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IOCL Recruitment of Engineering Assistants and Attendants - www.iocl.com

IOCL Employment NewsIndian Oil Corporation Limited, the largest commercial undertaking company published notification in www.iocl.com against latest engineering assistant job opportunities. It invited applications in the prescribed format from diploma qualified Indian citizens for the recruitment of engineering assistants and technical attendants in Western Region Pipelines. Western region pipeline network is spread across the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Notification and application format can be found in Employment News Today and last date of reaching of applications is 24th June, 2014

Vacancies           : 5
Age Limit            : 18 to 26 years

Engineering Assistant – Grade IV (Mechanical): 1 (UR-1)
Pay Scale                       : Rs. 11900-32000
Academic Qualifications: Mechanical / Automobile Engineering Diploma

Engineering Assistant – Grade IV (Electrical): (UR-1, OBC-1, SC-1)
Pay Scale                       : Rs. 11900-32000
Academic Qualifications: Electrical Engineering Diploma.

Technical Attendant-Grade I: (ST-1)
Pay Scale                       : Rs. 10500-24500
Academic Qualifications: ITI from a recognized institute. Please see www.iocl.com for eligible trades for post.

Application Process: download the application format from www.iocl.com or www.employment-news-day.com. Filled in applications along with application fee (Rs.100/-) and other required copies of certificates to “The Human Resource Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (Pipelines Division), Western Region Pipelines, Post Box No. 1007, P.O. Bedipara, Morbi Road, Gauridad, Rajkot – 360 003 (Gujarat)”  by the closing date 24th June, 2014.

Selection Process: Written Test -> Trade Test / Physical Test (line inspection attendant) -> Personal Interview 

Website: www.iocl.com

IOCL recruitment details are published by Employment News Today

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