Airport Authority of India Syllabus

AAI stands for Airport authority of India. Syllabusof AAI will help you to understand the pattern of questions that would be asked in the written examination. Syllabus for the written examination consists of question based on general knowledge, general aptitude, English, general intelligence etc...Some are given here for detailed syllabuses please have a look at the notification.

Entranceexamsyllabus for the year 2015 to 2016.There are various vacancies available in AAI fornumerous posts such as deputy company secretary, deputy general manager (human resources), and general deputy manager(fire services), manager(corporate affairs), manager (finance),manager(human resource),manager (information technology), manager (technical) etc…

Some of the syllabus has been mentioned here

Deputy Company Secretary

Contract Act
Company Law
Corporate Governance
Company Law

Deputy General Manager (Human Resource)
It consists of two papers 1st paper consists of objective type questions and the 2nd paper consists of descriptive type questions.

Paper-1 consists knowledge on subjects

Organizational Theory, structure and design
Training and development
Wage and salary administration
Training and development
Leadership power and politics
Constitution of India
Right to information act
Knowledgemanagement
Emotional intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness
Innovation Management

Paper-2

Comprehension and Essay writing

Deputy Company Secretary

Corporate Governance
Company Law
Drafting
Secretarial Practice
Contract Act

Manager (Law)
Administrative Laws
The Constitution of India
Law of Contract
Law related to tenders
Law relating to Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Laws relating to injunctions
Transfer of Property Act
Law of limitation
Public International law in comparison to Law of India
Carriage by Air Act
All Labour laws
Code of Civic Procedure

Law of Bailment

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