The Indian Air Force (IAF) is likely to take the STAR test in the third week of August. The examination is conducted for the selection of airmen at the IAF. “The STAR 01/2020 exam is tentatively scheduled in the third week of August 2020. In addition, updates will be available on the CASB web portal (https://airmenselection.cdac.in). Candidates should view the web portal regularly ” IAF has notified on its website.
The exam was scheduled for March 2020.
Through STAR, the Indian Air Force selects Airman Candidates in the ‘X’ Group Exchanges (except the Education Instructor Trade) and the ‘Y’ Group Exchanges except the Mobile Car Technician, the Indian Air Force ( police), the Indian Air Force (security) and exchanges of musicians. .
For Group ‘X’ exchanges, candidates will be selected based on an online test that will last 60 minutes and will understand English, Physics and Mathematics according to the CBSE 10 + 2 study program. For Group ‘Y’ exchanges, candidates will be selected based on an online test that will last 45 minutes and will understand English based on the 10 + 2 CBSE syllabus and reasoning and general awareness.
For candidates who have requested Group ‘X’ and Group ‘Y’ exchanges, the duration of the online test will be 85 minutes and will include English, Physics and Mathematics according to the 10 + 2 CBSE syllabus and reasoning and general awareness.
On the bogus exam-related notices being distributed, the IAF has said: “We have noticed that some of the candidates who applied for enrollment for admission 02/2020 have received emails of some false identification indicating postponement of the registration dates, which is not correct. ”
Candidates are advised to ignore such bogus emails and to report for enrollment according to the date, time, and location mentioned in their electronic call letter / Enrollment List published on June 9, 2020. It is reiterated that enrollment for Airmen Intake 02/2020 will be done according to the original plan mentioned in the candidates’ electronic call letters, “reads the notice published by the IAF.
The initial period of participation of airmen in the IAF is 20 years, which can be extended up to the age of 57 years. Prospects for promotion to the rank of Chief Petty Officer exist for deserving candidates. There are also opportunities to become a commissioned officer for those airmen who qualify for the prescribed exam later in their service career, according to information provided by the IAF on its website.