Indian Air Force announced the result of EKT exam. The candidates qualifying the exam are required to appear for the next phase of AFCAT exam.
The list contains roll no’s of 17504 candidates – result: AFCAT 2/ 2014 – and is prepared on the basis of candidates performance in the AFCAT and EKT. Only those candidates who have cleared AFCAT and EKT both are being considered for Technical Branch.
The next phase of testing would be held at various Air Force Selection Boards (AFSBs). The candidates whose AFCAT Numbers figure in the list are required to login to their account and select the venue and date for further testing at one of the Air Force Selection Boards (AFSBs). The last date for selection of AFSB venue and AFSB date is 25 October 2014.
The shortlisted candidates who fail to select their AFSB schedules on or before 25 October 2014 would be allotted their AFSB batches by the IAF and an intimation regarding the same would be sent at their registered email ID.
The candidates are required to print the Call up Letter from the website and report to their selected/ allotted venue along with Call Up letter, AFCAT Admit Card and other documents listed in the Call Up letter.
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