After some candidates aspiring to qualify the Air Force Central Admission Test for the year 2020 raised concerns regarding discrepancy in the conduction of the exam, the Indian Air Force clarified that there was no discrepancy present. On Monday, the Indian Air Force stated that the conduction of the examination process held for candidates aspiring for the post of Officers had no inconsistency and discrepancy. It was stated that a few aspirants raised concerns regarding the results of AFCAT for February/ 2020 after which the integrity and correctness of the entire examination procedure was rechecked by the respective authorities. However, the authorities claimed that no discrepancy was found in the process.
After a few aspiring candidates took to social media in order to raise concerns and complain regarding issues and discrepancies in the AFCAT Test, the Indian Air Force made a clarification regarding the same. The Indian Air Force conducts the AFCAT recruitment examination two times in a year for aspiring and eligible candidates. The answer sheets of candidates are checked with the help of computers, while the recruitment examination is held by CDAC, which is an external agency. The clarification regarding the 2020 AFCAT test was released by the Indian Air Force after a complete and thorough check of the entire examination system was made by the authorities. However, no discrepancies or issues were found by the Indian Air Force whatsoever following which they released the official statement.