AFCAT

AFCAT (Air Force Common Aptitude Test )

Eligibility

Flying Branch

20 and 24 yrs as of first day of month in which course is due to commence

Technical Branch

20 and 26 yrs as of first day of month in which course is due to commence

Ground Duty Branch

20 and 26 yrs as of first day of month in which course is due to commence

Educational Qualification

Flying Branch

Graduates in any discipline with minimum 60% marks in aggregate (passed Maths and Physics at 10+2 level) or BE I B Tech degree with minimum 60% marks in aggregate

Technical Branch

BE I B Tech degree with minimum 60% marks in aggregate and studied at least eight subjects out of the eighteen subjects listed BY IAF.

Ground Duty Branch

Administration & Logistics- Graduate Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate or a Post Graduate Degree equivalent Diploma in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.

Accounts- Graduate Degree in Commerce (B Com) with a minimum of
60% marks in aggregate or Post Graduate Degree in Commerce
(MCom)/CA/ICWA with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate

 

Education- Post Graduate Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate of all papers put together.

Schedule of Exam

 

AFCAT I

AFCAT II

Exam

February

September

Notifications

Nov

Jul

Paper Pattern

Subject

Time

Marks

Paper I

Reasoning(Non verbal & Verbal), English, General Awareness, General Science, Elementary Maths

 3 hrs

 300

Paper II

Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT)

Basic concepts of engineering (Either Computer science or Electronics & Communication branch)                                  (applicable only for candidate applying for technical branch)

 1 hrs

 50

Batches Details
Course Eligibilty Course Focus Duration

AFCAT          (Chindits)

Final year appearing or passed any graduation degree Preparation of AFCAT and other competitive written Exam along with SSB interview preparation
1 Academic year    (Apr – Mar)