Short Service Commission, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Indian Air Force, Delhi Jul 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited for Short Service Commission (SSC) Officer in Air Force in Meteorological Branch for the Courses commencing July 2013
Indian Air Force invites applications from Male and Female candidates to join in the Air Force for grant of Short Service Commission in Meteorological Branch for the course commencing July 2013 :
43rd SSC Meteorological for Female
27th SSC Meteorological for Men
134th Ground Duty Officers Course (GDOC) for Permanent Service Commission for Men
Age : 20-25 years as on 01/07/2013
Pay Scale : Rs.15600-39100 Grade Pay Rs.5400 plus Rs.6000/- MSP and other allownaces
How to Apply : If you meet the requirements, apply on plain A4 size paper (typed or hand writen) in English in the prescribed format and post the application to the address AFCAT Cell, Post Bag No. 001, Nirman Bhawan Post Office, New Delhi – 110106
1. Candidates will be asked to report for training on a specific date and time, which will be specified in the Joining Instructions. Reporting late without proper authority is not permissible.
2. A Reception Centre will be established at Secunderabad Railway Station Exit Gate from 0900 hrs on the day of arrival. Your move from railway station to Air Force Academy will be arranged by the reception centre. The movement Control Officer (MCO) at the railway station can be contacted for guidance.
2. During the period of the training, all cadets will be provided with suitable accommodation.Also, free messing will be arranged in the Flight Cadets Mess for the training period.
3. Free medical services will be also provided during the training period. Please note that you will not be entitled to claim any compensation for any injury sustained while under training. If you have any injury or have fallen sick after your Air Force Medical Examination, you are required to intimate AFA on arrival.
4. You would have to submit a medical certificate completed by you and a medical practitioner and furnish the same on arrival at AFA. The performa will be sent with your Joining Instructions.
5. During training no leave will be granted except on medical and compassionate grounds
6. To equip you with correct kitting requirements during training, as also your service career post commissioning, certain items (including uniform) will be issued to you on arrival at AFA.
7. Candidates need to be in possession of certain items like towels, slippers, mosquito net, white handkerchiefs, dressing gown, hangers, electric iron etc, on arrival at AFA.
8. Candidates must carry at least Rs 10,000/- as pocket allowance to meet initial kitting requirements
9. Incase a candidate wishes to withdrawfrom training for any reason whatsoever or refuse to accept commission, if offered, he/she will be required to pay the entire cost of training to the Government . An undertaking to this effect will have to be given/ signed for the same.
Tentative Last Date: 07-09-2012
About the organization:
The Indian Air Force took off as a tiny fleet with four Westland Wapiti army co-operative by-planes, six RAF trained officers and 19 Hawai Sepoys. Today, it is the fourth largest Air Force in the world with a highly technical and specialised fighting force that safeguards our skies against enemy invasions.A glance at the annals of its history will help us understand the glorious years of our legendary Air Force.The two dates, mentioned above, are landmarks in the history of the Indian Air Force. On 8 October 1932, the Indian Air Force came into being and on 1st April 1954 Air Marshal Subroto Mukherjee, one of the founding members of the Air Force took over as the first Indian Chief of Air Staff.The interim witnessed the most bloodiest war in the history of mankind, for the second time-World War II. The IAF lent its support to UK during the war. KK Majumdar, one of the legendary heroes of the Indian Air Force was rated one of the twelve best pilots of the Allied Air Forces.The same decade also saw the birth of an Independent India followed by the formation of the Indian Air Force, as we know it today.This was the time the Indian Air Force entered a new era with the acquisition of jet aircraft. The period also saw the two Indo-Pak wars, both of which were marked by the neutralisation of Pakistani Air efforts by the Indian Air Force. The IAF also contributed to the UN Peace keeping mission in Congo as well as the Sino India Conflict, with dedication and commitment.Over the next two decades the Indian Air Force undertook massive upgrading of its aircraft and equipment. As part of the process, the Indian Air Force introduced over twenty new aircraft types. Jaguars and several variations of the MiG were among the aircraft introduced to replace the Dakotas and the Packets. The MiG is a revolutionary aircraft that was introduced to the Indian fleet in the eighties.The same period also witnessed a number of world records set by Indian Air Force personnel. Sqn Ldr Makkar and Flt Lt RTS Chinna set a world record by bombing from their Mi-17 helicopter in Ladakh at an altitude of 5050 meters. Sqn Ldr Sanjay Thapar, was the first Indian to para jump over the South Pole. Exploring new vistas, Sqn Ldr Rakesh Sharma was the first Indian cosmonaut to venture into outer space as part of an Indo-Soviet space program.
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