Welcome to Sarkari Exams, the leading coaching institute for Air Force that offers complete training and recruitment help to the aspirants looking forward to explore the vibrant field of Air Force. We offer Air Force examination coaching in Delhi and prepare the students to beat the written examination of Air Force with right tactics and within the specified time period. Our qualified and experienced faculty members assist the students in raising the confidence to face the trauma of the exam. Our coaching curriculum entails into covering the entire syllabus within defined time with conceptual clarity over the main topics along with practice sessions conferring examination pattern.
Our Air Force examination coaching institute in Delhi follows a systematic approach to guide the students through mock tests and previous years question papers and prepare them for the final term. We also prepare the students to go through effective time management that helps them to attain best results.
Indian Air Force Exam Pattern:
- Group X exam will contain objective type questions and time duration is 60 minutes.
- Group X Exam will consist of questions based on English, Physics and Mathematics.
- Group Y exam will contain multiple type questions and time duration is 40 minutes.
- Group Y exam will consist of questions based on English, Reasoning and General Awareness.
Selection Procedure : Applicants need to face written examination, interview and skill test for selecting Indian Air Force Notification 2016-17. Only the best performers in eligible tests will be selected for Air Force Technical Non Technical Jobs.
Application to Air Force:
STEP One – Reply to advertisement Followed by Written Air force examination
- For NDA and CDSE
The advertisement for NDA is published 2 times a year during the months of May and December and for CDSE during the months of June and October by UPSC.
Punctually applications have to be sent to UPSC as given in advt.
The written tests are conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) only.
- AFCAT– Air Force Common Admission Examination (Air force examination).
For all entries apart from NDA and CDSE and for all branches, candidates have to go through the AFCAT.
The Air force examination is conducted 2 times a year in February and September;
Advertisements inviting applications for AFCAT are published June and December for Air force examination. Candidates are to apply for as per the advt.
The Air force examination is conducted all across India by the Indian Air Force
- NCC Entry
Air Sqn NCC Senior division ‘C’ certificate holders is has to apply through DG NCC/ to the respective NCC Air Squadron
they’d then attend for AFCAT
STEP Two – SSB (Services choice Board) TESTING
If you have got the success cleared Step one, you may receive an Invitation letter to report back to anyone of the Air Force recruitment Boards situated at Dehradun, Varanasi, Gandhinagar and Mysore. At the Air Force recruitment Board (AFSB), you will undergo following tests so as to determine your suitableness and gauge your potential as an officer for the Indian Air Force.
- Stage I: Testing
- Officer Intelligence rating exam
- Picture perception and Discussion exam
Stage I could be a screening exam for that person who qualify.
Stage-I will be eligible to go through Stage II. Stage I disqualified candidates are routed back at the time of announcement of results
- Stage II: Testing
All Stage I qualified candidates go through following tests as a part of Stage II testing throughout next 3 to four days
Psychological Tests are the written tests that will be conducted by a psychologist.
Group Tests are interactive indoor and outside activities that are a mixture of mental and physical work.
Interview involves a personal talk with an Interviewing Officer.
These Air force examination tests are explained to you thoroughly before they’re conducted at by the recruitment Board.
The following is schedule for OLQ Tests for Air force examination:
Phase I checking – Officers Intelligence Rating exam & image Perception and Discussion test
* Pilot aptitude Battery exam (PABT) could be a typical exam. It’s aimed toward assessing a candidate’s aptitude to be trained as a pilot. PABT is used as an independent selection device to induct potential officers into Flying Branch of Indian Air Force. PABT contains 3 tests via Instrument Battery exam (INSB), Sensory Motor apparatus exam (SMA) and control speed exam (CVT). Instrument Battery exam (INSB) could be a paper pencil exam and alternative exam are machine tests. The Instruments Battery exam (INSB) contains 2 parts. This exam assesses incorporation of the briefing and also the ability of human resources to read and interpret the dials of a panel of a craft. The candidates who score the minimum laid down criteria are subjected to the machine exam. These tests measure the psychomotor co-ordination ability of the individual. These tests are conducted on only one day and managed just once in life time.
At the Conference held on the final day, all the Assessors i.e. the psychologist, Ground Testing Officer and also the Interviewing Officer, discuss your personality and choose on whether or not to recommend you or not. Those suggested by the AFSBs are required to fill up certain documents at the Boards and afterwards move to the next step.
STEP three – CONDUCT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS
If you’re the selection by the choice Board, you may be sent for the recommended either at Air Force Central Medical establishment (AFCME), national capital or Institute of aviation medicine, Bangalore.
STEP four – preparing ALL India merit LIST
An All India merit List is compiled on the basis of your performance within the written exam and AFSB interview, subject to being medically fit. According to the vacancies available in different branches / sub branches of Air force, joining directions are issued to join one of the training institutions.
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