Airport Authority of India - Placement Process

Airport Authority of India - Placement Process

Established in the year 1994, AAI is responsible for creating, upgrading, maintaining and managing civil aviation infrastructure on ground as well as on air space. The Airport Authority of India provides Air Traffic Management services over Indian airspace and adjoining oceanic areas. AAI has ground installations at all airports to ensure safety of aircraft operations.

AAI was constituted by an Act of Parliament and came into being on 1st April 1995. AAI manages the total of 125 airports and has entered into a joint venture at Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Nagpur to upgrade these Airports and to reproduce world standards.

AAI manages the operations and maintenance of international and domestic airport. Provides provision for passenger facilities and information at passenger terminals at airports. Strengthens the operational area and also provides visual aids. AAI controls the Indian airspace extending beyond the territorial limits of the country.

One of the asset of the Airport Authority of India is the highly skilled staff. AAI provides a number of training programs conducted by National Institute of Aviation Management and Research (NIAMA ) in Delhi and Civil Aviation Training College (CATC) in Allahabad and Fire Training Centers at Delhi and Kolkata to improve and upgrade the skills of the employees.

Eligibility Criteria

In order to be eligible, the applicant should be a B.E, B.Tech, Bsc , Msc and M.Tech with the cutoff marks of 60%.

Placement Process

The placement process has two rounds or selection:

• Written Test

• Personal and Technical Interview

In the written test the total number of questions asked is 100. It has been observed that sometimes 150 questions are asked. This is an objective type of test with specific time limit to answer the test. The time limit given to answer the test is 2 hours. The written test measures the candidates ability to manage time and problem solving skill of the candidate. The

Written test consists of two sections:

• Technical

• Non Technical

In the technical sections the applicant can expect questions from the electronics, mathematics, information technology, control system digital devices , networking and communication.

The non technical section the questions included are general aptitude questions. It has been seen that this section has questions on reasoning and general knowledge.

The candidates who successfully clear the written test have to go through the HR round. The candidate can expect general HR questions as well as technical questions.
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  • RE: Airport Authority of India - Placement Process -deepak (06/04/15)
  • sir i hav completed bcom is there any job opportunity in airport