Subsequent to the application sent for the post of “Trainee First Officer”. We are pleased to inform you that we are conducting a written entrance examination on 31st January 2012. Those candidates who qualify in written examination will have to undergo further selection process.
Your are required to come and collect your Examination Roll Number on or before 25th January 2012 from SpiceJet Corporate Office (Gurgaon).You are required to carry a Demand Draft of Rs. 25000/- drawn in favor of “SpiceJet Limited”, payable at Delhi. Kindly mention your name, CPL number and contact details on the backside of the demand draft. Venue and timing details will be shared with you on the same day.
You are also required to bring with you an updated CV, two passport size photographs, and the following documents in original as well as one photocopy each:-
1) CPL and IR
4) Class one Medical.
5) Photo ID Proof
Wishing you good luck & all the best
Kindly acknowledge receipt of this mail latest by 13th January 2012
Pilot Recruitment Cell
SpiceJet Limited 319,Udyog Vihar Phase IV Gurgaon 122016
As for the questions, let me see- There were some really simple questions on triangles Then some questions on relative velocity (2 cars starting from A to B) Some questions on conversions- 41000ft in Km 15m in feet This all was the easy part
Lot of questions from technical and especially electrical system- If we have to convert 28V DC to 200/115AC then what should we use There were some questions on HP cock and LP cock???? One question from triple spool engine Procedure for shutting down turbine engine- HP first or LP first When thrust is reversed on Turboprop which gasses are reversed, Hot or cold Where is fuel flow measured in a jet engine (with diagram) Climb gradient for 2 segment Static is blocked, what will altimeter read while descending/ascending CG is forward of range, what will be effect on range and SFC Metar and TAF readings The regs part was weird though- Can you shoot sids and stars with gps in india What is the RNP for some GNSS approach WHen does the air hostess need to fasten her seat belt Whose rules does India follow- Europe, Australia, USA or ICAO Annex Sumthin An airway is marked FL80, what does it mean?
Good on you, Mentat. Regarding your query on the other thread, you're pretty much good to go to collect your roll number before 25th January. I don't think Mahantesh would send out anymore emails to those candidates who have acknowledged.
Thanks smurf..will be going tomorrowto colect my roll no.
Thanks friendlypilot for posting the questions, the exam pattern is more like Jet's than Indigo's. Here are some more questions courtsey 'Zippe'
Recruitment x- am questions ( Non type rated)
Guys, got hold of some questions from the exam for non type rated held last year. Hope it helps and good luck.
1. Were asked to find out magnetic hdg, variation etc were given along with all other relevant info. It's just that the ques was a little twisted.
2. Departure calculation
3. Colour of all the 3 ILS Markers
4. ILS Freq range
5. where is ILS threshold located
6. co-located ILS & DME. what is it called?
7. Freq of VOR
8. HOW MANY A/C NEEDED to saturate a DME on Lock-On mode
9. how many a/c needed to saturate a DME on search & scan mode
11. Principle of SSR, DME, Radio-altimeter
12. ONLY 3-4 ques on Met ( topics were: thunderstorm, cb types, validity of TAF)
13. One ques on 1 in 60 rule
14. weather radar- colour which depicts severe/worst wx
15. arrange in order: v1, vr, v2, vmcg
16. principle of IRS
17. errors of GPS
18. no. of satellites of RAIM
19. what will happen to V1 in case of wet runway
20. there was one ques on servo assisted altimeter
21. errors os VSI
22. a/c going from high pressure area to low pressure. what will be the Indicated altitude?
23. holding speed was asked for cat-B a/c
24. one ques on Turn-coordinator
25. principle of gas turbine engine options were given
26. what happens to induced and parasite drag when speed increases
Basically, ... 80 percent paper was from Radio-aids & 20 percent (general nav+met)
i have given my resume more than 3-4 times in last 3-4 months...for trainee first officer position,,i am not getting a call from you yet...is there anyone who can guide me...please...sent mails too....DAMN..IRRITATING
The level of professionalism is very clear from the way these guys at spice have handled the recruitment so far and the appalling grammar used by a senior HR, sometimes it makes me think that these guys are no better than the babus sitting in the DGCA, only difference being the number of air conditioners running in their offices.
Yes, the fee was 20,000 in the previous attempt. This time around it is 25000 and I assume nearly hundred candidates have been called for the exam. I wouldn't bother doing the math. But I'm sure it covers a month's pay for 20 odd Trainee First Officers.
These companies have a 'take it or leave it' attitude. I wish we could file an RTI for money asked but unfortunately Pvt companies don't come under the purview of RTI.
IF only we all could get together and make it a point not to go for this company who is a complete fraud. Everyone knows how the exams are conducted and who eventually gets in. I knew too, still I gave the exam thinking I may get lucky.
beinghuman - In these desperate times, low-time pilots will simply 'take it', whatever comes their way. At the end of the day, we succumb to it. Nepotism exists in every other organization and has a strong presence felt in the aviation industry all over the world. To fight it out is a big task and I reckon only a handful will be up for it. The only way out of this frustration is to keep working hard and when the time comes, persistence will prevail.
i am one of the guys whose nt going for the spice recruitment even after getting the call!! Simply cause i dont have the 25K or 75K to spend on a stupid exam, whose outcome is well known.. Id rather wait for a company like jet to come up with another recruitment drive! no other option! people who have money will keep paying and keep gettng conned!
@tolip111111, i'm sure 10% of the pilots may get in due to merit. whats the harm in trying for a place in that 10%! i say so because there does not seem any compay recruiting this year apart ofcourse from the cae, but to be called for their exam is another fate of luck!
something better than nothing isn't it? correct me if i'm wrong,i'd love to be wrong
on that note good luck to all guys giving the exam.
bayblade - I couldn't agree with you more. Jet Airways is packed to the rafters for the next one year, Air India and Kingfisher are in the dumps, IndiGo is all about that one lucky call in the near future and Go Air looks to be maintaining a low profile in terms of recruitment for non-type rated CPL holders. For now and according to one of the members on PPRuNe, this could be the last recruitment drive for Spice Jet till 2013.
Yes, a few are recruited on merit basis. The rest is the same old story known to many. Anyway, good luck to all the pilots (who don't belong to the influential lot) appearing for the Spice Jet exam. It would be very kind of you guys to post some of the questions on this thread after the 31st of January.