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Air India Recruitment 2019: Attend walk-in interview and earn upto Rs 1.28 lakh for this post; read important details

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 13 March 2019, 15:56 IST

The Air India Engineering Services Limited (AISEL) has released an official notification for 160 posts on its official website. However, candidates will have to appear for the walk-in interview that will be held from 1st April to 12th April 2019.

Therefore, candidates who will clear the walk-in interview will be selected for the post released by Air India.

As per the notification, candidates will be hired as per their performance in the walk-in interview. Also, the aspirant will be selected for a period of five years on a fixed-term employment basis. However, a contract can also be terminated in case of poor or unsatisfactory performance of the selected candidate. The job is transferable to any location in India.

Check out the vacancy details:

There is a total of 160 posts released by Air India.

Post-wise vacancy details:

  • Backlog vacancies: 19
  • Current Vacancies: 141

Educational Qualification Required:

The minimum qualification required for the post is Class 12th with PCM stream (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics).

Note: To know more details about the eligibility, candidates can visit the official website of Air India.

Age Limit:

  • Candidates from General category should not exceed the maximum age limit of 55 years.
  • For OBC- 58 years
  • For SC/ST: Not above 60 years

Pay scale:

Candidates who will be selected for the post will get the monthly salary between Rs 95,000 to 1, 28,000 per month. (Tax deductions will be as per applicable government rules).

Note: To read more details about vacancy, candidates should visit the official website of Air India at www.airindia.in.

 

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First published: 13 March 2019, 15:27 IST
 
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