How to Become a Pilot in Indian Airforce

How to Become a Pilot in Indian Airforce

How to Become a Pilot in Indian Airforce

How to Become a Pilot in Indian Airforce Lot of chances are there After Inter and After graduation as possibleThere are four ways through which candidates can become an Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot. National Defence Academy (NDA), Combined Defence Services Exam (CDSE), NCC entry and Short Service Commission Entry (SSC) are the courses that are the only path to get into IAF as a Flying Officer.There are four ways through which candidates can become an Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot.We provide total selection process in this article.

AFCAT Full Selection Process:

The selection process of AFCAT examination is conducted by the Indian Air Force (IAF). Through this entry, one can join the Flying branch, technical branch, and Ground Duty branches, etc. The selection process will consist of all the round including the Exam score, Interview and Group Discussion. Who wants to try this job candidates must know the selection process Eligibility criteria Syllabus and Pattern total given in this article.

AFCAT Eligibility Qualification & Age:

Category Education Qualification Age limit
AFCAT i) Candidate must have a graduation degree in any discipline with 60% marks.

ii) Passed Intermediate/10+2/ Equivalent examination with Mathematics, Physics and English from an Education Board listed as COBSE member with minimum 50% marks.

19 Yrs – 24 Yrs

AFCAT Selection Process:

Who got the call up letter then candidate have computer based exam who qualified written exam Shortlisted candidates will be informed about their selection for AFSB interview After Interview can go for the Medical test and finally who qualified All Steps candidate Shortlist for Final Merit List to get job.

  1. Computer-Based Test
  2. AFSB Interview
  3. Medical tests

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NDA Selection Process:

NDA & NA Selection Process Full Details NDA Exam is conducted for recruiting candidates for Army, Navy and Air Force in NDA (National Defence Academy) and Naval Academy. The Selection Procedure for NDA is divided into 2 stages – Written Examination and Interview.In this article we will discuss complete details of  NDA exam which is conducted by the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) Exam Procedure, Eligibility Criteria and Age limit for NDA etc.

If you want to get NDA  job must phases three steps of process This is the only way by which you can become an Officer in the Indian Air force, Indian Navy or Indian Army After 12th.

  • Written Exam
  • SSB Interview
  • Medical Tests

Educational Qualification:

 NDA & NA Educational Qualification
 Army Wing of National Defence Academy 12th Class pass (Any Stream) conducted by a State Education Board or a University.
 Air Force and Naval Wings of National Defence 12th Class pass with Physics and Mathematics conducted by a State Education Board or a University.

Age Limit of NDA :

Age Limit                                                 Age(Years)
Minimum 16 years 6 months during the commencement of course
Maximum Age 19 years 6 months  during the commencement of course

Note: Only Men can apply to NDA

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 CDS Selection Process:

After your graduation in any discipline, one can write the Combined Defense service examination conducted by UPSC which is held twice a year. There is no percentage bar to apply CDSE. Men can enter through this mode of entry and will get a Permanent Commission. You need to be graduate and have Maths and Physics in 12th and be unmarried with age (20–24years) to apply.

NCC(National Cadet Corps):

 It is a special Entry for candidates having Air Wing Senior Division ‘C’ Certificate of National Cadet Corps (NCC) can directly join the Airforce.

Category Education Qualification Age limit
NCC Special Entry Graduate (3years) in any discipline from a recognised University with minimum 60% marks or equivalent or

BE/B Tech (Four Year Course) from a recognised University with minimum 60% marks or equivalent or

Cleared Section A & B examination of Associate Membership of Institute Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India from a recognised University with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent.

20 -24 years

Note: Both Men and Women can apply.

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