Indian Air Force Recruitment For Sportsmen and Other Positions

Organization Name:

Indian Air Force

Advertisement No:

02/2021

Name of The Post:

Group ‘Y’ (Non-Technical Trades)

Job Description:

Indian Air Force offers opportunities for UNMARRIED MALE INDIAN / NEPALESE CITIZENS to join as Outstanding Sportsmen. The Selection Trials for Recruitment of Outstanding Sportsmen in Group ‘Y’ (Non-Technical Trades) will be held at New Willingdon Camp, Air Force Station New Delhi, Lok Kalyan Marg, New Delhi – 110003, from 26 April 21 to 28 April 2021 at 0700 hrs (07:00 AM) and Sports Specific trials in Delhi and NCR in following Sports Disciplines:

Number of the posts:

Rally

Pay Scale:

During training, a stipend of Rs.14,600/- per month will be paid. On completion of training, starting gross emoluments at the minimum of scale of pay including Military Service Pay (MSP) will be 26,900/- per month including Dearness Allowances (DA) as applicable which, in subsequent year, may rise as per career progression of the individual.

Age Limit:

As per organization Rules.

Education/Qualification:

Passed Intermediate /10+2 / Class XII / Equivalent Examination in any stream /subjects approved by Central/State Boards of education. Education Boards listed in Council of Boards for School Education(COBSE) website as members, as on last date of submission of application, shall only be
permitted.

Apply Mode:

Online

Job Location:

New Delhi

About Organization :

The Indian Air Force was officially established on 8 October 1932. Its first ac flight came into being on 01 Apr 1933. It possessed a strength of six RAF-trained officers and 19 Havai Sepoys (literally, air soldiers). The aircraft inventory comprised of four Westland Wapiti IIA army co-operation biplanes at Drigh Road as the “A” Flight nucleus of the planned No.1 (Army Co- operation) Squadron. Four-and-a-half years later, “A” Flight was in action for the first time from Miranshah, in North Waziristan, to support Indian Army operations against insurgent Bhittani tribesmen. Meanwhile, in April 1936, a “B” Flight had also been formed on the vintage Wapiti. But, it was not until June 1938 that a “C” Flight was raised to bring No. 1 Squadron ostensibly to full strength, and this remained the sole IAF formation when World War II began, although personnel strength had by now risen to 16 officers and 662 men. Problems concerning the defense of India were reassessed in 1939 by the Chatfield Committee. It proposed the re-equipment of RAF (Royal Air Force) squadrons based in lndia but did not make any suggestions for the accelerating the then painfully slow growth of IAF except for a scheme to raise five flights on a voluntary basis to assist in the defense of the principal ports. An IAF Volunteer Reserve was thus authorized, although equipping of the proposed Coastal Defense Flights (CDFs) was somewhat inhibited by aircraft availability. Nevertheless, five such flights were established with No. 1 at Madras, No. 2 at Bombay, No. 3 at Calcutta, No. 4 at Karachi and No. 5 at Cochin. No. 6 was later formed at Vizagapatam. Built up around a nucleus of regular IAF and RAF personnel, these flights were issued with both ex-RAF Wapitis and those relinquished by No. 1 Squadron IAF after its conversion to the Hawker Hart. In the event, within a year, the squadron was to revert back to the Wapiti because of spares shortages, the aged Westland biplanes being supplemented by a flight of Audaxes.

Important Dates:

26-03-2021

Last Date:

26-04-2021

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