Last Date:10 Feb,2019
Advt No : TRV/AIESL/RECT/2154
Air India Limited(AIESL)
Trivandrum (Kerala), Nagpur (Maharastra)
Air India Limited invites Application for the post of 70 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AMEs). Walk-in-Interview held on Any Working Day Subject to Confirmation. Air India Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.airindia.in
Name of the post – Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AMEs)
No of post – 70
Pay Scale – 95,000 – 1,28,000/-
Must have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognised Indian Board/ University or equivalent from a Foreign University.
General Conditions:govt jobs
- The selected candidates would initially be positioned either in Trivandrum/Mumbai or any line stations depending upon the requirement of the Company.
- Period of Contract: Fixed Term Employment for a period of 5 years, extendable depending upon requirement of AIESL. The contract can also be terminated earlier at the discretion of the Management during the tenure of contract in the event of unsatisfactory performance. The job is transferable to any station in India.
- The job carries an all-inclusive package in 2 (c) above subject to tax deduction as per Government rules.
- Consideration of SC/ST/OBC/Ex-Servicemen candidates will be as per Government Directives on reservation of posts.
- SC/ST candidates fulfilling the requirements and appearing for Walk-in Interview residing beyond 80 kms. from the Test Centre and not employed in any Government /Semi-Government/PSU or Autonomous Bodies will be reimbursed second class return rail/bus (surface transport only) fare by the shortest route as per rules, on production of evidence to that effect.
- 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.
- The applicants must ensure that they fulfil all the eligibility criteria as on 01.January.2018 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 candidate 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 would stand terminated forthwith.
- 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.
- Management reserves all rights to take any decision with regard to conduct of this recruitment exercise including cancellation of exercise even after advertisement/ notification if it is so required.
How to Apply:
- Applicants meeting the laid down eligibility criteria mentioned in this advertisement as on 1 stJANUARY 2019 are required to download application form from our website and send the duly filled application form to Chief Maintenance Manager, Air India Engineering Services Ltd.MROHangar, Chakkai, Trivandrum, Kerala-695007 in the prescribed format only and compulsory subject line as “Application for the post of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer – Your Name”.
- The Non-refundable application Fee of Rs.1000/- (Rupees One thousand only) by means of a Demand Draft drawn in favour of “Air India Engineering Services Limited” payable at New Delhi should not be sent along with your application but should be submitted at the time of interview. No fees to be paid by Ex-Servicemen/ SC/ST candidates. Please mention your full name and the post applied for on the reverse of the Demand Draft.
- A recent (not more than 3 months old) coloured passport size photograph of full face (front view) should be pasted neatly in the space provided in the application form.
- The application, in the prescribed format, 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.
- 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 (Central Government Format for OBC certificate) 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. 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.
- Applicants working in Government/Semi-Government/Public Sector Undertakings or autonomous bodies must walk-in with the completed application form routed through Proper Channel along with No Objection Certificate from the present employer.
- The logo of the new airline is a red coloured flying swan with the ‘Konark Chakra’ in orange, placed inside it. The flying swan has been morphed from Air India’s characteristic logo, ‘The Centaur’, whereas the ‘Konark Chakra’ is reminiscent of Indian’s logo”.
- The new logo features prominently on the tail of the aircraft. While the aircraft is ivory in colour, the base retains the red streak of Air India. Running parallel to each other are 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’ runs 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 it’s 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. In fact, to them, the Maharajah with his inimitable style, charm and wit is a very real person. He’s almost like a friend to every Air India traveller. A friend who reaches out with warmth and hospitality, even to the farthest corners of the world.
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