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The Indian Air Force will very soon make the notice for AFCAT 1 2023 and the exam date available. Candidates should keep an eye out for the AFCAT 1 2023 notification if they are interested in rising through the Indian Air Force's ranks and becoming officers.

By clearing the AFCAT 1 2023 test, one gets the chance to join the Indian Air Force as an officer in the Flying, Technical, or Non-Technical branches.

AFCAT Exam 2023 Overview

Exam Name

Air Force Common Admission

Recruitment Body

Indian Air Force (IAF)

AFACT Vacancies

-

Category

-         

Exam Level

National

Mode of Exam

Online

Selection Process

Written test- AFSB Test- Medical

Official Website

https://sssb.punjab.gov.in/

 

AFCAT Exam Important Dates

 

Important Dates

Event

AFCAT 1 2023 Notification date

December 2022

AFCAT 1 2023 Applications Start

December 2022

AFCAT 1 2023 Applications Closes

December 2022

AFCAT 1 2023 admit card release 0t

2 weeks before the exam date

AFCAT 1 2023 Exam Date

February 2023

AFCAT 1 2023 AFSB Interview dates

April 2023 till August 2023

AFCAT Exam Pattern

 

Exam

Subject

Duratiion

Total Questions

AFCAT

General Awareness, Verbal ability in English,

 Numerical Ability and Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test

2 hours

100

AFCAT Eligibility Criteria

Nationality

The applicant must be an Indian citizen, in accordance with the Indian Citizenship Act of 1955.

Age

The Indian Air Force has established an upper age limit for ground work and flying branches. Verify the maximum age listed below:

      Flying Branch 

Candidates must be between the ages of 20 and 24. (2nd July 1999 to 01st July 2003). Candidates who hold a Commercial Pilot License issued by the DGCA (India) would have their maximum age limit relaxed by up to 26 years, which means they must have been born between July 2, 1997, and July 1, 2003.

      Ground Duty Branch

Candidates must be between the ages of 20 and 26. (02 July 1996 to 01 July 2002).

Maritial Status

At the time the training begins, candidates under the age of 25 must not be married. Divorcees and widows under the age of 25 are not eligible. A candidate who gets married while in training will be kicked out of the army and will have to pay back all of the money the government spent on him. Candidates who are married and over 25 years old are entitled to apply, however throughout the training time they will not be given married housing or be permitted to live with their families off campus.

Best AFCAT Coaching in Bhopal

Major Kalshi Classes offers preparation for the written AFCAT tests taken to join the Indian Air Force's several air force branches. Our faculty is extremely skilled and has a wealth of experience effectively preparing students for the AFCAT exams. Each student who chooses to take coaching with us feel secure and well-prepared for the exam thanks to the high standards of excellence that we uphold. In addition to covering the whole syllabus topic by subject in accordance with the notification, we also give our students preparation materials including mock exams, previous year's test questions, and doubt-clearing sessions, which are held weekly to track each student's development.

FAQs

Q. What subjects are included in the AFCAT Syllabus?

Ans. The General Awareness, Reasoning, English, Numerical Ability, and Military Aptitude Test themes are all included in the AFCAT exam syllabus. The EKT curriculum includes studies in mechanical, computer science, electrical engineering, and electronics.

Q. What are the crucial subjects addressed in English on the AFCAT test?

Ans. The following are some of the key areas covered in the AFCAT exam's English language syllabus: comprehension, sentence completion, error detection, filling in the proper word, synonyms and antonyms, vocabulary test, idioms and phrases.

Q. What subjects must I study in order to pass the AFCAT's numerical abilities section?

Ans. In order to pass the AFCAT exam's numerical ability component, candidates must be proficient in a number of subjects, including decimal fraction, time and work, average, profit & loss, percentage, ratio & proportion, and simple interest, time & distance (Trains, Boats & Streams)

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