Hyderabad:The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) on Wednesday stated that a number of initiatives have been taken to extend the workforce at varied authorities with 114 posts out of newly created 416 already crammed whereas the remaining will likely be crammed in a phased method. The growth of the workforce is being seen in response to the rising fleets of Indian airways corresponding to Indigo, Air India and others.
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In addition to the Directorate Common of Civil Aviation (DGCA), initiatives have been taken to extend the workforce on the Airports Financial Regulatory Authority (AERA) and the Airports Authority of India (AAI). On the Airports Financial Regulatory Authority (AERA), which is an impartial regulatory physique tasked with overseeing the financial regulation of airports within the nation, 24 out of 27 beforehand vacant positions right here have now been crammed, and 5 out of the ten newly created positions have been occupied.
Moreover, to satisfy the rising demand for air journey, the ministry has initiated the creation of 796 new Air Site visitors Management Officer (ATCO) positions underneath AAI in two phases. ”To satisfy the rising demand for air journey, 796 further posts of ATCOs have been created in two phases i.e; 340 posts in Might 2022 and 456 posts in April 2023. Motion has additionally been taken to fill the posts of ATCOs,” stated the ministry in its launch.