The Indian Air Force (IAF) Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) is releasing the AFCAT 1/2022 admit card today, on January 28, 2022. The exam will be conducted on February 12 to 14, 2022. The admit card can be downloaded from the official website afcat.cdac.ac.in. The exam is scheduled to be conducted in 2 shifts. Candidates will also receive their admit card via e-mail. They can also download from the official website using their e-mail address and password. The exam will be conducted in 103 cities across the country.
How to download the IAF AFCAT admit card?
Step 1: Head to the official website of AFCAT afcat.cdac.ac.in.
Step 2: Now click on “Candidate Login” at the beginning of the page.
Step 3: The candidates will be redirected to a new page. Login using e-mail address and password.
Step 4: Under AFCAT tab, click on the link for ‘Download Admit Card’
Step 5: Now candidates can download/ print their admit card.
Candidates can find the following details in the admit card:
- Candidate’s name
- Father’s and mother’s name
- Date of Birth
- Aadhar Number
- Identification mark
- Mobile number
- Hall ticket number
- e-mail ID
- Registration number
- Uploaded photograph
- Space for affixing passport size photograph
- Uploaded signature and thumb impression
- Date of Exam
- Reporting Time
- EKT Stream
- Declaration to be signed by the candidate along with date and place
- Space for signing declaration at the exam hall
- Also, candidates will find important instructions in the second page of the admit card. This comprises of instructions to be followed on the exam day and prior to it. Instructions regarding COVID is also mentioned in the admit card.
Candidates must print the 2 pages of the admit card in back-to-back format, i.e., the front and back of a single sheet of paper should have the contents.
What to carry and what not to carry to the exam hall?
|What to carry||What not to carry|
|Printed copy of admit card||Electronic gadgets|
|Another ID proof||Stationery items except ball point pen|
|2 passport size photographs||Ornaments|
|Ball point pen (Blue/ Black)||Purse/ wallet|
The AFCAT exam is conducted in online mode, for a duration of 2 hours. The maximum marks is 300. There are a total of 100 questions, each carrying 3 marks. 1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer. The questions in AFCAT will be asked from General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English, Numerical Ability and Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test. Additionally, candidates who have chosen a technical branch will have to attempt the EKT exam based on their stream- Mechanical, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics. The EKT section consists of 50 questions of maximum 150 marks, to be answered in 45 minutes.