About this course
Air force common Admission Test popularly known as AFCAT is conducted by Indian Air force twice in a year for the recruitment of officers in Indian Air force in Flying Branch, Technical Branch, and Ground Duty Branch. The Flying Branch consists of Fighter Jet, Transport Planes and Attack Helicopter. Technical Branch deals with mechanical Electronic and Electrical work. Ground Duty Branch work for Administration, Logistics, Education, Accounts and Meteorology.
Age Limit: Candidates who are willing to join Flying Branch should be between 20-24 Years.
Candidates who are willing to join Flying Branch should be between 20-24 Years.
Candidates who are willing to join the Technical and Ground duty branch should be between 20-26 years
Educational Qualification: Flying Branch- Candidates who are Graduate in any stream with 60% marks and passed Physics and Math’s at 10+2 or B. Tech with 60% Aggregate
Technical Branch- Educational Qualification is based on trades like Electrical Mechanical etc. Generally, A B. Tech Graduate is Demanded here.
Ground duty Branch- Educational Qualification is based on trades like Accounts, Education, Logistic, etc. Its Non-Technical Job.
There is three Step selection process.
1) Written Test
2)SSB (Service Selection Board) Interviews
3) Medical Examination
Written Test- 300 Mark
The written test of AFCAT is easier than the CDSE. There is Single Question paper Paper which consists of Math’s, Reasoning, GK and English Approx 25 questions each. Each Question Consist of 3 marks. Once You clear written examination, you will be called for SSB Interview. In Air force SSB there is deference in the Interview test of Flying Branch and Technical and Ground Duty Branch.