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(With Effect From 01 Apr 13)


(As on date of
17 – 21 Years

Passed Intermediate / 10+2 / equivalent examination with Mathematics, Physics and English, with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English


Three years Diploma course in Engineering (Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics / Automobile / Computer Science / Instrumentation Technology / Information Technology) from a Government recognised Polytechnic Institure with minimum 50% marks in overall aggregate, and 50% marks in English in Diploma or in Intermediate / Matriculation if English is not a subject in Diploma



   The selection as an Airman in the IAF is conducted through All India Selection Tests and Recruitment Rallies. All India Selection Tests are conducted at the Airmen Selection Centres (ASCs) located all over India as per schedule, whereas the Recruitment Rallies are conducted from time to time in selected areas/regions of particular States/Union Territories of the country.
(a)      All India Selection Tests (STs) :     Advertisements are published in Employment News/Rozgar Samachar inviting the applications for All India Selection Tests (STs). In response to the advertisement, eligible male Indian Citizens (including the citizens of Nepal) are to forward application to the President, Central Airmen Selection Board, Post Box No. 11807, New Delhi 110 010. The Board sends admit cards to eligible and short-listed candidates to appear in the Selection Tests.

    (b)      Recruitment Rallies :     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..
Written Test(a)  Group ‘X’ (Technical) Trades    Candidates are tested in English, Physics and Mathematics. Duration of written test will be 60 minutes.(b)  Group ‘X’ (Education Instructor) Trades    There will be two papers  an Objective type and a Descriptive type. The Objective type of paper would cover General English, General Awareness and Current Affairs. The Descriptive type of paper would aim to test the language comprehension and power of expression. Both of the question papers will be administered in one go with duration of 40 and 35 minutes for Objective and Descriptive papers respectively.
Written Test will be objective type and question paper will be bilingual (English & Hindi), except for English paper. Written test will be based on CBSE up to class XII syllabus. Candidates are to qualify in each paper/test separately. Result of written test is declared on the same day.

Physical Fitness Test (PFT):      Candidates passing the written test are to undergo Physical Fitness Test (PFT). Passing the PFT is mandatory. The PFT for all trades [except IAF (Security)] consists of a 1.6 Km run to be completed within 8 minutes. The PFT for IAF (Security) trade includes a 2.4 Km run & 5 Km run to be completed in 15 minutes & 30 minutes respectively. Candidates above 27 years of age will be given relaxation in PFT timing as per existing norms (Applicable to serving NC (E) s only). Candidates completing PFT faster are awarded additional marks on a sliding scale.

Interview:  Candidates passsing PFT will be interviewed by a team of Officers & Warrant ranks. Interview is normally conducted in English.  Working knowledge of English is thus essential.

Trade Allocation Test (TAT) :  Candidates of Group ‘X’ (Technical) trades who qualify in interview are to undergo Trade Allocation Test for bifurcation into Mechanical and Electronics stream.  Specific trade allotment within these streams will be carried out at Basic Training Institute (BTI), Air Force (Belgaum).

Medical :  Candidates who have been recommended in the interview will be medically examined by the Recruitment Medical Team as per Indian Air Force Medical Standards.

All India Select List (AISL) :  Candidates who pass the Written Test, complete PFT within the given time, clear the interview and have undergone Medical Examination are arranged in the All India Select List (AISL). The inclusion of names of the candidates in the AISL depends upon the performance of the candidates in the Selection Test and number of vacancies to be filled. The candidates are enrolled in the Indian Air Force as per the existing vacancies.


PAY & ALLOWANCES.  During training a stipend of Rs. 8,550/-pm will be paid.  On completion of training, one is placed in the emoluments as under.   Promotion to next Pay Band is as per the policy in vogue. 

The Pay Scale of airmen of various ranks is given below:

Grade Pay

Pay Band � 1

Air Craftsman (AC)

Rs. 5200 – 20200

Rs. 2000/-

Leading Air Craftsman (LAC)

Rs. 5200 – 20200

Rs. 2000/-

Corporal (Cpl)

Rs. 5200 – 20200

Rs. 2400/-

Sergeant (Sgt)

Rs. 5200 – 20200

Rs. 2800/-


Pay Band � 2


Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)

Rs. 9300 – 34800

Rs. 4200/-

Warrant Officer (WO)

Rs. 9300 – 34800

Rs. 4600/-

Master Warrant Officer(MWO)

Rs. 9300 – 34800

Rs. 4800/-



Allowances.     In addition to the above, Military Service Pay (MSP) of Rs.2,000/- per month is paid to all airmen. Various other allowances like Dearness Allowance (calculated on Pay Band + Grade Pay + MSP), Transport Allowance, Composite Personal Maintenance Allowance, Fly/Para Jumping Instructor Allowance, Leave Ration Allowance, Family planning Allowance, High Altitude Allowance, Field Area/Modified Field Area Allowance etc are also admissible as applicable from time to time.  

Perquisites.        Perks such as Ration, Clothing, Medical facilities, Leave (60 days Annual and 30 days Casual in a Calendar year as a privilege), Accommodation, Educational concession to children, recreational facilities, free transport for school going children and Leave Travel Concession are also provided as per the existing rules. Post-retirement benefits include pension, gratuity and leave encashment. Notwithstanding the above, Group Insurance Cover of Rs. 25,00,000/- at a premium of Rs. 1,730/- per month, is covered for all airmen and facility of Group Housing Scheme is also extended. Other facilities by Air Force Wives Welfare Association are also extended for family of airmen.



I. Comprehension

A small passage followed by questions.

1. To judge comprehension

2. Drawing of inferences

3. Use of vocabulary

II Composition

1. Agreement of subject with verb

2. Pattern of verb and their use.

3. Sequence of tenses.

4. Transformation of sequences-Compound, Complex,

Simple, Negative,


III Grammar

1. Spellings

2. Word formation

3. Antonyms and Synonyms

4. One word substitution

5. Correct usage of articles

6. Correct usage of Prepositions

7. Correct usage of adjectives-degrees of comparis


8. Correct usage of conjunctions

9. Correct usage of Nouns and Pronouns

10. Correct usage of numbers (Singular-Plural)

11. Words, which are commonly getting confused

12. Word order

13. Correct usage of Adverbs

IV. Idioms and Phrases

1. Use of simple idioms

2. Use of Common proverbs

V. Direct / Indirect sentences : Narration change

1. Change of various types of sentences from direc

t to indirect form

2. Change of various types of sentences from indir

ect to direct form

VI. Active and Passive Voices

1. Change of all types of sentences from active to

passive form

2. Change of all types of sentences from passive t

o active form


1. Physical World & Measurement

2. Kinematics

3. Laws of Motion

4. Work, Energy & Power

5. Motion of System of particles & Rigid


6. Gravitation

7. Properties of Bulk Matter

8. Thermodynamics

9. Behaviour of Perfect Gas & Kinetic

Theory of gases

10. Oscillations & Waves

11. Electrostatics

12. Current Electricity

13. Magnetic effect of current &


14. Electromagnetic Induction and

Alternating current

15. Electromagnetic Waves

16. Optics

17. Dual Nature of Matter

18. Atoms and Nuclei

19. Electronic Devices

20. Communication Systems


1. Sets, Relations, functions

2. Trigonometric functions

3. Inverse Trigonometric functions

4. Complex Numbers

5. Quadratic Equations

6. Sequence & Series (AP & GP)

7. Permutation

8. Combination

9. Binomial Theorem

10. Coordinate geometry – Straight line

11. Coordinate geometry – Circles

12. Coordinate geometry – Parabola

13. Coordinate geometry – Ellipse

14. Coordinate geometry – Hyperbola

15. Exponential Series

16. Logarithmic Series

17. Matrices

18. Determinants

19. Limit & Continuity

20. Differentiation

21. Application of Differentiation

22. Indefinite Integrals

23. Definite Integrals

24. Application of Integration

25. Deferential Equations

26. Probability

27. Statistics



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