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Agniveer Vayu Other than Science (GP-Y) Mock Test-1
50 Questions
45 Min
50 Marks
Result Date :

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1.   This Selection Test is to become an Agniveervayu of IAF and is not for selection as Commissioned Officers/Pilots/Navigators/Airmen. The examination is valid for Agniveervayu: Intake – 01/2024 only.

2.   This Selection Test is for eligible "UNMARRIED" MALE/FEMALE Indian candidates.

3.   The testing procedure for recruitment as Agniveervayu in IAF consists of three phases as outlined below:-


Type of Test

Testing Location

STAR Phase-I

Online Written Test

At an allotted Centre


Physical Fitness Test and AT-II Test



Medical Fitness Test

At a Medical Centre of IAF


All successfully registered candidates will be issued with an Admit Card for STAR Phase-I on their respective e-mail IDs. The admit card can also be downloaded from candidate login. Marks scored by the candidates in STAR Phase-I Testing will be “Normalised” by using the formula as published on the web site https://agnipathvayu.cdac.in to take into account variation in difficulty levels of the question papers across different sessions. Candidates are to note that the application of Cut-Off for shortlisting candidates for STAR Phase-II testing and preparation of Final Merit List for selection will be based on “Normalised Marks” and not on the “Actual Marks” scored by the candidate in STAR Phase-I testing. Further, on normalisation, marks scored by a candidate in a subject may become less/more than actual marks, and more than total marks of that subject in exceptional cases.

Note: For STAR Phase-I Test: No original document/photocopy is required to be carried by the candidates for appearing in STAR Phase-I online written test. Candidates are to carry only a coloured printout of their Admit Card along with Aadhar Card. Candidates form J&K, Assam and Meghalaya who have not opted for Aadhar Card should carry a valid photo identity proof. Candidates to read the instructions carefully and are to report at an exam centre as per date and time written on Admit Card. The result of STAR Phase-I and the list of shortlisted candidates for STAR Phase-II, based on their performance in STAR Phase-I online written test, will be subsequently uploaded on website within one month from the date of online exam.

Note: For STAR Phase-II Test: If shortlisted, the admit card can also be downloaded from candidates’ login. All original documents/certificates (as applicable) along with self-attested photocopies will be required to be produced for appearing in STAR Phase-II test. The relevant instructions will be printed on STAR Phase-II Admit Card. Candidates are to read the instructions carefully and to report with a coloured printout of Admit Card and original documents/certificates and STAR Phase-I Admit Card at an ASC as per date and time written over it.

4.   Meaning of Air Force Personnel: A serving/retired/discharged/deceased personnel i.e., Officer / Airmen / NCs(E) or a Civilian paid out of Defence Services Estimate.

5.   Meaning of COAFP: COAFP means Children of Air Force Personnel.

6.   In the download section:-

a.   Form-I – is Service Certificate in respect of serving NCs(E) of IAF.

b.   Form-II – is Certificate for Children of serving Air Force Personnel (other than civilians).

c.   Form-III – is Certificate for Children of serving/retired/deceased Air Force civilian employees.

Note: For Children of discharged/retired/deceased personnel, the following document (as applicable) will be required to be produced in original, when and if called for STAR Phase-II exam.

a.   Discharge Book issued in respect of Discharged personnel {Airmen/NCs(E)}.

b.   Service Book issued in respect of Retired Officers.

c.   Service Particular Certificate issued by DAV in respect of personnel {Airmen/NCs(E)} died while in service.

d.   Casualty Service Particulars Certificate issued by DPO-3 in respect of Officers died while in Service.




Should be an Indian Citizen.

Age Criteria

a.   The minimum age limit for enrolment in IAF as an Agniveervayu is 17½ years as on date of enrolment and maximum age limit is 21 years as on date of enrolment. However, exact Date of Birth block as published in advertisement is to be followed.

b.   In case, a candidate clears all the stages of the Selection Procedure, then the upper age limit as on date of enrolment should be 21 years.

Marital Status and Pregnancy

Only unmarried Indian male and female candidates are eligible for enrolment as Agniveervayu in IAF. And they shall undertake not to marry during the defined engagement period of four years. Keeping in view limited period of engagement of Agniveervayu inclusive of training, skill development activities, practical as well as formative assessment and organisational requirement of continued service of Agniveervayu during the engagement period, longer absence of Agniveervayu during the engagement period will adversely affect the operational efficiency of the Indian Air Force. Agniveervayu who marry during the said period shall be discharged from the service. Further, only unmarried Agniveervayu will be eligible for selection in regular cadre as Airman. Female candidates additionally shall be required to undertake not to get pregnant during the engagement period. Such women Agniveervayu on becoming Low Medical Category (LMC) due to pregnancy shall be liable to be discharged from service. Pregnancy will debar the women Agniveervayu for selection into Regular Cadre. At the time of enrolment, candidates shall require to sign a voluntary undertaking accepting above conditions”.

Education Criteria

Eligibility for Civilian Candidates

(a) Science Subjects :-

     i.        Candidates should have passed Class 10+2/Intermediate/Equivalent examination with Mathematics, Physics and English from an Education Board recognized by Central/ State/UT Govt with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English.


    ii.        Should have passed three years Diploma Course in Engineering (Mechanical/ Electrical / Electronics/ Automobile/ Computer Science/ Instrumentation Technology/ Information Technology) from Polytechnic Institute recognized by Central/State/UT Govt with 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Diploma Course (or in Intermediate/Matriculation, if English is not a subject in Diploma Course).


  iii.        Should have passed two years Vocational course with non-vocational subject viz. Physics and Mathematics from Education Boards recognized by Central/State/UT Govt with 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Vocational Course (or in Intermediate/Matriculation, if English is not a subject in Vocational Course).

(b) Other than Science Subjects:-

     i.        Should have passed Intermediate/10+2/Equivalent Examination in any stream/subjects from Education Board recognized by Central/State/UT Govt minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English.


    ii.        Passed two years vocational course from Education Boards recognized by Central/State/UT Govt with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Vocational Course or in Intermediate/Matriculation if English is not a subject in Vocational Course.

Candidate eligible for Science Subjects examination (Including Intermediate/10+2/three years’ diploma course in engineering or two years vocational course with non-vocational subjects of Physics and Maths) are also eligible for Other than Science Subjects and would be given an option of appearing in both Science Subjects and Other than Science Subjects examination in one sitting while filling up the online registration form.

Education Boards recognized by Central/State/UT Govt as on date of registration will only be permitted.

Exact aggregate Percentage of marks before decimal as written in the marks sheet of 10+2/Intermediate/Equivalent Examination/Three years Diploma Course/Two years Vocational Course OR calculated as per the rules of concerned Education Board/Polytechnic Institute will only be considered (For example 49.99% should be taken as 49% and not be rounded off to 50%).

Candidate must possess his/her unique valid e-mail ID and mobile number for filling of online application. All communication with candidate will be done on his/her registered e-mail ID only.

Agniveervayu will not be permitted to marry during their entire tenure of four years in the IAF. A candidate may be dismissed from service if he / she marries during his / her tenure or is found to be already married inspite of giving certificate of being “unmarried”.


To get selected as an Agniveervayu, the candidate must be physically and mentally fit to perform duties in any part of the world, climate and terrain. To check the Physical/Medical standards to become an Agniveervayu, Click here...

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