One of the most satisfying professions in the world is ATC (Air Traffic Controller). It is an exciting job with a good salary and other additional perks rare to be seen in other government posts. ATC’s everyday responsibilities include ensuring the smooth flow of air traffic. The work can also be stressful, but the rewards compensate for it. Air Traffic Controllers are appointed by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) based on a well-thought-out process that involves a written examination, a voice test and an interview later.
To attend the AAI ATC examination, the candidate should meet the following criteria:
Regular full-time Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/Technology (B.E./B.Tech) in all Electronics/Telecommunications/Information Technology fields with a minimum of 60% marks
Also, the candidates should satisfy the medical fitness requirements to appear for AAI ATC examination.
The written examination for the AAI ATC exam carries a sum of 120 marks, and the duration of the exam is 2 hours.
The exam is divided into sections – technical section (physics and mathematics) and non-technical section (General aptitude, English, Current Affairs and Reasoning). There is no negative marking for any wrong answers. And the questions are based on MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions).
Here are some tips for candidates to prepare for the AAI ATC Exam.
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