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    i got selected in EKT 2009,is there anyone who knows about the selection procedure for SSB technical flying branch especially Pilot Aptitude Battery Test (PABT)(INSB), Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and Control Velocity Test (CVT)................................. THANKU GUYS N GALS in advance...............
    hithuanand

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    Default can u send me june 1 PABT

    Quote Originally Posted by automadravi View Post
    I have to clear pilot battery apptitude test so whats in the test?
    what type of questions ar asked?
    i have my exam on 1 june so please help me.
    hithuanand@gmail.com

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    You need to clear the test in first attempt. There is no second chance for PABT

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    What is asked in PABT ? I am preparing for Flying course in Indian Air Force in which at first stage i have to clear the Pilot aptitude battery test which will be conducted by Indian Air Force.

    What is asked in this test ?
    How to prepare for for this test?
    Is there any book available in the market for the same

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    hi...
    i am trying to clear PABT for my exam , can u help me ?

    Quote Originally Posted by revanthkumar View Post
    any one say how to prepare pilot aptitude battery test.....plz mail me urgent ....

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    Cool PABT & Medical Standards

    Pilot Aptitude Battery Test PABT

    Pilot Aptitude Battery Test (PABT) is aimed at assessing a candidate’s aptitude to be trained as a pilot. PABT is being used as an independent selection device to induct potential officers into Flying Branch of Indian Air Force. PABT comprises three tests viz Instrument Battery Test (INSB), Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and Control Velocity Test (CVT). Instrument Battery Test (INSB) is a paper pencil test and other two are machine tests. The Instruments Battery Test (INSB) comprises two parts. This test assesses assimilation of the briefing and the ability of an individual to read and interpret the dials of an instrument panel of an aircraft. The candidates who score the minimum laid down criteria are subjected to the machine test. The machine test includes Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and Control Velocity Test (CVT). These tests measure the psychomotor co-ordination skill of the individual. These tests are conducted on a single day and administered only once in life time. Foot-hand-eye coordination is tested through a battery of three different tests

    General Medical Standads for Pilots
    General Medical Standads for Pilots

    You must be in good physical and mental health and free from any disease/ disability, which is likely to interfere with efficient performance of duties. There should be no evidence of weak constitution, bodily defects or overweight.


    Your chest should be well developed. The minimum range of expansion after full inspiration should be 5 cm.
    There should be no disease of bones and joints of the body.
    You should be free of any past history of mental breakdown or fits.
    Your hearing should be normal without any evidence of present or past disease of the ear, nose and throat.
    There should be no sign of functional or organic disease of the heart and blood vessels. Your blood pressure should also be normal.
    The muscles of the abdomen should be well developed without any enlargement of the liver or spleen. Any evidence of disease of internal organs of the abdomen can be a cause for rejection.
    An un-operated hernia can make you unfit for selection. If operated, this should have been done at least six months prior to the present examination and healing should be complete without any potential for recurrence.
    There should be no hydrocele, varicocele or piles. If operated for hydrocele and/or varicocele, this should have been done at least six months prior to the present examination and healing should be complete without any recurrence.
    Urine examination will be done and any abnormality, if detected, can be a cause for rejection.
    Any disease of the skin, which is likely to cause disability or disfigurement, will also be a cause for rejection.
    You must have good binocular vision. In case you have undergone or are detected to have undergone Radial Keratotomy, or any other procedure to improve the visual acuity, you will be permanently rejected.
    You should have sufficient number of natural and sound teeth. A minimum of 14 dental points will be acceptable. When 32 teeth are present, the total dental points are 22. You should not be suffering from severe pyorrhoea

    The following are conditions pertaining to women that will entail rejection for all Air Force Duties:


    Acute or chronic pelvic infection
    Severe menorrhagia
    Severe dysmenorrhea
    Complete prolapse of uterus
    Pregnancy/ Amenorrhea
    Any other gynaecological condition, if so considered by the specialist.

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