NDA SSB Interview 2021: Check Date, Eligibility, Selection Procedure, Medical Standards

NDA SSB Interview 2021: Check Date, Eligibility, Selection Procedure, Medical Standards

ByDhruv Kumar  |  Updated on: Apr 1, 2021NDA SSB Interview 2021 details are shared here including the important dates, entire step by step Interview process, Medical Standards, Exam Procedure and more.
NDA SSB Interview 2021 details are shared here including the important dates, entire step by step Interview process, Medical Standards, Exam Procedure and more.
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What is NDA SSB Interview?

The NDA SSB (Service Selection Board) is an organization which is established by the Ministry of Defence, India. NDA SSB is the body that schedule, organize & conduct the NDA SSB Interview of the aspirants applying for Indian Military Forces. The NDA SSB Screens the candidates for the Army, Navy & Air Force.

This procedure will be organized at the NDA SSB Centres (which are designated by NDA SSB). The NDA SSB Interview 2021 also involves Intelligence and Personality Test.

Aspirants applying for the Air Force, even have to qualify the CPSS (Computerised Pilot Selection System) & PABT (Pilot Aptitude Battery Test) separately.

NDA SSB Interview 2021 Round

Aspirants have to qualify for one of the below exams for undergoing the SSB Interview. The exams are:

  • National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (NDA & NA Exam)

The NDA SSB Interview will be scheduled for the qualified candidates which are followed by upper given exams. It will be compulsory for all qualified candidates to appear in the interview round for the final selection.

The final selection will be made on the reference of the marks secured by the candidates in the examination and interview. Aspirants have to report for NDA SSB rounds on the particular date intimated to the candidates in the call letter for interview.

The NDA SSB Interview 2021 is five days long procedure that involves two stages of testing as stage I and stage II. Stage I will consist of OIR (Officer Intelligence Rating) and PP & DT (Picture Perception & Description Test). Stage II will consist of Interview, Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology Tests & the Conference. These all tests will be organized over 4 or 5 days. The complete process will carry 900 marks.

NDA SSB Interview 2021 Date

NDA SSB Interview 2021 date not announced yet. However, the authority will release the SSB interview dates for the NDA exam with the latest official notice.

Event

Date

NDA 1 Exam Date 2021

18th April 2021

NDA Result 2021

30th June 2021

NDA SSB Interview 2021 

to be announced later

All about NDA SSB Entries (10+2)

Eligibility Criterion for Indian Army 10+2 TES Entry:

The TES stand for Technical Entry Scheme, as the name suggests, it is a technical entry to enter into Indian army as an officer. The TES is more or less like UES & TGC entries of the Indian army, but in the case of UES & TGC aspirants apply for it after doing their engineering from the outside; TES is an opportunity for the candidates to join the technical branch of the Indian army after 10+2 but according to the vacancies aspirants can join other fields also such as infantry, artillery etc.

  • Nationality: An aspirant must either be:
    • (i) A citizen of India, or
    • (ii) A subject of Bhutan, or
    • (iii) A subject of Nepal, or
    • (iv) A Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 1st of January 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India or
    • (v) A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Burma, and East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, the United Republic of Tanzania, Malawi, Zaire Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.

Provided that an aspirant belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (iv) & (v) above, shall be a person in whose oblige a certificate of eligibility issued by Govt. of India is necessary, may be admitted to the examination provisionally subject to the compulsory certificate being given to him by the Govt. before the declaration of result by NDA SSB or join the training.

  • Age: 16½ years & above 19½ years
  • Education: Only those aspirants who have passed the 10+2 Examination or its equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 70 per cent marks in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics from a recognized education board are eligible to apply for this particular entry. The eligibility condition for calculating PCM percentage of various state or central boards will be based on marks obtained in 12th Class only.

Note: Height relaxable up to 2.5 centimetres may be allowed where the Medical Board authorizes that the aspirant is likely to grow & to meet the required standard on completion of his training.

Indian Army 10+2 TES Entry Training

The total training will be five years, details are as under:

Basic Military Training: 1 year (Officer Training Academy Gaya).

Technical Training:

  • Phase-I (Pre Commission Training): 3 Years (CME Pune or MCTE Mhow or MCEME Secunderabad),
  • Phase-II (Post Commission Training): 1 year at CME Pune or MCTE Mhow or MCEME Secunderabad.

Award of Degree: The aspirants will be awarded an Engineering degree after the successful conclusion of training as given out in Para 6 (a) & (b) above. No ante date seniority preference will be admissible to aspirants on account of this Engineering degree. In case any candidate fails to qualify in the following year examination, the similar will result in loss of seniority to them & they will forfeit seniority to the period of delay in passing the Engineering degree examination. If candidates fail to qualify even within 3 years of their commissioning, their commission will be terminated.

Type of Commission: On successful completion of four years of the course, cadets will be then granted Permanent Commission in the Army in the rank of Lt.

Seniority: Cadets will be granted seniority on total order of merit of the three technical institutes combined i.e. CME, MCEME, MCTE and in case the date of commissioning coincides with that of the IMA, Dehradun, cadets will be placed en-block junior to IMA (NDA or ACC or DE Course).

Indian Army 10+2 TES Entry Vacancies

90 Vacancies are provisional & it can be changed depending on the training capacity at the training Academy for the course. The vacancies are subject to increase or decrease keeping the organizational requirement at the point of time.

Procedure for Indian Army 10+2 TES Entry Selection

  • Aspirants will be shortlisted based on the cut percentage applied as decided by the Rtg Dte.
  • The shortlisted candidates will be intimated via e-mail or SMS regarding their Selection Centre allotment.
  • Once the Selection Centre has been allotted, aspirants will select their NDA SSB dates on the first cum first serve basis by logging on to resp. selection centre links forwarded via e-mail.
  • The shortlisted candidates will be put via NDA SSB interview at Bhopal, Bengaluru or Allahabad. The interviews will be held in February or March 2017 onwards.
  • The duration of the NDA SSB interview is 5 days. During their stay at NDA SSB, aspirants are put through Psychological Tests, Group Tests & an Interview.
  • Aspirants will be put through Stage-I of the selection procedure on the first day itself. Only successful aspirants shall be retained for the balance of the testing. Aspirants who fail to qualify in Stage-I will be returned on the first day itself. Stage-I are psychologically originated tests including intelligence test.
  • The successful candidates at the NDA SSB will be required to undergo medical tests lasting 3-5 days excluding Sundays & gazetted holidays.
  • Aspirants recommended by the NDA SSB & declared medically fit will be then appointed for training in the order of merit as per the number of vacancies available.
  • The finally selected candidates will execute all the Bonds or Certificates as prescribed for the NDA Cadets entry under Al 53/78.

About NDA 2021 Written Exam

Below are subjects of the NDA 2021 written examination, the time allowed & the maximum marks allotted to each subject:

Subject

Code

Duration

Maximum Marks

Mathematics (120 Questions)

01

2 hours and 30 Minutes

300

General Ability Test (150 Questions)

English + General Knowledge

02

2 hours and 30 Minutes

600

Total

900

NDA SSB Test or Interview

900

Below is the syllabus of Mathematics & General Ability Test (GAT) Sections:

Mathematics:

  • Matrices & Determinants
  • Analytical Geometry of two & three Dimensions
  • Integral calculus & Differential Equations
  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Statistics & Probability
  • Differential Calculus
  • Vector Algebra

English (200 Marks):

The English question paper will be designed for testing the students' understanding of English & workman-like use of words. The syllabus covers several aspects like such as Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension & usage, and cohesion in extended text to test the aspirant’s proficiency in English.

General Knowledge (400 Marks):

The paper on General Knowledge in NDA will cover several topics from the subjects like Physics (100 Marks out of 400 Marks), Chemistry (60 Marks out of 400 Marks), General Science (40 Marks out of 400 Marks), History (80 Marks out of 400 Marks), Geography (80 Marks out of 400 Marks) and Current Events (40 Marks out of 400 Marks).

Read here the complete syllabus of the NDA 2021 exam

About NDA Pay Scale

Candidates who wish to join the Army, Navy, or Indian Air Force (IAF), besides fulfilling their dream to serve the country, must be curious in order to know the detailed pay scale, allowances, perks, in-hand salary of NDA. Below are brief details regarding all of these.

NDA Stipend:

The stipend for Cadet Training of Army Officers & equivalent ranks in Air Force & Navy:

Training Stipend – NDA

Stipend Amount

Stipend to Gentlemen Cadets during the whole duration of training in Service Academies, i.e., during the training period at IMA.

Rs 56,100/ per month (Starting pay in Level 10)

Rank-Wise NDA Salary:

The rank-wise salary of NDA Army officers & equivalent ranks in the Air Force & Navy are as follows:

NDA Salary – Army, Navy, Air Force

NDA Posts or Ranks

Salary of NDA Officer (Per Month)

Stipend during the training of the candidates in IMA

Rs 56,100/

Lieutenant

Rs 56,100/- to INR 1,77, 500/- 

Captain

Rs 61,300/- to 01,93,900/- 

Major

Rs 69,400/- to 02,07,200/-

Lieutenant Colonel

Rs 01,21,200/- to 02,12,400/-

Colonel

Rs 01,30,600/- to 02,15,900/- 

Brigadier

Rs 01,39,600/- to 02,17,600/-

Major General

Rs 01,44,200/- to 02,18,200/- 

Lt. General HAG Scale

Rs 01,82,200/- to 02,24,100/- 

HAG+ Scale

Rs 02,05,400/- To  02,24,400/-

VCOAS/ Army Cdr/ Lt Gen (NFSG)

Rs 02,25,000/- Fixed

COAS

Rs 02,50,000/- Fixed

Note: There is a fixed Military Service Pay-MSP given to the officers which are as follows –

NDA Officers Military Service Pay

Amount

MSP to the officers from the rank of Lieutenant to Brigadier

Rs 15,500/ per month fixed

NDA Salary: Allowances & Perks

Apart from the salary of NDA officers, several allowances & perks are also accredited to them based on their field & nature of work and area of posting. Below are the NDA allowances & perks availed by aspirants on joining the Indian Navy, Army & Air Force.

NDA Allowances to the Cadets

Allowances to NDA Officers

Amount Payable

Dearness Allowance

Admissible at the same rates & under the same conditions as are applicable to the civilian personnel from time to time.

Kit Maintenance Allowances

Rs 20,000/- Annually with Dress Allowances

Para Allowance

Rs 10,500/- Per Month

Special Forces Allowance

Rs 25,000/- Per Month

Para Jump Instructor Allowance

Rs 10,500/- Per Month

Project Allowance

Rs 3,400/- Per Month

Para Reserve Allowance

Rs 2,625/- Per Month

Technical Allowance (Tier-I)

Rs 3,000/- Per Month

Technical Allowance (Tier-II)

Rs 4,500/- Per Month

Based upon rank & area of posting, NDA officers posted to field areas are also eligible for the following allowances –

Field Area Allowances:

Field Area Allowance to NDA

Amount Payable

Highly Active Field Area Allowance – HAFA

Rs 16,900/- Per Month

Field Area Allowance – FD Area

Rs 10,500/- Per Month

Modified Field Area Allowance – Mod FD Area

Rs 6,300/- Per Month

High Altitude Allowances:

Aspirants posted to Siachen are authorized to Siachen Allowance of Rs 42,500/- pm. Similarly, NDA officers posted to high altitude region are benefited with the following allowances –

Levels of NDA Officers

Allowance amount

Category-I

Rs 3,400/- Per Month

Category-II

Rs 5,300/- Per Month

Category-III

Rs 25,000/- Per Month

Transport Allowance (TPTA):

Level

Higher TPTA Cities

Other Places

9 & Above

Rs. 7200/ Rs + DA thereon (Per Month)

Rs. 3600/Rs + DA thereon (Per Month)

NDA Salary: Other Allowances:

Apart from the NDA Salary, Travel Allowances, Dearness Allowances, Flying Allowances etc., the officers working on the Indian Security forces are authorized to a few other allowances as well. They are as follows:

NDA Salary – Special Allowances

Amounts

Children Education Allowance – CEA

Rs. 2250 Per Month Per Child for the two eldest surviving. This allowance is admissible from class Nursery to class 12th

Hostel Subsidy

Rs. 6,750/- Per Month per child for the two eldest surviving only (i.e. admissible from class Nursery to class 12th).

Ration in Kind 

In Field Area and Peace Area to all Defence officers every month

NDA Salary: Monetary Benefits in Case of Mishap

In case any cadet in National Defence Academy or Naval Academy faces any unfortunate accident, then below are the applicable benefits in such a situation.

Compensation for Disability

  • Monthly Ex-gratia amount of Rs 9,000 Per Month.
  • Ex-gratia disability award of Rs 16,200 Per Month is paid in case of 100 per cent disability.
  • No disability award shall be payable in cases where the degree of disablement is less than 20 per cent.
  • Constant Attendant Allowance, i.e., CCA of Rs 6,750 Per Month for 100 per cent disabled on the recommendation of Invaliding Medical Board (IBM).

Compensation in case of Death

  • Ex- gratia amount of INR 12.50 Lacs will be paid to the NOK.
  • Ex- gratia amount of INR 9,000 Per Month will be paid to the NOK.
  • The Ex-gratia awards to Cadets (Direct) or NOK, will be sanctioned purely on ex-gratia basis & the same should not be treated as pension for any purpose.

NDA SSB Interview Process 2021

The NDA SSB Interview Procedure consists of a two-stage selection process: Stage I and Stage II. Aspirants, those qualify the Stage I, only they are allowed to appear for Stage II. The entire procedure is given below:

  • Stage 1: This stage comprises of OIR (Officer Intelligence Rating) tests and PP & DT (Picture Perception & Description Test). Stage 1 is a screening test. Aspirants will be shortlisted on the basis of combined performance in the OIR Test and PP & DT.
  • Stage 2: This stage is conducted for 4 days. Stage II comprises Psychology Tests, GTO Tasks (Group Testing Officer Tasks), Interview and Conference.

Five Days NDA SSB Selection Procedure:

Day 0 (Reporting):

On this day, aspirants have to report to the selection centre. Aspirant’s original documents along with the photocopies will be verified. After the documents verification process, PIQ (Personal Information Questionnaire) Forms will be filled.

Day 1 (Screening Test):

On the next day, it will be Stage 1. Aspirants have to give an Intelligence Test (Verbal and Non-Verbal) & Picture Perception Test. In the PP test, slide (hazy/clear) is shown for 30 seconds and aspirants have to write the story. After completion of this test, the GD (Group Discussion) round takes place. This sequence is commonly called PPDT (Picture Perception and Discussion Test).

Day 2 (Psychology Tests):

It is a set of written tests that are organized by a Psychologist. In these tests, the aspirant’s psychological suitability will be checked to be an officer. These tests include:

  • Thematic Apperception Test (TAT): This test is called Picture Story writing. This test is very similar to PPDT. In this test, around 11 pictures will be shown to candidates. Each picture will be displayed just for 30 seconds after that aspirants have to write a story based on the picture within 4 minutes. After 4 minute’s other picture will be displayed & the same procedure will be followed till the last slide. The 12th slide will be blank where an aspirant is supposed to write any story of their own choice.
  • Word Association Test (WAT): This is the second psychological test of the NDA SSB selection procedure. In this test, sixty words will be shown back to back for a time of 50 seconds. Aspirants have to write the first thought which comes to their mind for those words.
  • Situation Reaction Test (SRT): In this test, aspirants will get a booklet with sixty situations written on it. Aspirants have to write their responses based on those sixty situations.
  • Self-Description Test (SD): In this test, aspirants have to write their opinion about their parents, themselves, friends, teachers and others. The time will be allotted is 15 minutes.

Day 3 and Day 4: Group Testing Officer Tasks (GTO Tasks):

These tests are interactive indoor & outdoor activities as a combination of mental & physical work. These tests are as follows:

  • Group Discussion: In this test, a certain situation or topic (mostly current affairs topics) is given to a group of candidates. They are expected to discuss several aspects of the issue. The Group Task Officer observes each aspirant during the course of the group discussion.
  • Group Planning Exercise (or Military Planning Exercise): In this test, a model of real-life practical circumstances is presented before a group of applicants. They have to write their individual plan of action for the mentioned problem.
  • Progressive Group Tasks (PGT): In this test, the group of aspirants has to cross some obstacles with the help of supporting materials like rope, plank, wood log etc.
  • Half Group Tasks: This test is the same as PGT but the total numbers of group members will half. Aspirants get more chance to show their potential.
  • Individual Obstacles: In this test, candidates are required to attempt ten obstacles individually.
  • Group Obstacles Race/Snake Race: In this test, all group members will compete with the other groups. Aspirants are required to cross specific obstacles with the snake-like rope.
  • Command Task: In this round, a candidate will be a commander. He will be needed to cross some obstacles with the help of 2 to 3 subordinates.
  • Lecturette: In this task, each individual has to give a lecture for 3 minutes on the topic selected by them.
  • Final Group Task: It is similar to that of PGT. Aspirants have another chance to show their potential.

On the same day, the aspirant’s interview will be conducted. It includes a personal conversation with an Interviewing Officers.

Day 5 (Conference):

On the last day, candidates and all the NDA SSB board member sit together & have a chat with the candidates to ask some general questions. The conference is just to decide whether one recommend as an officer in the Indian defence forces or not. Aspirants are required to come before the complete Board of Examiners, which comprised of the President, Deputy President, all the psychologists & Technical Officer, all the GTOs.

Within one hour, the NDA SSB result will be announced after the completion of the board meeting. The selected aspirants undergo a medical test for further 3 or 5 days. After qualifying the aspirant’s medical test, the final merit list will be declared.

NDA Medical Standards 2021

Any candidate cannot get selected in the Indian Army, Navy & Air Force if the candidate is not physically & medically fit. So, it is advisable for the aspirants to not only study hard for the exams but at the same time keep themselves physically & mentally fit through physical exercises to clear the physical & medical tests.

Physical Standards

Height and Weight:

The min. acceptable height is 157 cms (and 162.5 cms. for Air Force). For Gorkhas & individuals belonging to hills of North-Eastern areas of India, Garhwal & Kumaon, the min. acceptable heights will be 5 cms. less. In the case of aspirants from Lakshadweep the min. acceptable height can be reduced by 2 cms. The height and weight standards are given below:

Male Ideal Nude Weights for Different Age Groups & Heights for

ARMY or AIR FORCE (10 per cent variation on higher side of average acceptable)

Height (in cm)

Without Shoes

Age Range (in Years) & Weight (in Kgs)

15-16

16-17

17-18

18-19 years

152

41

42.5

44

45

155

42

43.5

45.3

47

157

43

45

47

48

160

45

46.5

48

49

162

46

48

50

51

165

48

50

52

53

167

49

51

53

54

170

51

52.5

55

56

173

52.5

54.5

57

58

175

54.5

56

59

60

178

56

58

61

62

180

58.5

60

63

64.5

183

61

62.5

65

66.5

Note: The height relaxable up to 2.5 cm may be allowed where the Medical Board verifies that the aspirant is likely to grow & come up to the required standard on completion of his training.

Male Ideal Nude Weights for Different Age Groups & Heights for

Navy (10 per cent variation on higher side of average acceptable)

Height (in cm)

Without Shoes

16 years

18 years

20 years

152

44

45

46

155

45

46

47

157

46

47

49

160

47

48

50

162

48

50

52

165

50

52

53

167

52

53

55

170

53

55

57

173

55

57

59

175

57

59

61

178

59

61

62

180

61

63

64

183

63

65

67

Chest Measurement:

The Chest should be well developed. A fully expanded chest should not be less than 81 cms. The min. range of expansion after complete inspiration should be 5 cms.

Visual Standard:

Vision standard for Army candidates

Distance Vision (Corrected)

Better Eye 6/6; Worse Eye 6/9

Colour vision

CP-III (Defective Safe).

Myopia should not be more than -2.5D involving astigmatism & manifest

hypermetropia not more than +3.5D involving Astigmatism.

Vision standard for Naval candidates

Uncorrected without glass

6/6, 6/9

Corrected with glass

6/6, 6/6

Limits of Myopia

–0.75

Limits of Hypermetropia

+1.5

Binocular vision

III

Limits of colour perception

I

Visual Standards for Air Force

Aspirants who habitually wear spectacle

Not eligible for Air Force

Minimum distant vision

6/6 in one eye & 6/9 in other

correctable to 6/6 only for Hypermetropia

Colour vision CPI Hypermetropia: +2.0 D Sph Manifest Myopia: Nil Retinoscopic Myopia: 0.5 in any Meridian permitted Astigmatism: + 0.75 D Cyl (within + 2.0 D.Max)

NDA Tattoo Policy

Tattoos are quite common nowadays & if one is planning to get inked and his aim is to join NDA then to know about the NDA tattoo policy is a must.

  • Aspirants belonging to a tribe or a community where having a permanent tattoo is a part of their culture, are permitted to join NDA, according to the NDA Tattoo policy.
  • The other candidates having a tattoo on the inner face of forearms such as from inside of the elbow to the wrist of both the hands & reverse side of the palm or back (i.e. dorsal) side of both the hands are permitted to join NDA.
  • The condition for these candidates is that the nature of tattoos must not be offensive. The NDA tattoo policy also says that NDA doesn’t permit indecent, sexist/racist tattoos.

Reasons for Medical Rejection in NDA

Below are a few bodily defects that make an aspirant face NDA medical permanent rejection.

  • The granulomatous disease of the spine
  • Arthritis or spondylosis
  • Scoliosis more than 15 Degree as measured by Cobb’s Method (i.e. 10 Degree for Army)
  • Herniated nucleus purposes
  • Sacaralisation Disease
  • More than mild Kyphosis or Lordosis
  • Spondylolisthesis or Spondylosis.
  • Compression fracture of Vertebra
  • Atlanto-occipital, & atlanto-axial anomalies
  • Cervical ribs with demonstrable neurological/ Circulatory deficit
  • Presence of Schmorl’s node at more than one level
  • Incomplete Sacaralisation Unilateral/Bilateral
  • Spinabifida other than SV 1 & LV 5
  • The signs of functional or organic disease of the heart & blood vessels come under NDA medical permanent rejection.
  • Enlargement of liver/spleen.
  • Any confirmation of disease of internal organs of the abdomen will be a cause for rejection in the NDA.
  • Urine examination will be done & if any abnormality is detected it will be aspirants’ rejection in NDA.
  • Any skin disease which is likely to cause disability or disfigurement will come under the NDA medical permanent rejection.
  • The flat-foot falls in NDA medical permanent rejection. The flat-foot means having no arch in the inner and central portion of the foot. This condition could be acquired/congenital.
  • Aspirants with Knock-Kneesare unfit for the NDA, Knock-Keens is not having a 1 to 5 centimetre gap between the knees when standing straight with heels joined.
  • Bow-Legs comes into the NDA medical permanent rejection. It means having too much gap, more than 8 cm, between the knees when standing straight with heels joined.
  • Aspirants with pigeon-chest are unfit for NDA. If a candidate has the central axis and lower portion of the rib-cage bulging out then one is considered as pigeon-chested.

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  • The NDA stands for National Defence Academy, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts NDA Exam twice a year. NDA is a joint service academy offering admissions for the training of cadets targeting to join the Indian Army, Indian Navy & Indian Air force.

  • The registrations are accepted online. Aspirants can find the link to the registration form on the official website of UPSC.

    • Indian citizenship is mandatory for the candidate
    • Age should be between 17 to 19 and a half-year’s
    • Should be unmarried
    • Should have passed class 12th from a recognised university
    • Physical & Mental fitness should be as per the guidelines issued by NDA
  • Yes, there is a system of negative marking. In the case of the GAT section, a deduction of 1.33 marks takes place in case of a wrong answer, whereas in the Mathematics section the deduction is 0.83 marks.

  • Yes, a registration fee of INR 100 is charged from the candidates. Aspirants belonging to SC or ST category are liberated from any fee charge.

  • Candidate can apply as many times he wants as long as he fulfils the age & other criteria.

  • No, women aspirants are not eligible to apply for NDA Exam.

  • After qualifying all the stages aspirants are admitted to NDA for a three-year course equivalent to that of Graduation. After completing this tenure, aspirants as per their inclination and merit can opt for any of the three Indian defence services; Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air force (IAF).

  • Yes, one can fill another form in case of some problem but it must be filled using a different mail ID.

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