AFCAT 2024 Exam: If you want to join Indian Air Force, then for this you have to appear for Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT), which is conducted for Group A Gadget Officer rank posts in Flying and Ground Duty Branch (Technical and Non-Technical) of Air Force. goes, will have to participate in it. Today we will tell you some important information about this examination.
This year, AFCAT is going to be conducted by the Air Force on 16, 17 and 18 February. The online application process started on December 1 and ended on December 30, 2023. Let us know about this exam
First of all let us know about educational qualification
Flying Branch – Candidate must have passed class 12th with 50% marks from any recognized institute. Let us tell you, it is necessary to have the subjects of Maths and Physics in 12th. Along with this, one must have BE/BTech degree in any subject with at least 60% marks.
Ground Duty (Technical) Branch
Must have passed class 12th with 50% marks from any recognized institute with Maths and Physics subjects and four year degree/integrated post graduation in Engineering.
Ground Duty (Non Technical)
Administration – Must have passed class 12th and graduation degree in any discipline with 60% marks.
Education – Must have passed class 12th and post graduation with at least 50% marks and graduation with 60% marks.
This is how candidates will be selected
There will be online AFCAT exam. Ground Duty (Technical) branch candidates will also have to appear in the Engineering Knowledge Test. Final merit will be determined on the basis of performance in both AFCAT and AFSB examinations.
The exam will be like this
AFCAT 2024 exam will be of 300 marks. A total of 100 questions are asked in this two-hour examination. In the examination, various subjects like General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English, Numerical Ability, Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test are asked. All questions will be objective type in English. Please note that there will be negative marking for wrong answers. That is, one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.