NEEPCO is Hiring an Apprentice
North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited
NEEPCO is Hiring an Apprentice. NEEPCO has a vacancy for the 46 posts. Diploma/ ITI candidates can apply before 28th February 2020. The selection process will be based on Written Test. 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.
Eligibility Criteria For Apprentice
|Technician Apprentice||The candidate must have a Diploma in Engineering or Technology from a recognized State Government Institute
|Trade Apprentice||The candidate must have an ITI certificate in relevant field from a recognized State Government Institute|
Application Fees For Apprentice
|For Gen/OBC/SC/ST/PWD/PH||No Application Fee|
Pay Scale For Apprentice
|Post Name||No of Vacancy||Pay Matrix|
Important Dates for Apprentice
|Application Date||7th February 2020|
|Last Date||28th February 2020|
Important Links For Apprentice
|For Detail Information visit at||https://neepco.co.in/sites/default/files/Apprentice%20Advt%202020%20website%20advertisement.pdf|
The interested candidates can apply through the website www.neepco.gov.in
You can apply from- 7th Feb 2020 to 28th February 2020.
Job Location: – Meghalaya
About North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited
Incorporated in 1976 to plan, investigate, design, construct, generate, operate & maintain power stations in the North Eastern Region of India under the Ministry of Power, Government of India, NEEPCO is conferred with the Schedule A- Miniratna Category-I CPSE status and operates 7 hydro, 3 thermal and 1 solar power stations with a combined installed capacity of 1457 MW. NEEPCO has one power project under development which is 600 MW Kameng HEP which is scheduled for commissioning within the financial year 2019-20. NEEPCO has been a trusted power generation company in the North-Eastern region of India and beyond since 1976, working closely with the Ministry of Power and the northeastern states to act in their best interest in tapping the enormous power potential of the region and the country.