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|Ground Duty (Non-Technical and Technical) Branch||20 - 26 years for the Unreserved category.|
The candidates below the age of 25 years must be unmarried at the time of commencement of the training. Widows/Widowers and divorcees below 25 aren’t eligible. A candidate who marries during the training will be expelled from the service and will be liable to refund all the expenditure incurred on him by the government. Married candidates above 25 years of age are eligible to apply but they will not be provided married accommodation and they will not be allowed to live with their family outside the campus during the training period.
Candidates should be physically and medically fit to carry out their responsibilities and duties properly.
Candidates must ensure that they are physically fit before reporting for SSB interview in order to undergo various tests at Air Force Selection Board. The candidates must have the ability to run 1.6 km and do 10 push-ups and 3 chin-ups at the time of reporting.
Here we have mentioned the minimum height criteria for males and females.
|Branch||Minimum Height of Female||Minimum Height male|
|Ground Duty Branch||152 Cms||157.5 Cms|
|Flying Branch||Minimum Height of Female||162.5 Cms|
The AFCAT exam consists of General Aptitude, General Awareness (GK), Verbal Ability, Reasoning and Military Aptitude. Candidates can check the Exam Pattern of AFCAT in below.
|Particulars||AFCAT||EKT (Only for tech condidates)|
|Mode of Exam||Online||Online|
|No. of Questions||100||50|
|Duration of Exam||2 hours (120 minutes)||45 minutes|
|Sections in Paper||General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English, Numerical Ability and Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test||Mechanical, Computer Science and Electrical & Electronics|
|Negative Marking||1 mark was deducted for each incorrect/wrong answer||1 mark was deducted for each incorrect/wrong answer|
The online exam is conducted by the Indian Air Force. The selection process of AFCAT Exam comprises the following stages:
AFCAT Written Exam is the only criteria for clearing first stage for the Non-Technical candidates; while AFCAT+ EKT (Engineering Knowledge Test) for the Technical candidates
Those who will clear the AFCAT Written Test cutoff are eligible to appear for an AFSB interview.
The selected candidates will be allowed to proceed for medical tests.
The pay scale varies from one post to another depending upon the Grade of the particular post but it generally ranges between: INR 56,100/- – 1,10,700/- (MSP INR15,500/-)