AFCAT Written Exam Coaching
The Indian Air Force conducts the Air Force Common Aptitude Test (AFCAT) to select Commissioned Officers for the Flying, Technical, and Ground Duty branches. As an officer in the Indian Air Force, you will possess the skills to plan, organize, and effectively utilize available resources while leading through personal example.
Before applying for the AFCAT 2015 Recruitment Test, candidates must check the eligibility criteria, which includes age limit and educational qualification requirements for various posts in the Indian Air Force. The eligibility criteria for AFCAT can be found below this paragraph, and candidates should ensure they meet these criteria before proceeding to fill out the registration form.
Age Limit Criteria:
Flying Branch – 19 year to 23 years
Technical Branch – 18 years to 28 years
Ground Duty Branch – 20 year to 27 years
Education Qualification Criteria:
For Flying Branch – The candidates must complete three or four year degree program (B.E/B.Tech) from any recognized university with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks.
For Technical Branch – The candidates must complete engineering UG course from Aeronautical, Mechanical or Electronic engineering from any recognized university with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks.
For Ground Duty Branches – The candidates must have a minimum of 60% aggregate marks in graduation or 50% aggregate marks in post-graduation in any discipline.