BHEL is Hiring an Apprentice

BHEL is Hiring an Apprentice

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

BHEL is Hiring an Apprentice. It has a vacancy of 229 posts. Diploma/B.E/B. Tech candidates can apply before 3rd April 2020. The selection process will be based on the Merit list. Any changes in the number of Vacancies will be informed on the official site. Stay Connected to the website for Exam Date, Admit Card, Answer Key. For detail information about Salary/Qualification/Criteria/Eligibility, you can go through this page.

Trade wise vacancy detail for an Apprentice

Trade Diploma Vacancies Graduate Vacancies 
Civil 5 3
Chemical 1
Computer Science & Application 4
Electrical 24 43
Electronics 3
Electronics and Telecommunication 2 13
Industrial 7
Information 1
Instrumentation Technology 1
Mechanical 40 60
Metallurgy 2
Modern Office Management 20 20
Total 91 138

Eligibility Criteria For an Apprentice

Name of the Post Qualification Age Limit
Diploma Apprentice The candidate must have Diploma Certificate in relevant stream from a government recognized institute 14-25 Years
Graduate Apprentice The candidate must have a B .E/B. Tech Degree with minimum 70% for Gen/OBC and 60% for reserved category in relevant stream from a government recognized institute 14-25 Years

Application Fees For an Apprentice

For Gen/OBC/SC/ST/PWD/PH                       No Application Fee

Pay Scale For an Apprentice

Post Name No of Vacancy Pay Matrix
Diploma Apprentice 91 9,000/-
Graduate Apprentice 138 8,000/-

Important Dates For an Apprentice

Application Date 13th  March 2020
Last Date 3rd April 2020

 Important Links For an Apprentice

For Detail Notification visit at http://careers.bhelbpl.co.in/gt2021/GGT_Dip2021_ADVERTISEMENT_ENG.pdf
Official Website https://bpl.bhel.com/bplweb_new/

Also, Check

https://jobsnippers.com/csptcl-is-looking-for-an-apprentice/

The interested candidates can apply through the website https://bpl.bhel.com/

You can apply from- 13th March 2020 to 3rd April 2020.

Job Location: – Bhopal

About Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

One of the greatest challenges before the Government of India on attaining freedom in 1947 was to provide a strong base in infrastructure and capital goods for economic and industrial development.  The Government under the leadership of Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru realized that there should be a large manufacturing base and adequate technically qualified personnel for sustained economic growth.

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