The Indian Air Force (IAF) will be releasing the admit cards for the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) 2022 today, i.e. January 28. Candidates who have applied for the IAF recruitment examination can download the admit cards from afcat.cdac.in from 5 PM onwards. However, it must be noted that the admit cards can be accessed via the login facility provided on the official website. The examination is scheduled to take place on February 12, 13 and 14, 2022.
How to download AFCAT admit card 2022?
An official notification has already been put up on the official website stating the admit cards will be hosted on the candidate login facility. For some guidance, candidates can refer to the steps given below.
Step 1- Visit the official website of AFCAT 2022 at afcat.cdac.in
Step 2- After that, click on the drop-down menu beside ‘Candidate Login’ at the top of the page
Step 3- Select ‘AFCAT 01/2022 – CYCLE’ after which the candidate login page will open
Step 4- Now, enter email ID, password, displayed text and then click on the ‘Login’ button
Step 5- A new page will open on which the applicant has to scroll down a bit further
Step 6- Click on the ‘Download Admit card’ link
Step 7- The AFCAT admit card will be automatically downloaded.
After downloading the admit cards, candidates must carefully crosscheck the personal details along with the name and address of the examination centre. The AFCAT admit card 2022 also contains the examination date and the reporting time, which one must take note of.
Candidates must mandatorily take a printout of the admit card as they have to place their signature and thumb impression at the designated space. The examinee has to produce a back to back printout of the admit card since necessary instructions will be detailed on the overleaf.
Exam Day Guidelines
AFCAT 01/2022 will be held over two shifts. Aspirants have to report to their respective examination centres as per the reporting time mentioned in the admit cards. Other guidelines include.
1. It is mandatory to carry the admit card, Aadhaar card and another valid ID proof.
2. Examinees have to carry two coloured passport-sized photographs which should be the same as the one uploaded during the online application.
3. A ballpoint pen (either blue or black) to sign on the attendance sheet and for rough work.
4. All sorts of electronic and communication devices are strictly prohibited.
5. Importantly, all COVID-19 related instructions have to be strictly followed.