IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2019: Apply Online For 380 Vacancies
Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), one amongst the largest commercial enterprise in India, has released a recruitment notification for the post of Apprentices in Technical and Non-Technical trades. The recruitment notification was released for a total of 380 Apprentices. The pay will be based on the Apprentices Rules 1992.
The applications are invited for its five regions viz Western Region Pipelines(WRPL), Northern Region Pipelines (NRPL), Eastern Region Pipelines (ERPL), Southern Region Pipelines(SRPL) and South Eastern Region Pipelines (SERPL). Interested candidates can visit the official website of IOCL to apply online. The last date to apply online for IOCL Apprentice recruitment 2019 is November 22.
IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2019 – Region-wise Vacancies
- Gujarat – 80 vacancies
- Rajasthan – 35 vacancies
- West Bengal – 39 vacancies
- Bihar – 26 vacancies
- Assam – 23 vacancies
- Uttar Pradesh – 30 vacancies
- Odisha – 39 vacancies
- Chhattisgarh – 08 vacancies
- Jharkhand – 03 vacancies
- Haryana – 36 vacancies
- Punjab – 17 vacancies
- Delhi – 16 vacancies
- Uttrakhand – 03 vacancies
- TamilNadu – 19 vacancies
- Karnataka – 03 vacancies
- Andhra Pradesh – 03 vacancies
|Name Of The Posts||Trade Apprentice, Technician Apprentice and Data Entry Operator|
|Organisation||Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)|
|Educational Qualification||Varies from one to another|
|Salary Scale||As per Apprentices Rules 1992|
|Application Start Date||November 4, 2019|
|Application End Date||November 22, 2019|
Minimum 18 years and maximum 24 years as on October 31, 2019.
Duration Of Apprenticeship Training
- Technician Apprentice(Elec/Mech/T&I) : One Year
- Trade Apprentices (Assistant HR/Accountant): One Year
- Data Entry Operator and Domestic Data Entry Operator: 15 months
Candidates will be selected based on the written test (Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions-MCQ’s). According to the official notice, the tentative date for IOCL written exam is December 8, 2019. There shall be 100 questions in the written test.