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About AFCAT
AFCAT exam is a gateway to the indian air force for our candidates. AFCAT exam opens doors of many type of entries to air force, i.e. flying branch, technical branch and the administrative branch. our course contents are dynamic and evolve according to the latest exam trends. Our notes are constantly updated and comprehensive. Regular class and weekly tests are conducted to gauge candidates’ progress. At the motion coaching we have an ethos that candidates come to us for becoming officers and not to just pass the written exam that’s why we also provide free spoken english and personality development classes to all our candidates so that they are geared up to take on ssb interview at this time itself.

At The Motion coaching your dreams are turned into reality by a professional team of faculty who have the singular aim of helping candidates pass the AFCAT exam. We are the best AFCAT
coaching . As a testimony to our efforts many students cleared the afcat II 2016 exam.

Age

  • Flying Branch – Age: 20 to 24 years as on 01 Jan 2018 i.e. Born between 02 Jan 1994 to 01 Jan 1998 (both dates inclusive). (Upper age limit for candidates holding valid and Current Commercial Pilot License issued by DGCA (India) is relaxable up to 26 years i.e. born between 02 Jan 1992 to 01 Jan 1998 (both dates inclusive).
  • Technical Branch– Age: 20 to 26 years as on 01 Jan 2018 i.e. born between 02 Jan 1992 to 01 Jan 1998 (both dates inclusive).
  • GDOC– Age: 20 to 26 years as on 01 Jan 2018 i.e. born between 02 Jan 1992 to 01 Jan 1998 (both dates inclusive).

Qualification

  • Technical Branch: Candidates would be eligible if they have undergone a minimum of four year degree qualification from a recognised University or cleared Sections A and B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India or Graduate membership examination of the Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers by actual studies. Candidates should have studied minimum 8 subjects mentioned here.
  • Flying Branch: Graduates (Minimum three year degree course) in any discipline from a recognised University who have attained minimum 60% marks in aggregate in all papers put together and have passed Maths and Physics at 10+2 level or BE / B Tech degree (Four year course) from a recognised University with minimum 60% marks in aggregate in all papers put together.
  • GDOC: Graduate Degree (Minimum three year degree course) in any discipline with a minimum of 60%marks in aggregate of all papers put together or a Post Graduate Degree / equivalent Diploma in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate of all papers put together. For Education Branch, Post Graduate Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate of all papers put together.

Period   Feb and August/Sept month every year.

Syllabus
The AFCAT  paper will consist of four sections:

  1. General Awareness
  2. Verbal Ability
  3. Numerical Ability
  4. Reasoning & Military Aptitude Test

General Awareness: Sports, History, Geography, Culture, Environment, Current Affairs, Civics, Politics, Basic Sciences, Art Defence etc.

Verbal Ability in English: Comprehension, Synonyms, Error Detection, Antonyms and Sentence Completion, Testing of Vocabulary etc.

Numerical Ability: Simplification, Decimal Fraction, Average, Percentage, Simple Interest, Profit & Loss and Ratio & Proportion.

Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test section: Spatial Ability and Verbal Skills.

EKT (Engineering Knowledge Test) is the examination aimed at testing the basic knowledge of engineering required for the technical branch. Technical branch includes course of Aeronautical Engineering (Electrical and Mechanical). This examination is pitched at pre- final to final year engineering level. Total 75 Objective type questions will be asked in the examination and the duration is 01 hour.

The pattern of examination includes two parts –

1. General Engineering (40 questions) – Modern Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computers, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical Engineering and

2. Specialist Paper for each Engineering discipline (35 questions) – Computer and Electronics, Mechanical, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)

Pattern
The AFCAT will have of 100 multiple choice questions and each question will carry three marks.

So Question paper will be 300.

For Tecnical Branch

General Engineering    40 questions

Specialist Paper for each Engineering discipline   35 questions

NOTE The negative marking is applicable; there is one-third negative marking in AFCAT  exam. For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be subtract as panelty.

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Start On 5th August 2016
Duration 6 month
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