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INDIAN AIR FORCE AIRMEN SELECTION PROCEDURE
1. The Recruitment Test is not for selection as Officers/Pilots/Navigators.
2. Candidates should be prepared to stay for the test for two-three days under own arrangements. No TA/DA will be admissible.
3. Selection in the Indian Air Force is absolutely free and fair. No money is required to be paid at any stage for selection. Do not be misled/misguided by any one.
The Selection as an Airman in the IAF is conducted through Scheduled Tests / Recruitment Rallies. Scheduled Tests are conducted at Airmen Selection Centres (ASCs) by inviting applications from eligible candidates from all over India whereas Recruitment Rallies are conducted at specified locations explicitly for selected district of States/UTs/Districts as mentioned in advertisement released from time to time.
Scheduled Tests (STs):
Advertisements are published in Employment News/ Rozgar Samachar inviting the application for Scheduled Testing. Eligible unmarried male Indian Citizens (including the citizens of Nepal) are to register their names in the Indian Air Force website www.airmenselection.gov.in and log in with their registered email id for filling up of online applications. Further, the printout of the online applications along with other testimonials are for be forwarded to the President. Central Airmen Selection Board, Post Box No. 11807, New Delhi – 110010. The Board sends admit cards to eligible and short listed candidates to appear in the Scheduled Tests.
Advertisements for Rallies are published with the details of eligibility conditions, selection programme and rally venue in popular local/regional newspapers circulated in the region/area of the rally. For rally recruitment, eligible candidates are to report to the rally venue with the requisite documents. These documents will be scrutinized and verified by the Testing team.
Verification of Eligibility:
Educational Certificates / Mark Sheets and other required documents (NCC A, B or C Certificate/Son of Air Force Personnel Certificate (SOAFP) etc.) will be scrutinised and verified at the examination venue prior to commencement of Written Test to ascertain the prima-facia eligibility. Detailed verification of said documents will be carried out later on in respect of candidates who pass Written Test, Adaptability Tests and PFT. Candidature of those who do not meet the laid down educational criteria is liable to be rejected anytime even after qualifying in Written Test, AT-I, PFT and AT-II on detailed verification of original documents.
Written test will be of objective type and question paper will be bilingual (English and Hindi) except for English paper. Written Test will be based on CBSE class X / XII syllabus as per Education Qualification criteria (except for Group X (Education Instructor) trade). Candidates will have to pass each paper/subject separately.
(a) Group X (Technical) & Group Y (Non-Technical) – Duration of the written test for Group X (Technical) is 60 minutes and comprises of Physics, Mathematics and English. For Group Y (Non-Technical) the duration is 45 minutes for English and RAGA (Reasoning & General Awareness). For Group X & Y combined testing duration would be of 85 minutes comprising of Physics, Mathematics, English and RAGA.
(b) Group Y (IAF/S) – For Group Y (IAF/S) trades written test would be the same as for Group Y (Non-Technical). However the same would be conducted for candidates who are qualified in PFT for Group Y (IAF/S) trades.
(c) Group Y (Musician) – For Group Y (Musician) trades written test for English with a duration of 30 minutes would be conducted for those candidates who have successfully qualified in the proficiency test to play the musical instrument applied for.
(d) Group X (Education Instructor) – There will be two papers viz., Objective type and a Descriptive type. The Objective type paper would cover General English, General Awareness and Current Affairs. The Descriptive paper would aim to test the language comprehension and power of expression. Both the question papers will be administered in one go with duration 30 and 45 min respectively.
Result of Written Test is declared on the same day.
Adaptability Test – I (AT-I):
AT-I will be administered to all candidates who pass the written test. The purpose is to assess suitability of a candidate for employment in the IAF which involves deployment in varied geographic terrain, weather and operational conditions.
Physical Fitness Test (PFT):
All candidates who pass the AT-I (except for Group Y (IAF/S) are to undergo PFT consists of a 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes and 30 seconds.
With effect from 01 Jan 2017, the time for completion of 1.6 Km run for Scheduled Tests and Rallies will be 7 minutes.
Candidates who qualify in 1.6 Kms run will be tested for 10 Push-ups, 10 Sit-ups and 20 squats to be completed within stipulated time to qualify in the PFT.
The PFT for Group Y IAF (Security) trade consists of 1.6 Km Run to be completed in 5 minutes and 40 seconds. Candidates who qualify in 1.6 Kms run will be tested for 08 Chin ups, 20 Push-ups and 20 Bent knee sit-ups to be completed within stipulated time to qualify in the PFT.
Relaxation in PFT timings
Candidates above 27 years of age will be given relaxation in PFT timing as per existing norms (applicable for Edn Inst and serving NCs (E) only). While conducting PFT (1.6 Km run) in high altitude areas, relaxation to timings are given as per the details mentioned below: –
Upto 5000 feet – Nil
5001 to 9000 feet – 30 seconds
9001 to 12000 feet – 120 seconds
Adaptability Test – II:
All candidates who pass PFT will have to undergo AT-II as per the policy in vogue. The aim of the test is to select candidate who can adapt to the environment of the IAF and are able to adjust to the military way of life.
Candidates who qualify AT-II will be medically examined. Medical examination will be conducted by Air Force Medical Team as per IAF medical standards and existing policy in vogue. Medical Examination would also include Baseline Investigation of: –
(a) Hb, TLC, DLC
(b) Blood Sugar Fasting/PP
(c) Urea, Uric Acid and Creatinine
(d) Serum bilirubin, SGOT, SGPT
(e) Serum Cholesterol
(f) X-Ray chest PA view (Plain)
(g) ECG (R)
Candidates declared Medically Unfit can avail the option for Appeal Medical Board (AMB) against their Unfitness by depositing Rs. 40/- in a Government Treasury/RBI/SBI through Military Receivable Order (MRO). The application for AMB along with original copy of MRO, photocopy of Unfitness Certificate and Postal Stamp worth Rs. 25/- affixed on a self-addressed envelope are to be submitted at MBC (Medical Board Centre) within three working days from the date of issue of Medical Unfitness Certificate.
Publishing of AISL:
All India Select List (AISL) is published twice a year separately for Scheduled Tests and Recruitment Rallies. AISL for selection tests during the period from January to June will be published on 31 October same year and for the period from July to December will be published on 30 April next year. The same will be displayed at Airmen Selection Centres, IAF website www.airmenselection.gov.in and District Magistrates Office (for Recruitment Rallies only). Inclusion of name of candidates in the AISL depends upon performance and it does not guarantee automatic enrolment. Enrolment is strictly in order of merit in the AISL and subject to medical fitness, availability of vacancies, not exceeding the age as mentioned in the advertisement on date of enrolment and meeting other laid down eligibility criteria as and when called for enrolment. The validity of AISL will be 12 months from the date of display.
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