AFCAT results are declared by the Indian Air Force today. Check out cut off marks and AFCAT 1 2017 exam results.
Have you appeared in AFCAT 1 2017 exam and eagerly waiting for the results? Today, Indian Air Force has announced officially the result of Air Force Common Admission Test held on 26 February 2017. Thousands of aspirants got shortlisted for AFSB SSB interviews. Final selection for IAF officer jobs will be made based on SSB interview results.
AFCAT 1 2017 cut off marks is 150 marks out of 300 marks. EKT cut off marks is set as 60 marks out of 150 marks. Candidates who have scored 150 or more marks in AFCAT exam will be called for SSB interview by IAF. Candidates who have applied for Technical branch courses, they should have qualified in both AFCAT as well as EKT exam in order to qualify for SSB interview.
All candidates who get recommended in SSB interview will have a good chance of becoming commissioned officers in the IAF.
Indian Air Force has Air Force Selection Boards which are responsible for conducting Services Selection Board interview to shortlist eligible candidates for officer jobs in the IAF. There will be medical exam for candidates who are shortlisted by the AFSB boards.
Now as the results and cut off of AFCAT 1 2017 exam is out, candidates who are shortlisted for SSB interview will have to gear up their preparation for SSB interview and also should have good amount of physical fitness.
Shortlisted candidates also need to select date and place of SSB interview on or before 17th April 2017. If any candidate who could not choose the desired place and date, IAF will allot the date and centre of SSB interview as per its wish. So it is better to login to the IAF's official AFCAT portal and select your venue and date as per your convenience.
Merely scoring cut off marks in AFCAT exam will not make you an officer in the Indian Air Force. You should perform well in the SSB interview as well to ensure your selection as a commissioned officer in the Indian Air Force.
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