Online applications open for AAI Junior & Senior Asst posts - 2018


The Airport Authority of India (AAI) is recruiting for various positions, for airports in the Southern Region. This article provides the eligibility criteria, application procedure and the last date applying for the posts.

According to a recent notification the Airports Authority of India (AAI) is inviting applications for the posts of Junior Assistant & Senior Assistant. Eligible candidates may apply online on or before 15 July 2018. Check the complete details about registration, application form, eligibility, qualification, important dates etc.

This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of a premier organization of the Government of India.



Airports Authority of India (AAI) 2018 recruitment details

The Airports Authority of India (AAI), a Government of India undertaking, is inviting applications from Indian nationals, to fill up vacancies at various airports in the Southern Region. Applicants must have a domicile certificate of any one of the following states:

  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Lakshadweep
  • Puducherry
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Telangana


The list of posts and relevant details are as under –

Junior Assistant (Fire Service)

  • Name of organization: Airports Authority of India
  • Job category: Central Government
  • Number of vacancies: 147 vacancies
  • Unreserved vacancies: 92
  • OBC (NCL) vacancies: 11
  • SC vacancies: 23
  • ST vacancies: 21


Senior Assistant (Electronics)

  • Name of organization: Airports Authority of India
  • Job category: Central Government
  • Number of vacancies: 39
  • UR vacancies: 23
  • OBC (NCL) vacancies -08
  • SC vacancies -05
  • ST vacancies -03


Educational Qualification

Junior Assistant (Fire Service)

To be eligible for consideration the applicants must possess the following qualifications –
  • Secondary School Certificate (SSC) or Matriculation (class X) from a recognized board
  • Plus a three-year Diploma course from an approved institution, as regular candidate in any of the following fields – Automobile, Fire or Mechanical, with 50% qualifying marks
  • Alternatively, Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) from a recognized board, as a regular student, with minimum 50%


Senior Assistant (Electronics)

Eligible candidates must have the following qualification –
  • Three-year Diploma course from a recognized institution in any of the following branches – Tele-Communication, Radio Engineering or Electronics
  • In addition, two-year work experience in the concerned discipline


Age Limits

Junior Assistant (Fire Service): Candidate applying for the post of Junior Assistant (Fire Service) must be aged between18-30 years as on 31st March 2017. Upper age limit relaxation is allowed for the following candidates –
  • OBC (NCL) – 03-years from 31st March 2017
  • SC/ST – 05-years from 31st March 2017
  • Candidates in regular service of AAI are entitled to an upper age relaxation of 10-years
  • SC/ST candidates in service with AAI are entitled a further upper age relaxation of 05-years
  • While OBC candidates in service with AAI get an additional 03-years relaxation to the upper age limit
  • The upper age limit for female candidates who are widowed, divorced or legally separated, but haven't remarried is 35-years
  • The upper age limit is extendable to 40-years for SC/ST female candidates
  • Female candidates belonging to the OBC category have an upper age limit of 38-years


Senior Assistant (Electronics) : Applicants for the Senior Assistant (Electronics) post must be aged between 18-30 years as on 31st March 2017. The upper age limit relaxation is the same as mentioned in the post of Junior Assistant (Fire-Service).

Additionally, PwD candidates with orthopaedic one leg (OL) or One arm (OA) are entitled to the following upper age relaxations –
  • UR candidates – 10-years
  • OBC candidates – 13-years
  • C/ST candidates – 15-years


Important dates

  • Online registration of application starts on: 16 June 2018
  • Online payment of application fee begins on: 16 June 2018 – 15 July 2018
  • Last date for online registration of application: 15 July 2018


Selection Procedure

Candidates will be selected based on a written test followed by a medical examination & endurance test. Candidates applying for Junior Assistant (Fire Service) post will need to clear a driving test. Document verification will also be carried out. Candidates qualifying the same will be sent for BTC (Basic Training Course). Appointment letters will be issued to candidates on successful completion of BTC.
A stipend of Rs.25,000/- will be paid during BTC.

Pay Scale

  • Junior Assistant - of Rs.12500-28500/-
  • Senior Assistant - Rs.14500-33500/-


Application Fee

  • UR/OBC Category – Rs.1,000
  • SC/ST/Female/PwD/Ex-servicemen Category (WB) – NIL


The application fee can be paid online, through net banking/debit card/credit card. Fees paid is non-refundable.



How to Apply for AAI Recruitment 2018

  • Candidates satisfying the eligibility criteria may submit their applications on the AAI official website
  • Select the drop-down menu and click on the applicable post - Junior Assistant (Fire Service) or Senior Assistant (Electronics)
  • Register yourself by entering required credentials
  • Fill the application form and remit the online fee to complete the application process
  • Download and take a print out of the confirmation page for future reference
  • Applications must be submitted online only
  • Do not attach any documents with the application

Applicants can refer to the Original Advertisement by AAI to ascertain their eligibility.


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