Indian Air Force has declared the AFCAT 1 2021 Result. The result of the first stage written examination, which was conducted nationally on February 20-22, 2021 has been declared at the official website afcat.cdac.in today on March 09, 2021. Those who have qualified through the first stage exam will now be appearing in the AFSB interviews. The cut-offs this time are 165 for AFCAT and 30 for EKT. AFCAT 2021 written result indicates the total marks scored by individual candidates in AFCAT and EKT exams. AFCAT is conducted for Permanent Commissioning/Short Service Commissioning in Flying and Ground Branches of the Indian Air Force.
How to Check AFCAT 2021 Result?
AFCAT result is declared through candidate login on the official website only. One must know their login credentials for checking their individual scores in AFCAT/EKT exams. Once candidates have opened the official website of AFCAT i.e. afcat.cdac.in, they can see the rolling notification of the result event. Candidates have to click on this link to check their scores.
Clicking on the result link, candidates are automatically redirected to the login page. Here candidates have to enter their Registered email ID/User ID and Password correctly. Once logged in, the scorecard displays indicating the name of the candidate, their score in AFCAT & EKT separately the cut-offs for AFCAT and EKT.
AFCAT 2021 Cut-Offs
This year, AFCAT cut off has gone up to 165 from 155 in the previous exam held last year. Unlike this, the EKT cut-offs have gone down from 40 in the previous exam to 30 in AFCAT 2021. The cut-offs indicate the minimum marks that a candidate must have scored to be enlisted for subsequent stages of selection.
AFCAT cut offs depend on various conditions and determined by the Air Force. Factors like the number of candidates taking the test, availability of vacancies, difficulty level of the question paper. Post exam analysis indicate that AFCAT 2021 question paper was in the easy to moderate difficulty level on February 20 to 22, 2021.
AFCAT 2021 Selection Process
Selection for recruitment in the Indian Air Force through the AFCAT exam consists of four key stages. The first stage is the written examination which is conducted nationally. Only those who qualify this stage by securing a score above or equal to the indicated cut-offs are called to appear in the AFSB round.
Those who apply for admission to the Flying Branch are required take the Computerised Pilot Selection System (CPSS) which is a mandatory test. Final merit lists are published after the completion of Medical Examination.