Jet Airways IGRUA Cadets

Jet Airways IGRUA Cadets

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  • Dear All IGRUAn’s,

    We have received the following communication from CAE regarding Jet Airways induction advt. Please apply directly to Jet and leave no stone unturned to make sure that they select you.
    “ Jet Airways has invited applications from CPL holders for the post “First Officers”. We extend our thanks to Jet Airways for giving an opportunity and the same time a ray of hope for many unemployed CPL holders in India. For Non Type Rated Indian CPL holders, this will be a golden opportunity to get into the airline, as Jet Airways does not asked for neither type rating nor multi engine for appearing in the written examination. As per the company website, candidates who have valid and current Indian DGCA CPL, FRTO, IR/LR, RTR (A) and Class I medical can apply for the post. It is being heard from different corners that it is not compulsory to have a current IR for appearing for the written examinations. But that is yet to confirm.

    As usual, Jet Airways recruitment team may conduct a preliminary examination in different centers in India. And those who clear the preliminary exam may get call for the next stage.

    Here is an overview of the selection process conducted by Jet Airways, last time (FEB 2011) for the post of “Trainee First Officer”. We wish it could be useful for those who are preparing for the examination.

    Stage-1:

    Written test:
    Multiple-choice; objective type
    Duration – about 4hrs. excluding lunch/tea breaks and Test briefing/ instruction/ practice Time (as specified in each Test).
    Part-1: Mental ability Test consists of different types of Reasoning Tests
    Part-2: Domain Aptitude Tests consisting of Technical, Performance, Instruments, Navigation, Radio Aids, Air Regulation and Meteorology

    Stage-2:

    Candidates qualifying in the written test will be invited to participate in “Jet Airways Pilot selection Assessment Centre”.

    Assessment Centre:
    Duration one full day
    The assessment centre will consist of various exercises such as role plays, group discussions, individual and group tasks.

    Stage-3:

    Candidates qualifying in the assessment centre will appear for a Management Interview.

    Stage-4:

    Candidates qualifying in the interview will appear for screening on simulator (IPT).

    Stage-5:

    The successful candidates will be examined for pre-employment medicals.”

    SO ALL THE BEST.
  • Thankyou sir.
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