Agniveer Scheme Terms & Conditions for Army Condidate
Agniveers will be enrolled in the Indian Army under the Army Act 1985 for a period of four years. Agniveers would from a distinct rank in the Armed Forces, different from any other existing ranks.
On completion of the four years period, Agniveers will go back to the society as disciplined, dynamic, motivated and skilled work force for employment in the other sectors, thereby contributing further in nation building. Armed Forces are not obligated to retain Agniveers beyond the engagement period of four years. The skills gained by each Agniveer will be captured in a certificate to form part of his resume.
Based on organisational requirement and policies promulgated by the Indian Navy, Agniveers who are completing their engagement period in each batch will be offered an opportunity to apply for enrolment in the Indian Navy. These applications will be considered in a centralised manner, based on performance during their engagement period and not more than 25% of each specific batch of Agniveers will be enrolled in regular cadre.
Agniveers will not have any right to be selected for further enrolment into the Armed Forces. Selection of the Agniveers for further enrolment, if any, shall be at the discretion of the Government.
Agniveers selected for enrolment in the Indian Navy as regular cadre would be required to serve for a further engagement period of minimum 15 years and would be governed by terms and conditions of service of sailors in the Indian Navy, as amended time to time.
Agniveers will not be eligible for Ex-servicemen status.
Release at Own Request Release at own request prior to completion of engagement period will not be permissible for Agniveers. However, in exceptional cases, personnel enrolled as Agniveers may be released, with approval of the Competent Authority.
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AIR FORCE-X AND Y GROUP
Indian air force invites applications to join as airmen in Group ‘X’ trades and Group ‘Y’ trade twice in a year. The notifications come in July and January. Written Exam for July notification held in September and for January notification held in March.
Date of Birth:
A candidate must be not below 17 years and above 21 years.The upper age limit as on date of enrolment is 21 years.
(a) Group X–Passed Intermediate/10+2/ Equivalent examination with Mathematics, Physics and English with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English.
(b) Group Y–Passed Intermediate /10+2 in any stream/subjects approved by Central with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English.
Note-Candidate eligible for Group X examination (on the basis of intermediate/10+2) are also eligible for Group Y and would be given an option of appearing in both group X and Group Y exam in one sitting while filling up the online registration form.
The selection procedure consists of the following Phases:
Online Written Examination
Written Exam Pattern
The shortlisted candidates who qualify the Online Test, will be called at Airmen Selection Centre for Physical Fitness Test (PFT) which would consist of:
- 1.6 Km run in 06 min 30 sec
- 10 Push-ups,
- 10 Sit-ups and
- 20 Squats
Adaptability Test-I: All candidates who pass the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) will have to undertake Adaptability Test-I (Objective Type Written Test) which is to assess suitability of a candidate for employment in the Indian Air Force which involves deployment in varied geographic terrain, weather and operational conditions.
Adaptability Test-II: All candidates who pass Adaptability Test-I will have to undertake Adaptability Test- II as per policy in vogue. Adaptability Test-II is to select candidates who can adapt to the environment of Indian Air Force and are able to adjust to the military way of life.