Wanna fly high as a warrior?Gear up

Do you have what it takes to roar at the heights of 10 thousands of feets and touch the sky with glory?

Well,then a good news.Indian Air Force is going to conduct AFCAT 2 2015 exam in August 2015 better known as Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT).Notification will be released by 08 June 2015 and the last date to apply online is 23 July 2015. The written examination is to be held on 13 September 2015.Further informations are as follow :-


Website for AFCAT 2 2015 –

Important dates:

Employment News advertisement will be published on 27 June 15.

Online registration and submission of AFCAT 02/2015 examination form will commence from 27 June 15 with last date for submission as 23 Jul 15.

Date of AFCAT (written test): 13 September 15.

Posts to apply – Interested and eligible aspirants can apply based on their age and educational qualification for the post of commissioned officers in Flying, Ground Duty and Technical Branches of Indian Air Force.

Minimum Educational Qualification: The minimum qualification is Graduation (B.E. / B.Tech. for Flying / Technical branches). However the qualification differs for different posts. Also there are some height metrics. Check official notification for details.


Important Dates of AFCAT 2 2015 Notification

Start of submission of Application forms through mode – June 2015

Last Date for submission – July 2015

AFCAT 2015 Exam Date: The exam is tentative scheduled to be held on the last Sunday of August 2015, i.e. 30 Aug.

Results: The results for AFCAT 2 2015 will be released on 3rd week of September 2015 (tentative).


Pay Scale – 15600-39100 with several other benefits including 50 lakh insurance. Check Notification for all details.

Salary of IAF Officers – Flying branch- Rs. 74264/-

Technical branch – 65514/-

Ground Duty Branches – 63014/-


About AFCAT 2 Notification 2015 – Written examination

AFCAT written exam consists of General Knowledge, Math, English and Reasoning. Maximum marks will be 300. Total 100 questions will be asked and time allowed for the exam is 2 hours. Every question carry 3 marks and there is 1/3 negative marking. For every wrong answer given by the aspirant, 1 mark will be deducted as panelty. No marks will be deducted if the question is left unanswered.

Those candidates who apply for technnical branch, will have to attend EKT exam which is conducted just after AFCAT.

It is mandatory for candidates applying for technical branch. It consist of 50 questions with one mark for every correct answer.

Official website –