Fact is Hiring an Apprentice

Fact is Hiring an Apprentice

Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore

Fact is Hiring an Apprentice. With the vacancy of 81 posts. Graduates/B. E/B. Tech/Diploma pass candidates can apply before 23rd January 2020. The selection process will be done on the basis of Written Exam. 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

Post Name Qualification Age
Diploma Apprentice


The candidate must have a Diploma Degree in Relevant Field 23 Years
Graduate Apprentice The candidate must have a B. Tech/B. E Degree in Relevant Field 25 Years

Application Fees For Apprentice

Candidates from Gen/EWS/OBC category                     No Application Fee
For SC/ST/PWD Candidates                     No Application Fee

Pay Scale For Apprentice

Name of the Post No of Vacancy Pay Matrix
Technician Apprentice 57 8,000 P. M
Graduate Apprentice 24 10,000 P. M

Pay Scale For Apprentice

Name of the Post Graduate Diploma
Civil Engineer 03 05
Chemical Engineer 05 15
IT/Computer Engineer 02 13
Electrical and Electronics Engineer 04 05
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineer 03 05
Mechanical Engineer 05 10
Diploma in Commercial Practice 0 05
Computer Science and Engineer 02 0
Total 24 57

Important Dates For Apprentice

Last Date 23rd January 2020

Important Links For Apprentice

For Detail Information visit at http://fact.co.in/Secure/admin/writereaddata/Documents/Recuit_2020/Advertisement%20English-%20Graduate%20%26%20Diploma%20-%202019-20%20Final_09.01.2020.pdf
Official Website http://fact.co.in/

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The applicants who are interested in this job can apply on this website http://fact.co.in/

The last date of application is 23rd January 2020

Job Location:-  Kerala

About Fertilisers And Chemicals Travancore Ltd

Agriculture has always been the mainstay of our people and we have been tilling the land and reaping the harvests for hundreds of years. This naturally found us in a situation where the land was becoming less and less bountiful. The yield was getting lower and lower and in the early half of the 20th century, we found we had to depend on imports to meet out minimum food grain requirement. The simple truth that land had been losing its fertility through long years of repeated cultivation dawned on us much too late.  What we were putting back in the form of organic manure was hardly adequate to replenish the soil or to correct the imbalance on the fertility status of the land under cultivation.

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