The Indian Air Force has invited applications from unmarried male candidates born between April 1, 1990 and May 31, 1994 to become air warriors. The selection will be through a test to be held in February 2011 in Group X Technical trades.

A release from the IAF said that candidates should have passed intermediate/SSLC/HSLC with pass marks in Mathematics and Physics subjects with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in overall aggregate and pass in each subject. Or else the candidates should have passed a three-year diploma course in engineering/mechanical/electrical/electronics/automobile/computer science/instrumentation technology/information technology with at least 50 per cent marks from a government recognised polytechnic institute.

For details and application, the candidates could refer the Employment News dated October 9 to 15. Last date for receipt of application at Central Airmen Selection Board, Post Box No. 11807, New Delhi 110010 would be November 8. For details, the candidates could log on to www.indianairforce.nic.in. The address for contact is 8 Airmen Selection Centre, Air Force Station, Tambaram - Chennai 600 046 and telephone number is 044-22791583.

Selection in the Indian Air Force is free and fair and only on merit. At no stage any money is required to be paid to any one for selection or recruitment. IAF requested the candidates and parents not to fall prey to unscrupulous persons posing as recruiting agents.

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