AFCAT Results 2017 have been declared at the official website. Aspirants will be required to check AFCAT results at the official website careerairforce.nic.in. Aspirants are required to note that the list of Candidates shortlisted from AFCAT 1/ 2017 held on 26 Feb 17 for the next phase of testing at Air Force Selection Boards (AFSBs) is annexed. Based on the induction requirements of the IAF, performance of candidates in AFCAT as well as statistics of reporting and success rates at AFSBs, the cut off marks for AFCAT 1/ 2017 is 150/ 300 for AFCAT and 60/ 150 for EKT. Only those candidates who have cleared both AFCAT and EKT will be considered for Technical Branch. All candidates may login to their account to view their individual AFCAT/ EKT Marks.
Candidates whose AFCAT Numbers figure in the list will need to login to their account and select the venue and date for further testing at one of the Air Force Selection Boards (AFSBs). Aspirants are required to note that the last date for selection of AFSB venue and date is April 17, 2017. Candidates will need to take print the Call up Letter and associated forms from the website and report to their selected venue along with AFCAT Admit Card, Call Up letter, documents as listed in the Call Up letter & associated forms duly filled. Also Read: JEE Main Online exam 2017 Analysis: JEE online paper-I lengthy but of average difficulty
Candidates are advised to take a print out of call up letter and associated forms immediately after selecting date and venue of AFSB. Shortlisted candidates who fail to select their AFSB schedules by April 17, 2017 would be allotted their AFSB batches by the IAF by April 21, 2017. The headquarters of the IAF is at New Delhi. For effective command and control the IAF has seven Commands, under whom are various stations and units located at varied locations across the Country