Indian Air Force has published the AFCAT 2 2020 Admit Card on 15th Sep 2020. Candidates can now download their AFCAT 2 2020 admit card after login at AFCAT CDAC website. The Official Statement says “Admit Card for AFCAT 02/2020 is available for download through Candidate Login from 15 Sept 2020. Please verify its contents, read the instructions which are to be strictly adhered to, and carry a printout copy of the Admit Card along with other mandatory documents to the allotted exam centre as per the scheduled date and time, as given in the Admit Card.“
AFCAT 2 2020 online exam will be conducted on 3rd, 4th and 5th October 2020. Candidates can download the admit card and check their exam dates and shift.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:
AFCAT 02/2020 will be conducted on 03, 04 and 05 Oct 2020. Candidates are to report to the exam centre in batches from07:30 AM onwards (for 1st Shift) and 12:30 PM onwards (for 2nd Shift) as per the time slot mentioned in the admit card. They are to strictly adhere to the time of reporting in order to complete the entry formalities (including frisking) and verification process (biometrics, identification and inspection of admit card, ID proof, photograph, signature etc) before proceeding to the exam hall. The candidates are requested to locate the exam centre on the previous day so as to reach the venue in time on the day of their exam. Request for change of venue (exam centre) or date will not be entertained.
Candidates are to bring the following documents/ items to the examination centre. Candidates who are not in possession of the documents mentioned in Para (a) to (d) below will not be permitted to appear in the examination
- Admit Card for AFCAT 02/2020
- Candidate’s Aadhaar Card
- Another valid photo identity card such as PAN card/ passport/ driving licence/ voter identity card/ college identity card or any other valid photo identity proof, with details of name, father’s name and date of birth
- Two passport size colour photographs- same as the photo uploaded during online application
- Ballpoint Pen (Blue or Black) for signing on the attendance sheet and rough work
Candidates are to occupy only the seat assigned to them. In the event of any candidate resorting to the use of unfair means during an exam or indulging in any other act of indiscipline like causing a disturbance, rumors, sabotage (tampering with computer systems), talking or signaling during the exam, arguing with invigilators/ exam staff etc, he/ she will be withdrawn from the examination. His/ her candidature will be cancelled and the candidate will be debarred from all future AFCAT. Since it is a competitive exam, candidates are advised not to indulge in any act of indiscipline, including assisting another candidate (s), which may seriously mar their own chances of selection. Inside the exam centre premises, if a candidate is found in possession with the prohibited item(s), which includes, but are not limited to the following, the item will be confiscated and it will be construed as an attempt to using unfair means
(a) Communication/ electronic/ digital/ wireless devices like calculators, document, electronic watches with facilities of calculator, cellular phone, memory card/ stick, blue tooth device, pager, organizer, personal digital assistant(PDA), concealed microphone or camera, radio, headset, walkman, recorder, translator etc.
(b) Textual or stationery material such as a book, paper, log tables, clipboard, slide rule (except blue or black ballpoint pen)
(c) Personal items (ornaments, wallet, purse, wrist band, headgear, scarf, goggles, jacket, food, drinks etc.)
Candidates are also advised not to bring any valuable/ costly item to the exam Centres, as safekeeping of the same cannot be assured. The examination authority will not be responsible for any loss in this regard. Consumption of tobacco or alcoholic products is strictly prohibited inside the exam centre premises. Candidates must make their own arrangements for conveyance. No TA/ DA or allowance will be paid for appearing in the test.
This Admit Card only permits a candidate to appear in the AFCAT online examination based on details furnished by the candidate in the application form. This in no way should be inferred as an acceptance of eligibility which will be scrutinized at subsequent stages of selection.
Candidates are expected to have read the detailed instructions, Covid-19 guidelines and also to be familiar with the practice test available on the Web Portal (https://careerindianairforce.cdac.in). At the exam centre, please go through the instructions mentioned in Question Paper before the commencement of the test.
After logging in for the examination, the onus of filling the correct information in relevant fields, as per the instructions given by the invigilator, is solely on the candidates.
Candidate’s colour photograph will be taken during the verification process. Candidates are required to put the thumb impression on the admit card in advance (at home) before proceeding to the examination centre and to sign on the same in front of the invigilators.
Candidates will not be allowed to leave the exam hall before completion of the AFCAT/ EKT (as applicable). After the exam, before leaving the exam hall, candidates are to write their name and particular on the rough sheets and drop the same in the drop boxes after displaying to the staff available next to dropbox.
In the event of any uncertainty due to reasons of security, natural disaster or technical breakdown beyond control, IAF reserves the right to delay or postpone the examination at a single or multiple exam centre(s). Candidates are requested to bear with the inconvenience and cooperate.
For EKT Candidates Only: The candidates are to attempt only the question paper of the EKT stream mentioned in the Admit Card.
This Admit Card is not transferable to any other person. Impersonation is a legally punishable offence. Candidates must not mutilate Admit Card or change any entry thereof. If there is any discrepancy in the Admit Card information, candidates are to inform the exam authorities via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (with copy to email@example.com) immediately after receipt of the Admit Card. Similarly complaints/ grievances about the examination, if any, may be mailed to the same email address, within 48 hours after the examination. Complaints/ grievances received thereafter will not be entertained.
Please preserve Admit Card duly stamped and signed by IAF Observer of exam centre on the day of exam. The shortlisted candidates would be required to present the same at the time of testing at Air Force Selection Board. Candidates must visit the IAF Web Portal regularly and follow any advisory on the exam.
COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR CANDIDATES
Social Distancing measures will be implemented as per Government of India guidelines in current scenario of COVID-19 to ensure health & safety of the candidates. Adequate measures are implemented for safety of all without compromising the high standards, sanctity, and fairness in conduct of the examination. Candidates are also required to adhere to guidelines and for Social Distancing and hygiene to ensure safety & health of their own and fellow candidates.
- Standard Operating Procedures for implementing safety precautions and for maintaining required standard of hygiene are
- Before each shift starts (and after last shift of the candidate) seating area will be thoroughly sanitized – monitor, keyboard,
mouse, webcam, desk and the chair, all door handles, staircase railing, lift buttons, etc will be disinfected.
- The washrooms will be thoroughly disinfected.
- The trash bins will be emptied and disinfected.
- Ropes will be put outside the exam centre such that only 20 girls and 20 boys are in the queue at any given point of time.
- Markings will be made on the floor to ensure that the candidates maintain social distancing while in queue.
- Gap between two seats will be maintained as per GOI guidelines.
- Rough sheets will be kept at all desks before start of exam by invigilators wearing gloves to ensure hygiene.
- Candidate to reach centre as per the Reporting/Entry time at Centre given in the Admit Card to avoid any crowding at the
centre at the time of entry and to maintain social distancing.