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AAI Syllabus 2017: To qualify the junior executive exam aspirants need Airports Authority of India syllabus. AAI Syllabus 2017 is most significant aspect who had applied for AAI recruitment and now they are preparing for junior executive Airports Authority of India exams. Here, you can download your junior executive Exam Pattern in PDF format form this page.

We have provided complete topics which a participants need to study for better preparation. And by go through the Airport Authority of India Exam Pattern, candidates can check the part wise weightage of questions. So candidates we advise you to prepare according to the below displayed junior executive syllabus and start preparation for cracking the exam in first attempt.

AAI Syllabus 

Junior Executive (Corporate Affairs)

Parts
Subjects
Part-A
General Knowledge
General Intelligence
General Aptitude
English etc.
Part-B
Questions on subjects relating to educational qualifications.
Company Law
Secretarial Practice
Corporate Governance
Contract Ac

Junior Executive (Finance)

Parts
Subjects
Part-A
General Intelligence
General Aptitude
English etc.
Part-B
Questions on subjects relating to educational qualifications.
Financial Accounting/Corporate Accounting
Business Laws/Corporate Laws with Emphasis on Companies Act, 2013.
Business Organization and Management
Income Tax Law and Practice/Corporate Tax Planning/Indirect Taxes
Cost Accounting
Financial Management with emphasis on evaluation of Projects, fund raising options, working capital management, risk mitigation, strategies in general.
Auditing with special emphasis on accounting standards
E-commerce
Financial Markets, Institutions and financial services
Fundamentals of investment
Working knowledge of computers.


Junior Executive (Technical)

Parts
Subjects
Part-A
General Knowledge
General Intelligence
General Aptitude
English etc.
Part-B
Questions on subjects relating to educational qualifications.
Engineering Mathematics
Applied Mechanics And Design
Fluid Mechanics And Thermal Sciences
Manufacturing And Industrial Engineering

Junior Executive (Cargo)

Parts
Subjects
Part-A
General Knowledge
General Intelligence
General Aptitude
English etc.
Part-B
Questions on subjects relating to educational qualifications.
AAI Act 1994
Customs Act 1962
Concept of e-Commerce and its benefits.
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, and NYC etc.)
Benefits & future of Air Cargo
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)
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 Organization (FIEO)
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)
Major International & Domestic Airports of India
Cargo Handling Equipments
Transportation Equipments (Dolly, Tractor, HydraulicPallets, Power Pallet etc.) 
Weighing equipments (Weigh Bridge, Weighing scale etc.)
Material handling equipments (ETV, Fork Lifts, Scissor
Lifts, Two/Four wheel trolley, Lazy Bed Roller for ULDs, Cargo offloading ramp, X-ray machine, AS&RS etc.)
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
Functions of Special Economic Zone (SEZ) / Export Promotion Zone (EPZ).


Junior Executive (Human Resource)

Parts
Subjects
Part-A
General Knowledge
General Intelligence
General Aptitude
English etc.
Part-B
Questions on subjects relating to educational qualifications.
PAPER-I (Objective):
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
Behavioural Communication and Relationship Management
Conflicts & Negotiations
Leadership Power & Politics
Labour Laws
Industrial Relations – Trade Unionism
Emotional Intelligence & Managerial Effectiveness
Right to Information Act
Constitution of India
Personality Development & Business Communications
PAPER-II (Descriptive):
Comprehension & Essay Writing

Junior Executive (Commercial)

Parts
Subjects
Part-A
General Knowledge
General Intelligence
General Aptitude
English etc.
Part-B
Questions on subjects relating to educational qualifications.
PAPER-I:
Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorised occupants) Act 1971
Indian Contract Act 1872
Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996
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.
PAPER-II:
Marketing Management:
Basic Marketing
Marketing Concept
Business Strategy
Consumer Behaviour
New Product Development
Price determination concept and role in marketing (advertising sales promotion public relation).
Product and Brand Management:
Developing product strategic marketing potential and sales forecasting/Budget Preparation.
Others:
Risk insurance management-Assets and Properties.


Junior Executive (Law)

Parts
Subjects
Part-A
General Knowledge
General Intelligence
General Aptitude
English etc.
Part-B
Questions on subjects relating to educational qualifications.
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 labour laws
Code of Civil Procedure.
Administrative Law.

AAI Exam Pattern

The AAI junior executive exam pattern consists of the following phases:
Exam Name
Part 1
Part 2
Duration of Exam
Marks
Weightage
Junior Executive (Corporate Affairs)
50%
50%
2 Hours
120
Junior Executive (Finance)
30%
70%
Junior Executive (Technical)
30%
70%
Junior Executive (Cargo)
50%
50%
Junior Executive (Human Resource)
50%
50%
Junior Executive (Commercial)
50%
50%
Junior Executive (Law)
30%
70%

Airport Authority of India (AAI) is an authorized organization under the civil aviation department of Central Government of India. It is responsible for management of passenger terminals, management of cargo terminals, construction of aerodromes, runways etc. AAI controls all the important air ports in India. Organization release notifications every year to recruit dynamic and talented candidates.
Aspirants can take avail of the Airports Authority of India syllabus for junior executive to qualify the AAI junior executive exam. Contenders can qualify the exams of various posts as Mangers, Management trainees, junior engineers, junior executives etc. In the above section of this page, we are providing you the links of syllabus of Junior Executive exam in different field. So, Candidates who want to prepare for this exam can download their syllabus and exam pattern, by hitting on link.

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