Please refer to the office circular
no. A.32014/03/2005-EA dated May 3, 2006 seeking applications from
departmental candidates for the post of Junior Executives (ATC). Guild
welcomes the move for introducing this fast track career progression
scheme for the talented new-comers in the organisation.
ATC Guild (India) regrets to note
that the qualifications asked for from the departmental candidates to
apply for the post do not give fair opportunity to many Senior
Assistants, who have about three years of experience. They are not
eligible due to the fact that the qualification for the departmental
candidates has been kept same as that of induction level, despite the
objections raised by Guild in the past. ATC Guild (India) requests you
to consider the following points:
The departmental examination
should take into account the experience earned by an employee.
ignorance of experience is likely to trigger deep resentment among
experience is ignored and R&P regulations are followed strictly,
there will be only 15 eligible candidates for 48 vacancies
advertised (15 graduate engineers out of 80 Senior Assistants).
It has already been agreed that
non-executive recruitment in CNS and ATM disciplines will be done
away with, considering the nature of job and the responsibility
associated in the profession.
Out of 8
(Eight) Senior Assistant courses conducted at CATC in the last
recruitment, 7 (Seven) best trainee awards has gone to the trainees
with General Science qualifications and only one best trainee award
to a trainee with engineering qualifications.
In view of
the above mentioned facts we suggest that:
prescribed induction level qualification shall be eligible for the
Non-executives who do not possess
the prescribed qualification but have at least two years experience
as senior assistant (ATC) shall also be made eligible for the