Indian Air Force (IAF) will reveal the individual marks and cut off marks of AFCAT 2 2018 Exam. AFCAT 2 2018 Admit Card for the NCC Special Entry has been released. The result has been declared on September 07, 2018. However, at that time, the marks of candidates and cut was not revealed due to the cancellation of the exam in Kerala region. Now the exam in Kerala will take place on September 22 & 23, 2018. After the conduction of exam, the Indian Air Force will prepare the combined cut off on October 01, 2018. Now IAF has released the call letter of AFSB round for only MET candidates. Such candidates can download the admit read through candidate login. Get here more information about AFCAT 2 2018 Exam like AFSB admits card etc.
AFCAT 2 2018 Exam
While applying candidates have to select the Commission and Entry. The commission is divided into two parts Short Service Commission and Permanent Commission. On the contrary, Entry is divided into three parts. AFCAT Entry, NCC Special Entry, Meteorology Branch. In order to join the world’s 4th largest Air Force aspirants must apply according to the schedule of AFCAT 2.
|AFCAT 2 2018 Exam||Important Dates|
|Releasing of Notification||01 Jun 2018|
|Commencement of Online Application||16 Jun 2018|
|Last date to fill the online Application Form||15 July 2018|
|Availability of the Admit card for AFCAT||01 Aug 2018|
|Conduction of the AFCAT 2 Exam on||18 Aug 2018 & 19 Aug 2018|
|Releasing of AFCAT Answer key (Memory Based)||18 & 19 Aug 2018|
|Releasing of AFCAT Result||07 Sep 2018|
|Admit Card Release Date for AFCAT 2 2018 Supplementary Exam||To be Announced|
|AFCAT 2 2018 Supplementary Exam Date||22, 23 Sep 2018|
|Declaration of Result for AFCAT 2 2018 Supplementary Exam||To be Announced|
|Availability of Admit Card for AFSB Testing||To be announced|
|Conduction of the AFSB||To be announced|
|Result for AFSB will out on||To be announced|
|Conduction of the Medical Examination||To be announced|
|IAF will release All India Merit List on||To be announced|
The schedule is for those aspirants who desperately wants to be the part of IAF family. As discipline should run into your veins, so follow this schedule to participate in the AFCAT 2 2018 Exam.
AFSB Center Selecting
The qualifiers of AFCAT are now able to select Air Force Selection Board Center. The candidates have to select the center within a specified time. Those who will not select the center’s system will automatically assign the center and date for AFSB. The call letter for AFSB will be available soon.
Candidate Login: Click here to select the AFSB center and date of AFCAT 2 2018
AFCAT 2 2018 Supplementary Exam
A supplementary exam for AFCAT 2 2018 will only be conducted for those candidates who are belonging to Kerala Region. Due to heavy rainfall and flood in the Kerala Region IAF has canceled the AFCAT 2 2018 Exam in the Kerala Region. Due to the cancellation of the AFCAT 2 2018 Exam in Kerala Region, candidates belonging to Kerala Region were unable to appear in the exam so those candidates can appear in the AFCAT 2 2018 Supplementary Exam. Hence IAF is again conducting the exam. For exam soon they will be issued the admit card. Thus keep your eye on this page for recent updates.
Mock Test of AFCAT 2 2018 Exam
The candidates can get the link for the mock test, from above. The link has further four links streamwise.
- The first link which says AFCAT AA Sample Question Paper which is common for all the candidates. The link opens the Aptitude mock test. The rest of the link also contains the EKT paper.
- The second link which says AFCAT AC Sample Question Paper, the link is for the computer science aspirants.
- The third link which says AFCAT AL Sample Question Paper, this link works for bachelors Electrical engineering stream.
- The last link which says AFCAT AM Sample Question Paper, the link is working for Mechanical engineers.
Thus choose the respective link, as per your qualification.
Vacancies in IAF through AFCAT 2 2018 Exam
IAF introduced a number of vacancies in through AFCAT 2 2018 Exam. IAF will give chance to 135 candidates into one of the most honored recruitment in India. The aspirants can check the vacancy distribution from here
Note: The vacancies are tentative are subject to change. IAF holds every right to cancel on indicate vacancies at any time throughout the recruitment. Actual intake will depend on organizational requirements, various cadre control mechanisms, availability of training slots and an actual number of vacancies accruing in July 2019.
Branch Details participating in AFCAT 2 2018 Exam
Three branches are participating in the upcoming recruitment, and aspirants can opt for their preferable branch.
Ground Duty(Technical & Non- Technical)
|NCC Special Entry||Flying|
|Meteorology Branch||Ground Duty(Non- Technical)|
Type of Commission
Aspirants can take entry in the IAF through two Commissions. SSC and PC. Indian Air Force (IAF) recruits candidates as Commissioned Officers for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in Flying Branch and Permanent Commission (PC) / Short Service Commission (SSC) in Ground Duty (Technical) and Ground Duty (Non-technical) Branches.
- Permanent Commission: In Permanent Commission only male aspirants can apply. Candidates who join under the Permanent Commission have to serve the IAF till the age of superannuation as per their branch and rank.
- Short Service Commission: IAF recruits Male & Female aspirants both for SSC. If an aspirant joins under SSC then the engagement period would be fourteen years(Non -extendable). Initially, the tenure is for 10 years for the SSC Ground Duty (Technical & Non- Technical). The candidates can request to extend their service but these depend on the subject to service requirements, availability of vacancies, willingness, suitability, and merit.
Eligibility for AFCAT 2 2018 Exam
While applying for the most prominent examination of the country, the aspirant should map himself on the set of criteria.
Natinationality: Only Indian Citizen is eligible to apply.
- For Flying Branch: The age of the aspirant applying for the Flying Branch should between 20 to 24 years i. e. Their date of birth should fall between July 02, 1995 to July 01, 1999 (both dates inclusive).
- For Ground Duty (Technical/Non-Technical) Branches: The aspirants whose age is between 20 to 26 years is eligible and his/her DON should fall between July 02, 1995 to July 01, 1999 (both dates inclusive).
Age Relaxation (For Flying Branch Only): By the way, IAF doesn’t provide any relaxation on a particular community. But those who have the Commercial Pilot Licence issued by DGCA (India) will get special relaxation up to 02 years i.e. born between 02 July 1993 to 01 July 1999 (both dates inclusive).
|Branch Name||Respective Qualification|
|For Flying Branch||Candidates should have mandatorily passed with a minimum of 60% marks each in Maths and Physics at 10+2 level and Graduation with minimum three years degree course in any discipline from a recognized University with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent. OR BE/B Tech degree (Four years course) from a recognised University with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent OR Candidates who have cleared Section A & B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India from a recognised University with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent|
|For Ground Duty (Non- Technical) Branch|
|Administration and Logistics||Administration& Logistics. Graduate Degree (Minimum three years degree course) in any discipline from a recognised university with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent or cleared section A & B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India from a recognised university with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent.|
|Accounts Branch||A B.Com degree holder from a recognized university with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent is eligible to apply.|
|Metrology Branch||Post Graduation in any Science Stream with minimum 50% marks, and Graduation with 55% marks.|
|For Ground Duty (Technical) Branch||
Physical Standard for AFCAT 2 2018: The aspirants who want to apply for AFCAT have to satisfy the physical standards set by the IAF.
- Height: The minimum acceptable height for Flying Branch is same for Man and Woman candidates i. e. 162.5 cms.
For Ground Duty, it varies for Man and Woman i. e. 157.5 cms for Man and 152 cms for a woman.
- Visual Standards: For Flying Branch is it 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in other, correctable to 6/6 only for hypermetropia. Manifest Hypermetropia must not exceed +2.0D Sph,
Myopia – Nil, and Astigmatism +0.75 D Cyl (within +2.0 D – Max)
Near Vision N-5 each eye.
Color Vision CP-1(ML T).
There are many other things which could be measured in the Physical Standards for AFCAT 2 2018. For details information, you can click on the “Physical Standard” Page for the Quick Link Section.
Marital Status: The aspirants below the age of 25 should be unmarried till the commencement of the course. Widows/Widowers and divorcees (with or without encumbrances) below 25 years of age are also not eligible.
Application Form for AFCAT 2 2018
IAF released the application form for AFCAT 2 2008 on careerindianairforce.cdac.in and afcat.cdac.in. IAF released the Application form Online this was the only mode for the application submission. Adhaar Card was the mandatory document for the filling application. Submission of one application was sufficient.
For applying completely the aspirants had to pay the examination fee of Rs 250/- through Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking.
In order to apply successfully at first, the aspirants needed to create a login through AFCAT Candidate Login. Then they had to fill the entire application form, by entering educational details, Course Preference communication Details. At last, uploading signature, photograph, and documents committed the application submission.
Admit Card for AFCAT 2 2018
After completion of the Application Process, IAF issued the Admit Card for AFCAT 2 2018 at careerindianairforce.cdac.in and afcat.cdac.in. The only mode for getting the Admit Card was online. The registered candidates get the Admit Card on the official website. The aspirants get the Admit Card through the Candidate Login on IAF website, and apart from this candidates received Admit Card on registered email ID.
If any candidate doesn’t get his /her Admit Card and unable to download it from the website then he/she is required to enquire from AFCAT Query Cell.
- Phone Numbers 020-25503105 or 020-25503106
- EMail queries may be addressed to email@example.com.
Examination Scheme for AFCAT 2 2018
+ 3 for Correct and – 1 for incorrect
Basically, AFCAT is an Online Test. Which have for parts Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) & Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). AFCAT is conducted to test the aspirant’s basic knowledge, and EKT is for testing the Technical Knowledge of the candidate. Generally, each candidate who participates in AFCAT have to undergo the AFCAT but only Technical entry candidates have to appear for the EKT.
Examination Language: The language of the Examination is English.
Standard of the Examination: The standard of Numerical Ability Questions will be of Matriculation level. The standard of questions in other subjects will be of graduation level (Indian University).
|Exam||Subject||No of Question||Marks||Duration|
It is mandatory for the Engineers to appear in both of the test, and they have to pass the EKT. They have to pass EKT along with the AFCAT. The EKT takes place immediately after the AFCAT paper that is as soon as the two hours of AFCAT.
Answer Key for AFCAT 2 2018
The Aspirants who appeared for the AFCAT 2 2018 were desperately waiting for the AFCAT Answer keys. The AFCAT Answer keys work as the conclusion of the exam till the result announced. The Answer Key for AFCAT 2018 consists of the correct answers and with the help of the answer key, the candidates can cross check their answers. To check and estimate their marks they should have the knowledge of examination scheme and mark scheme.
Result for AFCAT 2 2018
AFCAT 2 2018 result has been released check the same from the result page. The result will declare the name of the candidates selected for the Air Force Selection Board Test. The result will announce at careerindianairforce.cdac.in and afcat.cdac.in. IAF will call them in one of the Selection Board Air Force. The candidates can check the result through the candidate login.
Selection procedure of AFCAT 2 2018
When IAF release the notification the aspirant seeking the chance have to responds by applying. After that, they have to appear for each step of the selection Process if they clear the rounds.
Step 1: AFCAT & EKT is the step one. The candidates have to appear for the test according to the branch they have applied. After clearing this step the aspirants will get a call to attend the next step of the selection procedure is AFSB.
Step 2: Air Force Selection Board Test is the next Round. It is a five-day long test cum interview. The AFSB looks in a candidate for an officer like quality and thus selects them on basis of several tests which go on for 5 – 7 days.
- 1st Day: Phase 1- Officer Intelligence Rating and Picture Perception and Discussion Tests.
- 2nd Day: Psychological Tests and PABT for Flying Branch candidates
- 3rd Day: Group Tests/ Interviews
- 4th Day: Group Tests/ Interviews
- 5th Day: Group Tests/ Interviews
- 6th Day: Group Tests/ Interviews, Board Conference.
Step 3: Medical Examination is the last step of the selection. If an aspirant is recommended by AFSB then he/ she will be sent to either Air Force Central Medical Establishment (AFCME), New Delhi or Institute of Aviation Medicine, Bangalore.
Training After AFCAT 2 2018
At last the candidates who will get their name in the All India Merit list will get the call for Training.
Training will commence in the first week of July 2019 for all courses at Air Force Academy Dundigal (Hyderabad). The duration of training for Flying and Ground Duty (Technical) Branches is 74 weeks and that of Ground Duty (Non-Technical) Branches is 52 weeks at Air Force Training Establishments. PAN Card and account in SBI/ Nationalised Bank is mandatory at the time of joining Air Force Academy.
Pay Scale of and Allowances under AFCAT 2 2018
The pay scale of a Flying Officer will according to the Pay 7th Central Pay Commission.
|Rank||Pay as per Defence Matrix||Level||MSP|
|Flying officer||Rs. 56100 – 110700||10||Rs. 15,500|
Note: Flight cadets shall receive a fixed stipend of Rs 56,100/- per month for the period of training.
Apart From the Basic pay the Officer will the other allowances as well. The Allowances includes Flying, Technical, Field Area, Special Compensatory (Hill area), Special Force, Siachen, Island Special Duty, Test Pilot & Flight Test Engineer, Area and Remote Locality Allowance.
Other Benefits of Joining Air Force
IAF also provides the travel allowance like traveling fare by the shortest route of AC-III Tier/AC Chair Car or actual normal bus fare to the candidates appearing in Air Force Selection Board for the first time will be reimbursed.
An IAF Officer will get the Insurance cover of Rs. 75 Lakhs. Additional cover of Rs 10 Lakhs (on contribution) is applicable to Flying Branch Officers.
In addition to all the allowances, the IAF officer will also be furnished with the accommodation, comprehensive medical cover for self and dependents, Canteen, Officers’ Mess, loans at subsidized rates, LTC, etc. Leave (60 days annual and 20 days casual) subject to service exigencies.
Sports and Adventure
An IAF Officer get the chance to participate in the various state of the art facilities to play various sports and adventure activities (skydiving, microlight flying, mountaineering, water rafting etc.)
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