Air India Recruitment 2019-2020 | Apply Online for Trainee JobsFebruary 3, 2022
Air India Recruitment 2019-2020: Are you searching for latest job openings in Air India Limited? then, apply Online for Trainee vacancies now. The company is inviting applications from young Engineering Graduates for Flight Simulator Maintenance Engineer posts. Candidates with BE/ B.Tech in Electronics, Electrical, Instrumentation, Telecommunications, Computer Science disciplines can register themselves in the official Air India careers portal. So, you can check the complete details including the recruitment process on this page. Also, other details like Eligibility Criteria, Important Dates, Last Date To Apply for the drive are available in the below portions of this page.
Now you can apply online for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer jobs through Air India Recruitment in Mumbai, Hyderabad and other locations in India. Selected candidates in the Air India Recruitment Drive 2019-2020 will have to undergo for 1 year training. And, after successful completion of training, candidates will be engaged on a fixed contract period of 5 years. Moreover, the contract may extend based on the performance in the Office Duty. So, eligible candidates are advised to check the complete guidelines before applying for Air India Trainee jobs.
Air India Recruitment 2019-2020 | Aircraft Trainee Flight Simulator Maintenance Engineer
About Company: Air India Limited is the most extensive flight service provider in India. It has flight services from almost all parts of the country. Moreover, Air India provides great benefits for its passengers including seamless transfers while travelling across the world, more frequent flyer mileage points, wider choice of flights and access to facilities at over 1000 lounges across the globe.
|Hiring Organization||Air India Limited|
|Job Designation||Trainee Flight Simulator Maintenance Engineer|
|Job Location||Mumbai, Hyderabad|
|Job Type||Contract Based|
|Education||BE/ B.Tech in Electronics, Electrical, Instrumentation, Telecommunications, Computer Science|
|Last Date To Apply||20th August, 2019|
The total number of posts available for Trainee Flight Simulator Maintenance Engineer vacancies are 26. These vacancies are available for freshers in Mumbai, Hyderabad location. Selected candidates will be offered with a salary of Rs.50,200/- per month on successful completion of training.
The Eligibility Criteria to apply for the Air India Trainee Job Vacancies is as follows.
- Candidates should have a BE/ B.Tech in Electronics, Electrical, Instrumentation, Telecommunications, Computer Science and related filed
- All the applying candidates should have a minimum 60% marks for General and 55% marks for SC/ ST/ OBC candidates
- Candidates upper age limit should be 30 years for General Candidates, relaxable by 05 years for SC/ST candidates and 03 years for OBC candidates
- Ability to Read, Write and Speak fluent English
- Knowledge of Hindi / Local Language will be an added advantage
The candidates selection process for Air India Trainee Jobs is based on the following interview rounds.
- Written Test
- Personal Interview
- HR Interview
Candidates should aware of the following dates to apply online. Starting date for submission of Online Application is 1st August, 2019 and the last date for submission of Online Application is 20th August, 2019.
Candidates have to take a demand draft of Rs.1000/- Details (Rupees One Thousand only) in favour of AIR INDIA LIMITED payable at Hyderabad (Not applicable for SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen candidates).
How To Apply for Air India Recruitment?
Eligible candidates, who fulfill the above mentioned job requirements can apply through Online using the following registration link. Also, ensure that you are ready with a valid e-mail ID, A scanned passport-size photograph with a Size of 10KB to 35KB in JPG / JPEG format, Community certificate, EWS certificate, Caste certificate (based on the reservation). Also, candidates should declare their own mobile number and E-Mail ID which will be used for all the related communications in future.