Why discontinuation of interviews for the post of entry-level executives is a good move by Airports Authority of India (AAI)? 

Why discontinuation of interviews for the post of entry-level executives is a good move by Airports Authority of India (AAI)? 

As per the latest circular (CRMH 14/2017) released by AAI dated 7th June, 2017, the AAI has decided to do away with the interviews at the entry-level executives (Junior Executives). It is a welcoming move by the AAI as:

Source: AAI Circular

> No Public-dealing: Many JE (Junior Executives) posts in AAI do not involve any public dealing like JE ATC (Air Traffic Controllers), JE Electronics, etc. So, as such, there was no requirement for the conduction of interviews. 

At higher-levels, one has to interact with public but it can be learned as one moves up the career ladder. It takes ample amount of time to become Sr. Engineer, DGM or GM. 

> Delays: it led to delays in the publication of final results. Like this year, interviews for the ATC were conducted from 27th, February, 2017 to 18th April, 2017.

> More Transparency: interviews are unpredictable so a deserving candidate may not be able to qualify it. Also, it leaves no scope for any irregularities in the recruitment process. 

> Less RTIs: as the process of recruitment will be transparent, there will be less RTIs.

#The New Move:

> For Engineering graduates, the selection will be made through valid GATE Score of past 2 years

> For ATC, JE Fire, etc. will be based on marks in the online test conducted by the AAI.

> Interviews will take place for the post of lateral-entry executives like AM, GM, Sr. Engineer, etc.

With Great Love, 

Er. Amit Yadav

http://www.stayfoolish.in

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