How to Become a Pilot in Indian Air Force? CDSE, AFCAT Exams

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Becoming a Pilot in Air Force (IAF) requires quite a lot amount of dedication, and courage to accept this challenging and rewarding role. There are four ways candidates can become an Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot and as flying officers. You can join the Flying branch through the Air Force Academy after finishing your BA/BSc/BCom/BE course.

How to Join Indian Air Force as a Flying Officers (Flying Branch)


You can join the Flying branch through the Air Force Academy after finishing your Batchelor Degree from any Recognize University. There are the three modes of entry for Graduates/ Engineers to join the Flying branch:

  1. CDSE (COMBINED DEFENCE SERVICES EXAMINATION) (FOR MEN ONLY)
  2. AFCAT ENTRY (SSC FOR MEN AND WOMEN)
  3. NCC SPECIAL ENTRY (FOR MEN AND WOMEN)

Eligibility criteria & Age Limit for AIF Pilot

Becoming a Pilot in Air Force is not an easy task. Pilots are required to perform some peacekeeping missions as well. Eligibility criteria & Age Limit for AIF Pilot.

CDSE (Combined Defence Service Examination)

Nationality Indian
Marital Status Singal
Gender Men only
Educational Qualifications Graduate (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level)
Age Limit 20 to 24 years
Board UPSC
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AFCAT ENTRY (Air Force Common Admission Test)

Nationality Indian
Marital Status Single
Gender Men and Women
Educational Qualifications Minimum of 50% marks each in Maths & Physics at 10+2 level.
Graduates (Three Year Course) 60% marks
Age Limit 20 to 24 years
Board IAF
Official website afcat.cdac.in

NCC SPECIAL ENTRY

Nationality India
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