AFCAT Login 2020 is the sign-in window on the official website afcat.cdac.in. Indian Air Force (IAF) has provided a single AFCAT 2020 login window. If you’re appearing for the exam, you can access the application form, admit card, result etc through AFCAT C-DAC login. On the homepage of the website, you will find a ‘Candidate Login’ option on the menu bar. After clicking on this option, a dropdown menu will appear with the options - AFCAT 01/2020 - Cycle and AFCAT 02/2020 - Cycle. These options keep changing with the latest two cycles of AFCAT. On selecting the cycle that you are appearing for, you will be redirected to the AFCAT login window. Read more about AFCAT login 2020 in the article below. LATEST: AFCAT 2020 Result released on March 17 in online mode.
AFCAT 2020 (I) was conducted on February 22 and 23. Candidates were able to download the admit card through AFCAT 2020 after February 3 til the day of exam using the candidate login.
The sign-in of AFCAT has been devised so that all aspirants can use a single window to fill the application form, download the admit card and check the result.
The login of AFCAT is separate for each cycle. However, the official website lists the latest two cycles only.
Once the selection process is over, the AFCAT login for it is removed from the official website.
To use the AFCAT sign -in, candidates must enter their email ID and password.
AFCAT Login Creation
December 01, 2019
Online Application of AFCAT 2020 begins
End date to fill AFCAT 2020 application form and login creation
December 30, 2019
Last date to pay online application fee of AFCAT 2020 via AFCAT login
Admit Card release date of AFCAT 2020 from AFCAT Candidate Login
February 3, 2020
AFCAT 2020 Exam dates
February 22 & 23, 2020
Declaration of AFCAT 2020 online test results over AFCAT login
March 17, 2020
Date for the release of AFCAT 2020 cut off marks through AFCAT login
AFSB interview dates and venue selection via AFCAT login
AFSB interview dates
Declaration of final results over AFCAT Candidate login
Accessing the application form, downloading the admit card or even checking the result is very easy if one uses the AFCAT 2020 login. The steps to use AFCAT C-DAC login are
Step 1: Go to the official website - afcat.cdac.in
Step 2: Click on ‘Candidate Login’ on the menu bar
Step 3: Select your AFCAT cycle on the dropdown menu
Step 4: Enter email ID, password and captcha code in the login window that appears on the screen
Step 5: Click on the ‘Log in’ button.
To apply for the exam, you have to register and sign in through the AFCAT 2020 login window. While filling the application form of AFCAT 2020, you need to provide personal details, educational details, course preference, upload documents, select exam cities and pay the requisite fee of Rs. 250. AFCAT 1 application form 2020 was available from December 1 to 30, 2019. As per the AFCAT exam dates 2020, online applications for AFCAT 2020(II) will be available sometime around June. Follow the steps provided below to fill AFCAT application form 2020.
Click on ‘Candidate Login’ on the official website
Now click on ‘Not yet registered? Register here’ on the AFCAT login page
Sign up by entering name and contact details
A password will be generated and sent to the email ID that you provided
Sign in using your email ID and the system generated password
You can now reset the password and log out
Log in again and proceed to fill the application form.
Applicants will be able to download the admit card through AFCAT login 2020 only. You must remember your login credentials in order to download AFCAT admit card 2020. The steps to download AFCAT admit card are mentioned below.
Go to AFCAT C-DAC login 2020
Enter your login credentials and captcha code
Click on the ‘Log in' button
Check your admit card on the screen, look for errors
Download and print the admit card if there are no errors and carry it to the exam centres
All candidates must carry their Aadhaar cards, a valid photo ID like PAN card, driving license or passport, two passport size photographs (similar to the one provided in the application form), and a ballpoint pen (blue/ balck) along with the admit card to the exam centres.
The AFCAT result 2020 is declared on March 17 and candidates have to use the AFCAT login window to check it. You’ll be able to see your registration number, AFCAT cutoff 2020, marks obtained, and qualifying status in the result. See the steps to check AFCAT result below.
Go to AFCAT login 2020
Enter email ID, password and captcha code then click on the ‘Log in' button
AFCAT result will be displayed on the screen
Download and take printouts for future references
In case you forget your password to be used in the AFCAT sign-in, follow the procedure given below -
Step 1: Click on the ‘Forgot Password’ option on the bottom corner of AFCAT C-DAC login window
Step 2: Enter email ID and mobile number
Step 3: Select your secret question
Step 4: Answer your secret question in the space provided
Step 5: Enter the captcha code and click on ‘Submit’
Note down your password to remember it
Use the latest version of the browsers while signing in through AFCAT login 2020
Only one email ID will be used throughout the exam process
In the ‘Forgot Password’ window, first four digits of the mobile number will be auto-populated after entering the email ID
If you forget the email ID that you have used, you will not be able to access AFCAT login window or the ‘Forgot Password’ window.
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There are three ways by which you can render your to Indian Air Force if you are a female.One is by joining the Flying branch. Female candidates of age 19 to 23 years can opt for flying branch.The eligibility for this is that you should be have a graduate degree in any discipline from a recognised university with aggregate of 60% marks and had maths and physics as subjects in your class 12.Other is the technical branch for which the age limit is 18-28 years and you should have a degree in Aeronautical engineering from any recognized university with 60% aggregate.The third one is Government duty Branches in which you will be posted in any of the fields of Logistics, Accounts, Education, Administration and Medical & Dental Branch.Qualification for this will differ based on the post you are applying for.
AFCAT exam is conducted to recruit the candidates at the Flying Branch and Permanent Commission (PC)/Short Service Commission (SSC) in Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) Branches.
As per the eligibility you should be graduate, The eligibility varies to the post. As you told that you are in Class 12th then you are not eligible to apply for AFCAT.
To check the further information you can go through with the given below link.
dear ajay ,
if you clear the airforce group x or group y exam then there is a 50% chance to get the job because clearing the written exam will not provide you the job it only allows a candidate to go for next level which is the physical fitness test and medical .for getting a job in airforce you must have a good physical strength for clearing physical fitness test ,and most of the candidate does this mistake that they prepare for written test but not for physicalfitness test and they disqualified.
so if you want to get the airforce job then you must prepare yourself for both written exam and physical fitness test.
You are definitely eligible for AFCAT provided you had Maths and Physics in 10+2 with 60% marks in each subjects. Indian Air Force (IAF) prescribes the
eligibility criteria of AFCAT
. The eligibility of AFCAT is decided on the basis of age, marital status, nationality, educational qualifications, and physical standards of the aspiring candidates.
is conducted for the recruitment of candidates as Commissioned/Class 1 Gazetted Officers in Flying and for Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical branches) in the Indian Air Force. There are three stages in AFCAT selection process - online test, AFSB interview and medical test. Candidates have to qualify one stage of the exam to appear for the subsequent stage.
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