AAI Junior Executive-Manager Syllabus 2015|Exam Pattern

Airport Authority Of India (AAI) will going to conduct written exam for the recruitment on various posts for Junior Executives, Managers and Deputy General Managers which is scheduled to be conducted in the month of June, 2015. Candidates who have applied for AAI recruitment 2015, are requested to take a close look on the examination syllabus and pattern to be followed in the written qualifying test. Also get important tips and tricks to crack AAI Junior Executives, Managers and Deputy General Managers exam 2015. We have provided a full description of AAI Exam Syllabus 2015, Exam Pattern and some important Points to Consider on How to Prepare for this exam. (via-www.aai.aero)

AAI Junior Executive-Manager Syllabus 2015

Vacancy Details:-

  1. Deputy Company Secretary: 01 Post
  2. Deputy General Manager (Commercial): 01 Post
  3. Deputy General Manager (Human Resource): 07 Posts
  4. Deputy General Manager (Information Technology): 05 Posts
  5. Deputy General Manager (Fire Services): 02 Posts
  6. Deputy General Manager (Airport Operations): 06 Posts
  7. Manager (Corporate Affairs): 02 Posts
  8. Manager (Fire Services): 13 Posts
  9. Manager (Finance): 24 Posts
  10. Manager (Human Resource): 27 Posts
  11. Manager (Information Technology): 20 Posts
  12. Manager (Technical): 04 Posts
  13. Manager (Official Language): 02 Posts
  14. Manager (Commercial): 03 Posts
  15. Manager (Cargo): 05 Posts
  16. Manager (Law): 18 Posts
  17. Manager (Economic Planning): 02 Posts
  18. Manager (Architecture): 04 Posts
  19. Manager (Public Relations): 05 Posts
  20. Manager (Airport Operations): 17 Posts
  21. Junior Executive (Corporate Affairs): 02 Posts
  22. Junior Executive (Finance): 30 Posts
  23. Junior Executive (Technical): 30 Posts
  24. Junior Executive (Cargo): 25 Posts
  25. Junior Executive (Human Resource): 30 Posts
  26. Junior Executive (Commercial): 20 Posts
  27. Junior Executive (Law): 15 Posts
  28. Junior Executive (Official Language): 02 Posts

Selection Process:- Candidates will be selected based on their performance in written test, physical measurement and endurance test & Personal interview.

AAI Examination Syllabus & Pattern:-

Deputy Company Secretary

1. Company Law
2. Secretarial Practice
3. Corporate Governance
4. Contract Act
5. Drafting.

Deputy General Manager (Commercial)

i. Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupants) Act 1971.
ii. AAI Act 1994 (no.55 of 1994) as amended by AAI Act 2003- Rules and Regulations and Chapter VA ( Eviction of Unauthorized occupants of Airport Premises)
iii. Indian Contract Act 1872
iv. Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996
v. Contract labor (Regulations and Abolition Act 1970)
vi. Minimum Wages Act 1948
vii. Payment of wages Act 1936
viii. Land Acquisition Act
ix. Negotiable Instruments to Act
x. Foreign Money Exchange Act
xi. Weights & Measurement Act
xii. Food & Safety Regulations
Other Aspects
Marketing Management
Problem Identification and formulation
Business policy and strategic Management
International logistics and supply chain management
Product and Brand Management
Domestic and International
Common Engineering System

Deputy General Manager (Human Resource)

PAPER-I (Objective)

(A) Subject Knowledge
Performance Management & Reward Systems
Recruitment & Selection
Industrial Relations – Trade Unionism
Organizational Theory, Structure & Design
Compensation & Benefits- Strategy & Plan
Strategic Business Processes Outsourcing
Human Resource Information System
Training & Development
Accounting and Finance for Managers
Management of Public Enterprises
Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
Wage & Salary Administration
Behavioral Communication and Relationship Management
Conflicts and Negotiations
Leadership Power & Politics
Knowledge Management
Emotional Intelligence & Managerial Effectiveness
Right to Information Act
Management of Contract Labor
Constitution of India
Contemporary issues in HRM
Organizational Development & Team Building
HR Matrics for Organizational Value Addition
Innovation Management
Personality Development & Business Communications
Labor Laws:- Minimum Wages Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Payment of Wages Act, Maternity Benefit Act, Workmen’s Compensation Act, Industrial Employment Standing Order Act, Provident Fund Act, Inter State Migrant Labor Act, Contract Labor (Regulation and Abolition) Act, Conciliation Act, Industrial Disputes Act, Factories Act, Payment of Gratuity Act, Trade Union Act.
Disciplinary Proceedings

PAPER-II (Descriptive)

(B) Comprehension & Essay Writing

Deputy General Manager (Information Technology)

Digital Logic
Computer Organization and Architecture
Programming and Data Structures
Algorithms
Theory of Computation
Compiler Design
Operating System
Databases
Information Systems and Software Engineering
Computer Networks
Web technologies

Deputy General Manager (Fire Services)

1. Applied Chemistry
2. Applied Mechanics
3. Strength of Materials
4. Fire Service Hydraulics
5. Pumping Machinery & Accessories
6. Fire Prevention & Protection
7. Fire Fighting Equipments
8. Fixed Fire Fighting Installations
9. Structural Fires & Building Fire Safety
10. Rescue Equipment & Techniques
11. Communication & Detection System
12. Heavy Vehicles & Automobile Engg.
13. Heat Combustion & Explosives
14. Special Fire Hazards
15. Electrical Fires
16. Aircraft Fires
17. Hazardous Materials
18. Fire Codes & Standards.

Deputy General Manager (Airport Operations)

1. Basic knowledge of Annex 9 (Facilitation)
2. Terminal Design Concept and Passenger flow.
3. Aesthetics and Good House Keeping
4. Airport as an operational System
5. Terminal Building Civil Installations-drainage/water supply etc.
6. Terminal Building-Electrical Systems-Power Supply, Electrical installation & Air conditioning etc.
7. Terminal Building Electronic Systems/IT Systems/FIDS etc.
8. City Side Management
9. Role of Airline
10. Role of Customs
11. Customs Act.
12. Role of Immigrations
13. Role of Security services (BCAS, CISF, State Police)
14. APHO/Medical Services
15. Handling of Terminal Building Emergencies
16. Terminal Building Inspection procedures and maintenance
17. Duties & Responsibilities of Operations Executives
Knowledge of Legislation
Knowledge of HR Management vis-à-vis AAI Rules and Regulations
Knowledge of Finance and Commercial Management
Knowledge of Air Traffic Services Management
Knowledge of Air Traffic Services Management
Knowledge of Airport Emergency Planning
MET and LVP
Knowledge of Airport Security
Knowledge of Aviation Safety & Licensing of Airports

Manager (Corporate Affairs)

1. Company Law
2. Secretarial Practice
3. Corporate Governance
4. Contract Act

Manager (Fire Services)

1. Physics related to Fire Engineering Science
2. Chemistry of combustion
3. Electricity & Fire risk
4. Design & Construction of Fire Engines
5. Design & Construction of IC & CI Engines
6. Explosive & radio Activity
7. Hydraulics related to Fire Engineering calculation
8. Planning & Construction of the buildings
9. Structural Fire Protection
10. Air conditioning, Heating & Ventilation System
11. Automatic Fire Detection & Alarm System
12. Means of Escape
13. Fire protection measures at Hanger, Cargo & Airport Terminal Buildings & Warehouses
14. Fire Safety Legislation
15. Disaster Management
16. Protection Measures at Oil depot
17. Extinguishing Media

Manager (Finance)

1. Financial Accounting/Corporate Accounting
2. Business Laws/Corporate Laws with emphasis on Companies Act 2013
3. Business Organization and Management
4. Income Tax Law and Practice/Corporate Tax Planning/Indirect Taxes
5. Cost Accounting
6. Financial Management with emphasis on evaluation of Projects, fund raising options, working capital management, risk mitigation, strategies in general.
7. Auditing with special emphasis on accounting standards
8. E-commerce
9. Financial Markets, Institutions and financial services
10. Fundamentals of investment

Manager (Human Resource)

PAPER-I (Objective)

(A) Subject Knowledge
Performance Management & Reward Systems
Recruitment & Selection
Industrial Relations – Trade Unionism
Organizational Theory, Structure & Design
Compensation & Benefits- Strategy & Plan
Strategic Business Processes Outsourcing
Human Resource Information System
Training & Development
Accounting and Finance for Managers
Management of Public Enterprises
Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
Wage & Salary Administration
Behavioral Communication and Relationship Management
Conflicts and Negotiations
Leadership Power & Politics
Knowledge Management
Emotional Intelligence & Managerial Effectiveness
Right to Information Act
Management of Contract Labor
Constitution of India
Contemporary issues in HRM
Organizational Development & Team Building
HR Metrics for Organizational Value Addition
Innovation Management
Personality Development & Business Communications
Labor Laws:- Minimum Wages Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Payment of Wages Act, Maternity Benefit Act, Workmen’s Compensation Act, Industrial Employment Standing Order Act, Provident Fund Act, Inter State Migrant Labor Act, Contract Labor (Regulation and Abolition) Act, Conciliation Act, Industrial Disputes Act, Factories Act, Payment of Gratuity Act, Trade Union Act.
Disciplinary Proceedings

PAPER-II (Descriptive)

(B) Comprehension & Essay Writing

Manager (Information Technology)

Digital Logic
Computer Organization and Architecture
Programming and Data Structures
Algorithms
Theory of Computation
Compiler Design
Operating System
Databases
Information Systems and Software Engineering

Manager (Technical)

1. APPLIED MECHANICS AND DESIGN
2. FLUID MECHANICS AND THERMAL SCIENCES
3. MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

13. Manager (Official Language)

1. अंग्रेजी से हिंदी अनुवाद (300 शब्द)
2. हिंदी से अंग्रेजी अनुवाद (300 शब्द)
3. अंग्रेजी से हिंदी सार अनुवाद (300 शब्दों के पैराग्राफ का 100 शब्दों में सार अनुवाद)
4. राजभाषा अधिनियम, नियम संबंधी प्रश्न
5. किसी एक विषय पर टिप्पणी (150 शब्द)

Manager (COMMERCIAL)

Part-I

(i) Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorized occupants) Act 1971
(ii) Indian Contract Act 1872
(iii) Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996
(iv) Land Acquisition Act Other aspects:
Principles and procedures for fixations of space and land rent.
The scope of techniques for enhancing traffic revenue at AAI Airports.

Part-II

Marketing Management
(i) Basic Marketing
(ii) Marketing Concept
(iii) Business Strategy
(iv) Consumer Behaviour
(v) New Product Development
(vi) Price determination concept and role in marketing (advertising sales promotion public relation).

Product and Brand Management
(i) Developing product strategic marketing potential and sales forecasting/Budget Preparation.

Others
Risk insurance management-Assets and Properties.

Manager (Cargo)

1. Significance of an ideal Cargo Terminal or primary requirement to establish a Cargo Terminal.
2. Import / Export cargo clearance procedures and documentation involved thereof.
3. Disposal procedures.
4. Bonded Truck operations and its advantage & disadvantage.
5. Role of AAI as Terminal Operator
AAI Act, 1994-to establish, manage and develop cargo terminal at Airport
As a Custodian under Section 45 of Customs Act, 1962
Airlines related functions on behalf of Airlines (Import/ Export/TP)
Service Provider to the Export / Import community
6. Coding and de-coding of airlines.
7. Currency Codes (e.g. INR, USD etc.)
8. Abbreviation used in cargo operations.
9. Customs Act 1962 and its provision for handling /storage / disposal / clearance of cargo.
10 Role & Functions of Regulatory and Facilitating Agencies.
11. Cargo Handling Equipment (Airlines, Custodian/ GHA)
12. Trans-shipments and its types (Dom-Int’l, Int’l-Dom, Intl-Intl) & documents involved.
13. Airway Bill and its significance.
14. Types of Aircraft’s
15. Handling & Storage procedure of Special cargo vis-à-vis handling instructions
16. Role of functions of International agencies in Air Cargo
International Air Transport Association (IATA)
International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO)
World Trade Organisation (WTO)
Airport Council International (ACI)
17. Functions of
Inland Container Depot (ICD)
Container Freight Station (CFS)
Air Freight Station (AFS)
18. Various types of ULDs their specifications / weight carrying capacity and utilities.
19 Multi-model transport and its advantages.
20. Functions of Special Economic Zone (SEZ) / Export Promotion Zone (EPZ).

Manager (Law)

The Constitution of India
Law of Contract
Law related to tenders
Law of Bailment
Law relating to Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Laws relating to injunctions
Transfer of Property Act
Law of limitation
Carriage by Air Act.
Public International law in comparison to Law of India
All labor laws.
Code of Civil Procedure.
Administrative Law.

Manager (Economic Planning)

Part-I SYLLABUS FOR STATISTICS

1. Frequency distribution and Measures of Location & Dispersion
2. Probability
3. Distributions
4. Correlation and Regression
5. Sampling Distribution
6. Sampling & Survey
7. Time Series Analysis and its components
8. Demand Analysis
9. Forecasting Techniques
10. Interpretation of Data
11. Statistics relating to Indian economy.

Part-II SYLLABUS FOR ECONOMICS

1. Micro Economics
2. Macro Economics
3. Managerial Economics
4. International Economics

Manager (Architecture)

Computer Aided Design
Building Construction and Management
Energy Conservation and green buildings
Building Services
Contemporary Technology
Landscape Design
Materials and Structural Systems
General awareness and aptitude in civil aviation

Manager (Public Relations)

1. Creative writing, story writing, article writing and script writing for various corporate related issues/items
2. PR related subjects i.e., PR Tools, media for PR, corporate relations, content development for PR, printing & production of publications, Marketing, Economics, Statistics, collection and analysis of data

20. Manager (Airport Operations)

Airside Definition
Abbreviations
Aircraft’s (Types and Versions)
Parts of Aircraft
Navigational Aids
PAPI and its function
Aircraft Emergencies
TERMINAL MANAGEMENT

Junior Executive (Corporate Affairs)

1. Company Law
2. Secretarial Practice
3. Corporate Governance
4. Contract Act

Junior Executive (Finance)

1. Financial Accounting/Corporate Accounting
2. Business Laws/Corporate Laws with Emphasis on Companies Act, 2013.
3. Business Organization and Management
4. Income Tax Law and Practice/Corporate Tax Planning/Indirect Taxes
5. Cost Accounting
6. Financial Management with emphasis on evaluation of Projects, fund raising options, working capital management, risk mitigation, strategies in general.
7. Auditing with special emphasis on accounting standards
8. E-commerce
9. Financial Markets, Institutions and financial services
10. Fundamentals of investment
11. Working knowledge of computers.

Junior Executive (Technical)

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
Linear Algebra: Matrix algebra, Systems of linear equations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors
Differential equations
Probability and Statistics
Numerical Methods

APPLIED MECHANICS AND DESIGN
Engineering Mechanics
Strength of Materials
Theory of Machines
Vibrations
Design

FLUID MECHANICS AND THERMAL SCIENCES
Fluid Mechanics
Heat-Transfer
Thermodynamics
Applications

MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
Engineering Materials
Metal Casting
Forming
Joining
Machining and Machine Tool Operations
Metro-logy & Inspection
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Production, Planning and Control
Inventory Control
Operations Research

Junior Executive (Cargo)

1. AAI Act 1994
2. Customs Act 1962
3. Concept of e-Commerce and its benefits.
4. Cargo Terminology (viz. Bulk Cargo, Demurrage Charges, Freighter, Wet Cargo etc)
Abbreviations (FOB, AS&RS, BAR, APEDA, CHA, NVD etc.)
Airlines code (Alphabetical / Numerical codes)
Currency codes (e.g. INR, USD)
City codes (e.g. DEL, MAA, NYC etc.)
5. Benefits & future of Air Cargo
6. Role of
Clearing & Forwarding Agents (C&F)
Air Cargo Agents Association of India (ACAAI)
International Federation of Freight Forwarders Association (FIATA)
Federation of Freight Forwarders Association of India (FFFAI)
7. Role of Regulatory Bodies in India (Exports Promoting Agencies)
Ministry of Commerce (MOC)
Export Import Bank of India (EXIM)
Export Credit & Guarantee Corporation of India (ECGC)
Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT)
Federation of Indian Export Organisation (FIEO)
8. Role of Govt. Regulatory Agencies in India
Customs Authorities (CBEC)
Assistant Drug Controller (ADC)
Plant Quarantine (PQ)
Animal Quarantine (AQ)
Textile Committee (TC)
Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC)
9. Major International & Domestic Airports of India
10. Cargo Handling Equipment
Transportation Equipment (Dolly, Tractor, Hydraulic-Pallets, Power Pallet etc.)
Weighing equipment (Weigh Bridge, Weighing scale etc.)
Material handling equipment (ETV, Fork Lifts, Scissor Lifts, Two/Four wheel trolly, Lazy Bed Roller for ULDs, Cargo offloading ramp, X-ray machine, AS&RS etc.)
11. Role of facilitating agencies at Cargo Terminals
Airlines
Banks
Airport Health Office (APHO)
Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS)
Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
Transit Mail Office (TMO)
Customs House Agents (CHA)
12. Functions of Special Economic Zone (SEZ) / Export Promotion Zone (EPZ)

Junior Executive (Human Resource)

PAPER-I (Objective)

(A)
Organizational theory, Structure & Design
Recruitment & Selection
Performance Management System
Compensation Management, Reward & Punishment
Human Resource Information System
Training & Development
Accounting and Finance for Managers
Management of Public Enterprises
Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
Wage & Salary Administration
Behavioral Communication and Relationship Management
Conflicts & Negotiations
Leadership Power & Politics
Labor Laws:-Minimum Wages Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Payment of wages Act, Maternity Benefit Act, Workmen’s Compensation Act, Industrial Employment Standing Order Act, Provident Fund Act, Inter State Migrant Labor Act, Contract Labor (Regulation and Abolition) Act, Conciliation Act, Industrial Disputes Act, Factories Act, Payment of Gratuity Act, Trade Union Act.
Industrial Relations – Trade Unionism
Emotional Intelligence & Managerial Effectiveness
Right to Information Act
Constitution of India
Personality Development & Business Communications

PAPER-II (Descriptive)
(B) Comprehension & Essay Writing

Junior Executive (Commercial)

Part-I

i. Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorized occupants) Act 1971
ii. Indian Contract Act 1872
iii. Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996
iv. Land Acquisition Act Other aspects:
Principles and procedures for fixations of space and land rent.
The scope of techniques for enhancing traffic revenue at AAI Airports.

Part-II

Marketing Management
i. Basic Marketing
ii. Marketing Concept
iii. Business Strategy
iv. Consumer Behavior
v. New Product Development
vi. Price determination concept and role in marketing (advertising sales promotion public relation).

Product and Brand Management
(ii) Developing product strategic marketing potential and sales forecasting/Budget Preparation.

Others
Risk insurance management-Assets and Properties.

Junior Executive (Law)

The Constitution of India
Law of Contract
Law related to tenders
Law of Bailment
Law relating to Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Laws relating to injunctions
Transfer of Property Act
Law of limitation
Carriage by Air Act.
Public International law in comparison to Law of India
All labor laws.
Code of Civil Procedure.
Administrative Law.

Junior Executive (Official Language)

1. अंग्रेजी से हिंदी अनुवाद (300 शब्द)
2. हिंदी से अंग्रेजी अनुवाद (300 शब्द)
3. अंग्रेजी से हिंदी सार अनुवाद (300 शब्दों के पैराग्राफ का 100 शब्दों में सार अनुवाद)
4. राजभाषा अधिनियम, नियम संबंधी प्रश्न
5. प्रशासनिक शब्दावली के अंग्रेजी शब्दों का हिंदी पर्याय
6. प्रशासनिक शब्दावली के हिंदी शब्दों का अंग्रेजी पर्याय
7. अंग्रेजी शब्दों के अंग्रेजी पर्याय
8. किसी एक विषय पर टिप्पणी

Important Tips & Tricks:-

  1. If you have enough time for the exam, pick a chapter you are weak in and one that is important from the exam standpoint.
  2. Or if you do not have enough time, pick a chapter that you are comfortable, have not practiced enough and that is an important chapter.
  3. Any day give priority to important chapters if you have not revised them or not practiced enough questions on them.
  4. If exams are just approaching, leave out any new chapters because it will create a lot of stress and anyway you cannot master it enough for the exam.
  5. There will be negative marking, do not try to attempt to attempt maximum number of questions with best strategy is to answer only those where surety margin is above 70%.
  6. Try To answer and solve those questions first where you sure about the answer. This will save time to attempt max questions with correct answers.

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