Things to check while appearing for AFCAT 2020
AFCAT 2019 – Indian Air Force (IAF) announced the results of AFCAT 2019 on September 17, 2019. Qualified candidates will have to attend the AFSB interview, which will take place on October 21, 2019. Candidates can choose their preferred interview date and location from September 17-22. 2019 The AFCAT 2019 (II) online test was conducted on August 24 and 25. The IAF has announced 242 free places for the AFCAT (II) exam. Only those candidates who meet the eligibility criteria will be able to complete the application form for the AFCAT 2019 exam.
The body conducts the AFCAT 2019 exam to recruit candidates for the Flying department and standing committee (PC) / Short Service Commission (SSC) in-ground (technical and non-technical) branches. The AFCAT (II) test will take place in three stages – online test, AFSB interview, and medical test. Candidates who qualify at all three phases of the selection process will be considered qualified. Recruited candidates will receive a salary of Rs. 56100 – 110700.
AFCAT IMPORTANT DETAILS
|Indian Air Force (IAF)
|Gazetted officers in Flying and Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) branches
|Mode of exam
|Online exam and EKT for Ground Duty (Technical)AFSB Interview
AFCAT IMPORTANT DATES
|May 27, 2019
|AFCAT application form available from
|June 1, 2019 (Available)
|Last date to register for the exam
|June 30, 2019
|Last date to pay a fee
|June 30, 2019
|AFCAT admit card
|Date of online test
|August 24 and 25, 2019
|Declaration of AFCAT/ EKT result
|September 17, 2019
|AFCAT cut off for online test
|To be announced
|AFSB interview date and venue selection
|September 17 to 22, 2019
|AFSB interview dates
|October 21 onwards
|Declaration of the final result
|To be announced
AFCAT ADMIT CARD 2019
The AFCAT admit card will be issued in July 2019. Online. Only those candidates will be able to download their admission card, which will complete the application form. To download the AFCAT 2019 admission card, the candidate will need to use their login details – username and password. An AFCAT (II) admission card will also be sent to candidates for their registered email id. However, no admission card will be sent to the candidates by post. The AFCAT admission card is issued in two stages – online test and AFSB interview. Candidates qualifying for the online examination will receive an admission card for the AFSB interview.
AFCAT examination centers are places where the exam will take place. The AFCAT 2019 exam will take place at various centers in 104 cities of India. Candidates will be able to choose their examination centers while completing the application form. In the application form, candidates can complete approximately five examination centers according to their preferences. The assignment of the examination center will be given to the candidates via the admit card.
Students are advised to give AFCAT MOCK TESTS before appearing in to exam. Mock test are great tool to evaluate one’s ability and track the performance. You can identify your weak points and where you ned to practice more during the mock tests.