Indian Airforce All India Selection Group X and Y Selection List
The Indian Air Force was established on 8 October 1932.Its first ac flight came into being on 01of April 1933.It possessed a strength of six RAF-trained officers and 19 Havai Sepoys.The aircraft inventory comprised of four Westland Wapiti IIA army co-operation biplanes at Drigh Road as the "A" Flight nucleus of the planned No.1 Squadron.
The aim of Indian Air Force has been taken from eleventh chapter of the Gita, the Discourse given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra during the Great War of Mahabharata. The Lord Krishna is showing His Supreme Divine form to Arjuna and the great form of the Lord is reaching the sky with glory, evoking fear and loss of self-control in the mind of Arjuna. Indian Air Force, similarly, aims to overwhelm the adversaries with application of aerospace power in defence of the nation. O Lord, seeing your form “Touching the Sky With Glory”, effulgent, multi-coloured, having its mouth wide open and possessing large flaming eyes, I, with my innermost self frightened, have lost self-control and find no peace.
Central Airmen Selection Board
The CASB is to carry out selection and enrolment through 14 Airmen Selection Centes, spread all over India. These centers are under the direct functional control of CASB with Admin control and support by respective Air Commands.
The recruitment of Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR) as an Airman in the Indian Air Force is conducted through All India Selection Tests and Recruitment Rallies. All India Selection Tests are conducted at the Airmen Selection Centers 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.
All India Selection Tests: 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 are to forward the application
Central Airmen Selection Board,
Post Box No. 11807,
New Delhi – 110 010
The Recruitment Board sends admit cards to eligible and short listed candidates to appear in the Selection Tests.
Recruitment Rallies: Recruitment rallies are conducted at select places within the country from time to time. Rally advertisements are published with the details of eligibility criteria, selection programme and rally venue in local/regional newspapers circulated in the region/area of the rally. For rally recruitment, eligible candidates are to report to the rally venue on the day of test with the required documents as published in the advertisements. Further procedures will be briefed to the candidates at the rally venue by the team of selections.
Written Test: Candidates are tested in English, Physics & Mathematics for Group ‘X’ (Technical) trades and in English & Reasoning and General Awareness (RGA) for all the Group ‘Y’ trades. Written Test is objective type and question paper is in bilingual (English & Hindi), except English paper. Written test is based on CBSE syllabus of AISSCE.
Physical Fitness Test (PFT): Candidates passing the written tests are to undergo the Physical Fitness Test(PFT). The PFT for all trades excluding Indian Air Force (Police) & Indian Air Force (Security) trades consists of a 1.6 Km run to be completed within the specified time. The PFT for Indian Air Force (Police) & Indian Air Force (Security) trades includes a 5 Km run & 2.4 Km run to be completed in 30 minutes & 15 minutes respectively. Candidates who are completing PFT earlier will be awarded additional marks on a sliding scale.
Interview: Candidates clearing PFT will be interviewed by a team of Officers & Warrant ranks. Interview is normally conducted in English. Working knowledge of English is essential.
Trade Allocation Test (TAT) : Candidates of Group 'X' (Technical) trades who qualify in interview are to take Trade Allocation Test for bifurcation into Mechanical and Electronics stream. Specific trade allotment within these streams will be carried out at the Basic Training Institute (BTI), Air Force (Belgaum).
Medical Examination: Candidates who are recommended in the interview will be medically examined by Recruitment Medical Team as per Indian Air Force medical standards. Medical certificates/certificates of fitness from other doctors will not be admissible except for diopteric power as stated in Medical Standards.
Enrolment and Training
All India Select List (AISL) & Enrolment : Candidates who are passing the Written Test, completing PFT, recommended in interview and undergo Medical Examination are arranged in All India Select List(AISL). The inclusion of names of the candidates in the AISL depends upon the performance of the candidates in Selection Test. Candidates are enrolled in Indian Air Force as per the existing vacancies. Enrolment is for an initial period of 20 years and it is extendable up to the age of 57 years.
Training: The candidates on enrolment are routed to the Basic Training Institute (BTI), Belgaum, Karnataka to undergo Joint Basic Phase Training (JBPT) for a period of 12 weeks. On successful completion of JBPT, candidates will be allocated trades and sent for trade training of specified duration. After successful completion of training, the airmen will be deployed on ground based jobs as per their allotted trades.
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