Nagpur News: Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) is a part of unified selection system to provide adequate opportunities to the candidates eligible for multiple branches of the Indian Air Force to apply through a single application. AFCAT is conducted for the following Non-UPSC entries for induction into officers’ cadre of the IAF Flying branch: Short Service Commission (Men/Women), Technical Branch:Permanent Commission (Men) / Short Service Commission (Men/Women), Ground Duty branches: Permanent Commission (Men) / Short Service Commission (Men / Women).
Headquarter Maintenance Command, Air Force conducted the AFCAT on 25 August 2013 under the overall supervision of Gp Capt AK Upadhyaya at KDK College of Engineering, Nandanvan, Nagpur for central India candidates in which 2635 candidates comprising of Male/ Female candidates appeared.
Air Vice Marshal VS Bharti, Senior Air & Admin Staff Officer, Maintenance Command, visited the venue to review the arrangements. He complimented the college management for their continued support to the IAF, and presented with a token of appreciation on behalf of Air Marshal P Kanakaraj, AOC-in-C Maintenance Command.