Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced important details for 283 vacancies at the flying branch and ground duties for both technical and non-technical posts through AFCAT 2 2022 Notification has been released on 01st June 2022. AFCAT 2 Online Exam has been scheduled for 26th, 27th, and 28th August 2022. Air Force Common Admission Test commonly known as AFCAT is an entrance examination conducted by Indian Air Force to select eligible and desirable candidates for multiple posts in Flying and Ground Duty [Technical and Non-Technical. Serving in such a commendable and respected field is an honour in itself. The interested candidates should read further to go through the article below for eligibility criteria, vacancy, selection process, exam pattern, and other necessary details for AFCAT 2 2022 Exam.

AFCAT 2 2022 Exam Summary

Indian Air Force has announced to conduct AFCAT 2 Exam for Ground Duty (Non-Technical and Technical) and Gazetted Officers in Flying Branches vacancies to be recruited for the course commencing in July 2023. 

AFCAT 2 2022 Exam Summary
Name of the ExamAFCAT-2 2022
Conducted byIndian Air Force
Post NameGround Duty (Non-Technical and Technical) and Gazette Officers in Flying Branches
Vacancies283
Exam levelNational Level
FrequencyTwice in a year
CategoryTechnical & Non-Technical
Application ModeOnline
Online Registration01st to 30th June 2022
Mode of ExamOnline
Total Number of Questions AFCAT: 100 & EKT: 50
Exam LanguageEnglish
Selection ProcessWritten test- AFSB Test- Medical Examination
SalaryRs. 85000/- (approx.)
Official Websitehttps://afcat.cdac.in/AFCAT/
AFCAT 2 2022 Exam Summary

AFCAT 2 2022 Exam Pattern

Name of ExamTime DurationNumber of QuestionsMaximum MarksSubjects
1. AFCAT 20222 Hours100300Verbal Ability, Numerical Ability, Reasoning, General Awareness, and Military Aptitude
2. EKT( Engineering Knowledge Test)45 Minutes15100Technical
AFCAT Exam Pattern

AFCAT Exam 

Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions

Time Duration: 2 hrs

No. of questions: 100

Max marks: 300

Subjects: Verbal ability, Numerical Ability, Reasoning, General Awareness and Military Aptitude.

There is a negative marking of 1/3rd mark in all sections.

Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT) would be for 45 minutes and conducted immediately after AFCAT.

No. of questions: 50

Max marks: 150

Note: Candidates who are opting for Ground Duty (technical) branch have to pass both AFCAT & EKT.

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