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http://www.nts.org.pk/ntsweb/CAA_19_...e_2010/CAA.htm
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hello,
I m interested in the post of assistant air traffic controller . I have a masters degree witn sindh urban domicile.
As sindh urban has just one post a/c to quota , so what are my prospects as female ? Is CAA do recruitments on merit ?
what is the job of assitant air traffic controller like ?
I hope somebody answer my questions .
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hi!
I also have the same question, can any one guide me about the nature of the job of assistant air traffic controller.
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well it is said that in this govt. it is difficult to get job in a department like CAA. i m not discouraging anyone but it is the general perception. one of my friend qualified written for this post last year through NTS but he was failed in interview which was conducted by CAA....

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hello,
I m interested in the post of assistant air traffic controller . I have a masters degree witn sindh urban domicile.
As sindh urban has just one post a/c to quota , so what are my prospects as female ? Is CAA do recruitments on merit ?
what is the job of assitant air traffic controller like ?
I hope somebody answer my questions .
Air Traffic Controller :

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Air Traffic Controllers are professionals who provide air traffic services for the safe, efficient, and orderly flow of air traffic, both in the air and on the ground at an airport. They work at one of PCAA’s 36 air traffic towers or 02 Area Control Centers.

If you're interested in working for an organization that values teamwork, innovation and excellence, then consider a career with Civil Aviation Authority Pakistan as an Assisstant Air Trafic control Officer (Pay Group-7).

No aviation-related experience or knowledge is required. We provide all the training you need for a successful career. We offer a competitive compensation package, and plenty of on-the-job variety.
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Plz give us the guidance reagarding the NTS test will it b purely NTS pattern test like 100 marks paper wid 30 marks english 40 marks analytical and 30 marks quatitative(maths). Or dere is some portion of aviation side as well like frequency modulation etc. The guys who had appeared last year plz tell us about the paper. And previous year paper was also conducted by NTS or not? Group-7 is equivalent to Grade-17 or which grade? Thnx in advance n wil b waiting for reply.
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I had given the previous test conducted by NTS for the post of AATCO and got 45 marks. The Test conducted by NTS was really a challenging task for the candidates and only a few hundreds of thousands candidates got 40 or above 40 marks, the average was 20, 15 and 25 marks. Even though, i could not be shortlisted for the Interview after securing 45 marks as the CAA made tough criteria of 50 marks.

The test conducted by NTS included Geography, English, Arithmetics, Psychology, General Knowledge and Case Studies.....

I am also candidate for the post of AATCO this year and i know these 2 seats are like a drop in the ocean, but i do hope will clear the test with flying colours as i know the standard of NTS Test now.
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The test conducted by NTS included Geography, English, Arithmetics, Psychology, General Knowledge and Case Studies.....
raja can you plz share with us that which kind of psychology questions had asked?
and please guide us about case study in detail that which kind of case study they may ask tu the candidates?
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Thnx Raja for replying. Can u plz tell us from where to prepare geography, psychology and case study section. Any book for these 3 sections. Wat sort of psychology and geography questions were there, give 1 example for each if possible. I shall b very thankful 2 u. Thnx in advance.
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Friends sorry i forgot onething to add and that is Departmental questions, the test also included Civil Aviation questions regarding the rules and principles.
The test was objective and i think there were total 100 questions. The time to complete 100 questions was 1 and half hours.
English section, Geography, Arithmetics, General Knowledge, Psychology, Case Studies.

English section included Vocabulary (very tough ), Correction and Errors.
Geography included questions like Topography and etc...
Arithmetic included questions of percentage and ratios ( very tricky as time was very limited )
General knowledge was also very tough and that was not very simple as who is the foreign minister of Pakistan, but very tough questions were given.
Psychology included shapes like aptitude test.
Case studies included questions to be decided by the candidate, i am here giving you one example which came in the test.

Case: We have a plot of 4000 square feet for the College building. We have to develope Chemistry, Physics, Computer, English, Sindhi, Urdu and Biology Department in the Building. The architecture suggests us to place Biology on first floor, Chemistry on second floor, Urdu on third floor, and so on....

A: If Chemistry comes on second floor, Biology has to be placed on 4th floor, English to be placed 3 floor and etc....
B:If.......
C.........
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