Registrations for AFCAT 02/2021 Batch to Commence from Tomorrow, Check Selection Process
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The registration process for Air Force Common Admission Test, AFCAT 02/2021 Batch is to commence from tomorrow, June 01/ 2021. As per the report, this year, a total of 334 vacancies shall be filled through AFCAT Entry, NCC Special Entry & Meteorology Entry. The application from will be issued online on the official website of AFCAT-CDAC at

The selection of the candidates completely based on their performance in AFCAT written examination, the officer’s intelligence rating test and picture perception and discussion test, psychological test group tests and interview (5 days AFSB). Aspiring candidates can check the same explained below.

AFCAT Selection Process: The selection process of AFCAT 2021 consists of 2 stages such as the AFCAT written test, and the Personality test.

Stage 1: AFCAT Written Test

● The intellectual test consists of objective type questions conducted in 104 locations.

● IAF will prepare a list of candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in the Online AFCAT as fixed by the IAF at their discretion.

● Candidates who are declared successful in the Online AFCAT will be called at one of the Air Force Selection Boards.

● Candidates who have applied for NCC Special Entry and Meteorology Branch will be directly called for AFSB testing at one of the AFSB centres.

Stage 2: AFSB interview

● In this stage, candidates must be mentally as well as physically fit as per the specified standards of authorities. The interview continues for 5 days.

● AFSB centres are at Dehradun (1 AFSB), Mysuru (2 AFSB), Gandhinagar (3 AFSB), and Varanasi (4 AFSB).

● Candidates who opt for the flying branch can only opt for Dehradun, Mysore, and Varanasi.

● Candidates are required to choose the AFSB date and venue by themselves on the official website of AFCAT. or in order to generate calls- up letter for AFSB interview.

Final Selection:

● Candidates should secure the minimum qualifying marks separately in written examination and AFSB test as fixed by the IAF.

● The qualifiers’ names will be placed in the order of merit on the basis of the total marks secured by them in the written examination and in the AFSB tests.

● The form and manner of communication of the result of the examination to individual candidates will be decided by the IAF at their discretion.

● 10% of the vacancies are reserved for NCC Air Wing Senior Division 'C' certificate holders in Ground Duty (Technical and Non-technical) Branches.

● Allotment of PC/ SSC in Ground Duty (Technical and Non-technical) Branches would be based on a number of vacancies, performance in the selection process, and the choice given by the candidates.

Physical requirements:

● The minimum height requirement for flying branches is 162.5 cm, with leg lengths ranging from 99 to 120 cm. Candidates must not be colourblind or wear glasses.

● Visual acuity is a term used to describe the ability to see clearly (min) Vision from afar (corrected) better eye 6/6, worse eye 6/18, myopia of less than minus 5.5 D including astigmatism

● A candidate must be in good physical and mental health, and free of any disability that would interfere with the efficient performance of duty, in order to be passed as fit.