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AFCAT Admit Card 2016–2017 Aug Exam Hall Ticket

AFCAT Admit Card

AFCAT Admit CardIndian Air Force has issued AFCAT Admit Card 2016 for those candidates who are going to appear in AFCAT Exam. Organization is going to conduct Air Force Common Admission Test for the selection to the posts of Commissioned Officers In Flying, Technical And Ground Duty Branches which will be held on 28th August 2016. You may also grab the latest information regarding AFCAT Admit Card 2017 through this page when it will be published officially.

Those candidates who are going to appear in exam they may get AFCAT Hall Ticket from this page. Candidates may also download their call letter from official site through online mode by taking some necessary steps which are given below. You may get the complete details regarding AFCAT Exam Admit Card from the below section of this page which is written by the team members of



Steps to download AFCAT Exam Hall Ticket:

  • Candidates are advised to visit the official site of organization that is
  • On home page of official site go to “Candidates Login” section and hit the link.
  • Now hall ticket page will be displayed on your computer screen.
  • Enter the required details such as email or username & Password, Notification & Security Code and press on “Proceed” link.
  • Now hall ticket page will be displayed on your computer screen within a minute.
  • Download call letter on your desktop or take print out of it and bring it at the time of examination.

Read: How to Download Admit Card?

AFCAT Admit Card

IAF is also known as Indian Air Force and Indian Air Force took off as a small fleet with four Westland Wapiti army supportive by-planes, six RAF trained officers and 19 Hawai Sepoys. Now, it is fourth major Air Force in the world with an extremely technical and specialized fighting force that safeguards our skies against enemy incursions. The two dates, mentioned are landmarks in the history of the Indian Air Force. On 8 October 1932, the Indian Air Force came into being and on 1st April 1954 Air Marshal Subroto Mukherjee, one of the founding members of Air Force took over as the first Indian Chief of Air Staff.

Best Preparation Tips For Exam:

Exam Scheme:

  • The AFCAT Exam will be of two hours duration and will contain multiple choice questions on verbal ability, numerical ability, reasoning, general awareness and military aptitude.
  • Candidates who are short-listed on the basis of Air Force Common Admission Test will be called for further testing at one of the Air Force Selection Boards (AFSBs) at Dehradun, Mysore, Gandhinagar, Varanasi or Kancharapara.

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AFCAT Exam Centers:

Ambala Amritsar Allahabad Agra
Ahmedabad Barnala Bathinda Bengaluru
Belgaum Bidar Chandigarh Chabua
Bagdogra Bareilly Delhi Darbhanga
Chennai Dehradun Halwara Hashimara
Gorakhpur Guwahati Jalandhar Jammu
Gwalior Imphal Kanpur Kolkata
Hyderabad Jaipur Leh Lucknow
Jorhat Jodhpur Nal (Bikaner) Nagpur
Jamnagar Kochi Patna Pune
Kalaikunda(Kharagpur) Mysore Suratgarh Sirsa
Mumbai Pathankot Silchar Sulur (Coimbatore)
Mohanbari Srinagar Tezpur Thanjavur
Ojhar (Nasik) Shillong Varanasi Saharanpur
Port Blair Thane Thiruvananthapuram Vadodara
Salua (Kharagpur) - - -

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Important Date:

Date of Exam: 28th August 2016


To download AFCAT Admit Card 2016 candidates may go through this Official Link. Stay connected with our web portal that is to get latest updates in your mail box regarding AFCAT Admit Card 2017.

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