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Air India Limited Recruitment 2017


Total No of Posts - 49 Posts
Last Date 12 July 2017

Job Details:
1) Post Name: B1 AME (A&C Trade)
No. of Vacancy: 23 Posts
Salary: Rs. 95000-128000/-
Qualification: Must possess DGCA License to certify: In Category B1 to cover EMBRAER 170 &190 Aircraft fitted with GE CF34 Series Engine.
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 45 years as on 01.06.2017

2) Post Name: B2 AME (Avionics trade)
No. of Vacancy: 03 Posts
Salary: Rs. 95000-128000/-
Qualification: cover Avionics System of EMBRAER 170 & 190 Aircraft fitted with GE CF 34 Series Engine.
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 45 years as on 01.06.2017

3) Post Name: Technical Officer (Support Services)
No. of Vacancy: 01 Post
Salary: Rs. 50000/- (Per Month)
Qualification: BE/B.Tech in Mechanical/Electronics & Communication/Electrical Engineering
from UGC/Govt. recognized Institute with 10 years experience.
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 45 years as on 01.06.2017

Age Relaxation: OBC Candidates 3 years & SC/ST Candidates 5 years

Job Location: Delhi
Selection Process: Selection will be based on Interview.

Application Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs. 1000/- through Demand Draft in favor of “Air India Engineering Services Limited” payable at Delhi. No Fee for SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen.

How to Apply: Interested candidates may appear for interview in prescribed application form along with the self-attested copy of relevant documents, experience certificate & DD send to Air India Engineering Services Limited, MRO Complex, RGIA Airport Near Gate No. 03, Shamshabad, Hyderabad- 500409 on or before 12.07.2017.

Venue of Interview: Air India Engineering Services Limited, MRO Complex, RGIA Airport Near Gate No. 03, Shamshabad, Hyderabad- 500409.

Important Dates to Remember:
Last Date for Submission of Application Form: 12.07.2017

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