AIR FORCE COMMON ADMISSION TEST is conducted 2 times a year by Indian Air Force to recruit for the vacancies in Flying and Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) branches. The exam will be conducted on 12th, 13th and 14th February 2022.
Candidates who have applied for the AFCAT 1/2022 must go through the exam pattern for the examination. This article gives information about AFCAT Exam Pattern 2022. For more details on AFCAT Exam, refer to the linked article.
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All applicants whose applications are submitted by the due date will be called for AFCAT at one of the examination centres. It is mandatory for the candidates opting for Ground Duty (Technical) branch to appear in both AFCAT and Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT).
AFCAT Exam Pattern
The subjects, the time allowed and the maximum marks allotted to each subject will be as follows:
|Examination||AFCAT||EKT (only for technical)|
|Mode of Examination.||Online||Online|
|Number of Questions||100||50|
|Duration of Exam||2 hours||45 minutes|
|Subjects||General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English, Numerical Ability and Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test||Mechanical, Computer Science and Electrical & Electronics|
|Negative Marking||1 mark per wrong answer||1 mark per wrong answer|
All the candidates who applied for AFCAT must appear in the written test. It is mandatory for the candidates opting for Ground Duty (Technical) branch to appear in both AFCAT as well as Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT).
An online Practice Test (for AFCAT & EKT) is available on the IAF website: https://careerindianairforce.cdac.in or https://afcat.cdac.in.
Candidates who are declared successful in the Online AFCAT will be called to one of the Air Force Selection Boards. Candidates who have applied for NCC Special Entry will be directly called for AFSB testing at one of the AFSB centres. The testing by AFSB includes:
- Physical Fitness Test
- Tattoos Test
- Narcotics Test
- Document check
- Psychological test
- For Flying Branch: Computerised Pilot Selection System (CPSS)
Candidates who have qualified in the written exam are required to choose AFSB date and venue by themselves on the official website to generate a call-up letter for AFSB interview.
Final Merit List: To be acceptable, candidates should secure the minimum qualifying marks separately in the written examination and AFSB test as fixed by the IAF. Candidates will be placed in the order of merit on the basis of the total marks secured by them in the written examination and in the AFSB tests.
Aspirants of various Government Exams can know the details of the upcoming examination on the linked page.