AFCAT 1 2021 Merit List Released at; Download here

The AFCAT 1 2021 Merit List for the course starting January 2022 has been published at The list of merits is available to download from the official website.

AFCAT 1 2021 List of merits published in;  Download here

Source: Shutterstock

NEW DELHI: Indian Air Force (IAF) has released the AFCAT 1 2021 Merit List for the AFSB course January 2022. The AFCAT 1 2021 Merit List has been released today, December 21, 2021 for courses starting at Airforce Academy from January 2022. Candidates can check their results on the official website – This list of merits of AFCAT 1 2021 does not have the medical aptitude of the candidates who appeared in the AFCAT 1 2021 exam. Therefore, they should not be considered finally selected.
Direct link to download the list of merits AFCAT 1 2021 – Click here

Recommended: Download the AFCAT question papers from the previous year along with the answers. Click here.

The AFCAT 1 2021 exam aimed to recruit candidates to fill a total of 241 vacancies for different branches of the Indian Air Force such as Flying Branch and Ground Duty branches (technical and non-technical).

How to download the list of merits AFCAT 1 2021:

Candidates who appeared in the exam can download the AFCAT 1 2021 Merit List by referring to the steps detailed below.

  • Candidates should visit the official website, that is,

  • Go to the home page and see the ‘News’ section available there.

  • Click on the link for the AFCAT 1 2021 merit list on the website.

  • After that, it will redirect you to the PDF file.

  • Download the AFCAT 1 2021 Merit List and keep it for future reference.

The AFCAT 1 Merit List 2021 has no medical status and should be used to view the relative position of all AFSB recommended candidates. The 2021 list of merits released today does not convey that he has been selected to join the AFA. To clarify, candidates should check the actual content that will be given in the final result of AFCAT 1 2021.


The AFCAT is carried out by the Indian Air Force and there are two types of services which include Flying Branch and Non-Technical Ground Duty.

Follow us for the latest news on education about colleges and universities, admissions, courses, exams, schools, research, education policy and NEP and more.

To get in touch, write to us at [email protected]


Leave a Comment