AFCAT 2020 Result Released – Download Now and Check Cut-off

Published on : 21st October 2020    Author : Satyaranjan Bai
AFCAT Exam

The India Air Force (IAF) has declared the result for the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) 2020 exam. Candidates who have appeared for the exam conducted on 03rd, 04th, and 05th October 2020 can check their result on the official website - afcat.cdac.in. The exam was conducted across 104 cities for admission to Flying Branch and Ground Duties (Technical/Non-technical).

How to Check/ Download AFCAT Result 2020?

The Indian Air Force has released the result of AFCAT 2020 only on its authorised web portal. Candidates can download the result through details, such as email ID and Password. Check the steps below –

  • Visit AFCAT official website.
  • Click on the ‘Candidate Login’ drop-down.
  • Click on ‘AFCAT result link’ option.
  • Use your registered Email ID and Password for log-in
  • There it is! The AFCAT 2020 result will be displayed on the screen
  • Download it and take a printout for future use

Candidates who have qualified the AFCAT exam are required to appear for the further stages of the selection process at Air Force Selection Board (AFSB).

Forgot Password? Steps to recover it

There have been several instances in the past where the candidates have intimated the authority about missing the password. In any case, you forget the password, here’s how you can retrieve it by using the below-mentioned steps.

  • Visit the official website
  • Look for the ‘AFCAT 2020 result’ link
  • Select the link. It will take you to another page where the log-in details will be required
  • Select the ‘Forgot Password’ option
  • Now you need to enter the registered email ID, mobile number, choose the security question, write the answer and CAPTCHA Code
  • Select the ‘Submit’ button

Details displayed in AFCAT result 2020

The result displays the following details:

  • Registration number
  • Name of candidates
  • AFCAT cut off
  • Obtained score
  • Qualifying status

AFCAT Cut-off 2020

AFCAT (2) cut off 2020 has been announced along with the result. The cut off is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to score to qualify the exam and become eligible for the next round of the selection process. Candidates can check below the current and previous years' AFCAT cutoff.

AFCAT

AFCAT Cut-off Marks

AFCAT Cut-off

AFCAT (2) 2020 

155

40

AFCAT (01) 2019

133        

 50        

AFCAT (02) 2018

140

55

AFCAT (01) 2018

155

60

AFCAT (02) 2017

160

60

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How to Choose Air Force Selection Board and Book AFSB?

Qualified candidates will have to select the Air Force Selection Board (AFSB) centres on the official website to generate call-up letter for AFSB Interview. The Indian Air Force has AFSB centres at Gandhinagar (3 AFSB), Dehradun (1 AFSB), Varanasi (4 AFSB) and Mysore (2 AFSB). Those who apply for NCC Special Entry and Meteorology Branch will get direct entry at one of the above Air Force Selection Board centres. And candidates who opt for Flying Branch can select centres at Mysore, Varanasi and Dehradun. The AFCAT 2019 official notification maintains, “Candidates who have qualified in the written exam are required to choose AFSB date and venue by themselves on the website https://careerindianairforce.cdac.in or https://afcat.cdac.in in order to   generate call-up letter for AFSB interview.

To book

  • You need to visit the IAF website and select ‘Candidates log-in’
  • Here, you must provide details like registered email ID, password and CAPTCHA code
  • Select your preferred AFSB venue, date and time and book the slots

If you fail to book his desired AFSB centre, IAF will allocate the centre on your behalf and will intimate you about the same. You can thereafter log-in to your mail and take a printout of the call letter.

Preparation of final merit list

The final selection is prepared based on the candidate's performance in the online test and AFSB Interview. IAF decides separate minimum qualifying marks for online test and AFSB Interview. Candidates are placed in the order of merit on the basis of their total marks in both the stages of exams. Allotment of candidates in Permanent Commission/Short Service Commission in Ground Duty (Technical and Non-Technical) branches are done based on the number of vacancies, performance in the selection process and choices given by candidates.


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1 Comments

Shubham
March 20, 2019
I wanted to check my score. When will it pop out.?
Exams Planner
March 27, 2019
The score and cut-off will be released after the exam is conducted in Jammu. The dates for the exam are yet to be announced.