AFCAT 2020 Online Registration: Apply here for free! Govt job portal is listing career growth options in service of nation. Indian Air Force AFCAT 2020 registration is now open. IAF AFCAT 2020 online form apply last date is 14 July 2020. Likewise Indian Air Force NCC Entry 2020 is also open for the aspirants. Get each and every update of Air Force Common Admission Test 2020 at right on this page. We offer AFCAT 2020 Exam Syllabus and study material. As well as get Best Book for AFCAT 2020 also. Further the qualification, selection process, exam date and other updates are given below.

AFCAT 2020 Online Registration, Book, Exam Syllabus

AFCAT Topic-wise Solved Papers with 5 Practice Sets

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  • Description: No.1 study guide for preparation of AFCAT. Get the exact lines of exam pattern and syllabi with aim to crack the exam in the first attempt. Solved papers are included as well as all the types of questions to be asked in the exam.

No.1 Book for AFCAT 2020. Online applications are invited for the for grant of following three Commissions in Indian Air Force. Firstly the Short Service Commission (SSC) in Flying Branch. Secondly the Permanent Commission (PC) and Short Service Commission (SSC) in Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) Branches. And Thirdly is grant of PC/ SSC for NCC Special Entry Scheme (For flying branch) and for Meteorology Entry. The said Indian Air Force courses are commencing in July 2021. All job requirements are available in IAF AFCAT 2020 full notification.

Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) 2020 / NCC Special Entry / Meteorology Entry

Indian Air Force
AFCAT / NCC / 0Meteorology Entry 2020
Advt.No.: 2/2020
Total vacancies: 256 Posts
Important Dates:
  1. Job update: 11/06/2020
  2. Apply start date: 15/06/2020
  3. Apply Last date: 14/07/2020
Application Fee:
  • No fee for NCC or Meteorology entry.
  • Rs.250/- for AFCAT entry.
  • Fee is payable by Online mode.
Qualification: Graduate (Three Year Course) in any discipline (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level) or B E or B Tech (Four Year Course).
Upper Age (as on 01/07/2020): 20 to 24 years for Flying branch whereas 20 to 26 years for GD (Tech & Non-tech).
Vacancy Details:
  • Short Service Commission in Flying Branch through AFCAT: 74 posts
  • AE(L) Permanent Commission in Ground Duty (Technical) through AFCAT: 40 posts
  • AE(L) Short Service Commission in Ground Duty (Technical) through AFCAT: 26 posts
  • AE(M) Permanent Commission in Ground Duty (Technical) through AFCAT: 23 posts
  • AE(M) Short Service Commission in Ground Duty (Technical) through AFCAT: 16 posts
  • Admin Permanent Commission in Ground Duty (Non-technical) through AFCAT: 23 posts
  • Admin Short Service Commission in Ground Duty (Non-technical) through AFCAT: 16 posts
  • Edn Permanent Commission in Ground Duty (Non-technical) through AFCAT: 08 posts
  • Edn Short Service Commission in Ground Duty (Non-technical) through AFCAT: 08 posts
  • Meteorology Permanent Commission: 10 posts
  • Meteorology Short Service Commission: 12 posts
Selection process: Selection shall be through four staged process. See AFCAT Selection Process update.
How to apply: AFCAT 2020 Application Form through the official website is active. Online registration is mandatory to all.
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Stage wise Full Details of AFCAT 2020 Selection Process

Stage-1 Written Test: Written test is the very first step to crack the AFCAT. For all entries other than NDA and CDSE and for all branches, you have to undergo the AFCAT. Basically the AFCAT – Air Force Common Admission Test is a screening test. So qualifying this test is mandatory to all. Syllabus of AFCAT is equally leveled to graduation study. The test is conducted all across India by the Indian Air Force.

Stage-2 AFSB Testing: After the Step-1, you have to report to any one of the Air Force Selection Boards. Following tests are conducted there. These tests gauge your potentials as an Officer in the Indian Air Force. However, this is also notable that only who qualified in Testing Stage-I are allowed to appear in Second One. These tests are explained well in detail before they are conducted. STAGE-II Testing lasts four to five days. Generally, fifth day is for CPSS testing (Flying branch).

  1. STAGE-I Testing
    • Officer Intelligence rating Test.
    • Picture perception and Discussion Test.
  2. STAGE-II Testing
    • Psychological Tests are written tests.
    • Group Tests are interactive indoor and outdoor activities. GT are a combination of mental and physical work.
    • Interview involves a personal conversation with an Officer.
    • Candidates who have applied for flying branch and have been recommended, will also have to undergo Computerised Pilot Selection System (CPSS) test.

Stage-3 Medical Test: Detailed medical tests are conducted to examine the fitness. No need to worry, and you will qualify this, if you are perfectly fit. You should exercise daily so that you can qualify Step-3.

Stage-4 AFCAT Merit List: An All India Merit List is compiled on the basis of your performance in the written test and AFSB interview.

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