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    Suggestions for becoming Jet Pilot in Air Force after 12th Science?

    I am in 12 science(non-med) i want to be a jet pilot in air force. please send me appropriate suggestions on my email id "soni.lucky44@gmail.com".thank you.

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    Re: Suggestions for becoming Jet Pilot in Air Force after 12th Science?

    If you wan to be a pilot then you have to satisfy these following conditions are-
    1. 12th pass in non medical field.
    2. Minimum 60% marks in PCM in 12th ( Physics, Chemistry and maths)
    3. Proper view in eye-sight
    4. Apply for the exam for the pilot.
    5. Not to be disqualified by the law.

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    Re: Suggestions for becoming Jet Pilot in Air Force after 12th Science?

    Dear sir,
    If you want to make your carrier as a Pilot then you have to follow/ fulfill these requirements are-
    - You must get minimum 60% marks in 12th in PCM subjects.( Physics, Chemistry and Maths).
    - You will have to join the Flying Branch.
    - To join this particular branch, you could either apply for the NDA exam after completion of your higher secondary examination, or you may apply for Combined Defense Service Exam after completion of your graduation.
    - Your eye-sight must be good to join as a Pilot.
    - If you qualify the NDA exam, you will have to undergo a training period of around 3 - 3 1/2 years, and after completion of which, you will be eligible to join the Air Force as an officer. Now, since you have made up your mind to join the Indian Air Force, you must opt for NDA after +2 rather waiting for completion of your bachelors degree program to write the combined defense service exam.
    - This test is conducted twice in a year by UPSC.
    All the best

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    Re: Suggestions for becoming Jet Pilot in Air Force after 12th Science?

    when this NDA exam is taken???

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    Re: Suggestions for becoming Jet Pilot in Air Force after 12th Science?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am in 12 science(non-med) i want to be a jet pilot in air force. please send me appropriate suggestions on my email id "soni.lucky44@gmail.com".thank you.
    To become a Pilot after 12th there is a way, NDA. Through the NDA you can join Indian Air Force as a Pilot.

    Eligibility for NDA :



    NDA stands for the national defence academy. NDA conducted by the UPSC twice in a year. The examination held in the twice in a years.
    A five day interview after clear the written test.
    Only unmarried males are eligible for the NDA exams.
    You must be a citizen from India.
    Your age limit between 16.5 to 19 years.







    If you want to do your graduation then you can apply for Air Force After the graduation through the CDS exam. The cds exam conducted by the UPSC held twice in a year.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR CDS :




    you should be a citizen in India.
    only unmarried are eligible.

    For Indian Military Academy :

    your age should be between 19 to 24 years.
    You should have a degree or equivalent.

    For Naval Academy :

    You should have a engineering degree or B.sc with Physics or Mathematics.
    Your age limit should be between 19 to 2 years.

    For Air Force Academy :

    You should have a engineering degree from recognized university.

    OR

    You should have a B.sc in Physics or Mathematics.
    Your age limit should be between 19 to 23 years.

    For Officers Training Academy.

    You should have a degree or equivalent.
    Your age limit should be between 19 to 25 years.








    You can join the AFCAT ( Air Force Common Admission Test ) after your graduation. There are 3 streams in the AFCAT.

    1) Flying Branch.
    2) Technical Branch.
    3) Ground Duty Branch.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gvhc...feature=fvwrel]

    For more details you can visit at : http://www.upsc.gov.in

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    Re: Suggestions for becoming Jet Pilot in Air Force after 12th Science?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am in 12 science(non-med) i want to be a jet pilot in air force. please send me appropriate suggestions on my email id "soni.lucky44@gmail.com".thank you.
    To become a Pilot after 12th there is a way, NDA. Through the NDA you can join Indian Air Force as a Pilot.

    Eligibility for NDA :

    Attachment 2400

    NDA stands for the national defence academy. NDA conducted by the UPSC twice in a year. The examination held in the twice in a years.
    A five day interview after clear the written test.
    Only unmarried males are eligible for the NDA exams.
    You must be a citizen from India.
    Your age limit between 16.5 to 19 years.

    Attachment 2401



    Attachment 2402

    If you want to do your graduation then you can apply for Air Force After the graduation through the CDS exam. The cds exam conducted by the UPSC held twice in a year.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR CDS :


    Attachment 2403

    you should be a citizen in India.
    only unmarried are eligible.

    For Indian Military Academy :

    your age should be between 19 to 24 years.
    You should have a degree or equivalent.

    For Naval Academy :

    You should have a engineering degree or B.sc with Physics or Mathematics.
    Your age limit should be between 19 to 2 years.

    For Air Force Academy :

    You should have a engineering degree from recognized university.

    OR

    You should have a B.sc in Physics or Mathematics.
    Your age limit should be between 19 to 23 years.

    For Officers Training Academy.

    You should have a degree or equivalent.
    Your age limit should be between 19 to 25 years.


    Attachment 2404


    Attachment 2405


    You can join the AFCAT ( Air Force Common Admission Test ) after your graduation. There are 3 streams in the AFCAT.

    1) Flying Branch.
    2) Technical Branch.
    3) Ground Duty Branch.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gvhc...feature=fvwrel]

    For more details you can visit at : http://www.upsc.gov.in

    Attachment 2406
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