Get govt job opportunity in Indian Air Force, apply soon

A great opportunity has emerged for job seekers in the Indian Air Force. The application process for Air Force Common Admission Test (Air Force Common Admission Test, AFCAT) has started from 1st December, 2021 i.e. Candidates who want to apply can fill the form by visiting the official website of the IAF AFCAT.

Recruitment to a total of 317 posts is being started through this examination for recruitment in Indian Air Fors (IAF AFCAT 2021). Candidates should take a good look at the notifications available on the official website before applying. the last date for filling online forms for AFCAT 2021 k is December 30, 2021. Tell us that the AFCAT course is scheduled to expire in January 2023.

Recruitments to these posts are to be made:

SSC (Flying) - 77 posts
AE (AE)- 129 posts
Admin (Admin) - 51 posts
Act (Accounts) - 21 posts
LG (Lgs) - 39 posts

Application Process:

First of all, you have to visit the official website-
The Career option has to go to its home page.
Now visit the link is available AFCAT 02/2021.
Click the Apply Online option in it.
Now fill in the details and register.
You can fill out the application form after registration.

Qualification- It mentions the application qualification suitable for each post. Candidates are advised to check the complete notification before filling the form.

Age Limit - More than 20 years and less than 24 years have been sought.
The age limit for ground branches of applicants for flying branch is 20 to 26 years.

What happens AFCAT?: Air Force Common Admission Test takes place 2 times every year to include officers in the Indian Air Force (IAF). The applicant is first invited for a written exam. Shortlisted candidates in written exams are called by the Air Force Board for testimony. Through AFCAT, candidates (IAF) can apply for all the 3 branches which are flying branches, technical branches and ground duty branches. The eligibility criteria for branches vary. Both men and women can fill forms for all three branches.

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