IAF AFCAT 2 Result 2023 Declared at afcat.cdac.in, How to Download – News18

Published By: Sukanya Nandy

Last Updated: September 28, 2023, 11:09 IST

Those who passed the AFCAT 2 exam will be invited for an interview with the Air Force Selection Board (AFSB) (File Photo)

IAF AFCAT 2 Result 2023: Candidates who took the exam between August 25 and 27 can view their scores by visiting the official website at afcat.cdac.in

The Indian Air Force (IAF) released the results of the Air Force Common Ability Test. Candidates who took the exam between August 25 and 27 can view their scores by visiting the official website at afcat.cdac.in. These scores are displayed in the form of a scorecard, showing the marks in each section of the exam and candidates’ overall score. To access the AFCAT Scores, candidates need to log in using the email ID and password. Additionally, the results have also been sent to the candidates’ email addresses.

Those who passed the AFCAT 2 exam will be invited for an interview with the Air Force Selection Board (AFSB). The final list of qualified candidates will be determined by considering their scores from the AFCAT 2 exam and their performance in the AFSB interview.

AFCAT Result 2023: Steps to Download

The step-by-step process to download the admit card smoothly is given below.

Step 1: Navigate to the official website of the AFCAT 2023 – afcat.cdac.in/AFCAT/

Step 2: Then you will find a link to download the result, click on the link given against ‘AFCAT 02/2023 RESULT HAS BEEN DECLARED AND ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING THROUGH INDIVIDUAL LOGIN’, on the homepage.

Step 3: Login and check the marks obtained.

Step 4: Take the printout of your mark sheet.

The AFCAT (2) 2023 Exam aimed to fill 276 positions for Group-A Gazetted Officers in both Flying and Ground Duty roles, which includes Technical and Non-Technical branches. Those who are selected will be admitted to courses starting in July 2024, leading to the grant of a Short Service Commission (SSC) in the Flying Branch and Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) Branches. There’s also a special entry opportunity through the NCC Special Entry Scheme for the Flying Branch.

Candidates who have passed the AFCAT online exam will be invited to participate in an Air Force Selection Board (AFSB) interview. Those who have applied for the NCC Special Entry will receive a direct invitation for AFSB testing at one of these centres: Dehradun (1 AFSB), Mysuru (2 AFSB), Gandhinagar (3 AFSB), Varanasi (4 AFSB), or Guwahati (5 AFSB).