Applications are underway for the 2021 under the Indian Air Force for youngsters who dream of serving the country by becoming officers in the Indian Air Force. Those candidates who want to apply for these posts, can easily apply by visiting the official website of AFCAT afcat.cdac.in. January 11 is the last date for applying.
According to the official notice, the IAF has also issued an application for the posts for women candidates (non-technical branches, Admin, Logistics and Accounts Branch), which also qualifies for the female candidate ground duty antique branch. She was not able to register earlier. Now Admission can easily register for Logistics and Accounts Branch. The last date for this was given by 11 January 2021.
According to the revised information, the number of these vacancies has been increased to 244. Candidates who have already applied for the examination will be given permission to modify the branch’s preference from 18 January to 21 January 2021. Explain that 2 seats are reserved for non-technical vacancies.
Vacancy details, selection process for posts
(69) for Flying SSC, (96) for Ground Duty (Technical), (76) for Ground Duty (Nontechnical). Short Service Commission (SSC) for Ground Duty and Flying Branch and Permanent Commission (PC) grant. Candidates can apply for courses starting in January 2022, which will have to pay an examination fee of ₹ 250.
The candidates will be selected on the basis of written examination of AFCAT and official intelligence rating test and picture perception and discussion test, psychological test and group, test interview.
AFCAT is going to conduct a total examination of 300 marks. The time duration for exam will be 2 hours. In the exam, 100 questions will be asked in English for Verbal Ability, General Awareness, Numerical Ability, Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test.
Apart from this, the time duration to complete the exam in the EKT exam is 45 minutes. 50 questions will be given 150 marks in Mechanical, Computer Science and Electronics along with Electronics.