Aug 20, 2013 | Diploma Trainee Recruitment by NTPC Aug 2013

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NTPC invites applications from eligible candidates for the post of Diploma Trainees (Electrical, Mechanical, Civil & C&I)   for its projects located in various states and  for its projects in various parts of India. 
Last Date to Apply Online 10/09/2013 .Eligibility, age, applications details are stated below:
  • Diploma Engineer Trainee :
    • Uttar Pradesh : 25 posts (Mechanical -12, Electrical-7, C&I-4, Civil-2)
    • Maharashtra : 40 posts (Mechanical -15, Electrical-14, C&I-8, Civil-8)
    • Chhattisgarh & Madhya Pradesh : 40 posts (Mechanical -20, Electrical-11, C&I-7, Civil-2)
    • Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka : 20 posts (Mechanical -10, Electrical-06, C&I-3, Civil-1)
    • Delhi and Uttar Pradesh (NCR) : 25 posts (Mechanical -9, Electrical-7, C&I-5, Civil-4)
    • Bihar and West Bengal : 55 posts (Mechanical -31, Electrical-13, C&I-11)
    • Odisha : 20 posts (Mechanical -10, Electrical-5, C&I-4, Civil-1)
    • Uttarakhand : 11 posts (Mechanical -2, Electrical-4, C&I-1, Civil-4)
Qualification : Diploma in Engineering with 70% marks (pass marks for SC/ST/PWD) in respective branch.

Stipend : Rs.15500/- per month as stipend for one year and after successful completion will be absorbed in the pay scale of Rs. 15500 - 3% - 34500.

Age : 27 years as on 10/09/2013.

Fee: Candidates belonging to General/OBC category are required to pay a non-refundable registrarion fee of Rs.300/- by downloading pay-in slip from website. SC/ST/PWD candidates need not pay the registration fee. 

How to Apply: Eligible candidates shall apply through online registration system only from 10.00 hours of 19/08/2013 to midnight of 10/09/2013.

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About NTPC:
NTPC, India's largest power company, was set up in 1975 to accelerate power development in India. It is emerging as an ‘Integrated Power Major’, with a significant presence in the entire value chain of power generation business. NTPC ranked 337th in the ‘2012, Forbes Global 2000’ ranking of the World’s biggest companies. With a current generating capacity of 41,184 MW, NTPC plans to become a 128,000 MW company by 2032.