PRL is Hiring a Technical Trainee

PRL is Hiring a Technical Trainee

Physical Research Laboratory

PRL is Hiring a Technical Trainee. With the vacancy of 15 posts. SSC/HSC/ ITI candidates can apply before 7th February 2020. The selection process will be based on Interview. 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 Technical Trainee

Post Name Qualification Age
Technical Trainee The candidate must have an ITI certificate in related stream from a recognized Institute 18-26 Years

 Vacancy Details For Technical Trainee

Trade No of Vacancy
A. C Mechanic 02
Carpenter 01
Electrician 01
Electronics 01
Fitter 01
Machinist 03
Plumber 02
Welder 01
Turner 03
Total 15

 Application Fees For Technical Trainee

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

Pay Scale For Technical Trainee

Post Name No of Vacancy Pay Matrix
Technical Trainee 15 12,000/- P. M

Important Dates For Technical Trainee

Date of Interview 7th February 2020

Important Links For Technical Trainee

For Detail Information visit at
Official Website

 Also, Check

Interested Candidates can walk-in on 7th February 2020 with required documents like Application form, original and also keep self-attested copies of certificates for age proof, etc

Last date of application: – 25th February 2020

Job Location:-  Ahmedabad

About Physical Research Laboratory

Founded in 1947 by Dr. Vikram A. Sarabhai, the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) had a modest beginning at his residence, the RETREAT, with research on Cosmic Rays. The Laboratory was formally established on November 11, 1947, in the M. G. Science College, Ahmedabad, with support from the Karmkshetra Educational Foundation and the Ahmedabad Education Society. The initial focus was research on Cosmic Rays and the properties of the Upper Atmosphere. Research in Theoretical Physics and Radio Physics was added later with grants from the Atomic Energy Commission.

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