Join Indian Airforce- NDA, CDS, AFCAT, Airman Group X Y Selection Process, Eligibility, Exam Pattern

Join Indian Airforce
Join Indian Air Force

Dear Candidate, Did you ever think about flying?, Do you want to fly at the edge of the atmosphere of earth?, Do you want to operate a Fighter Jet?, Do you want to live Adventurous life?
Yes, these all may dream of some students and they can make their dreams come true by Join Indian Airforce.

Here, I am going to Describe, “Career in India Air Force and How to Join Indian Air Force”. I will try to describe all the possible entry process in the Air Force and its Relative vacancies with their Job responsibility, Eligibility Criteria, Benefits and Life of Air Force, Exam Process / Selection Procedure, Syllabus and Preparation Strategy. so Let get started


Join Indian Airforce: Selection Process

How to Join Indian Airforce: Some of the students having a dream of becoming a pilot, flying a jet plane and many more, here we are discussing all the entry process In Air Force for Different positions. Some of the Entries are processed through NDA, CDSE, AFCAT, CASB for tech and non-tech services. And some of the vacancies process through AFMS for Medical services. First of all, we have to know about the class of duties in Indian Airforce, IAF hires the candidates for the Flying branch, Tech Branch, and Ground Duty. All of the have different eligibility criteria and joining processes.

  • IAF Also Hires as Officers, Medical Officers, and Airman, and some of Adventures Activities are also organized by Indian Air Force listed as Follows-
  • Aero Sports- Sky Diving, Sky Sailing, Para Gliding, Power hand gliding, Para-motor Flying, etc.
  • If you want to be a part of the Air Force you can go through UPSC or non-UPSC for Various Positions.

Indian Airforce: Classification of Posts/Services

How many Posts and Duty are in Indian Airforce: Service/Duty in the Air Force mainly classified as below.

Join Indian Airforce: Duty/Posts/Service

ServiceRespective Exams
Flying BranchAs a graduate, you can join the flying branch
of Air Force by Clear the AFCAT and CDSE,
but this Position only for Man candidates.
NCC Special Entry processed under
AFCAT for Flying Branch.
Ground Duty
(Tech)
As an engineering graduate, you can join
Tech Ground Duty of Airforce by Clearing
the AFCAT Exam.
Ground Duty
(Non-tech)
As a Graduate, you can join non-tech positions after clearing the AFCAT exam,
Positions are- Administration Branch, Account, Logistic, Education, and Meteorology.
UPSC
Commissioned
Officer
Entry
UPSC Conduct NDA and CDS exam for Selection of the eligible candidate in Indian Defence Forces- Army, Navy and Airforce.
AirmanCASB – Central Airman Selection board is the Supporting body of Indian Airforce to Select the Male Candidates as AIRMAN
Medical ServicesAFMS– Armed force medical service is the part of the Ministry of Defence that helps Indian Defence forces.
Join Indian Airforce: Duty/Posts/Service

The Joining process in Indian Airforce can be Arrange according to UPSC and NON-UPSC entry as below-


Indian Airforce: UPSC & NON-UPSC Entry Scheme

Entry Process Name of Exams
UPSCNDA- National Defense Academy
CDSE- Common Defense Service Examination
Non-UPSCAFCAT- Air force Common admission test
CASB- Central Airman Selection Board
AFMS– Armed Force Medical Service
Join Indian Airforce: UPSC & NON-UPSC Entry Scheme

So let’s Discuss each in detail one by one-


Indian Airforce: UPSC Entry Schemes

Join Indian Airforce through UPSC: NDA and CDS are the entrance exams, which are conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for Officers in Airforce. Exams have different criteria of requirement and having different job profiles.

  • Through UPSC Candidates can join, Indian Air force, Indian Army and Indian Navy as Commissioned Officer.
  • The Airforce CDSE exam allows you to join Flying Brach as a Graduate. These exams conduct twice in a year. For further details, we have to discuss each one by one.

Join Indian Airforce: NDA (After 12th) Entry

How to Join Indian Airforce After 12th: NDA Conduct under the UPSC twice in a year in for Defense forces in Army, Air Force, and Navy.

  • Candidate should at least 10+2 or Intermediate passed from any state board having 60% in Physics, Chemistry, and Math each and physically fit in all aspects.
  • Should be Unmarried.
  • And having Age Between 16.5 to 19.5 years according to the first day of the month of registration.
  • They are Commissioned as Permanent Commission Officers and posted as officers at any of the Air Force Stations.

Indian Airforce: NDA Exam Fee

Generally, the examination fee is 100 rupee which can be submitted online by net banking, Master card, Debit Card, Credit Card, etc. and Offline in SBI by Cash, fee relaxation can be allowed to SC/ST and OBC Candidate.


Indian Airforce: NDA Exam Plan

  • The Exam conducted by UPSC Online in two parts.
  • The First is the MCQ Type test consists of Mathematic of 300 marks, General Ability Test of 600 marks, So the first part is of 900 marks.
  • Selected candidates go for the further process which SSB Test/ Interview of 900 Marks Separately.

Indian Airforce: NDA Exam pattern

Name of PaperSubjectMaximum
Marks
Paper-1 (Part. A)Mathematics Test300 marks
Paper-1 (Part. B)General Ability Test600 Marks
Paper- 2SSB Test/ Interview900 marks
Total1800 Marks
Join Indian Airforce: NDA Exam pattern

Indian Airforce: NDA Syllabus

There are two main Parts in the NDA exam in the Paper-1 Written exam asked Mathematics and General Ability Test. The syllabus is given as below-

Indian Airforce: NDA Exam- Paper 1

Indian Airforce NDA Exam Paper-1 is Written exam, All the Questions as MCQ Types and the Nature of Exam is Online,The syllabus is given as below

NDA Exam Paper-1: Part A. Mathematics

AlgebraMatricesTrigonometry
Analytical Geometry
(2D and 3D)
Calculus Differential
and Integral
Differential Equations
Vector AlgebraStaticsProbability
NDA Exam Paper-1: Part A. Mathematics

NDA Exam Paper-1: Part B. General Ability test

1. English2. General Knowledge3. Physics
4. Chemistry5. General Science6. History Modern
7. Geography8. Current Event__ __
Syllabus – Part B. General Ability test

Part B covering the subjects having weightage 25%, 15%, 10%, 20%, 20% and 10% Respectively.


NDA Exam Paper-2: SSB test/Interview

  • SSB is an intelligence test procedure Consist of two Stages. Only those candidates can appear Stage 2 Who clear Stage 1.
  • Stage 1- it comprises the Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) test and Picture Perception and Description Test (PP&DT), Officers selected on the basis of these two Tests’ ration or Score.
  • Stage 2– It comprises Interview, Group Testing, Officer Task, Psychology test, and Conference on the 4th day of SSB.

Join Indian Airforce: CDSE (After Graduation) Entry

How to become a pilot in Indian Airforce: CDSE conducts twice in a year under UPSC and hires graduates and Final year Students of Graduate can also apply for CDSE. Selected candidates can join Indian Airforce, Navy, and Army permanently under PC (Permanent Commission).

  • After selection candidates will train for their Respected Positions.
  • CDSE has its own Minimum Educational, Physical Requirements, and also having Age limitations. Requirement Process notification can get through Newspaper and Authorize Website.

Indian Airforce: CDSE Eligibility

What is Age Criteria for CDS Exam: Candidates should have complete the minimum Requirement criteria, which is-

  • Age must between in 20 to 24 years for flying branch, Must be Graduate from any recognized university
  • candidate must be an Unmarried man and Citizen of India.

Indian Airforce: CDSE Exam Fee

What is CDS Exam Fee: Generally, the examination fee is 200 rupee which can be submitted online by net banking, Master card, Debit Card, Credit Card, etc. and Offline in SBI by Cash, fee relaxation can be allowed to SC/ST and OBC Candidate.

Indian Airforce: CDS Exam Plan

What is CDS Exam pattern: The examination consist of Two Stages First is written test and Second is Interview for intelligence and personality test.

  • Subjects asked in Stage 1 tests are English, General Knowledge, and Elementary mathematics.
  • Each paper carrying 100 marks and a 2-hour Duration.
  • Stage-2 is SSB/interview for intelligence and personality test carrying 300 marks.
  • Stage one exams are Objective type in nature.

Indian Airforce: CDS Exam Pattern

Name of paperSubject NameMaximum
Marks
Duration
Stage-1
(Paper-1)
General English100 Marks2 Hours
Stage-1
(Paper-2)
General Knowledge100 Marks2 Hours
Stage-1
(Paper-2)
Elementary mathematics100 Marks2 Hours
Stage-2SSB/interview300 marks5 to 6 Days
Total__ __600 marks__ __
Indian Airforce: CDS Exam Pattern

Indian Airforce: CDS Exam Syllabus

What syllabus Asked in CDS Exam: Indian Airforce CDS Exam Part-1 is Written Exam Consist of English, GK, and Math. The Syllabus is Given is Below-

Indian Airforce CDS Exam: Part-1 Written Test Syllabus

SubjectSubject / Topics
English languageThe English language is asked to check the Candidate’s English Knowledge
General KnowledgeCurrent Events, History, Geography, and General Science.
Elementary mathematicsAlgebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Mensuration, Statics.
Indian Airforce CDS Exam: Part-1 Written Test Syllabus

Indian Airforce CDS Exam: Part-2: SSB test/Interview

  • SSB is an intelligence test procedure Consist of two Stages. Only those candidates can appear Stage 2 Who clear Stage 1.
  • Stage 1- it comprises the Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) test and Picture Perception and Description Test (PP&DT), Officers selected on the basis of these two Tests’ ration or Score.
  • Stage 2– It comprises Interview, Group Testing, Officer Task, Psychology test, and Conference on the 4th day of SSB.

Indian Airforce: Non-UPSC Entry Schemes

Most of the Ground duty, Flying branch duty, Airman, and Medical Branch requirements are processed through NON-UPSC entry schemes. Indian Airforce has its own hiring platform known as-

  • AFCAT- Air force Common admission test
  • CASB- Central Air force Selection Board.
  • AFMSArmed Force Medical Service,

So now we discuss all in detail-

Join Indian Airforce: AFCAT Exam

AFCAT exam conducted by the Indian Airforce twice in a year to Hired the candidates in Flying Branch, Ground Duty (Tech), and Non-Tech. Candidates appointed after selection as Permanent and as Short service.
AFCAT has two Stages of exam first is Two Written tests (MCQ) type (Pre and mains). And second is SSB which is compulsory to all Branches, SSB is of 5-day Intelligence and Personality tests the same as Nave and Army. Now we have to know all service posts of Air Force, which processed by AFCAT Exam as below-

  • Flying branch – Fighter, transporter, and helicopters.
  • Technical branch– Mechanical, Electronics, Computer science, Aeronautics etc..
  • Ground duty- Administrator, Accounts, logistics, education, meteorologist.

Indian Airforce: AFCAT Eligibility

The Air Force has Different Eligibility Criteria for different duty as below-

Indian Airforce AFCAT: Flying Branch Eligibility

  • The Candidate Must be a Science Graduate / B.tech/BE from any university or Equivalent.
  • Candidate must have 60% In PCM.
  • A course of the flying pilot having a good score make you Eligible (Optional)
  • Candidate must have Age between 18 to 25 and physically fit.
  • Candidate must have good Eyesight
  • All the details can be get through a notification in Newspaper and Authorized Website Click Here.

Indian Airforce AFCAT: Ground Duty (Tech) Staff Eligibility

  • Candidate must be a Pass out Engineer or Under Engineering in Final Year
  • Candidate have not any backlog and minimum 60% in its CGPA
  • Candidate must have Age between 20 to 26 years.
  • Basically Vacancies come for Aeronautical Engineering, And Mechanical, Electronics vacancies have also come when required.
  • All the details can be get through a notification in Newspaper and Authorized Website Click Here.

Indian Airforce AFCAT: Ground Duty (Non-Tech) Staff Eligibility

There are some posts are under in Ground duty that help the Flying branch and Technical branches, responsible for different operation and execution. the Posts are as below-

Ground Duty (Non-Tech) StaffEducational Qualification
1. Administration Branch:-
Candidate can join under the Permanent Commission for man and Short service commission for man and woman both. It a branch of Controller department jobs and having Different Required Criteria.
Air traffic Controller- Having the responsibility to Interact with Flying Pilots to manage the Air Space
Fighter Controller- Having the responsibility to interact with Fighter Pilots and data that comes from Radar to navigate and Control.
1. Graduate Degree (Minimum three-year degree course) in any discipline from a recognized university with 60% marks.



2. Or equivalent or cleared section A & B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India from a recognized university with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent.


2. Account Branch:-
Candidate can join the Under Permanent Commission for man, and Short service commission for man and woman both, having job responsibility of Managing funds and Audit with External Bodies.
1. Candidate should have a minimum of 60% in B.com or Equivalent.




3. Logistic Branch:-
Candidates can join under Logistic department through AFCAT, having a responsibility to manage the Inventories, material essential for Airforce. Man and women both can join as Permanent and Short Service.



1. Graduate Degree (Minimum three year degree course) in any discipline from a recognised university with 60% marks

2. Or equivalent or cleared section A & B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India from a recognised university with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent.
4. Education Branch:-
Candidate can join Education Department of Airforce, responsible for to teach in Airforce Schools
1. Candidates can join under education branch have at least graduation with 50% in 12th and 60% in Graduation.
Meteorology Branch:-
Candidates can join under Meteorology department through AFCAT, having a responsibility to  focuses on weather processes and forecasting.







1. Post Graduation Degree in any science stream/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Geography/ Computer Applications/ Environmental Science/ Applied Physics/ Oceanography/ Agricultural Meteorology/ Ecology & Environment /Geo-physics / Environmental Biology.

2. All candidates should have scored a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in all papers of Post-Graduation put together (provided Maths & Physics were studied at Graduation level with a minimum of 55% marks in both).
Common Eligibility for allCandidate must be an Indian Citizen
Candidate must be Graduate in Technology /Engineering for Flying and Ground duty Tech branch
Candidate must be Graduate for Logistic, B.Com. for Account, and MSc. For Meteorology
Age between 20 to 24 and must be a male candidate for flying branch, 20 to 26 for Ground duty-tech and Non-tech
Candidate physically fit in all aspects.
Indian Airforce AFCAT: Ground Duty (Non-Tech) Staff Eligibility

Indian Airforce AFCAT: Selection Process

  • After the written exam, selected candidates will be deputed to the next stage, that is SSB Round.
  • SSB consists of further two stages, Stage 1- it comprises Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) test and Picture Perception and Description Test (PP&DT).
  • Candidates selected on the basis of these two Tests’ ration or Score.
  • SSB: Stage-2 comprises Interview, Group Testing, Officer Task, Psychology test, and Conference.
  • After the SSB round, only selected Candidates of Flying Branch will be Trained Air force Academy, and others will be trained at the Air force Training Establishment.
  • After the completion of Training, selected Candidates will be appointed as officers in their respective positions.

Join Indian Airforce: Airman Group X,Y (CASB)

How to become Airman in Airforce: CASB- Central Airman Selection board is the Supporting body of Indian Airforce to Select the Male Candidates as AIRMAN. It is under command of Air Commander who is designated as President of CASB. The vacancies are processed by CASB in Two ways (STAR and RALLIES). Both the way has equal Educational and Age Eligibility Criteria. But the difference is that RALLIES are held at Remote Places at the ground position, and STAR Hiring is processed through the Conventional Exam process.

Notification of STAR and RALLIES both are released in Newspaper and Authorize website. Candidates who want to join Airforce as AIRMAN can apply through STAR Vacancy or Rallies both are the same in Ranks.

Indian Airforce Airman: CASB Selection Center

How many Airman Selection centers: These are 14 selection center known as Airman Selection center of CASB in All India listed as below.

  1. Airman Selection Center, (Ambala cantt, Hariyana)
  2. Airman Selection Center, (New Delhi)
  3. Airman Selection Center, (Kanpur, UP)
  4. Airman Selection Center, (Paragnas, West bangal)
  5. Airman Selection Center, (Jodhpur Rajasthan)
  6. Airman Selection Center, (Green Mumbai, Maharashtra)
  7. Airman Selection Center, (Bangalore, Karnataka)
  8. Airman Selection Center, (Chennai, Tamil nadu)
  9. Airman Selection Center, (Bhubaneswar, Odisha)
  10. Airman Selection Center, (Patna, Bihar)
  11. Airman Selection Center, (Assam, Guwahati)
  12. Airman Selection Center, (Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh)
  13. Airman Selection Center, (Kochi, Kerala)
  14. Airman Selection Center, (Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh)

These centers, cover all the India as Geographically and Culturally both. The Airforce Hiring process of AIRMAN is processed through a Single Selection body for all centers. So if any of the Candidate is eligible to Apply can join as AIRMAN from Any State of India.

Indian Airforce Airman: Group X and Y Trades/Positions

What trades are available in Airman Group X and Y: The under the Airman through STAR and Rallies can be classified as follows

Group XGroup XGroup YGroup Y
TechnicalNon-TechnicalTechnicalNon-Technical
Automobile FitterEducation Instructor
Only
CommunicationAdmin-Assistant
Electronics Fitter__ __ __ __Automobile
As Technician
Asset-Assistant
Mechanical System Fitter__ __ __ ____ __ __ __Medical-Assistant
Propulsion Fitter__ __ __ ____ __ __ __Logistic-Assistant
Smith Fitter__ __ __ ____ __ __ __ESSA
Mechanical
Fitter
__ __ __ ____ __ __ __Ops Assistant
Weapon Fitter__ __ __ __Meteorological
Assistant
__ __ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ __ __Airforce-Police
__ __ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ __ __Airforce-Security
__ __ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ __ __Musician
Indian Airforce Airman: Group X and Y Trades/Positions

All the vacancies required different Eligibility and Age Criteria. as an AIRMAN you can join Airforce and after this can be promoted up to Master Warrant Officer (MWO), so must read Career progression in Airforce as AIRMAN

Indian Airforce Airman: Career Progression

  • The initial period of engagement in the IAF is 20 years, which can be extended up to the age of 57 years.
  • Promotion prospects up to the rank of Master Warrant Officer exist to the deserving airmen.
  • Opportunities to become a Commissioned Officer also exist for those airmen who qualify the prescribed examination, later in their service career.
  • Airmen of the rank of Sergeant & above with 10 years of minimum service and within the age limit of 34 to 42 years get the opportunity to become a Commissioned Officer in the IAF.

Indian Airforce Airman: Group X and Y Eligibility Criteria

What is the Eligibility for Airman Group X and Y: Eligibility may differ for all the trades let’s Know One by one.

Airman Group X and YEligibility Criteria
Group ‘X’ Trade (Technical)1. Candidate must be a Male Candidate.
2. Candidate must be an Indian Citizen
3. Age – 17 to 21 Years
4. 12th pass with 50% in Physic, Chemistry, and Maths each, and also in aggregate.
5. 3 Year Engineering Diploma is Compulsory in any of Stream belongs to Mechanical and Electronic, electrical, and if English is not a Subject in Engineering, Must have 50% Marks in English.
Group ‘X’ Trade (Non-Tech- Education Instructor)1. Candidate must be a Male Candidate.
2. Candidate must be an Indian Citizen
3. Age – 20 to 25 Years
4. BA with English as one of the subjects or B.Sc. with Physics/ Psychology/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ IT / Computer Science/ Statistics as one of the subjects or BCA with a minimum of 50% marks.
5. B.Ed. degree with a minimum of 50% marks from a Government recognized institute
6. Graduation and B.Ed. programs should be recognized by UGC/ NCTE/ Competent accreditation authority
_______________________________________________________
And for other Subjects

1. Age- 20 to 28 Year
2. MA in English/ Psychology or M.Sc. in Mathematics/ Physics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ IT or MCA with 50% marks
3. B.Ed. degree with a minimum of 50% marks from a government recognized institute.
4. Graduation, Post-Graduation, and B.Ed. programs should be recognized by UGC/ NCTE/ Competent accreditation authority.
Group ‘Y’ Trade (Technical)1. Candidate must be a Male Candidate.
2. Candidate must be an Indian Citizen
3. Age – 17 to 21 Years
4. 12th pass with 50% in Physic, Chemistry, and Maths each, and also in aggregate.
5. 3 Year Engineering Diploma is Compulsory in any of Stream belongs to Mechanical and Electronic, electrical, and if English is not a Subject in Engineering, Must have 50% Marks in English.
Group ‘Y’ Trade (Non-Tech- Assistant)1. Candidate must be a Male Candidate.
2. Candidate must be an Indian Citizen
3. Age – 17 to 21 Years
4. Candidate should have passed 12th from an Institute listed in Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE) website as members, in any subjects with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English as per the mark sheet of Class 12th Intermediate or Equivalent exam.
Group ‘Y’ Trade (Non-Tech-Medical Assistant)1. Candidate must be a Male Candidate.
2. Candidate must be an Indian Citizen
3. Age – 17 to 25 Years
4. Candidate should have 12th passed or equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate, and 50% marks in English.
Group ‘Y’ Trade (Non-Tech-Musician)1. Candidate must be a Male Candidate.
2. Candidate must be an Indian Citizen
3. Age – 17 to 21 Years
4. Candidate Should 12th, 10th Passed or equivalent with minimum pass marks from any Government recognised School, Boards and should be proficient in playing at least one of the following musical instruments: Trumpet/ Bass / Violin / Saxophone / Clarinet / Euphonium / Jazz-Drum / Piccolo / Bass Trombone / Key Board / Guitar / Sarod / Viola / Cello / Contra Bass (String Bass) etc..
Indian Airforce Airman: Group X and Y Eligibility Criteria

These are all the Important Eligibility for Airman. It can be changed by CASB so please read full notification before apply. now move on the Plan of the Exam


Indian Airforce Airman: Exam Plan

All the candidates who are applying for Group ‘X’, Group ‘Y’, and both will face different Exam syllabus that will be discussed later. But the sequence of the exam and selection process is the same for all the trade. The examination will conduct in two phases.

Indian Airforce Airman Exam Plan: Phase-1

  • It is a written exam based on the Applying Group and Trades.
  • The candidate attends the exam at the examination center, which allotted by CASB.
  • All the questions are MCQ types and the nature of the exam will be Online on Computer.
  • All questions are bilingual (Hindi and English).
  • Every candidate has to Carry their ID proof, at least one Photo, blue ball pen, and admit card.
  • Only selected candidate will be allowed to attandt the Phase-2 exam.

Indian Airforce Airman Exam Plan: Phase-2

  • All the Selected candidates of phase-1 already selected to phase-2.
  • Phase-2 will be conducted at Airman Selection Centre, which chosen by you when you register for the application.
  • Candidate should have appeared at the center with their Respective Original Documents which are mentioned in Application for justifying your Qualification.
  • Candidate should have carry color copy of the admit card.
  • Candidate should carry HB Pencil, Eraser, Ball pen, Glue stick.
  • Candidate should have to carry ten un-attest copies of your Document missioned in your Application form by you, and 4 self-attest copy of Matriculation Certificate with Signature of Mother/ father/ and yours’.

Note- for Rallies All the Examination Procedure is the same but it organized at Remote place, all the Examination Process held at Rally Place. Phase 1 and phase two Maybe held on the same day or Differ, Depends on the CASB.


Indian Airforce Airman Exam Plan: Physical and Medical Test

  • Candidate should be Fit an all Aspect
  • Height – should be varied according to trade in between 162 to 170 cm
  • Weight- Weight should be Proportionate to Height and Age.
  • Chest range Expansion is 5 Cm
  • Should have the normal Hearing capability
  • Should have health Gum and tooth with 14 Dental points.
  • A permanent tattoo is not allowed please read full notification.

Indian Airforce Airman Exam: Syllabus

What Syllabus Asked in Airman Group X and Y Exam: There are mainly four subjects asked in Groups, ‘X’,’Y’ in all the trades. Which may common to each other, but for the technical position, some question has come from their respective engineering Branch. these four common subjects and their topics that are asked in exams are as below-

Indian Airforce Airman Exam: English Syllabus

Reading ComprehensionError Detection (Grammar rule)Vocabulary
(Antonyms, Synonyms,
One word Substitution,
Spelling pitfalls, Idiom and Phases, Confusing Words)
NarrationActive passivePara jumble
Indian Airforce Airman: English Syllabus

Indian Airforce Airman Exam: Mathematics Syllabus

Algebraic FunctionsTrigonometryComplex Number
Quadratic EquationsLinear inequalitiesMathematical Induction
Permutation & CombinationsBinomial TheoremSequence and Series
Cartesian system of Rectangular co-ordinatesStraight lines and family of CircleConic Section
3D- GeometryMatrices and DeterminantsLimit and Continuity
DifferentiationIntegrationMaths Reasoning
Linear programmingVectorProbability and Statics
Indian Airforce Airman Exam: Mathematics Syllabus

Indian Airforce Airman Exam: Physics Syllabus

MeasurementWorkKinetics
Motion system of
Particles and rigid body
GravitationProperties of Bulk Matter
ThermodynamicsBehavior of Gases and Kinetic theory of gasesOscillation and waves
ElectrostaticsCurrent ElectricityMagnetic Effects
ElectromagnetOpticsDual nature of Matter and Radiation
Electronic deviceCommunication SystemsEnergy and power
Indian Airforce Airman Exam: Physics Syllabus

Indian Airforce Airman Exam: Reasoning Aptitude and General Awareness

it Consists of Reasoning, Numeric Aptitude, General knowledge, and Current Affairs

All the syllabus based on CBSE board. For more information please check the website Click Here


Join Indian Airforce: Medical Service (AFMS)

How to become an Airforce Doctor: Armed force medical service (AFMS) is the part of the Ministry of Defence that helps Indian Defence forces. Directorate General of Armed forces medical service Advised to Higher Authorities of Medical staff in the armed force.

  • Medical services of the Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, and the Indian Army into the Armed Forces Medical Service and placed the services under the Director General Armed Forces Medical Services with the rank of Lt Gen / Vice Admiral / Air Marshal.

    These all are postings are process through AFMC. As a doctor in the Air Force, you will have an opportunity to learn and practice military medicine and look after the health of the men in uniform and their families both during peace and war.
  • The Service also offers opportunities to avail study leave at Government expense for super-specialist courses at reputed civilian institutions in India and abroad.
  • There is a wide range of qualification but must have MBBS in any Discipline.

Join Indian Airforce: Medical Collage (AFMC)

  • Most of the post-graduate courses are conducted at Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune, and in various other teaching hospitals of the Armed Forces.
  • The candidate, who will appear and qualify for the NEET exam, can join AFMC for MBBS, Nursing, Post-graduate, Super specialty, PG diploma, and Para-medical.
  • Those candidates will complete their respective course and will be appointed in their Respective Position

For more information check on the Website of AMFC- Click Here

Indian Airforce Medical Service: Eligibility criteria

BRANCHAGEEDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION
Permanent Commission













45 years













1. Applicants must possess a medical qualification of an Indian University or a foreign medical qualification recognized by the Medical Council of India. They must also be registered with any of the state councils or equivalent registering authority

2. Incentives An antedate of 3 years seniority for post-graduates and 2 years for post-graduate diploma recognized by MCI and 6 months for a house job, done at a recognized hospital to fresh entrants.

3. A doctor who has done a house job and also a post-graduate qualification will be eligible for a maximum antedate seniority of 42 months.    
AFMS Cadet (MBBS) after AMC




17 to 22 year   24 Year


1. 10+2 with PCB securing not less than 60% of aggregate marks together and not less than 50% in any of these subjects.

2. B.Sc. Selection is held once a year through a written exam on an all India basis followed by an Interview at Pune. Advertisement published in the National / Regional newspaper in Jan every year.  
Army Dental Corp (PC)






28 year (BDS)   30 year (MDS)



1. BDS with minimum 60% marks in final year/ MDS from a recognized Dental College of University.

2. Should have completed one year rotatory internship recognized by the Dental Council of India (DCI).

3. Should be in possession of Permanent Dental Registration Certificate.  
Indian Airforce Medical Service: Eligibility criteria

If you want to join as a medical officer i Indian Air Force, you can go for any one of them listed above


How to Apply for India Airforce

  1. If you want to apply for UPSC NDA & CDS Exam you can apply from Authorize website of UPSC Click Here, and Regular check the Notifications.
  2. If you want to AFCAT Exam, you can apply from Authorize website of Air Force Click Here, and Regular check the Notifications.
  3. If you want to CASB Exam for Airman, you can apply from Authorize website of CASB Click Here, and Regular check the Notifications.
  4. If you want to AFMC for Medical officer you can apply from Authorize website of AFMC Click Here, and Regular check the Notifications.

Please read complete notification before apply and go through the instruction giving on the website. always fill your right and authentic information.


Author’s View

Dear Candidate, the service of the Indian Airforce is a wonderful opportunity for who, those who want to change its Destiny. it is a life-changing opportunity. you will able to fly in the edge of the sky, you will able to learn Airforce Warfare technology, you will able to earn a handsome salary and other perks. it is proud to be a part of Indian Airforce.

So this is All About the Indian Air Force and its ways of selection in different departments. I hope this information is useful to you, the Air Force is a wonderful career option, if you are eligible for one of them must apply, keep studying, do hard work and focus on your goal. if you have any doubt please write me in the comments below. I will reply as soon as possible. I will come back with a new educational article, thank you for your time

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Question)

What Examination are available to join Indian Air Force

To join as a Commissioned Officer-
UPSC NDA- After 12th
UPSC CDS exam – After Graduation

To join as Flying duty, Ground duty (Tech), ground Duty (Non-tech )-
AFCAT Exam

To join as an Airman
CASB Group ‘x’ & Group ‘Y’ exams

To join as Medical officer
Join AFMC for Medical Course
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What services posts are available in Indian Air Force

You can join Indian Air Force as

Commissioned Office
Pilot (Fling duty)
Ground Duty (Tech engineer / Technician)
Ground Duty (Non-tech)
Airman Group X and Group Y
Medical officer
Etc..

How to Join Indian Air Force After 12th

You can Join Indian Air Force After 12th Through NDA , Airman Group X and Group Y exam

How to Join Indian Air Force After
Graduation

You can join Indian Air Force after graduation through AFCAT exam
CABS Airman Exam
CDS Exam

What is AFCAT exam?

AFCAT is Common Admission test to join in Indian Air Force.

What is AFCAT Eligibility criteria

Graduate candidate
Age- 20 – 26 years
Indian

What is AFCAT Exam Process

AFCAT consist of two stages
1. Written Exam MCQ Type CBT
2. SSB Test

What is CASB Exam ?

CASB is Central Airman Selection Board is selection body, to select the AIRMAN in Air Force

How to join as Airman in Air Force

You can Join As Airman in Air Force through CASB Group X and Group Y Exam

What is Group ‘X’ exam in Air Force

CASB conducted Group X Exam for Airman (Tech and Non-tech both)

What is Group ‘Y’ exam in Air Force

CASB conducted Group Y Exam for Airman (Tech an Non-tech both)

What is Minimum Qualification for Airman in Air Force.

some common are-
Must be Indian
Age- 17 to 28 (Depending on the Position)
12th pass, Graduate, Post-graduates in respective discipline
etc.
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How to join Medical Officer in Air Force

NEET qualify candidate having good marks can join AMFC (Armed force medical collage) to various Coures.
after the completion of course , you will able to join as Medical officer in Air force

What is the eligibility for NDA Exam ?

Basic Eligibility is 12th pass from any recognized Board
Age in between 16.5 to 19.5 year
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What is the eligibility for CDS EXAM

CDS exam consists of two exam
the first exam carry three papers of English, aptitude, and GS of 100 marks each and other is SSB Exam
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What is Exam pattern of NDA

NDA Exam Consist of two exams
first is written MCQ type exam
second is SSB exam view more

What is Exam pattern of Airman

Airman exam consists of two exams both are written exam, the first exam is MCQ type and other is MCQ and Essay type view more details

What is exam pattern of AFCAT

AFCAT consists of two main exams,
Written MCQ type and SSB
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What is Syllabus of Airman

Airman exam asked Math, physics, Chemistry, English, general awareness, and English.
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What are the trades in Airman Group X and Group Y

Airman trade-in Tech and Non-tech as- Technician
fitter, education officer, musician, view more

Who conduct the NDA exam

UPSC conducted NDA exam twice in a year

Who conduct CDS exam

UPSC conducted CDS exam twice in a year

What eligibility for CDS exam

Unmarried male
Age 20 to 24 year
citizen of India
must be graduate from any recognized university

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