NTPC Recruitment 2022: State-run Maharatana Power PSU, has announced the recruitment of 864 Engineering Executive Trainees through GATE 2022. Eligible and interested candidates can apply for the job before November 11, 2022.
According to an official notification from NTPC Limited, the power giant is looking to hire promising, dedicated, energetic young Graduate Engineers with brilliant academic records to join the organisation as Engineering Executive Trainees in the disciplines of Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics/Instrumentation, Civil and Mining.
Full-time bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Technology/AMIE with not less than 65% marks, as per respective Institute/University norms (55% for SC/ST/PwBD candidates). The candidates must have appeared for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2022 examination (GATE 2022).
Age limit: Upper age limit is 27 years as of the last date of the online application.
Eligible candidates must have appeared & qualified Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2022 (GATE 2022) examination. Candidates shall be shortlisted for document verification based on GATE 2022 performance, from amongst the candidates who apply against this advertisement in NTPC. Further, the candidates will be extended "offer of Appointment" subject to meeting the advertised eligibility criteria.
Selected candidates will be placed in the pay scale of Rs 40,000 – 1,40,000 at the basic pay of Rs 40,000. Other benefits such as dearness allowance, other perquisites and allowances, terminal benefits, etc. will be admissible as per company rules in force from time to time during training/after absorption.
The selected candidates shall undergo one-year training at various places. The final place of posting will be decided after the completion of training. Candidates can be placed, across the country, in any of the projects/stations including subsidiaries/JVs companies of NTPC.
Click here to read the official notification for more info.
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