Indian airforce invites Indian youth who are 12th passouts, check out details

The Indian Air Force has announced the Agniveer Air Recruitment notification, offering a remarkable opportunity for young aspirants eager to serve the nation. This recruitment drive enables candidates to join the prestigious Indian Air Force. Interested individuals who meet the eligibility criteria can review the notification and submit their applications online.

Important Dates:

The starting date for online application and fee payment will start from 8th July and the last date for application and fee payment is 28th July. This recruitment will have an online exam which will be held on 18th October. The date of publication of PSL will be 14th May 2025 and the date of publication of the nomination list will be 30th May 2025.

Age Limit:

In this recruitment, the candidate should be born between 03-07-2004 and 03-01-2008. If a candidate clears all the stages of the selection process then the upper age limit should be 21 years as of the date of enrollment.

Application Fee:

The examination fee for this recruitment is 550. To pay this, candidates can pay through online using a Debit Card/Credit Card/Internet Banking.


Candidates must have passed 10+2 (Intermediate) as the minimum educational qualification. Apart from this, they must also have a Diploma in a relevant engineering field.

Physical Standards:

Height: The height for male candidates is 152.5 cm; 152 cm for female candidates. The minimum height accepted for candidates belonging to the hilly areas of North East or Uttarakhand will be 147 cm. In the case of candidates from Lakshadweep, the minimum height will be 150 cm.

Weight: In proportion to height and age.

Chest: Minimum Chest for Male Candidates: 77 cm and chest expansion should be at least 05 cm, For Female Candidates: Chest wall should be well proportioned and well developed, and the minimum range of expansion should be 05 cm.

Hearing Capacity: Should have normal hearing capacity i.e. should be able to hear whisper from a distance of 06 meters with each ear.

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