Indian Air Force (IAF) has released the AFCAT 01/2022 results for the examination that was held from February 12 to 14, 2022. Candidates can check the result for the written examination on the official website, afcat.cdac.in/AFCAT. Those willing to check the result for the examination can do that by entering the email id and password on the login page. The IAF has also released the cut-off marks for the examination for both the AFCAT and EKT profiles.
AFCAT Cut Off Marks 2022
As per the official website, the cut-off marks have been released only for AFCAT 01/2022 and EKT. The cut-off for AFCAT stood at 157, whereas for EKT it was 18. A detailed comparative analysis of the cut-offs for the exam with previous year cut-off marks has been compiled below –
|AFCAT EKT 01||18||40||50||55|
|AFCAT EKT 02||–||40||55||60|
The table mentioned in the above space comprises the past years’ cut-off marks for both the phases of AFCAT 01 and 02. Based on that, it can be observed that this year the cut-off marks for the AFCAT 01 were close enough. Whereas, there was a dip in the minimum cut-off marks for the EKT division. Last year, the cut-off mark was 40 whereas this year it was 18 marks. Similar to that, candidates can check the cut-off marks were lesser in 2019 and 2018 as compared to the current and preceding year exams.
The cut-off marks were mentioned in the scorecard, alongside the respective scores of the candidates. Although AFCAT 2 is not yet conducted as of now, it is highly anticipated that if the IAF follows the previous year’s strategy then, the cut-off marks shall vary +/- 10 to 20% of the last year’s cut off marks.
What After AFCAT 01/2022 Result?
Candidates who have qualified for the AFCAT 1 2022 now stand eligibility to appear for the AFSB interview round. This interview round is going to be a five-day-long process and it is going to conduct a range of physical, psychological tests, and medical exams. Candidates who qualify both the written examination and AFSB interview shall stand a chance to appear in the final merit list of the AFCAT.