Air Force Common Admission Test Flying, Technical
IAF conducts Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) is conducted by the Indian Air Force for selection of officers in all branches of the IAF (except medical and dental) viz. Flying Branch (Short Service Commission only), Technical Branch (Permanent Commission and Short Service Commission) and Ground Duty Branch (Permanent Commission and Short Service Commission). AFCAT is conducted twice a year (in the month of February and August).
The minimum qualification required for AFCAT is graduation/post-graduation (depending on the branch you are applying for). There is also a minimum requirement of marks in graduation/post-graduation. Graduate (minimum 3 years course) in any discipline from a recognized university who have attained minimum 60% marks in aggregate (all papers put together) and have passed Maths and Physics at the 10+2 level are eligible to apply.
Duration of AFCAT is two hours. It consists of 100 questions. It is an objective test and the syllabus includes General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning and Military Aptitude.