Indian Air Force Recruitment  Notification 2021: Vacancies For AFCAT 02/2020 Online Form 2021

Indian Air Force invites applications from eligible candidates for the posts of AFCAT (01/2020) for Flying Branch & Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) Branches. NCC Special Entry for Courses Commencing in January 2021. Eligible & Interested Candidates must read carefully the Full Notification before Apply. Interested Candidates may apply through website.

About Vacancies:

Total Vacancy: 256

Name of the Post: AFCAT (02/2021)

Age Limit: 

For Flying Branch:
  • Minimum 20 years & maximum 26 years
  • Candidates born between 02-07-1997 to 01-07-2001 (both dates inclusive)
For Ground Duty (Technical & Non-Technical) Branch:
  • Minimum 20 years & maximum 26 years
  • Candidates born between 02-07-1995 to 01-07-2001 (both dates inclusive).

Application Fee: Rs.250/-

Candidates can pay the fee through Online mode.

Educational Qualification:

  • Candidates should have passed with a minimum of 50% marks each in Maths and Physics at 10+2 level and
  • Graduation (any Disciplines) or BE/B Tech degree or Candidates who have cleared Section A & B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India in relevant Engg disciplines
  • Degree or PG Degree (Relevant Subjects)

Important Date:

  • Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: 15 June
  • Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 14 July
  • Date of Online Exam: 19, 20-Sept 
  • Date for Issue of Admit Card: After 04-Sept 

Important Links

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About Indian Air Force

The existence of Indian Air Force was in the year 1932 on October 8th. It is seen that in the area of aircraft and the personnel, Indian Air Force is standing at the 4th place. The big responsibility of the force is to handle the aerial welfare and the other work is to secure our nation aircraft. During the time to establishment the total strength of the Force was about 6 RAF trained officer and also 19 literally, air soldiers but later on the number were started to increase.

From 2017, the Chief of the Air Staff is Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa. He has started his journey in IAF in the year 1978. The Aircraft which has flown by Air Marshal is MiG-21 and also Kiran. The main motto of the Indian Air Force is to bring up with more new technique aerospace. The branches of the Air HQ is heading by Chief of the AIR Staff and under to it come the Vice Chief of the AIR Staff, Deputy Chief of the AIR Staff, Air Officer Incharge Personnel, Air Officer Incharge Maintenance, Air Officer Incharge Administration and Director General Inspection & Safety.

There are total of 7 command present which are Western Air Command, Eastern Air Command, Central Air Command, South Western Air Command, Southern Air Command, Training Command and Maintenance Command. Those who are getting selected in Indian Air Force will have very good future and can learn to face the challenges. Depending on the qualification of the candidates, one can join IAF which has totally 3 branches Flying, Technical and Ground Duty Branch. The candidates those who have completed the graduation in aeronautical field have more chance to get in IAF.

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