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Air Force Common Admission Test
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Introduction

Air Force Common Admission Test is conducted for entry to all the wings of Indian Air Force.

This exam is held twice every year in the months of February and October, notified in the months of December and August repectively. This examination is held to fill up the vacancies in the Flying, Technical and the Ground duty branches of the Air Force.

Note: Both male and female candidates are eligible for this entry. The available entries are as follows:

    Flying branch: Short Service Commission for both Men and Women.

    Technical branch: Permanent Commission for men. Short Service Commission only for women.

    Ground Duty: Permanent Commission for both men and women.

Eligibility:

Candidates must possess Graduation in any discipline or B.E/ B.Tech with 60% marks for Flying Branch, Four year degree qualification or cleared Sections A and B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India with 60% marks for Technical Branch and Graduation with 60% marks/ P.G degree/ Diploma in any discipline/ C.A/ ICWA with 50% marks for Ground Duty Branches.

Age Limit: The lower limit of the age is 20 years and the upper limit of age is 24 years for entry into Flying wing and 26 years for entry into the Technical and Ground duty wings of the Air Force.

Upper age limit for candidates holding Commercial Pilot license issued by DGCA is relaxable upto 26 years.








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