Indian Air Force (IAF) has released AFCAT 01/2019 Admit Card on January 30, 2019, at afcat.cdac.in.The admit card has been released for the AFCAT 1/2019 Examination which is scheduled to be conducted on February 16 and 17, 2019. The admit card has been released two days prior to the scheduled date i.e. February 01, 2019. For fetching the call letter candidates need to enter the login credentials such as email id and password on the sign in page. The admit card has been issued to those candidates only who have successfully registered for AFCAT 2019 before the last date.
IAF has also sent the AFCAT Admit Card 2019 to the candidate’s registered email id. In the AFCAT Admit Card 2019 details like candidates name, father’s name, mother’s name, date of birth, gender, identification mark, aadhar no., address, mobile no., hall ticket no., email id, registration no., signature, thumb impression, exam center, landmark, exam date, reporting time, EKT stream, declaration are mentioned.
After downloading the admit card candidates should carefully read the details mentioned on it and should take the print out of it as for all the candidates is mandatory to carry a clear hard copy of the AFCAT Admit Card 2019. If the candidate’s admit card is containing any false details or those who have not received the admit card by any of the methods (through login or by email) should immediately contact the IAF at 020-25503106, or can also send an email at email@example.com.
Know What To Carry On Exam Day
On the exam day in presence of IAF Observer candidates have to paste the one passport size photograph (same as the photo uploaded in the online form), do the signature and mark thumb impression. Along with the hard copy of the admit card candidates also need to carry one valid photo identity proof (aadhar card, pan card, passport, voter id card etc.) and two passport size photograph on the day of the AFCAT 1/2019 Examination.
In the Online examination, objective types questions will be asked. The standard of Numerical Ability Questions and other subjects questions will be of Matriculation level and graduate level (Indian University) respectively. The examination is consists of 2 papers that are AFCAT exam and EKT exam. In the AFCAT exam total, 100 questions of 300 marks and in EKT exam total, 50 questions of 150 marks will be asked.