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    Eligibility for flying branch in Air Force after BCA? Which exam to give AFCAT or CDS? Difference between both the exams?

    hello, I have passed my 12th with non-med with 67% & now i am doing BCA. I want to go in Indian Air Force in Flying Branch as per graduate. Am i eligible for this ? If i am eligible then which exam should i give AFCAT or CDS. And also tell me the differences between these two exams. Hope u'll reply soon. Thanks.

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    Re: Eligibility for flying branch in Air Force after BCA? Which exam to give AFCAT or CDS? Difference between both the exams?

    friend you are eligible for both cds and afcat:-

    cds and afcat are different exams.

    cds is conducted to enter into any of the following defence force:-
    1.army.

    2.navy.

    3.airforce.

    4.ota.

    whereas afcat is conducted only for airforce for following branches:-

    1.flying branch.

    2.technical branch.

    3.ground duty branch.

    both exams are conducted twice a years.

    cds has the age limit:-19-24 years.

    afcat has age limit:-19-25 years.

    both exams has following procedure

    >>written exam first.

    >>then ssb.

    >>at last medicals.


    good luck....

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    Re: Eligibility for flying branch in Air Force after BCA? Which exam to give AFCAT or CDS? Difference between both the exams?

    Friend,

    Yes you are eligible for the CDSE exam Compared to AFCAT the CDSE exam is better so In order to join in the Indian Air force You have to clear CDSE exam. This Exam is conducted by the Union Public Service examination.AFCAT means Air Force common Entrance test and CDSE means Combined defense service Examination.





    Every year this Exam conducts in order recruit the candidates in the wings

    =>Indian Air force
    =>Indian Navy
    =>Indian Military
    =>Indian Officer training Academy

    You have completed the BCA this bachelor degree eligible for the Indian navy


    CDSE Combined defense Service Examination

    This exam is conducted by the Union Public service Examination. You can apply for this exam. In order to apply for this exam you have to complete the graduation. You can get the job in the fields of


    Age limit should be

    Indian Military 19-24 years
    Indian Air force 19-23 years
    Indian Navy 19-22 years

    The Exam Pattern

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    The candidates need to be clear the written exam .If you clear the Written exam then you will be selected for the Interview.


    Thank You.

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    Re: Eligibility for flying branch in Air Force after BCA? Which exam to give AFCAT or CDS? Difference between both the exams?

    Hello

    AFCAT-Air Force Common Admission Test.
    CDSE-Combined Defense Service Examination.

    Graduation from any stream with physics and maths in 10+2.
    Flying Branch requirement of Qualification.

    You did Graduation with non medical.
    You can apply.

    Both CDSE and AFCAT are entry for flying branch.
    CDSE entry in flying branch-in Air Force.
    AFCAT-entry in all three branches of Air Force.

    1)Flying Branch.
    2)Technical Branch
    3)Ground Duty Branch.

    a)Administration Branch.
    b)Logistic Branch.
    c)Education Branch.
    d)Meteorology Branch
    e)Accounts Branch.

    Age limit-19 to 23 years-for both CDSE and AFCAT.
    CDSE requires no percentage to apply.
    AFCAT requires minimum 60% to apply.

    AFCAT offers only Short Service Commission.
    A service of 14 years.
    CDSE offers Permanent Commission.
    A service of 30 years.

    www.careerairforce.nic.in

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