The Indian Air Force conducts the AFCAT exam twice each year to select suitable candidates for the officer level position in different branches of the air force. Every year several thousands of students appear for the AFCAT exam to get selected for one of the branches i.e. the flying branch, the technical branch, and the ground duty branch of the Indian air force department. Our AFCAT coaching in Delhi has trained end number of students for the AFCAT examination, out of which most of the students got selected for their applied position.

We have a pool of highly qualified and experienced faculty members that are always ready to go an extra step to help our students in the best possible manner. Being a part of the Indian air forces is not a cakewalk, but our coaching institute for AFCAT exam eases the process for you. We offer both regular course and crash course to meet the varied learning needs of different students.

Eligibility Criteria

Flying Branch –

Age Limit – Candidate should not be born earlier than 2nd July 1995 and not later than 1st July 1999.

Educational Qualification – Candidate must have obtained 60% marks in graduation in any discipline with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level or B.E./B. Tech. or Must have secured 60% marks in Section A & B examination of Aeronautical Society of India or Associate Membership of Institute Engineers (India).

Ground Duty (Technical) –

Age Limit – Candidate should not be born earlier than 2nd July 1993 and not later than 1st July 1999.

Educational Qualification – Minimum 60% marks in graduation level in any discipline with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level or Completed four-year graduation or integration PG in Engineering/Technology or Must obtain 60% marks in Section A & B examination of Aeronautical Society of India or Associate Membership of Institute Engineers (India).

Ground Duty (Non-Technical) –

Age Limit – The candidate should not be born earlier than 2nd July 1993 and not later than 1st July 1999.

Educational Qualification – Must be secured 60% marks in Graduation level in any discipline and 60% marks in Section A & B examination of Aeronautical Society of India or Associate Membership of Institute Engineers (India).

Exam Date

Events AFCAT-1 AFCAT-2
Exam Notification 2020 December 2019 June 2020
Online Application form date started December 2019 June 2020
Application Form Last date for receiving 4th week of December 2019 July 2020
Admit Card Update Soon Update Soon
Exam Date 3rd week of February 2020 September 2020
Exam Result March 2020 Update Soon

Exam Pattern

Exam Mode – Online

Marking Criteria – 3 marks for each correct answer

Negative Marking – 1 mark

Exam Duration Number of Questions Maximum Marks
AFCAT 2020 120 minutes 100 300
EKT (for Technical branch) 45 minutes 50 150

Exam Pattern

AFCAT is a 2-hour duration examination that checks the suitability of a candidate for being an officer in the Indian air forces. The exam consists of 100 questions and each correct answer is awarded 3 marks. There is negative marking as well, so candidates need to be cautious while answering the questions. A candidate can lose 1 mark for each wrong answer. Our AFCAT exam preparation centre prepares our students well-enough and also acquaints them to some useful tips and tricks that can help them score more marks in the examination.

Selection Process

To bag a top-notch position in the Indian air force, the candidate is required to score the minimum marks as declared by the concerned authority. After clearing the written test, a series of screening tests are required to be cleared that includes a psychology test, group test, medical test, and a personal interview. Being among the top 5 educational institutes for preparation for NDA entrance exam, we prepare our students for all the stages of the selection process.

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FAQ

1. How many papers are in AFCAT?

AFCAT comprises of following papers Numerical Ability, General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English, Military Reasoning, and Aptitude test.

2. What are the subjects in AFCAT?

The following subjects are in the syllabus of AFCAT includes: Verbal ability in English, Numerical Ability, General Awareness, Military Reasoning, and Aptitude test.

3. What is the salary of AFCAT?

Pay in Pay Band (common to all regions) – Level 56,100 per month (Level 10 in VIIth CPC’s Pay Matrix –Rs. 56,100 – Rs.1, 10,700. Other allowances such as child education allowance, transportation allowance, HRA, etc.

4. Is AFCAT exam tough?

The candidate just need to have a good command over English and general awareness about the current scenario. Even people not clearing clerk examinations can easily clear the AFCAT examination.

6. Is coaching necessary for AFCAT?

For AFCAT, coaching is not necessary. The basics of quants, reasoning, English, and general awareness is tested in the AFCAT exams.

7. Do questions repeat in AFCAT?

Though the questions are not repeated in the Afcat exam, the pattern remains almost the same. A lot of queries are based on a similar concept.

8. Is maths compulsory for AFCAT?

Though maths is not compulsory for AFCAT, the candidate should have maths as a compulsory subject in 10+2.

9. How many candidates are selected in AFCAT?

As per the notification of AFCAT 2020, there is a total of 249 vacancies.

10. How many times can I give AFCAT?

A candidate can apply any number of times for the Afcat examination before the candidates cross the framed age limit.

11. Is AFCAT negative marking?

The AFCAT exam consists of 100 questions, and each question awards three marks. There is also negative marking, so the candidates need to be cautious while answering the questions.

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