Indian air force physical test
Join IAF (Indian Air Force) is a dream that many young Indian foods. Many dreams of becoming flight officers (pilots) in the IAF. Others dream of becoming an officer of the Technical Department of the Organization. Others have the ambition to become ground service agents. But the reality is that what makes the IAF is not an easy task. They are not written and SSB Interview standing between the two candidates and their goal! In case of theft aspiring Branch, a barrier as PABT (Pilot Aptitude Test Battery) is also present! Speaking of the difficult selection process, medical and physical standards play an important role in it. To become an officer of the FAI (to be selected in the training program will become a) must meet certain physical standards that have been set. In case of theft of candidates Branch, must also meet an additional set of medical standards. In this article, I will cover medical and physical standards in detail.
physical and medical standards IAF
Find all the details about the rules of the physical and medical IAF here
IAF PHYSICAL STANDARDS (for all branches)
If the branches of service land, technical management, and theft, a set of basic physical standards exist, including a candidate must meet. In addition to these physical standards, flying Branch candidates must also meet additional medical standards too! Next, details of the physical and medical standards
To join the IAF, candidates, regardless of the mode of entry and qualification, must meet a number of basic physical standards. The list is quite long. But the main things that are checked are-
the ratio of the height and weight
Good physical and mental health
well-developed breasts (the expansion should be at least 5 cm after full inspiration)
healthy bones and joints
For a complete list of physical standards criteria established by the IAF, see the tables below. You can click on the images to see them bigger. You can find all the physical standards in the image. You can even save it for future use-
graphic physical standards IAF 1
First set of physical standards of the IAF. Click on the image to read! Click the pic to enlarge!
IAF physical standards Chart 2
The second set of physical standards of the IAF. Click on the image to enlarge and read!
In addition to the above standards, the height-weight ratio is also given much importance. The height and weight patterns are different in the case of male and female candidates. I did two tables in weight standards set by the FIA. They were clearly marked with “men” and “women” for labels.
size and weight of the IAF standards (for men)
height and weight standards for male candidates. Click on the image to enlarge and record/playback!
standards of size and weight of the IAF (for women)
height and weight standards for women candidates. Click on the image to enlarge and record/playback!
medical standards (new mechanisms, if FLIGHT RAMA)
In the case of the flying branch, an additional set of medical standards are also present, including a candidate must meet. Some tests and important things are done as part of this medical test are-
Conditions of the spine
Vision (requirements of Ophthalmology)
Eye muscle balance
I have compiled detailed maps that deal with all medical standards and tests mentioned above. You can click pictures, enlarge and read the details easily! You can even save these images for future use!
IAF medical standards anthropometric measurements and certain diseases chart
graphic medical IAF standards (__gVirt_NP_NNS_NNPS <__ anthropometric measurements). Click on the image to enlarge and read!
IAF medical conditions spine
IAF medical standards chart (Conditions of the spine). Click on the image to enlarge and read!
Doctors Vision IAF STANDARDS
IAF graphic medical standards (requirements of Ophthalmology). Click on the image to enlarge and read!
IAF medical STANDARDS eye muscle balance
graphic medical standards (IAF ocular muscle balance). Click on the image to enlarge and read!
This additional set of medical standards, in particular, indicates the IAF is in the capacity and capability of their drivers! As the charts show, the emphasis on vision (vision) and anthropometric measurements. Certain conditions of the spine can result in rejection, while other conditions are acceptable (shown in the table above).