The Indian Air Force will be conducting the AFCAT 2 exam amid the COVID-19 pandemic on October 3, 4, and 5, 2020. The organizing body has issued a notice regarding the rules and regulations to maintain hygiene and social distancing while conducting the exam. Also read- AFCAT 2 admit card has been released.
The following are the rules and regulations that candidates and staffs at the exam center must observe during the exam:
- The Standard Operating System is going to be implemented to prevent the spread and minimize the risk associated with COVID-19 by alleviating the standards of hygiene.
- Before the start of a shift and at the end of all the shifts, the seating area must be thoroughly sanitized. This includes the keyboard, computer, mouse, webcam, desk, chair, door handles, staircase, and the lift buttons.
- Washroom should be thoroughly disinfected after every shift.
- The same applies to emptying trash bins and disinfecting them.
- Rope barricading will be done outside the exam venue such that at a time, only 20 boys and girls can stand in the queue to enter the building.
- To ensure social distancing while entering the exam hall and the building, markings will be done on the floor or the ground.
- A sufficient gap must be maintained between two seats.
- Rough sheets will be kept at the desk beforehand by the invigilators wearing gloves.
- A reporting time is mentioned on the admit card and candidates must reach the exam center accordingly on time to avoid overcrowding.
Check the official notice here
The general instructions for the exam day:
- Reporting time is 7:30AM onwards for the first shift and 12:30 PM onwards for the second shift.
- Capturing biometrics, photograph, verification of the ID card and frisking will all be done before the exam commences.
- The candidates must bring Admit card, original aadhar card, and an additional government approved ID card.
- Blue or black ball point pen should be brought by the candidate.
- Check the roll number and sit only on the allotted seat.
- Any kind of electronic device, books, notes or copies, personal items like jewelry, belts, purse, write bands, scarf, goggles, jacket, food or drinks are not allowed.
- The candidate must write their name and roll number on the rough sheets and drop them at the allotted drop boxes before leaving the exam hall.
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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.