Frequently Asked Questions

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Dear Candidates,
Queries of general nature are covered below. You are advised to read them before approaching CASB for any clarification. Procedure for Selection / Enrolment may change from time to time due to change in policy.

Ans: The minimum age limit for enrolment in IAF as an Agniveervayu is 17 ½ years as on the date of enrolment and the maximum age limit is 23 years as on date of enrolment. However, exact Date of Birth block as published in advertisement is to be followed.
Ans: Yes you are eligible, provided the Board/University is mentioned in the COBSE (Council of Board of School Education) list. The same can be checked on the website www.cobse.org.in. The updated COBSE of the day prior to start of Phase-II will be considered for this purpose.
Ans: No, only candidates having 50% & above in aggregate and atleast 50% in English, are eligible to appear in Agniveervayu recruitment test of IAF.
Ans: : You are eligible provided your aggregate and English marks in XII/ Intermediate is 50% or above.
Ans: No, there is no such waiver. Each candidate has to appear and qualify all the stages of Selection Test.
Ans: No, there is no additional marks for NCC ‘A’, ‘B’ or ‘C’ certificates in the Written Test. However, 5, 6 or 7 marks are awarded in the final merit list for NCC A, B or C certificates respectively to the candidates who qualify all the stages of Selection Tests.
Ans: No, there is no age relaxation for Agniveervayu recruitment in IAF for Graduate/Post Graduate candidates or for any other courses.
Ans: No, only shortlisted candidates are issued with Admit Card for Phase-II Selection Test.
Ans: Shortlisting of candidates for Phase-II is done by applying cut-off to call a sizeable number of candidates for Phase-II testing at various ASCs. Candidate’s name appearing as having been shortlisted solely depends upon the performance of the candidates in the online Written Test. This list only depicts names of candidates who have qualified to appear in Phase-II testing i.e, the second phase of testing. The number of candidates figuring in this list is drawn considering the likely vacancies and wastage during subsequent stages of testing.
Ans: Merely obtaining passing marks in the Phase-I Selection Test is not sufficient for issue of Admit Card for Phase-II Selection Test. Admit card for Phase-II Selection Test is issued to candidates who meet the cut off criteria applied for Phase-II Selection Test.
Ans: Candidates who have cleared the Selection Tests comprising of Written Test, PFT-I, PFT-II, Adaptability Test-I and Adaptability Test-II, and have undergone Medical Test (whether declared Fit or Unfit), have to secure place in Provisional Select List (PSL) published pertaining to the exam cycle in which one has cleared the Selection Test.
Ans: It is a list of candidates (published as per their Roll Number) who could not make it in PSL as they are low in merit.
Ans: Merely clearing the Selection Tests does not guarantee appearing of names in the PSL. Names not appearing in the PSL denotes that you are low in merit. You can also check for the PSL Cut off marks printed on PSL to compare your individual score in selection test.
Ans: Green Cards are issued to the candidates who pass the Medical Examination during Selection Tests. Issue of Green Card does not give any guarantee for enrolment in IAF. Medical Examination is one among the various criteria for enrolment and it only denotes medical Status of the candidates.
Ans: CSV stands for “Certificate Subject to Verification”. This is because, there is an anomaly in your documents/certificates. This was intimated to you at the time of Selection Test and an undertaking was given by you to clear the anomaly and produce corrected certificate(s) within the given timeframe. The indication of ‘CSV’ against your name in PSL denotes that you have to clear the CSV status within the stipulated time. The candidature of candidates who fail to get the CSV cleared within the stipulated timeframe, gets automatically cancelled on the day of enrolment. However, keeping in view the procedural delay in Educational Boards, your candidature is not cancelled and your CSV status is maintained to avoid cancellation of candidature. You are advised to get the anomaly cleared by the date as mentioned on the first page of PSL. If the CSV is not cleared, your candidature will get automatically cancelled on the day of enrolment.

Ans: To clear the CSV status, you have to report to Commanding Officer of any one of the fourteen ASCs which is located close to your place/convenient to you. You have to produce the following documents for clearance of CSV status:-

  1. CSV Undertaking Certificate handed over to you at the time of Selection Test.
  2. All Original Documents that you have produced in support of your qualification at the time of Selection Test. Also, all original documents you want to produce for clearance of your CSV status.
  3. Three sets of self-attested photocopies of these documents.
ASC will verify these documents. The photocopies will be retained by the ASC and the original documents after verification, will be handed over to you.
Ans: A copy of the PSL Display List will be available at the ASC under which you have appeared in the selection test. In case you have appeared in Recruitment Rally conducted by IAF, a copy of PSL Display List will also be available in District Collector’s /District Magistrate’s Office under whose jurisdiction the Rally has been conducted.
Ans: e-Call Letters are dispatched to candidates well in advance on the e-mail ID provided by the candidates at the time of Selection Tests. In case, you do not receive e-Call Letter, you can take print out of the page of enrolment list in which your name appears from website https://agnipathvayu.cdac.in and report to the concerned ASC at the time and date mentioned therein. You are also advised to download and bring along the duly filled ‘Consent form’ (applicable only for the candidates below 18 years of age on the date of enrolment), follow the instructions given in the ‘Joining Instructions’ and ‘Instructions for candidates’ available on the website.
Ans: Yes, you have to report as directed in your e-Call Letter, else you will be marked as absent and your candidature against your Roll Number will automatically get cancelled. Thereafter, you will not be considered for future enrolments against that Roll Number. Candidates are called as ‘Stand by’ to cater for shortfall which arises due to non-availability of Main candidates on the day of enrolment due to various reasons ie. Absenteeism, Unwillingness, Medical Unfitness etc.
Ans: At the time of enrolment of the candidate before final induction at the concerned ASC, a fresh medical examination is carried out to ascertain the fitness of the individual on the day of enrolment. Any shortfall in medical fitness vis-à-vis the entry medical standards will entail rejection even at this stage.
Ans: No, you will not be considered. You have to report to CO, ASC on date and time as directed in your e-Call Letter. Enrolment is a time bound activity and it is to be completed as per schedule. If you do not report as directed in your e-Call Letter, you will be marked as ABSENT on the day of enrolment and the next eligible ‘STAND BY’ candidate as per merit, will be enrolled. Your candidature will get cancelled automatically and you will not be called for future enrolments in IAF against that Roll Number.
Ans: No, merely clearing the selection test or securing place in PSL does not give guarantee for enrolment in IAF. You have to undergo whole enrolment process and your enrolment will be subjected to availability of vacancy on the date of enrolment, your merit position and your medical fitness.
Ans: No, you will not be considered for future enrolments against that Roll No as the PSL in which your name figured is valid for only one Intake and it will get expired before enrolment for next Intake. However, you may appear afresh if you meet the eligibility criteria for the next Agniveervayu selection examination but no weightage of your this attempt will be given.
Ans: No, there is no such provision of lien for candidates called for enrolment as the Selection Tests are conducted for enrolment in a particular Intake only.
Ans: Intimation regarding your Medical Fitness had not been received at CASB at the time of publishing of PSL. However, if you are medically fit and figure in the merit list, you will be called for enrolment which will be subject to your medical fitness during pre-enrolment and availability of vacancies.
Ans: If the delay in enrolment is due to unforeseen circumstances or pandemic, necessary waivers will be given as per the policy in vogue.
Ans: The PSL is valid only for one Intake. Hence, your candidature against the existing Roll No makes you eligible for enrolment in the same Intake only as per the policy in vogue.
Ans: Only candidates are permitted to come to the enrolment venue. Parents / Guardians are advised not to accompany the candidates as accommodation may be an issue in towns where enrolment is being conducted, due to COVID-19 situation.
Ans: If your name figures in the enrolment list published on CASB website https://agnipathvayu.cdac.in you can take print out of the page of enrolment list in which your name appears from website https://agnipathvayu.cdac.in and report to the concerned ASC at the time and date mentioned therein. You are also advised to download and bring along the duly filled ‘Consent form’ (applicable only for the candidates below 18 years of age on the date of enrolment), follow the instructions given in the ‘Joining Instructions’ and ‘Instructions for candidates’ available on the website.
Ans: If you have forgotten your registered Login ID, then you will have to contact CDAC on telephone number –020-25503105/106 or e-mail to casbiaf@cdac.in. Further, candidates are informed through advertisement to create personal/active e-mail ID as it is required for all the communication with the candidates like sending of Phase-I & II Admit Card, Phase-I result, e-Call letter etc.

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