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Join Indian Air Force: After class 12, you can join Indian Air Force, this is the way

Career After Class 12th: If you want to join Indian Air Force directly after 12th, then you can adopt these methods. Also, here you Air Force

Highlights

  • Qualifications required to join Indian Air Force
  • Know how much physical ability is necessary
  • Which exam can join IAF?

After 12th: Indian Air Force is also known as IAF. It is one of the lucrative and most prestigious jobs in the country. If you also want to join Indian Air Force after 12th, then let us tell you that there are many level exams for this. The job in Indian Air Force is divided into two parts X Group, Y Group. Apart from this, Indian Air Force can also be joined through NDA. Here we will tell you, what are the mediums to get a job in Air Force.

Essential Qualification for X Group

X Group: The X Group is the technical group of the Indian Air Force. To join this, you must have 10+2 certificate with 50% marks in maths, physics and English subject. Or if you have a 3-year polytechnic diploma certificate, you can still apply for it. 10+2 pass out and appearing students can also apply for this group.
Also read: Join Indian Army: After class 12, you can join Indian Army, know how

physical ability

  • Height -152.5 cm
  • Chest – At least 5 cms after expanding
  • Weight – not less than 55 KG

Syllabus Of IAF Exam

  • Exam Duration – 60 Minutes
  • Subject- English, Physics and Maths of CBSE 10+2 level

Required Standards for Y Group

Y Group: To join Y Group, you should have 10+2 degree with 50% marks. Appearing can also apply. Must have English as a subject and should also have 50% marks in it. Apart from this, if you have a degree in any 2 year vacation course, then you can still apply for it, it is also necessary to have at least 50 percent marks.
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Physical Ability For Indian Air Force

  • Height -152.5 cm
  • Chest – At least 5 cms after expanding
  • Weight – not less than 55 KG
  • Duration of Exam – 45 Minutes
  • Subject – Reasoning, English and GA


NDA: Joining through National Defense Academy (NDA) become top level officers. For this you should have at least 10+2 degree. Science subject should have both Physics and Maths. In which 60% marks are required. This exam is conducted twice in a year. This exam is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

Qualification For NDA Exam

  • Science Subject in 10+2 with Physics and Maths with 60% Marks
  • Appearing students can also give exam
  • Candidate must be unmarried

  • Age Limit- Minimum 16.5 years to apply and Maximum 19.5 years. Changes are possible according to the application form for the year 2021.
  • Physical Test– It is necessary to have good mental and physical health. In this test, weight is calculated according to the height.
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Exam Pattern


It consists of two papers, Maths and General Ability. The exam is of total 900 marks. In this, by selecting any one language, Hindi or English, you can give the exam through it. The exams for both the subjects are of two and a half hours. There is also negative marking for wrong answer. In this, one-third marks are deducted for wrong answer. There are 300 marks for Maths and 600 marks for General Ability. After passing both the exams, the candidate is called for interview by SSB. A total of 270 questions are asked in NDA exam, out of which 120 questions are asked from Maths and 150 questions are asked from General Ability.

syllabus


Questions are asked from Maths and General Ability.
Talking about Maths, there are 300 marks in it. Contains Algebra, Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry of Two and Three Dimensions, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and Differential Equations, Vector Algebra, Statics and Probability.

General Ability– It consists of two sections, A and B. Questions from English are asked in A and they are of 200 marks. In this, questions are asked from Grammar, Usages, Vocabulary etc. Section B consists of questions from General Knowledge, which are of 400 marks. There are questions from many subjects and current affairs like Physics, Chemistry, General Science, History Geography.

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