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ECIL is looking for engineers; apply before Nov 30

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ECIL recruitment 2019: Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), a PSU under the Department of Atomic Energy is looking for dynamic and result-oriented personnel for the various positions on contract basis for a period of one year (extendable depending upon project requirements) to work at Hyderabad. Eligible candidates for ECIL jobs can apply before November 30.

No of vacancies: 28 posts Job role: Military Communications Division, Radiation Detectors & Instrumentation Division, Telecom Division, Strategic Electronics Division, Corporate Planning & Project Monitoring Division, ETF & Antenna Products & Satcom Division of ECIL.

Pay scale: Rs 23,000/-

Age limit Minimum age: 18 years Maximum Age: 31 years

Application fee: No fee

Qualifications: Candidates applying for these jobs should have an engineering degree in their respective fields with minimum 60 percent marks from a recognised college or university. Candidates also have a one-year post qualification experience in their respective fields.

How to apply: Eligible candidates have to apply online through website http://careers.ecil.co.in or directly through the website: “www.ecil.co.in” by selecting ‘Careers’ followed by ‘e-Recruitment’. After applying on-line, the candidate is required to take the print out of registered on-line application form with system generated application serial number. Please note down your application serial number for the post applied, for future reference without fail. The candidate can take re-print of his/her registered on-line application form before the last date for On-line registration.

Mode of selection: The selection process will be followed by a written test and interview. The written test and Interview will be held at Hyderabad only. Details with regard to date, time and venue of written test etc., will be communicated later.

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