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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA( as on 15/04/2019 ) : -



a) AGE: Between 18 and 27 years (Relaxable upto 5 years in case of SC/ST and 3 years in case of OBC categories)

b)b) MARITAL STATUS: Unmarried

c)MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:10+2 from a recognized Board/University. Candidates who are having three years Degree / Diploma Holder in Hotel Management and Catering Technology from a Government recognized Institute will be given preference.

d)PHYSICAL STANDARDS:.

1.Height & BMI : Minimum required for :

Male: Minimum 163 cms

Female: Minimum 154.5 cms.

Relaxation of 2.5 cms for SC/ST candidates & those from North East states & hilly states} subject to domicile proof.
- BMI should be as per CAR issued by DGCA (click here to download)


- Formula for calculating BMI =
Weight in Kgs
         Height in Meters X Height in Meters


(Height & BMI Chart is also available on the Website) The range of BMI as per CAR issued by DGCA is as follows :

BMINormal
Male18-25
Female18-22
Weight: In proportion to height as per Company’s standard

2.Vision: Near Vision: N/5 in better eye and N/6 in worst eye. Distant vision: 6/6 in one eye & 6/9 in another eye Spectacles/corrective surgery not allowed. Contact lenses up to + 2D permitted

Note: Please note that candidates, who have undergone Lasik surgery for correction of eyesight, will be considered provided they have undergone surgery prior to six months of the date of eligibility criteria.

3.Colour Vision: Normal on Ishihara Chart / Tokyo Medical College Chart.

4.COSMETIC APPEARANCE: Should be well groomed with clear complexion without any noticeable blemish, no odd scars/birth mark or bad case of acne and , no visible tattoo. Even and regular teeth.

5.SPEECH: Clear speech, no stammering, lisping. Command of the English language should be with clear understandable accent.

6.LANGUAGE: Fluency in Hindi and English. Should also have working knowledge of Hindi.

A candidate shall be deemed to have acquired working knowledge of Hindi, if he/she has passed Matriculation or an equivalent or higher examination with Hindi as one of the subjects; OR Pragya, the examination conducted under Hindi Teaching Scheme of the Central Government or when so specified by that Government in respect of any particular category of post, any lower examination under that scheme; OR Any other examination specified on that behalf by the Central Government; OR he/she declares himself/herself to have acquired such knowledge