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The AFCAT Exam is conducted under the authority of the Indian Airforce Selection Board. Through this vacancy, A candidate can join the different branches of the Indian Air force as an officer. One has an option to choose Flying Branch, Technical Branch and Ground Duty Branch etc. The Selection is not that easy, One will need to prepare well to clear the selection phase. Let’s see the details of the Selection Process:

Name of the Exam Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT)
Conducting Body Indian Air Force (IAF)
Language of the Exam English
Occurrence February and August
Mode of Exam Online

AFCAT Selection Process:

The Selection Process of the candidates in the Indian Air force for the officer’s entry is done in three phases:
  • Written Examination
  • AFSB Interview
  • Medical Examination
  • The AFSB (Air force Selection Board) Interview is the toughest phase of selection. Well, the Written Exam is also that easy. One will need to prepare better for this as well. To apply for this, There are some eligibility criteria that is a requirement to have to apply for the AFCAT Exam.

    The AFSB (Air force Selection Board) Interview is the toughest phase of selection. Well, the Written Exam is also that easy. One will need to prepare better for this as well. To apply for this, There are some eligibility criteria that is a requirement to have to apply for the AFCAT Exam.

Eligibility Criteria for AFCAT:

  • For Flying branch: Degree from a recognized university With 60 % & 12th Passed with 60% marks in Each Physics & Maths
  • For Ground Duty Technical: Degree from a recognized university With 60 % marks
  • For Ground Duty Non-Technical: Degree from a government recognized University with Physics , Mathematics, chemistry, statistic, International Relation ,Defence studies, Psychology, computer science, IT, Management , Mass Communication etc. with a 50% marks in aggregate all papers put together in Post.

Age Limit for AFCAT:

The age of the candidate should not be less than 20 years old and it should not be more than 26 years old. It will be the same for all. No relaxation has been given in age criteria.

AFCAT Physical Fitness:

A candidate must be medically and physically fit in all manner. One may need to appear for the following physical activities:
  • Running: up to 4 Km. in 15 minutes
  • Skipping.
  • Push-ups & Sit-ups: Minimum 20 each.
  • Chin-ups: 08.
  • Rope Climbing: 3 to 4 metres.
  • Swimming (25 m) etc

AFCAT Written Exam Details:

Exam AFCAT EKT (only for technical)
Mode of Exam Online Online
No. of Questions 100 50
Maximum Marks 300 150
Duration of Exam 2 hours (120 minutes) 45 minutes
Negative Marking 1 mark 1 mark

AFCAT Written Exam Syllabus:

Here are the following subjects that one has to prepare for the AFCAT Written Examination:
  • English
  • General Knowledge
  • Numerical Ability, Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test.
English General Awareness Numerical Ability Reasoning and MAT
  • Comprehension
  • Basic Grammar
  • Fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate word
  • Tenses
  • Error Detection
  • Sentence Completion
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Testing of Vocabulary
  • History
  • Sports
  • Geography
  • Art and Culture
  • Current Affairs
  • Politics
  • Civics
  • Environment
  • Defense
  • Decimal and Fraction
  • Simple Interest & Compound Interest
  • Time & Distance (Trains/Boats & Streams)
  • Percentage
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Time and Work
  • Average
  • Profit & Loss
  • Odd One Ou
  • Analogy
  • Venn Diagram
  • Pattern Completion
  • Dot Situation Analysis
  • Blood Relation
  • Missing Figures
  • Figure Classification
  • Coding and Decoding
  • Spotting the Embedded Figures
  • Sequencing

The AFCAT Exam is tough to clear, A candidate need to have proper preparation for this. If you aim of joining the Indian Air force through the AFCAT Entry, Join the CPDA (cadet’s Point Defense Academy) and get proper training and education about the examination.

Why Choose CPDA for AFCAT preparation:

The AFCAT Exam is tough to clear, A candidate needs to have proper preparation for this. If you aim of joining the Indian Air force through the AFCAT Entry, Join the CPDA (cadet’s Point Defense Academy) and get proper training and education about the examination.

Why Choose CPDA for AFCAT preparation:

We have a team Ex- Air force Examiners and Officers who give proper training and education. The AFSB Interview is something that a normal teacher can not train for this. The AFSB Interview is somethings that needs OLQs (Officer’s Like Quality). One will need to implant that officer’s like quality to get clear the Interview. Join the academy and get better preparation under the guidance of the officers and examiners. Check the details about the CPDA courses:

CPDA Courses Details:

Duration Course Name & Code Application form Course Fee Total Amount
6 Months Tejas 6 Rs. 500/- Rs. 30,000/- Rs. 30,500/-
3 Months Tejas 3 Rs. 500/- Rs. 15,000/- Rs. 15,500/-