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The advertisement inviting applications for vacancies for the Airman cadre will appear in the leading newspapers including 30 regional newspapers across India. The advertisements are also published in the Employment News or the Rozgar Samachar. The application should be send in the required format mentioned in the advertisement, before the last date. The selection procedure for picking the candidates is quite strict and elaborate. The five steps involved are
Processing of Application :
After checking all eligibility wise application forms, one will receive an Admit Card that will contain all the relevant details like the date, time and venue of your examination. The subjects tested on will depend on the trade you have applied for. The following are the subjects for examination.
Testing the Abilities
The selection tests will be held at any of the Airmen Selection Centres across India. (click here for Contacts of Selection Centres) One should take the admit card and all the original certificates to the venue, at the time of the examination. These will be verified before you proceed for the examination.
Conducting Medical Examination
After you have successfully cleared the Exams, you will be sent for a medical examination, which shall be conducted by a Medical Officer of the Armed Forces.
After the medical examination, you are either declared 'Fit' or 'Unfit' or 'Temporarily Medically Unfit' (TMU).
Preparing Merit List
If you have successfully cleared the examination and are declared medically fit / TMU, your name will feature in the All India Merit List. This list will be displayed at the Airmen Selection Centres, where the tests were conducted. A call letter will be sent to you, requesting you to report to the Airmen Selection Centre for enrolment.
Apart from the enrolment formalities, the candidate should take a Trade Aptitude Test, to determine the right trade for him. Depending upon the score as well as the position in the Merit List, candidates will be assigned to one of the streams in the Technical or Non-Technical Trades.
After the candidate have completed your enrolment formalities, he will be sent to the Administrative Training Institute for 26 weeks for Basic Combatant Training. Thereafter, the candidate would be send to one of the Training Institutes for specialisation in the trade that he is assigned.
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