I worked at Air India (Less than a year)
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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Air India (New Delhi (India)).
After receiving the call letter for GD-PAT I arrived at Delhi.
We were at 7 AM.
First of all our documents were checked and collected.
Then we were given cards with serial numbers like A1, A2, A3 etc.
15 girls were called in group and made sit in a semi circle.
First of all they called us in another room one by one where 2 madams did our grooming check, as in walk and turn and smile.
Then we were called one by one for an articulation test where we were told to read aloud a paragraph in English and then in Hindi.
Then we were again in group and told to give an introduction of ourselves one by one within a minute, we were not to mention our names or city names. Just an introduction about our qualifications and strengths and weaknesses etc. We were strictly told to use only one language and not mixture of Hindi and English.
After that we were given a box in which there were props and we were to get an act ready on the given topic (Dahej-Dowry in my case) with the given props. Then after 10 mins of preparation time we had to perform that.
That was it. We were told that the results will be declared on the site.
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