Plenty of jobs in aviation sector, 1 lakh people will get employment

Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said that the aviation sector is developing rapidly. By the year 2024, there will be a massive recruitment in this sector.

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The report was presented before the Parliamentary Committee on behalf of the Ministry of Civil Aviation today i.e. on 08 August 2022. During this, the Ministry of Civil Aviation said that, aviation sector In the coming two years, more than 1 lakh people can get employment. There can be recruitment as Pilot, Cabin Crew, Engineer, Technician, Airport Staff, Ground Handling, Cargo, Retail, Security, Administrative and Sales Staff. Information regarding new recruitments can be given on the website of the ministry- civilaviation.gov.in.

According to the report placed in the Lok Sabha, the aviation and aeronautical manufacturing sector under the Ministry of Civil Aviation currently employs 2,50,000 people. The ministry has estimated that this figure may increase to 3,50,000 by the year 2024. In such a situation, 1 lakh people can get direct jobs. There will be massive recruitment for this.

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The ministry said that around 50 per cent of direct and indirect jobs will be for blue-collar workers – loaders, cleaners, drivers, helpers etc. Also, according to the ministry, 10,000 more pilots will be needed in the coming five years to see the increasing number of air passengers.

Union Minister Scindia gave information

On Sunday, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia had said that there is rapid development in terms of passengers, planes and airports. The country’s aviation sector is poised for unprecedented and healthy growth. The number of air passengers in the country is expected to increase to 400 million by the year 2027.

According to official data, 2,368 pilots were recruited in 2019, 400 in 2020 and 296 in 2021. In 2021, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) issued the highest number of 862 commercial pilot licenses in its history. There is a severe shortage of commanders on certain types of aircraft. Currently, there are 87 foreign pilots operating on Indian carriers. career news View here.

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