Agniveer Vayu 01/2025 Notification Out: Apply for Air Force Vacancies!

The official notification and online application forms for Air Force Agniveer 01/2025 have been made available by the Air Force. The Air Force Agniveer Vayu 01/2025 official notification was announced on February 1, 2024, and applications will be accepted from February 17 to February 20, 2024.

Indian Air Force Agniveer Vayu 01/2025

Candidates who wish to apply using the Air Force Agniveer Vayu Online Form are encouraged to carefully review all the information before submitting their application. Between January 17, 2024, and June 2, 2024, online application forms will be accepted.

Air Force Agniveer VAYU 01/2025

The Indian Air Force is inviting ONLINE applications from single Indian male and female candidates for a selection test starting on March 17, 2024, by the New HR methodology for inducting Agniveervayu under the “Agnipath Scheme,” which aims to allow the country’s youth to experience military life for four years. The number and employability of female candidates will be determined based on the needs of the service.

How can I apply for the Air Force Agniveer Vayu 01/2025 position?

Applicants wishing to apply for “Air Force Agniveer Vayu 01/2025” are recommended to carefully follow the instructions on the application to ensure proper completion.

  • Applications must be submitted online at, the Air Force’s official recruitment website.
  • To register with the proper information, click the “New Registration” button now.
  • Upon registering, you will receive a registration ID and password on your registered email address and mobile number. Use this information to log in and complete the application.
  • After that, upload the necessary, important documents.
  • Apply fees should be paid if necessary.
  • You can now submit your application and print a copy.

Air Force Agniveer Vayu 01/2025: Overview

Article NameAir Force Agniveer Vayu 01/2025
DepartmentIndian Air Force
Advt. Number01/2025
Article TypeLatest Job
No. of Vacancies3500 Vacancies (Expected)
Registration Dates17/01/2024 to 06/02/2024
Apply ModeOnline
Official Website

Important Documents for Completing Forms

  • Scan of a current passport-sized color photo
  • Educational Qualifications Scanned Signature
  • Residence Certificate with Valid Identity Proof, if any
  • Caste, non-creamy layer, and/or EWS certificate, if any
  • If applicable, a certificate of disability
  • Additional pertinent records, if any

Important Date

  • Start Date for Apply Online: 17/01/2024
  • Last Date for Apply Online: 06/02/2024
  • Exam Date: 17/032024

Application Fee

  • For All Candidates: Rs. 550/- + GST
  • Online Form: Online Form

Age Limit

  • Candidates born between 02 January 2004 and 02 July 2007 (both dates inclusive) are eligible to apply.
  • Age relaxation is applicable as per Notification rules

Selection Process

The Air Force Agniveer Vayu 01/2025 selection procedure will be concluded with the following tests:

  • Medical Standards Test
  • Physical Fitness Test
  • Written Exam

The general health criteria for both male and female Agniveer Vayu candidates are as follows:

Height: 152.5 cm is the minimum height that is permitted.
Chest: A minimum of 5 cm can be expanded.
Weight: Depending on age and height.
Hearing: The candidate should be able to hear naturally, meaning that each ear can distinguish a forced whisper at a distance of six meters.
Dental: At least 14 dental points, a decent set of teeth, and healthy gums are required.
Visual standards: PRK/LASIK corneal surgery is not appropriate. visual specifications as needed by Indian Air Force guidelines.

Physical Fitness Test (PET) of Agniveer Vayu

To be eligible for the Agniveer Vayu Recruitment 2023 PET, both male and female candidates must meet the following requirements:

Male candidates must finish the 1.6 km run in 7 minutes, and female candidates must finish in 8 minutes.
Within 7 minutes for men and 8 minutes for women, complete 10 pushups, 10 situps, and 20 squats.

Selection Process

Phase 1: Online Test

To appear in the selection test, eligible candidates will receive provisional admit cards for Phase I of the test via their registered email addresses 48–72 hours before the exam. They will download and print the admit cards in color, bring them to the testing location on the day of the online exam, and follow the instructions on each card.

Through the candidate’s login on the CASB website,, the candidate can also download this provisional admit card.
The online test will be objective, with bilingual questions in both Hindi and English, except for the English paper.

The online test will be administered in a single sitting on the same system to applicants who choose to take both science and non-science subjects. Applicants must bring their authentic AADHAR card and one blue or black pen to the Phase I testing.

The following are the test’s specifics: –

(a) Science Subjects: The online test will last 60 minutes and cover English, Physics, and Mathematics by the CBSE syllabus for 10+2.

(b) Subjects Other Than Science: Reasoning & General Awareness (RAGA) and English according to the CBSE 10+2 syllabus will be covered in the 45-minute online test.

(c) Science and Non-Science Subjects: The online test will last for 85 minutes total and include Reasoning and General Awareness (RAGA) as well as English, Physics, and Mathematics according to the 10+2 CBSE syllabus.
(d) Marking pattern for online test:-:

  • (i) For each right response, receive one mark.
  • (ii) No points for a question that is not attempted.
  • (iii) For every incorrect response, 0.25 points will be taken away.

Phase 2: Selection

A cut-off will be applied shortly after the Phase I (online) test results are announced, and candidates who are shortlisted will get a new admit card for the Phase II test at a scheduled ASC via their registered email addresses.
Through the candidate’s login on the CASB website,, these admission cards for the Phase-II exam can also be retrieved online.
The following documentation must be brought with the candidate when they report at the designated ASC on the date and time specified for Phase II:”-
(a) Phase-II admission card printed in color.
(a) After completing the online registration process, download the properly completed application form and print it in color.
(c) Writing instruments: black/blue ballpoint pen, glue stick, stapler, eraser, sharpener, and HB pencil.
(d) Eight copies of the passport-size color photo that was used for the online application registration, but without authentication.
(e) Four self-attested photocopies of the matriculation passing certificate in addition to the original (needed to confirm the candidate’s identity, father’s name, and birthdate).
(f) Original and four self-attested photocopies of the matriculation marks sheet (applicable only to holders of three-year diplomas in which English is not a subject).
(g) The original certificate of passing the Intermediate, 10+2, or equivalent examination, as well as four self-attested photocopies of the marks sheet. OR The original diploma from the three-year diploma program, along with four self-attested photocopies, and the mark sheets from each semester. OR The original certificate of completion from a two-year vocational course, along with four self-attested photocopies, along with all mark sheets from non-vocational courses including English, Physics, and Mathematics.
(h) A certificate for sons of active, retired, or deceased civilian Air Force personnel is available for SOAFP (Son of Air Force Personnel).
(j) The original Phase-I admit card, which bears the invigilator’s signature and the Air Force seal, was utilized during the Phase-I test.
(k) Four self-attested photocopies of the NCC “A,” “B,” or “C” certificate in addition to the original (if applicable).

Education/ Eligibility Criteria

Science Subjects:

  • Candidates must have received at least 50% of their total points and 50% of their English marks in the Intermediate/10+2/Equivalent test, which included mathematics, physics, and English and was administered by Education Boards approved by the Central, State, and UT governments.
  • OR Completed a three-year engineering diploma program (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Automobile, Computer Science, Instrumentation Technology, Information Technology) from a Central, State, or UT-recognized polytechnic institute, earning 50% of the total points possible and 50% of the points in the English language course (or intermediate/matriculation, if English is not a subject in the diploma program).
  • Option 1: Completed a two-year vocational course with non-vocational subjects like mathematics and physics from Education Boards approved by the Central, State, and UT; 50% of the marks were earned overall, and 50% went toward English in the vocational course (or intermediate/matriculation, if English wasn’t a subject).

Other Than Science Subjects:

  • Passed the Intermediate, 10+2, or equivalent exam in any stream or topic from Education Boards approved by the Central, State, and UT with at least 50% overall and 50% in English. Or
  • A minimum of 50% in aggregate and 50% in English in the two-year vocational course (or in Intermediate / Matriculation if English is not a subject in the vocational course) must have been passed from Education Boards recognized by Central, State, and UT

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