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    Should I change my branch for joining Air Force? Which all exams I have to give for joining there? How to prepare for IAF entrance exam?

    Thank u so much.....

    I am a student of b-tech 1st year computer science. I just want to know how can i join air force after completing my b-tech. Do i need to change my branch. It is possible for me to change the branch just now, but i just have 2 months for that.
    Which are the exams which i have to give for joining IAF
    Please tell me how can i prepare for IAF entrance exam.
    Please help me and guide me with your esteem knowledge.

    I will be highly grateful to you.

    Thank You
    Shubhra Maheshwari .

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    Re: Should I change my branch for joining Air Force? Which all exams I have to give for joining there? How to prepare for IAF entrance exam?

    Me ece 1st yr student of btech ,how i join air force after complete my completing my course

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    Re: Should I change my branch for joining Air Force? Which all exams I have to give for joining there? How to prepare for IAF entrance exam?

    i m 12th passed female student
    i want to join air force as a flying officer
    plz let me what i have to do for it plz...

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    Re: Should I change my branch for joining Air Force? Which all exams I have to give for joining there? How to prepare for IAF entrance exam?

    AIRFORCE


    Case-1:-
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    If you want to join Airforce in TECHNICAL BRANCH , then you should change your branch either to MECHANICAL or to ECE .

    It is because , for these two branch candidates , they will have TECHNICAL jobs in Airforce .



    Case-2:-
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    If you want to join Airforce in either FLYING BRANCH or GROUND DUTY branch , then NO NEED to Change your Branch . Your CSE branch is enough to join in either of the Branches in Airforce .

    So, in this case , you no need to worry about your Branch .

    While you are in your Final year of B.tech , you are eligible to apply for Various Entrance exams to join in Airforce .

    Among those AFCAT exam is the one .

    AFCAT - Airforce common admission test


    The exam includes 3 branches .
    1) Technical branch
    2) Flying branch
    3) Ground duty branch


    For the Flying branch , your age shouldbe in between 19-23 years .

    This includes ,
    --> Helicopters
    --> Fighters
    --> Transports


    For the Ground duty branch , your age shouldbe in between 20-23 years .

    This includes ,
    --> Administration
    --> Logistics
    --> Education
    --> Metereology
    --> Accounts


    For the Techical branch , your age shouldbe in between 18-28 years .





    Good luck

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    Re: Should I change my branch for joining Air Force? Which all exams I have to give for joining there? How to prepare for IAF entrance exam?

    Hello

    NO YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CHANGE YOUR STREAM.

    There are three branches in air force
    1)Flying branch-the educational qualification required is graduation from any stream but with physics and maths in 10+2.
    2)Technical branch-one need to have a engineering degree in stream like mechanical,electrical,electronics,computer science stream are not eligible.
    3)Ground Duty branch-the educational qualification is graduation from any stream,there is no need to have physics and maths in 10+2.

    As you have chosen computer science as your stream,it is assure that you can apply for flying branch and ground duty branch.
    Hence no need to change your stream.

    For more details visit the website of air force
    www.careerairforce.nic.in

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