AFCAT 01 2024: There is good news for the youth preparing to join the Indian Air Force. Indian Air Force AFCAT 01 2024 (Air Force Common Admission Test) notification has been released. Through this, there will be recruitment on 317 vacant posts in Flying, Ground Duty (Technical), and Ground Duty (Non-Technical) branches of the Indian Air Force. Along with this, there will also be applications for the NCC Special Entry Scheme (Flying Branch). Online application has to be made by visiting the official website of Air Force afcat.cdac.in/AFCAT and careerindianairforce.cdac.in.
Online applications for AFCAT will start from December 1, 2023. The last date to fill out the form is 30th December. The date of the AFCAT exam will be announced in the notification. AFCAT course will start in January 2025.
Eligibility for AFCAT 1 2024
Flying Branch: To join the Flying Branch of the Air Force, one must have passed 12th class with at least 50 percent marks. There should be Physics and Maths subjects in 12th. After this, graduation should be passed with 60 percent marks in any discipline. Or B.Tech should be passed with at least 60 percent marks.
Ground Duty: Must have passed 12th with Physics and Maths subjects with at least 50% marks. Must be a graduate with 60% marks in Engineering/Technology.
NCC: Must have passed 12th with at least 60% marks in Physics and Maths subjects. Along with this, it is necessary to be a graduate in any discipline. Apart from this, it is necessary to have NCC C certificate with at least B grade.
Salary in Indian Air Force
If you become an officer in the flying branch of the Indian Air Force after passing AFCAT, you will get a salary of around Rs 85,372 per month. Whereas in Ground Duty (Technical Branch) the salary will be around Rs 74,872 per month and in Ground Duty (Non-Technical Branch) the salary will be around Rs 71,872 per month.
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