Engineers India Limited has released an official notification inviting all the interested engineering graduates for fillip up a total of 67 vacancies.
The selected candidates will work for the post of Management Trainees in Engineers India Limited.
The last date to apply for the same latest by May 2 on the official website, the link for which is engineersindia.com
Total posts: 67
Name of the post: Management Trainees
ELIGIBILITY FOR ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED RECRUITMENT 2018:
All the candidates interested in applying need to possess a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/Technology/Computer Science from a recognised university/institute.
The minimum percentage required to apply is at least 65 or or CGPA of 6.0/ 7.0/ 4.6/ 5.3/ / 3.3/ 4.02.5 on a scale of 10/ 9/ 8/ 7/ 6/ 5/ 4 respectively.
- General category: Candidates should not exceed the maximum age limit of 25 years
- OBC non-creamy: Candidates should not exceed the maximum age limit of 28 years
- SC/ST category: The upper age limit is 30 years
- PwD (general): The upper age limit is 35 years
- PwD (OBC-NCL): The upper age limit is 38 years
- PwD (SC/ ST): The upper age limit is 40 years
ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED RECRUITMENT 2018: HOW TO APPLY
All the candidates need to apply online at engineersindia.com
ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED RECRUITMENT 2018: SELECTION PROCEDURE
“‘The recruitment process shall be through Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)-2018 followed by Interview,” as per the official notification.
ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED RECRUITMENT 2018: PAY SCALE
On successful completion of training, the Management Trainees will be considered for absorption in the regular pay scale of Rs 60,000 to 1,80,000.
“The place of posting may be at Head Office New Delhi / Gurugram, Regional Offices at Chennai, Vadodara, Kolkata, and Branch Office at Mumbai, Inspection Offices and Construction Sites etc. However, the place of posting can be anywhere in India and abroad depends upon the exigency of work,” the notification had said.
Last date to apply: May 2
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