IAF Admit Card 2021: CASB releases Indian Airmen exam hall ticket on website, check details
On Saturday, IAF X and Y Admit Card 2021 have been released by the Central Airmen Selection Board (CASB). The exam would begin from July 12, 2021, to July 18, 2021.Author : Divyanshi Soni
Central Airmen Selection Board has released the Admit Card for the Indian Airforce X and Y examination. The hall tickets are released for those students whose IAF examinations are scheduled from 12 July and would be concluded on 18 July. Candidates can download their IAF admit cards by visiting the official website – airmenselection.cdac.in and you may also download it from the below-mentioned link. Candidates can log in using their registered email IDs and password.
There is no official information on the homepage of the CASB website but the IAF X and Y Admit Card 2021 were posted by CDAC on their official website, today.
Earlier, the exams were postponed due to the prevailing Covid-19 situation but later, the board decided to conduct the exams from July 12, 2021.
Here’s how to download IAF X and Y Admit Card 2021:
1.) Visit the official website of Airmen CDAC – airmenselection.cdac.in.
2.) On the homepage go to the ‘Candidate Tab’.
3.) Click on the ‘Login for 01/2022’ option or click to the direct link – IAF Admit card.
4.) Enter the required details and click on the ‘sign in’ button.
5.) Download the IAF X and Y Admit Card 2021.
6.) Take out a printout of the admit card for any future references (optional).
IAF Airmen Exam Pattern:
X-Exam group: There would be questions related to English, Physics and Mathematics (as per class 12th CBSE syllabus). The duration of the exam would be 60 minutes.
Y-Exam group: There would be questions related to English (as per class 12th CBSE syllabus), Reasoning and General Awareness. The duration of the exam would be 45 minutes.
X and Y Group trades: There would be questions related to English, Physics, and Maths (as per Class 12th CBSE syllabus) and Reasoning and General Awareness. The duration of the exam would be 85 minutes.
Each question would carry 1 mark and 0.25 marks would be deducted for every wrong answer.