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    Is there any requirement of work experience to being eligible for Permanent Service Commission(Flying)?

    Dear sir/madam,

    I'm selected for SSB after AFCAT,but i have applied for short service commission, now i want to re-appear for AFCAT and again apply for permanent commission in flying branch, i just want to know what are the requirements for flying branch,
    1)do i need prior flying experience?
    2)any other criteria i should full-fill like exams(I'm not ncc trained)?

    i'm from electronics and communication branch with 76% aggregate

    Thank You in advance.

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    Re: Is there any requirement of work experience to being eligible for Permanent Service Commission(Flying)?

    Dear friend,
    For applying for Permanent commissioning in Flying Branch no prior work experience is required.All you need is to clear the exam and SSB and also have to clear PABT.You should also have medical standard as per standard of IAF.

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    sah.alok is offline Senior Member sah.alok is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is there any requirement of work experience to being eligible for Permanent Service Commission(Flying)?

    Hello

    YOU CAN NOT APPLY FOR PERMANENT COMMISSION THROUGH AFCAT(AIR FORCE COMMON ADMISSION TEST).
    AFCAT is a entry scheme for all three branches of air airforce.You can apply for technical and ground duty branch for permanent commission through AFCAT.
    But you can not apply for permanent commission in air force for flying branch through AFCAT.

    Now if you want to apply for permanent commission in air force,then you have to apply for CDSE(Combined Defence Service Examination).It is a entry for all three wings.
    You will be applying for AFA(Air Force Academy).
    The qualification required is graduation from any stream but with physics and maths in 10+2.

    A old notification of both CDSE and AFCAT is uploaded for your reference.
    For more details visit the website of air force.

    www.careerairforce.nic.in
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    Re: Is there any requirement of work experience to being eligible for Permanent Service Commission(Flying)?

    Friends,
    you cannot apply for Permanent service commission through Airforce common admission test.
    But now you want to apply for PSC in IAF through CDS.
    You must be qualification recquired graduation in any Universty.
    you passed 12th classed with physics and math.

    For more detail http://upsc.gov.in

    All the best.

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    Re: Is there any requirement of work experience to being eligible for Permanent Service Commission(Flying)?

    My dear friends,Sorry,you can not apply for PC(PERMANENT COMISSION) throughAFCAT.It is a entry scheme for all three branches of Indian airforce.You can apply for technical and ground duty branch for permanent commission through AFCAT.But you can not apply for permanent commission in air force for flying branch through AFCAT.Now if you want to apply for permanent commission in air force,then you have to apply for CDSE(Combined Defence Service Examination).It is a entry for all three wings.You will be applying for AFA(Air Force Academy).The qualification required is graduation from any stream but with physics and maths in 10 2.A old notification of both CDSE andAFCAT is uploaded for your reference.for more details http://uosc.gov.inALL THE BEST FOR YOUR FUTURE.THANKS.

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