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.“
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.