Airports Authority of India will conduct AAI Junior Assistant Fire Service (Airports Authority of India Junior Assistant Fire Service Exam) for the online recruitment of various posts in the southern region. The candidates who are domicile of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, Pondicherry or Lakshadweep islands can only apply for these posts.
For Junior Assistant Fire Service, it is a two-stage exam wherein stage one is a written exam (a computer-based test) of two hours duration. Students who qualify the test will enter the stage 2 which involves document verification followed by a medical test, driving test and endurance test. The candidates thus selected will go for a basic training course (BTC), in which they are paid a stipend of Rs. 25,000.
For Senior Assistant Electronic, candidates are required to appear for a written exam (a computer-based test) of two hours duration. Students who qualify the written examination will go for document verification and then a training after which they are finally appointed.
The eligibility criteria for Junior Assistant Fire Service is mentioned in detail below in the table:
The candidate must be 18 to 30 years of age as on March 31, 2017, with relaxation in upper age as follow:
3 years for OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)
5 years for SC/ST
Length of service extended by 3 yrs for Ex-servicemen
10 years for applicants who are in regular service of AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA (With an additional relaxation of five years for SC/ST candidates and three years for OBC candidates.
The upper limit for widows/ divorced women (who are not remarried) is 35 years with a relaxation of 40 yrs for SC/ST and 38 yrs for OBC.
A candidate must have cleared class 10 and must possess a three years' approved regular Diploma in Mechanical/Automobile/ Fire with minimum 50% marks or they must have cleared class 12 (Regular Study) with 50% marks
A candidate must possess one of the following valid licenses:
Heavy Vehicle Driving License
Medium Vehicle License which is issued at least one year before the date of advertisement for the exam
Light Motor Vehicle Licence which is issued at least two years before the date of advertisement for the exam
Note: For candidates possessing a light motor vehicle or medium vehicle would be given a chance to qualify for heavy vehicle licence during the training period.
A candidate must possess all of the following qualities:
Eyesight distance vision should be 6/6 with each eye without glasses
Night blindness should be absent.
Colour vision must be normal as determined by Ishihara’s charts.
Near vision should be N5 with each eye without glasses. (Visual evaluation is for each eye individually)
Refractive error of any kind is not acceptable
Each eye should have a full field of vision as determined by the confrontation test.
Men’s height should not be less than 167 cm
Women’s height should not be less than 157 cm
Normal before expansion i.e. 81 cm with a minimum expansion of 5cm (applicable only for men)
Men’s weight should not be less than 55 Kg
Women’s weight should not be less than 45 Kg.
Normal for both the sexes
Normal for both the sexes
The eligibility criteria for Senior Assistant Electronics is mentioned in detail below in the table:
The upper limit for widows/ divorced women (who are not remarried) is 35 years with a relaxation of 40 yrs for SC/ST and 38 years for OBC.
A candidate must have cleared Diploma in Electronics/Tele Communication/Radio Engineering (03 years Course) from a recognized institution
Two years of relevant experience in the concerned discipline.
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card
The candidates must read the eligibility conditions before filling the online application. They must also keep all the certificates, scanned photograph, signature etc ready before filling the online application form. It involves three steps:
Step 1: (Registration/Sign up)- A candidate must register with a valid e-mail ID.
Step 2: Application Submission and Documents Upload - Students are required to fill in all the required details and upload the scanned copy of documents, certificates, photograph and signature.
Step 3: Application Payment through payment gateway of HDFC bank - after filling the application form the candidate must pay the requisite fee only through online mode.
Some important preparation tips to be considered are mentioned below:
A candidate must be through with syllabus.
Practice the sample papers/mock test to have a better idea of exam pattern and hands-on with the computer-based test.
They must also practice for the endurance test activities.
A candidate must note that it requires regular practice and patience to qualify the exam. It cannot be achieved in a day or two.
The exam for Junior Assistant (Fire Service) involves two stages, wherein stage 1 is a computer-based test. Questions based on arithmetic, general English, general knowledge are asked for a total of 100 marks. A candidate belonging to general or OBC category must score 50 to qualify for stage 2 (40 for SC/ST). Stage 2 involves document verification, followed by medical, driving and endurance test. The endurance test includes activities such as 100m running, rope climbing, pole climbing, ladder climbing, 60m running with human dummy etc. A candidate must clear all the stages to be finally selected for training and appointment.
The exam for Senior Assistant (Fire Service) also has a computer-based test wherein the 70% questions are asked from subjects related to educational qualification and 30% are from general knowledge, general aptitude, english etc. The students who qualify the written test will go through the document verification after which they are selected for training before the final appointment.
The candidates are required to download e-admit card or call letter by entering their i.e. login ID (Application Sequence Number) and password. AAI won't send any printed copy of admit card to candidates by post or courier. They will only receive an intimation regarding the release of admit card at their registered e-mail ID or mobile number. Admit card will mention candidate's name, date of birth, category/community, sub-category, uploaded photograph, signature, venue of test and address, test date and time, duration, scheme, instructions to the candidate, etc.
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