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SBP INSTITUTE we provide regular classroom program which based on such teaching methodology that boost confidence of students & creates the ability of solving even tough question in minimum span of time. Along with study material we conduct regular test & quiz session for continuous development of students. Every success depends upon a good planning. So when a student decides to join an institution for the preparation of competitive exams, he needs to find a such institution which has a good planning. The Sbp Institute offers coaching for AIR FORCE (Air Force Common Admission Test) written examinations. The faculty at Sbp Institute is highly qualified and vastly experienced in successfully coaching students for AIR FORCE examinations.

Working in the Indian Air Force makes you strong enough and teaches you not to substitute words for actions, not to seek the path of comfort, but to face the stress and spur of difficulty and challenge, to learn to stand up in the storm. It gives you a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, vigour of the emotions, a predominance of courage and an appetite for adventure over the love of ease Face The challenge be the Air Warrior.

As an officer in the Technical Branch, you propel and manage your team to ensure that the Indian Air Force remains airworthy. You would be incharge of some of the most sophisticated equipment in the world by joining one of the sub branches based on your qualification.

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General Eligibility for Aeronautical Engineering Branch are (applicable for men and women):

Age – 18 to 28 years (at the time of commencement of course)

Nationality – Indian

Marital Status – Candidates below the age of 25 years should be unmarried

Indian Air Force Recruitment – Recruitment Rally Group – X & Y – Last Date 16 to 22 September 2014

Indian Air Force Recruitment – Recruitment Rally Group – X & Y – Last Date 16 September 2014

Indian Air Force offers opportunities for UNMARRIED MALE INDIAN CITIZENS from the designated Districts of State of Andhra Pradesh and UT of Yanam to become airmen. The Recruitment Test for Group ‘X’ (Technical) Trades and Group ’Y’ (For Medical Assistant only) Trades will be held at Shri T.G.Venkatesh Outdoor Stadium, Kurnool (Andhra Pradesh) from 16 September 2014 to 24 September 2014 as per the Selection Programme Ministry of Defence .

Job Location : Andhra Pradesh

Job Details :

Post Name : Recruitment Rally Group – X, Y

  • Pay Scale : Rs.11400/- (During training Period)

Eligibility Criteria :    

  • Educational Qualification : Group ‘X’ (Technical) Trades (i) Passed Intermediate / 10+2 / Equivalent Examination with Mathematics, Physics and English with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English OR (ii) Passed Three year Diploma Course in Engineering (Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics / Automobile / Computer Science / Instrumentation Technology / Information Technology) from a Government recognized Polytechnic Institute with 50% marks in overall aggregate, and 50% marks in English in Diploma Course or in Intermediate /Matriculation if English is not a subject in Diploma Course. Group ‘Y’ (For Medical Assistant only) Trade Passed Intermediate / 10+2 / Equivalent Examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English.

Nationality : Indian

Age Limit : Candidates should be born between 01 February 1995 to 30 June 1998 (both days inclusive). Upper age limit on date of enrolment is 21 years.

Selection Process : Written test will be objective type and question paper will be bilingual (English & Hindi) except for English Paper as per the details given below : –

  • Group ‘X’ (Technical) Trades :  English, Physics and Mathematics as per CBSE syllabus of AISSCE. Duration of Test: 60 minutes.
  • Group ‘Y’ (For Medical Assistant only) Trades :  English as per CBSE syllabus of AISSCE and Reasoning & General Awareness (RAGA). Duration of Test 45 minutes.

Physical Fitness Test (PFT) : All candidates who pass the written test are to undergo Physical Fitness Test (PFT) on the same or the next day. PFT consists of a 1.6 Km run to be completed within 8 minutes. Candidates will also have to complete 10 push-ups, 10 sit-ups and 20 squats within the stipulated time to qualify in the Physical Fitness Test.. Candidates are advised to bring their sports shoes and shorts.

How to Apply : Recruitment Test will be conducted from 7 AM onwards as per the details given below. Candidates (from respective Districts covered below) reporting up to 10 AM on 16, 18, 20 & 22 September 2014 at the Rally Venue will only be permitted to appear in the Recruitment Test.

Important Dates to Remember :

  • Last Date to Apply : 16/09/2014
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Indian Air Force Recruitment – Airmen Vacancy – Last Date 13 to 17 July 2014

Applications were invited through advertisement published For the post of Airmen in following, apply before 13/07/2014 to 17/07/2014

Job Location : All India

Job Details :

Post Name : Airmen

  • Pay Scale : Rs.20500/-

Eligibility Criteria :    

  • Educational Qualification : Passed Intermediate/10+2 / Equivalent Examination in any stream/subjects approved by Central/State Education Boards with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English OR Passed Two year Vocational Course affiliated/recognised by CBSE / State Education Boards / Councils duly recognised at par with 10+2 by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Vocational Course or in Intermediate/Matriculation if English is not a subject in Vocational Course
  • Nationality : Indian

How to Apply : Recruitment Test will be conducted from 7 AM onwards as per the details given below. Candidates (from respective Districts covered) reporting up to 10 AM on 13 July 2014 and 15 July 2014 at the Rally Venue will only be permitted to appear in the Recruitment Test.

Date

 Stream / Activities

 Districts To Be Covered

13 July 2014

Written Test and Physical Fitness Test
(PFT) for Group ‘Y’ {For Automobile
Technician, GTI and IAF(P)} Trades

Cachar, Cherang, Darrang, Jorhat, Karimganj, Kabri Anglong, Lakimpur, North Cachar H I L Ls , N A Ga On , S I B Sa Gar , Sonitpur, Golaghat, Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Dhemaji, Marigaon, Hailakandi Districts Of Assam And Mizoram

14 July 2014

Interview for candidates passing the
Written Test and PFT on 13 July 2014

15 July 2014

Written Test and Physical Fitness Test
(PFT) for Group ‘Y’ {For Automobile
Technician, GTI and IAF(P)} Trades

Barpeta, Baksa, Bongaigaon, Dhubri, Goalpara, Kamrup, Kamrup Metro, Kokrajhar, Nalbari, Udalguri Districts Of Assam, Tripura, Nagaland, A Ru N-A Ch Al Pr Ad Esh An D Meghalaya

16 July 2014

Interview for candidates passing the
Written Test and PFT on 15 July 2014

17 July 2014

Reserve Day

Important Dates to Remember:

  • Last Date to Apply : 13/07/2014 to 17/07/2014
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Physical Standards

Physical fitness is one of the most important prerequisites for joining the Air Force. Irrespective of the branch you are applying for, you must fulfil some basic physical standards. Listed below are some guidelines that identify the general physical requirements that are common for all candidates.

  • You must be in good physical and mental health and free from any disease/ disability, which is likely to interfere with efficient performance of duties. There should be no evidence of weak constitution or bodily defects.
  • The height and weight standards for men and women differ. Click to view the appropriate standards for each.
  • o             Men
  • o             Women
  • Your chest should be well developed. The minimum range of expansion after full inspiration should be 5 cm.
  • There should be no disease of bones and joints of the body.
  • You should be free of any past history of mental breakdown or fits.
  • Your hearing should be normal without any evidence of present or past disease of the ear, nose and throat.
  • There should be no sign of functional or organic disease of the heart and blood vessels. Your blood pressure should also be normal.
  • The muscles of the abdomen should be well developed without any enlargement of the liver or spleen. Any evidence of disease of internal organs of the abdomen can be a cause for rejection.
  • An un-operated hernia can make you unfit for selection. If operated, this should have been done at least six months prior to the present examination and healing should be complete without any potential for recurrence.
  • There should be no hydrocele, varicocele or piles. If operated for hydrocele and/or varicocele, this should have been done at least six months prior to the present examination and healing should be complete without any recurrence.
  • Urine examination will be done and any abnormality, if detected, can be a cause for rejection.
  • Any disease of the skin, which is likely to cause disability or disfigurement, will also be a cause for rejection.
  • Vision will be tested. You must have good binocular vision. In case you have undergone or are detected to have undergone Radial Keratotomy, or any other procedure to improve the visual acuity, you will be permanently rejected.
  • You should have sufficient number of natural and sound teeth. A minimum of 14 dental points will be acceptable. When 32 teeth are present, the total dental points are 22. You should not be suffering from severe pyorrhoea.
  • The following are conditions pertaining to women that will entail rejection for all Air Force Duties:
    • Acute or chronic pelvic infection
    • Severe menorrhagia
    • Severe dysmenorrhea
    • Complete prolapse of uterus
    • Pregnancy/ Amenorrhea
    • Any other gynaecological condition, if so considered by the specialist.

Medical Standards for the Flying Branch (Additional)

If you are applying for the Flying Branch, you must remember that apart from the general physical standards, there are some standards that are specifically applicable to you. Listed below are the physical requirements applicable to both men and women applying to the Flying Branch.

1. Anthropometric Measurements – The acceptable anthropometric measurements for both Men and Women are as follows:

  • Minimum Height – 162.5 cms
  • Leg Length – Minimum- 99 cms.Maximum- 120 cms
  • Thigh Length – Maximum- 64 cms
  • Sitting Height -Minimum- 81.5 cms. Maximum- 96 cms

2.  X-ray of cervical and Lumbosacral spine will be carried out.

3.  The following conditions detected radiologically will disqualify a candidate for all Air Force Duties:-

  • Granulomatous Disease of spine
  • Arthritis / Spondylosis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis and allied disorders
  • Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Osteoarthrosis, Spondylosis and Degenerative joint disease.
  • Non-articular rheumatism ( e.g lesions of the rotator cuff, tennis elbow, recurrent lumbago etc).
  • Misc disorders including SLE, Polymyositis and Vasculitis.
  • Spondylolisthesis / Spondylolysis.
  • Compression fracture of vertebra
  • Scheuerman’s Disease (Adolescent Kyphosis)
  • Loss of cervical lordosis when associated with clinically restricted movements of cervical spine.
  • Unilateral / bilateral cervical ribs with demonstrable neurological or circulatory deficit.
  • Any other abnormality as so considered by the specialist.

In addition, for Flying Branches the under mentioned rules will also apply:-

 

1. Spinal Anomalies acceptable for Flying Duties

  • Bilateral complete sacralisation of LV5 and bilateral complete lumbarisation of SV1.
  • Spina bifida in sacrum and in LV5, if completely sacralised.
  • Complete block (fused) vertebrae in cervical and dorsal spine at a single level.

 

2. Spinal Condition not acceptable for Flying Duties

  • Scoliosis more than 15 by Cobb’s method
  • Degenerative disc disease.
  • Presence of Schmorl’s node at more than one level.
  • Atlanto occipital and atlanto-axial anomalies.
  • Hemi Vertebra and / or incomplete block (fused) vertebra at more than one level in cervical or dorsal spine.
  • Unilateral sacralisation or lumbarisation (complete or incomplete) at all levels and bilateral in complete sacralisation or lumbrarisation.

3.  Vision

  • 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in other, correctable to 6/6 only for hypermetropia. ) Manifest Hypermetropia must not exceed +2.0D Sph, Myopia – Nil and Astigmatism +0.75 D Cyl (within +2.0 D – Max)
  •  Near Vision N-5 each eye.
  •  Color Vision CP-1(ML T).
  • LASIK Surgery for correction of vision is admissible in Transport and Helicopter streams of Short Service Commission (Flying Branch) If the following condition are fulfilled at the time of Air Force medical examination:-
  •  LASIK Surgery should not have been carried out before the age of 20 years.

o  The axial length of the eye should not be more than 25.5 mm as measured by IOL master.

o  At least twelve months should have lapsed post uncomplicate stable LASIK. No history or evidence of any complication.

o  The post LASIK corneal thickness as measured by a corneal pachymeter should not be less than 450 microns.

o  Individuals with high refractive errors (>6D) prior to LASIK are to be excluded.

o  Candidates must not suffer from colour or night blindness.

4. Occular Muscle Balance – Phorias with the Maddox Rod Test must not exceed:

At 6 meters

  •        Exophoria 6 prism Diopters
  •        Esophoria 6 prism Diopters
  •        Hyperphoria 1 prism Diopters
  •        Hypophoria 1 prism Diopters

 

At 33 cm

  •     Exophoria 16 prism Diopters
  •     Esophoria 6 prism Diopters
  •     Hyperphoria 1 prism Diopters
  •     Hypophoria 1 prism Diopters

 

It may be noted that the Air Force Medical Board is the final authority while deciding the medical fitness for joining the Indian Air Force

Medical Standards for the Flying Branch (Additional)

If you are applying for the Flying Branch, you must remember that apart from the general physical standards, there are some standards that are specifically applicable to you. Listed below are the physical requirements applicable to both men and women applying to the Flying Branch.

1. Anthropometric Measurements – The acceptable anthropometric measurements for both Men and Women are as follows:

  • Minimum Height – 162.5 cms
  • Leg Length – Minimum- 99 cms.Maximum- 120 cms
  • Thigh Length – Maximum- 64 cms
  • Sitting Height -Minimum- 81.5 cms. Maximum- 96 cms

2.  X-ray of cervical and Lumbosacral spine will be carried out.

3.  The following conditions detected radiologically will disqualify a candidate for all Air Force Duties:-

  • Granulomatous Disease of spine
  • Arthritis / Spondylosis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis and allied disorders
  • Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Osteoarthrosis, Spondylosis and Degenerative joint disease.
  • Non-articular rheumatism ( e.g lesions of the rotator cuff, tennis elbow, recurrent lumbago etc).
  • Misc disorders including SLE, Polymyositis and Vasculitis.
  • Spondylolisthesis / Spondylolysis.
  • Compression fracture of vertebra
  • Scheuerman’s Disease (Adolescent Kyphosis)
  • Loss of cervical lordosis when associated with clinically restricted movements of cervical spine.
  • Unilateral / bilateral cervical ribs with demonstrable neurological or circulatory deficit.
  • Any other abnormality as so considered by the specialist.

In addition, for Flying Branches the under mentioned rules will also apply:-

 

1. Spinal Anomalies acceptable for Flying Duties

  • Bilateral complete sacralisation of LV5 and bilateral complete lumbarisation of SV1.
  • Spina bifida in sacrum and in LV5, if completely sacralised.
  • Complete block (fused) vertebrae in cervical and dorsal spine at a single level.

 

2. Spinal Condition not acceptable for Flying Duties

  • Scoliosis more than 15 by Cobb’s method
  • Degenerative disc disease.
  • Presence of Schmorl’s node at more than one level.
  • Atlanto occipital and atlanto-axial anomalies.
  • Hemi Vertebra and / or incomplete block (fused) vertebra at more than one level in cervical or dorsal spine.
  • Unilateral sacralisation or lumbarisation (complete or incomplete) at all levels and bilateral in complete sacralisation or lumbrarisation.

3.  Vision

  • 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in other, correctable to 6/6 only for hypermetropia. ) Manifest Hypermetropia must not exceed +2.0D Sph, Myopia – Nil and Astigmatism +0.75 D Cyl (within +2.0 D – Max)
  •  Near Vision N-5 each eye.
  •  Color Vision CP-1(ML T).
  • LASIK Surgery for correction of vision is admissible in Transport and Helicopter streams of Short Service Commission (Flying Branch) If the following condition are fulfilled at the time of Air Force medical examination:-
  •  LASIK Surgery should not have been carried out before the age of 20 years.

o  The axial length of the eye should not be more than 25.5 mm as measured by IOL master.

o  At least twelve months should have lapsed post uncomplicate stable LASIK. No history or evidence of any complication.

o  The post LASIK corneal thickness as measured by a corneal pachymeter should not be less than 450 microns.

o  Individuals with high refractive errors (>6D) prior to LASIK are to be excluded.

o  Candidates must not suffer from colour or night blindness.

4. Occular Muscle Balance – Phorias with the Maddox Rod Test must not exceed:

At 6 meters

  •        Exophoria 6 prism Diopters
  •        Esophoria 6 prism Diopters
  •        Hyperphoria 1 prism Diopters
  •        Hypophoria 1 prism Diopters

 

At 33 cm

  •     Exophoria 16 prism Diopters
  •     Esophoria 6 prism Diopters
  •     Hyperphoria 1 prism Diopters
  •     Hypophoria 1 prism Diopters

 

It may be noted that the Air Force Medical Board is the final authority while deciding the medical fitness for joining the Indian Air Force

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Selection Process

STEP 1 – RESPOND TO ADVERTISEMENT FOLLOWED BY WRITTEN TEST

1. For NDA and CDSE

  • The advertisement for NDA is released twice a year in the months of May and December and for CDSE in the months of June and October by UPSC.
  • Duly filled applications are to be sent to UPSC as given in advt.
  • The written tests are conducted by UPSC only. For details visit www.upsc.gov.in

2. AFCAT – Air Force Common Admission Test.

  • For all entries other than NDA and CDSE and for all branches, candidates have to undergo the AFCAT.
  • The test is conducted twice a year in February and September
  • Advertisements inviting applications for AFCAT are out in June and December. Candidates are to apply as per the advertisement.
  • The test is conducted all across India by the Indian Air Force

3. NCC entry

  • Air Sqn NCC Senior division ‘C’ certificate holders are to apply through DG NCC/ respective NCC Air Squadron
  • They would then appear for AFCAT

STEP 2 – SSB (Services Selection Board) TESTING

If you have successfully cleared Step 1, you will receive a Call letter to report to any one of the Air Force Selection Boards located at Dehradun, Varanasi, Gandhinagar and Mysore. At the Air Force Selection Board (AFSB), you undergo following tests in order to ascertain your suitability and gauge your potential as an Officer in the Indian Air Force.

1. Stage I Testing

  •  Officer Intelligence rating Test
  •  Picture perception and Discussion Test

Stage I is a screening test. Those who qualify Stage-I are eligible to undergo Stage II testing. Stage I disqualified candidates are routed back after announcement of results

2. Stage II Testing

All Stage I qualified candidates undergo following tests as part of Stage II testing during next three to four days

  •  Psychological Tests are written tests that are conducted by a Psychologist.
  • Group Tests are interactive indoor and outdoor activities which are a combination of mental and physical work.
  •  Interview involves a personal conversation with an Interviewing Officer.

These tests will be explained to you in detail before they are conducted at the Selection Board.

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The following is the schedule for OLQ Tests:

FLYING TECHNICAL GROUND DUTY
Day 1 Phase I testing – Officers Intelligence Rating Test & Picture Perception and Discussion test
Day 2 Group tests Group tests Group tests
Day 3 Group tests Group tests Group tests
Day 4 Interview Interview Interview
Day 5 Conference Conference Conference
Day 6 PABT*

* Pilot Aptitude Battery Test (PABT) is a unique test. It is aimed at assessing a candidate’s aptitude to be trained as a pilot. PABT is being used as an independent selection device to induct potential officers into Flying Branch of Indian Air Force. PABT comprises three tests viz Instrument Battery Test (INSB), Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and Control Velocity Test (CVT). Instrument Battery Test (INSB) is a paper pencil test and other two are machine tests. The Instruments Battery Test (INSB) comprises two parts. This test assesses assimilation of the briefing and the ability of an individual to read and interpret the dials of an instrument panel of an aircraft. The candidates who score the minimum laid down criteria are subjected to the machine test. The machine test includes Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and Control Velocity Test (CVT). These tests measure the psychomotor co-ordination skill of the individual. These tests are conducted on a single day and administered only once in life time.

At the Conference held on the last day, all the Assessors i.e. the Psychologist, Ground Testing Officer and the Interviewing Officer, discuss your personality and decide on whether to recommend you or not. Those recommended by the AFSBs will be required to fill up certain documents at the Boards and subsequently move to the next step.

STEP 3 – CONDUCT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

If you are recommended by the Selection Board, you will be sent for the medical examination either at Air Force Central Medical Establishment (AFCME), New Delhi or Institute of Aviation Medicine, Bengaluru.

STEP 4 – PREPARING ALL INDIA MERIT LIST

An All India Merit List is compiled on the basis of your performance in the written test and AFSB interview, subject to being medically fit. Based on the vacancies available in various branches / sub branches, joining instructions are issued to join one of the Training establishments.

 

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