Customer Agent, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Air India Air Transport Services Limited, Kolkata Nov 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Air India Air Transport Services Limited (AIATSL) wishes to engage Indian National, who meet with the requirements specified hereunder, for ground duties at Kolkata Airport for the post of Customer Agents and to maintain a waitlist, on a fixed term contract for a period of three years.
Name of the post : Customer Agent : 06
Qualification : Graduate in any discipline (minimum three years duration) from a recognized university with ability to speak English and conversant with local language and basic computer operation.
Physical Standard :
Male – Not below 158 cms.
Female- Not below 152.5 cms
Weight : As per the chart approved by Medical Services of the company.
Age Limit :
Others – Not above 28 years
O.B.C. – Not above 31 years
SC/ST – Not above 33 years
Application Fee : Rs.300/- (Rupees three hundred only) by means of an A/c Payee Demand Draft in favour of Air India Air Transport Services Limited payable at Mumbai,
How To Apply :Application format can be downloaded from the website.Interested candidates are required to WALK-IN in person to the venue, on the date and time as given below along with the Application Form duly filled in and requisite Fee and documents.Please mention your full name and the post applied for on the reverse of the Demand Draft.
Selection Procedure :
WALK-IN DATE : 1st December & 2nd December, 2012 from 0900 hours to 1200 hours.
Air India Limited,
New Technical Area,
Dum Dum, Kolkata – 700 052
(Opposite to Airport SPEED POST office)
a) The short listed candidates must be considered for engagement on the fixed term Contract basis, subject to their medical fitness prescribed for the position.
b) Candidates will have to bear the cost of the Pre-Employment Medical examination(s), which could be between Rs.500/- to 1000/-. Any additional tests, if required, the additional cost thereof will also be have to be borne by the candidate.
c) Period of Contract : Fixed Term Contract for a period of three years. This Contract can also be terminated earlier at the discretion of the Management during the tenure of contract and/or in the event of unsatisfactory performance. The job is transferable to any station in India.
d) Emoluments : The job carried an all inclusive package as indicated above.
e) Consideration of SC/ST/OBC/Ex-Servicemen candidates will be as per Government Directives on reservation of posts.
f) SC/ST candidates called for Group Discussion/Personal Interview residing beyond80 kms. from the Test Centre and not employed in any Government/ Semi- Government/ Public Sector Undertaking or Autonomous Bodies will be reimbursed second class to and fro rail/bus fare by the shortest route as per rules, on production
of evidence to that effect.
g) Applications which are unsigned/incomplete/mutilated/received after the prescribed Walk-In date and time/not in person will be rejected. Applications sent by email/post will not be considered.
h) The applicant must ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility criteria as on 1stNovember, 2012 and that the particulars furnished by them in the application are correct in all respects. Candidates failing to bring the relevant original and photocopy of testimonials will be disqualified. At any stage of the Selection
Process, if the particulars provided by the candidates in the application or testimonials supplied are found incorrect/false or not meeting the eligibility requirements prescribed for the post, the candidature is liable to be rejected and, if appointed, services terminated without giving any notice or reasons thereof.
i) Any canvassing by or on behalf of the candidate or bringing political or other outside influence with regard to their engagement/selection will be considered a DISQUALIFICATION.
j. Candidates belonging to OBC Category must submit a duly attested photocopy of Non-Creamy Layer certificate issued in current financial year in the format as prescribed by Government of India and issued by the Competent Authority. The certificate, inter-alia, must specifically state that the candidate does not belong to socially advanced sections excluded from the benefits of reservation for OBC in civil posts and services under the Government of India.
k. The Certificate should also contain the Creamy Layer Exclusion clause. The Certificate produced by the candidates of OBC community should be as per the Central List of OBCs published by the Government of India and not as per State List.
l. The application form must be submitted along with the above mentioned requisite documents. Original Certificate should not be submitted with the application, but should be brought for verification along with one set of photocopies. The Company is not responsible for returning any original or copies of certificates/testimonials submitted along with the application. Candidates who fail to produce the original testimonials for verification may not be allowed for the Selection process.
Tentative Last Date :01-12-2012
About the organization:
Air India is India’s national flag carrier. Although air transport was born in India on February 18, 1911 when Henri Piquet, flying a Humber bi-plane, carried mail from Allahabad to Naini Junction, some six miles away, the scheduled services in India, in the real sense, began on October 15, 1932. It was on this day that J.R.D. Tata, the father of Civil Aviation in India and founder of Air India, took off from Drigh Road Airport, Karachi, in a tiny, light single-engined de Havilland Puss Moth on his flight to Mumbai (then known as Bombay) via Ahmedabad.He landed with his precious load of mail on a grass strip at Juhu. At Mumbai, Neville Vintcent, a former RAF pilot who had come to India from Britain three years earlier on a barn-storming tour, during which he had surveyed a number of possible air routes, took over from J.R.D.Tata and flew the Puss Moth to Chennai (then Madras) via Bellary.The logo of the new airline is a red coloured flying swan with the `Konark Chakra’ in orange, placed inside it. The flying swan had been morphed from Air India’s characteristic logo, `The Centaur’, whereas the `Konark Chakra’ was reminiscent of Indian’s logo”.The new logo would feature prominently on the tail of the aircraft. While the aircraft will be ivory in colour, the base will retain the red streak of Air India. Running parallel to each other will be the orange and red speed lines from front door to the rear door, subtly signifying the individual identities merged into one. The brand name `Air India’ will run across the tail of the aircraft.We call him a Maharajah for want of a better description. But his blood isn’t blue. He may look like royalty, but he isn’t royal.’ These are the words of Bobby Kooka, the man who conceived the Maharajah.This now familiar lovable figure first made his appearance in Air India way back in 1946, when Bobby Kooka as Air India’s Commercial Director and Umesh Rao, an artist with J.Walter Thompson Ltd., Mumbai, together created the Maharajah.The Maharajah began merely as a rich Indian potentate, symbolizing graciousness and high living. And somewhere along the line his creators gave him a distinctive personality: his outsized moustache, the striped turban and his aquiline nose.What began as an attempt as a design for an inflight memo pad grew to take Air India’s sales and promotional messages to millions of travellers across the world. Today, this naughty diminutive Maharajah of Air India has become a world figure. He can be a lover boy in Paris, a sumo wrestler in Tokyo, a pavement artist, a Red Indian, a monk… he can effortlessly flirt with the beauties of the world. And most importantly, he can get away with it all. Simply because he is the Maharajah!He has completed 56 years and become the most recognizable mascot the world over. His antics, his expressions, his puns have allowed Air India to promote its services with a unique panache and an unmatched sense of subtle humour. In fact he has won numerous national and international awards for Air India for humour and originality in publicity.And as with all great men, he too has had his critics. But the millions of travellers whose lives he has touched far outnumber them.
Air India Air Transport Services Limited (AIATSL)
New Technical Area,
Dum Dum, Kolkata – 700 052
(Opposite to Airport SPEED POST office)
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