Updated: Feb 5, 2023
The candidate should be a citizen of India.
FLYING BRANCH: 20 years to 24 years
GROUND DUTY (technical/non-technical): 20 years to 26 years
GROUND DUTY (TECHNICAL):
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)
GROUND DUTY (NON-TECHNICAL):
IF BELOW 25 YEARS
IF ABOVE 25 YEARS
Eligible to apply during the training period but won’t be allowed to live with family during the commencement of course.
Should be physically and medically fit to take the exam.
|Registration||June 1, 2020|
|Last day for Registration||July 2020|
|Admit Card Release date||August 2020|
|Exam Date||September 2020|
|Result Declaration||October 2020|
Negative marking – 1 mark
|SECTION||NO. OF QUESTIONS||TOTAL MARKS||TIME DURATION|
|Verbal Ability in English||30||90|
|Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test||35||105|
EKT (For technical)
|SECTIONS||Mechanical, Computer Science, and Electrical and Electronics|
|NO. OF QUESTIONS||50|
|TIME DURATION||45 minutes|
Once a candidate clears the online exam, they are allowed to sit for the AFSB Interview.
FOR FLYING BRANCH
Candidates need to appear in Computerised Pilot Selection System (CPSS).
GENERAL AWARENESS – History, sports, geography, environment, culture, defense, art and culture, international current affairs, politics, civics, basic science.
VERBAL ABILITY IN ENGLISH – Comprehension, fill in the blanks, error detection, sentence completion, synonyms, antonyms, vocabulary. Tenses, and basic grammar.
NUMERICAL ABILITY – Decimal fraction, simplification, average, ratio and proportion, simple interest, profit and loss, probability, and the percentage
REASONING AND MILITARY APTITUDE TEST – Verbal skills and spatial ability, data interpretation, embedded figure, missing, character, set based on arrangements, rotated blocks, hidden figures, and analogy.