Name of Post: Join Indian Airforce Agnipath Agniveer Scheme Recruitment 2022 Provisional Selected List / Results
Post Date : 11/11/2022
Short Information: Indian
Airforce Recruitment to the post of
Agniveers to be done under Agnipath scheme 2022.Armed Forces Recruitment
Through Agnipath Scheme has Recently Invited to Online Application Form
for the Post of Agniveer (46000 Post) Recruitment 2022. Those
Candidates Who are Interested to this Vacancy and Have All Eligibility
Criteria Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply Online. Whose age
is between 17.5 to 23 years and minimum qualification is class 10 pass
can participate. Read the notification for complete details like
selection procedure, pay scale and other information.
Indian Airforce Vacancy 2022 Through Agnipath Scheme
Agneepath Agniveers Recruitment 2022 Online Form
Agniveer Agnipath Scheme 2022,What is Agnipath scheme, who all can apply? All you need to know
Agniveer Agnipath Yojna 2022 Job Short Notification
|Post Name||Indian Airforce Agniveer|
|No. of Post||Available Soon|
|Last Date to Apply Online||NA|
- Starting Date For Online Registration : 24/06/2022
- Last Date for Online Registration : 05/07/2022 upto 05 PM
- Exam Date : 24/07/2022
- Exam City / Date Available : 15/07/2022
- Admit Card Available : Before Exam
- Result Available : 10/08/2022
- Provisional Select List (PST) : 11/11/2022
- Enrollment List : 11/12/2022
- General / OBC / EWS : 250
- SC / ST :250
Airforce Agniveers Recruitment 2022 Age Limit Details
- Minimum Age : 17.5 Years
- Maximum Age : 23 Years
- Age Relaxation as per Agniveers Notification Recruitment 2022 Rules.
Indian Airforce Agnipath Scheme 2022 Vacancy Details Availble Soon
|Post Name||Agnipath Agniveers Scheme Eligibility|
|Indian Airforce Agniveer|
Benfit Of Agnipath Scheme/Yojna 2022
|Years||Monthly Package||In Hand||30% Fund|
Additional Benfit Of Agniveer Scheme Yojna 2022
- Retired After 4 Year – Rs 11.71 Lakh as Seva Nidhi Package + Skill Gained Certificate.
- Rs. 48 Lakh Life Insurance Cover.
- Up to 25% will be enrolled in the regular cadre of the Armed Forces
- Total Rs. 5.02 Lakh
- Leave : Annual : 30 Days, Sick Leave. Medical advice based.
How to Fill Agniveers Agnipath Application Form 2022
- Indian Airforce Agniveers Agnipath Scheme / Yojna Vacancy 2022
- Candidate Read the Notification of Agniveers Agnipath Scheme / Yojna Apply Online 2022.
- Kindly Enter Your All Required Basic Details In Box.
Check and Collect the All Document And Scan All Relevant Document
mention In Advertisement Like – Education Certificate,Eligibility, ID
Proof, Address Details, Basic Details And Photo, Sign, ID Proof, Etc.
for updloading the Document.
- Before Submit the Online Application Form Must Check the All Boxes Carefully.
- Take A Print Out of Final Submitted Application Form For Future Communication.
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1.What is the Agnipath scheme and what are its advantages?
completion of the four year period, Agniveers will go to the society as
disciplined, dynamic, motivated and skilled work force for employment
in other sectors to pursue their career in jab af their choice.
on organisational requirement and policies promulgated by the Armed
Forces, Agniveers after completing their engagement period, will be
offered an opportunity to apply for enrolment in the permanent cadre. Of
these upto 25% of Agniveers will be selected to be enrolled in the
Armed Forces as a regular cadre.
to Indian youth, desirous of serving the country to get recruited in
the Armed Forces for a short duration.
- This proposal envisages providing opportunity to the youth to serve in the military for short duration.
will also lead to a much more youthful and technically adept war
fighting force by ensuring a fine balance between youthful and
experienced personnel in the Armed Forces.
2.What are the broad objectives of the Scheme?
enhance youthful profile of the Armed Forces so that they are at their
fighting. best at all times with increased risk taking ability.
attract young talent from the society to effectively exploit, adopt and
use emerging modern technologies with enhanced technical thresholds of
intake while leveraging Technical Institutions of the country,
- To provide an opportunity to the youth who may be keen to serve the Nation In uniform albeit for a short period of time.
- To imbibe The Armed Forces ethos, courage, camaraderie, commitment and teamwork in the youth.
- To provide abilities and qualities such as discipline, dynamism, motivation and work-skills so that the youth remains an asset.
3.What benefits are envisaged to be accrued from the scheme?
Ans: The Scheme would be win win situation for armed force, Nation, Individual And The Society at large.
- National Integration based on unity in diversity with equal opportunity to youth including women from all regions.
- Nation Building through empowered, disciplined & skilled youth with military ethos in civil society.
battle preparedness through transformative evolution with energetic,
fitter, diverse, more trainable and resilient youth suited to the
- Selection of the Best with rigorous and transparent selection process.
- Youthful Profile by optimal balance of youth & experience.
- Endeavour to Harness benefits of SKILL INDIA by induction from Tech Institutes.
- Opportunity for Youth to fulfil dream of joining the Armed Forces and serve the Nation,
military discipline, motivation, skill and physical fitness. Smooth
integration into society with skill sets, certification and
- Good financial package making him more stable than his civilian counterparts.
- Confident & better citizens by military training, team building, ethos & camaraderie forged over the years.
- Resume so unique that an Agniveer will stand out in the crowd.
4. What would be the impact of the scheme on the operational preparedness of the Armed Forces?
The operational effectiveness of the Armed Forces will enhance by this
Scheme. By having a younger profile which is more fighting fit with less
encumbrances, it is expected that the risk taking capability of these
personnel would be higher. With the infusion of technology and revamping
of the training programmes, the Armed Forces would ensure that the
personnel inducted under the scheme have the same skill sets which are
required to meet the operational challenges. Since the training
standards are clearly defined, and monitored by the highest authorities
in the Armed Forces, it would be ensured that the Agniveers meet the
highest professional standards
Scheme envisions younger age profile of the Armed Forces. Is the Age
eligibility criterion for enrolment under the Scheme different from the
Candidates between 17% to 23 years of age meeting other educational,
physical and medical criteria would largely be enrolled as Agniveers.
The Scheme also aims to harness the “Skill India” initiative by
enrolling candidates qualified in ITI/Diploma holders in future with the
necessary skills for certain technical trades.
6.Can the Agniveers opt for enrolment in the Permanent Cadre?
on organisational requirement and policies promulgated by the Armed
Forces, all Agniveers after completing their engagement period, will be
offered an opportunity to apply for enrolment in the permanent cadre.
These applications will be considered by a centralised transparent
rigorous screening system which would be based on merit and demonstrated
performance during service. Upto 25% of the Aginveers would be selected
for enrolment in the permanent Cadre as per the existing Terms and
Conditions. Selection of Agniveers for further enrolment into the Armed
Forces will be the exclusive jurisdiction of the Government through laid
7.How does the scheme compare to the other nations?
A careful analysis of the methodology of induction, retention and
release of Armed Forces personnel in various developed countries was
carried out to adopt the best practices being followed in these
countries. The analysis revealed the following:
- Primarily Volunteer Model. All countries including those who have conscription have a volunteer Armed Forces once the mandatory time stipulation over.
- Enrolment Procedures. Majority
of the countries follow multiple enrolments models at various stages of
military career enabling soldiers to voluntarily continue or exit
- Retention. All
countries after the initial compulsory service period, retain soldiers
based on their choice and a meritorious selection process. d. Training.
All countries have a shorter initial training period. Specialised
training is imparted once the soldier is selected for service for a longer duration.
- Incentivisation of Exit. These incentives vary from country to country but generally are in the following fields:
- Relaxation/Incentives to pursue higher education.
- Financial package on exit.
- Credits in education qualifications for type and duration of service rendered.
- Advantage for recruitment in the permanent cadre.
- Some assurance of job on exit.
- The Agnipath scheme aims to follow the same model and similar incentives as have been given in the developed countries.
Regimental system is one of the motivating factors for soldiers and
officers to bond and perform beyond the call of duty during wartime.
Will the induction change the same?
We shall be retaining the Regimental system, since the Scheme envisages
selecting the best of the Agniveers and only those who proved their
mettle, the cohesiveness of the unit would be ensured by these
personnel. Further, these aspects would be focussed. upon and
accentuated by training received once the Aginveer reaches the unit.
9.Since there is going to be a limited training period, would it be adequate to meet the operational challenges?
Youth today eat better, run faster and longer, are more adept to
technology and adept more easily to change. The aim to exploit the
talent of the present day generation in our training patterns while
simultaneously utilizing technology such as simulators to ensure an
effective training programme. Since the basic qualification and
qualities available with the youth have improved over the years, it
gives us an opportunity to restructure the training pattern with more
time being available for both physical and technical training. It also
gives us an opportunity to review our present training pattern to make
them contemporary, technology based and tailor made for the requirements
of the Armed Forces.
10. Is the Agnipath scheme likely to be opened to women?
It is envisaged that in future women will be inducted in a progressive
manner for joining the Armed Forces under the Agniveer Scheme.
11. How will this scheme ensure recruitment from all over the country?
The Scheme aims to capitalize on the broad based talent pool of the
Nation and select the best for a career in the Armed Forces. The present
pattern of selection into the Armed Forces is not being changed with
the introduction of the scheme. The only change that is happening is in
the Terms and Conditions of the service. As you all are aware, that the
three Services are having well established selections centers spread
over the country which have enabled them to recruit people from even the
remotest part of the Nation. Since these very selection centers would
continue to undertake the responsibility of recruiting personnel, we
expect that the all India representation would not be affected by the
introduction of the Scheme.
12. What is the financial package offered to an Agniveer in the Armed Forces?
Ans: Composite Annual Package
- 1st year package approx. Rs. 4.76 Lacs.
- Upgradation upto approx. Rs: 6.92 Lacs in 4th year.
- Risk & Hardship, Ration, Dress, Travel allowances as applicable.
- 30% of monthly emoluments to be contributed by individuals.
- Equal amount matched & contributed by the Government.
- Corpus of Rs. 10,04 Lakhs plus accrued interest, exempted from Income Tax, after four years.
- Non-contributory life insurance cover of Rs. 48 Lakhs.
- Additional Ex Gratia of Rs. 44 Lakhs for death attributable to service.
- Pay for unserved portion upto four years including ‘SevaNidhi’ component
- Compensation based on % disability laid down by medical authorities.
- One time ex-gratia of Rs. 44/25/15 Lakhs for 100%/75%/50% disability respectively.