Air Force Common Admission Test or AFCAT examination is conducted to recruit candidates in the Indian Air forces. Aspirants willing to become a part of Indian Air Force Academy can apply for the AFCAT exam and chase their dream career, like CDS exam, Air Force Common Admission Test is conducted twice a year UPSC. Candidates will be called for Service Selection Board (SSB) after qualifying AFCAT exam and after that, successful candidates will be appointed with their respective training academies.


Exam:- AFCAT (I & II)
  • Forms:- December and June
  • Exam:- February and August
  • Age limit:- 20 to 26 years


  • For Flying Branch: – Degree from a recognized university with 60% and 12th Passed with 60 marks in Each Physics and Maths
  • For Ground Duty technical: – Degree from a recognized university with 60% marks
  • For Ground Duty Non- Technical: – Degree of a recognized university with Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Statistics international relation, Defence studies, psychology, computer science, TT, Management, Mass Communication etc. with a 50% marks in aggregate all papers put together in past. Graduation and 60% marks in Graduation.