IAF Recruitment: Last date of application for Agniveervayu is near, apply soon

IAF Agniveer: The last date to apply for the Agniveervayu recruitment drawn out by the Indian Air Force is drawing near. Let us know how to apply for this.

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IAF Agniveer Recruitment 2023: This is the last chance for the youth who are dreaming of joining the Indian Air Force. Air force Agniveervayu recruitment process is about to end. IAF Agniveer The last date to apply for is 31 March. IAF Agniveervayu Recruitment Exam will be conducted on 20th May. Eligible and interested youth can apply online by visiting the official website agnipathvayu.cdac.in. Only unmarried male and female candidates can apply for Agniveervayu.

The registration process for Air Force Agniveer recruitment is still going on. For this reason, candidates are told that they should apply for this job as soon as possible. Let us know what is the Eligibility Criteria for Agniveervayu Recruitment, how to apply for the job? IAF Agniveer Recruitment Official Notification

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How to apply for IAF Agniveer Recruitment?

  • Official website to apply for Agniveervayu www.agnipathvayu.cdac.in Go to
  • Now you have to go to the Candidate Login tab.
  • Candidates have to register themselves.
  • After this login using the generated ID and password.
  • Fill the application form and fill the details asked.
  • Fill all the necessary documents.
  • At last pay the application fee and take a print out of it.

What is IAF Agniveer Eligibility?

The youth applying for Agniveervayu Recruitment should have at least 50% marks in Maths, Physics and English in the 12th class board exam. This educational qualification is for science stream students. Youth with engineering diploma should have at least 50 percent marks.

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Youth with two-year vocational degree should have at least 50 percent marks, in which study of two non-vocational subjects maths and physics is compulsory. For students of streams other than science stream, there should be at least 50 percent marks in the 12th board exam. It is also necessary to have 50 percent marks in English.