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IAF Agniveer Admit Card 2022 (OUT) Indian Airforce Agniveer Hall Ticket Download

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IAF Agniveer Admit Card 2022:Air Force has released the exam date and city details for the recruitment of Agnivera. You can check by visiting agnipathvayu.cdac.in.

Indian Air Force has released the exam dates and city details for the recruitment of Agniveers under Agneepath scheme. The youth who applied for the Agniveer Recruitment in Air Force can check the first stage exam and city (Indian Air Force Exam City Agniveer Vayu Date) by visiting the official website agnipathvayu.cdac.in.

Candidates will be able to download their admit card by visiting agnipathvayu.cdac. Within one to two days from the exam date. The Air Force in its notice said, “Agniveervayu Bharti” candidates will be able to download their admit card 24 to 48 hours before the exam date. However, the exam date and exam city details have been made available on the website so that the candidates can clear the exam easily.

7,49,899 applications were received for Agniveer Recruitment for Air Force. Objective type questions will be asked to the examinees in the online examination. It will be in Hindi and English. Candidates must bring a blue or black pen and original Aadhar card to the exam.

IAF Agniveer Admit Card 2022

IAF Agniveer Admit Card 2022
IAF Agniveer Admit Card 2022
  • Exam Pattern (a) For Science subjects- The total duration of the online test will be 60 minutes and will consist of English, Physics and Mathematics. The paper will be as per 12th CBSE syllabus.
  • (b) For subjects other than Science subjects – The total duration of the online examination will be 45 minutes and will include English as per 12th CBSE. There will be questions from Reasoning and General Awareness.
  • (c) Science subjects and other than science subjects- The total duration of the online examination shall be 85 minutes and shall consist of- English, Physics and Mathematics (10+2 CBSE syllabus), Reasoning and General Awareness.
  • (d) Marking for Online Examination
  • (1) One mark for each correct answer.
  • (2) Zero (0) marks for an unattempted question.
  • (3) 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.
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