Vision (Eye) requirements for Indian Air Force

Vision (Eye) requirements for Indian Air Force

Join the flying branch of the Air Force of India is a difficult task, not only the selection process, but the required medical standard for the theft of the Indian Air Force branch is a hard nut to crack. In this post we will discuss more about the eye or the standards for the vision to the diversion flight (driver) input. We all know that for the flight, vision plays an important role in the medical industry standards IAF to fly higher than any other entry / branch.

medical standards vision of the Air India

There should be 6/6 and 6/9 in one eye to another, which can be corrected only 6/6 for hyperopia.
vision defects
hyperopia States must not exceed + 2.0D Sphere.
No myopia.
Astigmatism should be 0.75 Cil D with maximum 2.0 D
Near vision must be N-5 each eye.
Near vision is determined using the type “Times New Roman” to study in the reading distance (30-50 cm) and 100 cm. The distance of 100 cm is important in the aircraft cabin and similar environments and for users of CRT displays. When two values, such as N5 and N14, the first value is the reading distance (30-50 cm) and the second to the distance of 100 cm is.
Color vision should be CP-1 (ML T). The perception of color-1: the correct recognition of colored lights shown through the openings paired in the Holmes-Wright lantern low brightness to 6 meters (20 feet) in total darkness.
LASIK for vision correction is permissible in the transport stream and helicopters Commission Short (vol Branch) If the following conditions are met when the Air Force medical examination.
LASIK surgery should not have been done before the age of 20 years.
The axial length of the eye must be not more than 25.5 mm, measured by the IOL master.
At least twelve months after steady LASIK should be passed without complications. There is no history or evidence of any complications.
LASIK post corneal thickness, as measured by a corneal pachymeter should not be less than 450 microns.
People with high refractive errors (> 6D) before LASIK surgery should be excluded.
Candidates must not suffer from color or night blindness.
Ocular Muscle Balance: The eyes should be properly aligned and should have normal binocular vision. Strabismus occurs inadmissible. Convergence should be enough. the balance of the eye muscles full and free movement of the eyes can be tested with tight lid, Maddox rod or an approved vision tester.
A 6 meters
6 prism diopters exophoria
Esophoria of 6 prism diopters
Hyperphoria prism diopters 1
Hypophoria prism diopters 1
A 33 cm
16 prism diopters exophorie
Esophoria of 6 prism diopters
Hyperphoria prism diopters 1
Hypophoria prism diopters 1
For details on the ocular muscle balance visit this link
Flying IAF vision standards
applicants to apply for all branches are eligible suggested, so if they are rejected by the due to high medical standards flying branch, which may have the opportunity to join another branch of the Air Force India as technical, etc. GDOC .
Candidates are required to go for medical check-up before going to an interview SSB or medical tests, so if you find a problem that is curable, you can start working on it as soon as possible.
Most of the terms used above are technical in nature, many of you might not be able to understand completely, you can see an eye doctor at any time. If you are still left with doubts and questions, they do not publish in the comments section.

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