CAAi,UK to review NCAR PART-66 failed modules with certain fee

Posted on by Suman Karki

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CAAi,UK to review NCAR PART-66 failed modules with certain fee

April 20, 2017

Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) published a notice to NCAR Part-66 AML exam appearing applicants regarding the review of failed modules.

CAAi (Civil Aviation Authority international), UK has been conducting computerized Part-66 license exam in Nepal since 2012. The license examination delivered in Nepal on behalf of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) is conducted at British Council, Lainchaur, Kathmandu.

On request of CAAN, CAAi (UK) has been reviewing the failed modules without charging a fee. Now onwards the review will be charged equal to the subject fee however; the fee will be refunded if applicant receives uplift in their mark from the review.

CAAi has committed to review examination paper with a score of 70% or above because they have received lots of review application with result of less than 40%. So, those applicants with marks less than 70% are ineligible for the review of failed modules.

The review of the examination paper is carried out by a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and then forwarded to another SME for final approval.

 

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