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Trainee Pilot Recruitment in Air India

Recruitment in Air India AIR INDIA

Air-India Limited invites applications for the post of Trainee Pilot from Indian Nationals belonging to the General Category and SC/ST and OBC community to fill up the existing reserved vacancies :-

  • Number of Vacancies : 30 (UR-15, SC :05, ST : 02, OBC : 08)
ACADEMIC Qualification : Minimum education of H.S.C. (10+2) or equivalent. Graduates in Engineering or B.Sc. (Maths and Physics) / B.Sc. (Aviation) will be given due weightage.

Technical Quantification : Commercial Pilot’s Licence with an endorsement on multi-engine aircraft.

UPPER AGE LIMIT: 35 years for General/ 40 years for SC/ST & 38 years for OBC candidates as on 01/06/2007.

SELECTION PROCEDURE : Eligible candidates will be required to appear for written test followed by personal interview (both at Mumbai).

REMUNERATION : Trainee Pilots will be paid a stipend of Rs.25,000/- per month during their training period. On successful completion of training and on obtaining endorsement on stipulated aircraft in the fleet of Air-India, they will be appointed as Co-Pilot in the pay scale of Rs. 7150-200-7550-225-7775-250-8025-275-8850 (pre-revised) on completion of stipulated conditions.

HOW TO APPLY:Candidates meeting the above requirements may apply on plain paper (typed) as per the prescribed format. Applications should be forwarded to the Executive Director-Operations, Operations Department, Air India, Old Airport, Santa Cruz (East), Mumbai-400029. General/ OBC candidates should submit a non-refundable fee of Rs. 500/- in the form of Demand Draft drawn in favour of Air India Limited, Mumbai payable at Mumbai alongwith their application. SC/ST candidates are exempted from payment of this fee. Application should be accompanied with 2 recent passport size photographs (1 fixed on the format in the space provided).

Last date of receipt of application : 26 June, 2007

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