Wing Commander (Retd) to train youth for Indian Air Force permanent jobs

Kolkata: Wing Commander (Retd) Shamim Akhtar, who has taken voluntarily retirement (VRS) from his job 14 years ahead to motivate youth for armed forces jobs, will start coaching the candidates who want to apply for Indian Air Force ‘s Airman in Medical Assistance Trade openings.

The 15-day crash course will begin on Monday, August 28. However, they will enroll students even if they want to join a few days after the beginning of the course.

Significantly, the vacancy by Indian Air Force does not come under Agnipath or Agniveer Scheme by armed forces.

What is Agnipath Scheme?

Agnipath is a new scheme under which the government recruits young personnel (Agniveers) to the Indian Army, Air Force and Navy for a period of four years, with a provision of permanent employment for some. The centre on June 14, 2022 announced the new scheme replacing the legacy system of recruitment in these services with an aim to lower the age profile and ensure a fitter, technically skilled military, reports Hindustan Times.

The selected youth will get a chance to serve IAF for a period of a minimum 20 years. Or he can work till his retirement.

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  1. 🇮🇳 Wing Commander (Retd) Shamim Akhtar, who took voluntary retirement 14 years early to inspire youth to join the armed forces, is set to commence coaching candidates for Indian Air Force Airman in Medical Assistance Trade positions. The 15-day crash course begins on August 28, with enrollment options available even after the course starts. Notably, these openings are not part of the Agnipath or Agniveer Scheme, a new government initiative aimed at recruiting young personnel into the Indian Army, Air Force, and Navy for four years, with the potential for permanent employment. This initiative seeks to rejuvenate the military with younger, technically skilled individuals. 🛩️👨‍🏫🇮🇳 #IndianAirForce #MilitaryRecruitment #AgnipathScheme

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