196 Flying Pilot SSB Interview Date CDSE and NCC

196 Flying Pilot SSB Interview Date CDSE and NCC

Indian air force has published the SSB/AFSB interview dates 196 Flying Pilot for candidates who have cleared their CDS 2 2013 written exam and opted for AFA for flying. Also, SSB/AFSB interview dates are being published for NCC flying pilot entry.

The list of candidates who have qualified in written test of 196 F(P) course and have given ‘Air Force’ as their ‘First Choice’ are given below. The list of eligible candidates for 196 F(P) (NCC) course is also given below.

196 Flying Pilot SSB Interview Date CDSE and NCC

Call letters are being dispatched for SSB interviews from the respective selection board given against their names. Candidates whose names are listed below can report for SSB interview with a printout of this page even if call letters are not received due to postal delays.

196 Flying Pilot SSB Interview Date

Note : Candidates are to be in possession of UPSC admit card.
Details of assembly point at each AFSB are as under

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  1. Nitish Bhardwaj

    · Permalink

    Thank you for sharing call up details.
    If a candidates is selected by all four services, then will he/she be called up individually by all boards or a single board(as mentioned in first preference)?

  2. Rameshwar Bawa

    · Permalink

    Wen upsc is going to declare the result of CDS-2 2013??
    And where shud i see d results??

    • Praveen Kumar

      · Permalink

      dude these are call letters for cdse2 only…….. you can check the upsc site for results… or ssb crack too has a link to it

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