Updated: October 28, 2019 10:19:10 am
IOCL recruitment 2019: The Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), Western Region released the notification for the recruitment for Accountant, technician and trade apprentice posts.
According to the notification, registration process for IOCL recruitment for the posts of trade and technician apprentice in northern region has started. Interested and eligible candidates can visit the official website of IOCL-iocl.com to apply and submitting of application form online.
The candidates can apply online till November 26, 2019.
Total vacancies: 136
State wise vacancies
Madhya Pradesh: 35
Dadra and Nagar Haveli: 3
Technician Apprentice- Candidates should have a degree of three years regular full time Diploma in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Instrumentation/ Civil/ Electrical and Electronics with minimum 50 percent marks in aggregate. (For SC/ ST- 45 percent) from recognised university or institute.
Trade Apprentice- Regular full time graduate in any discipline with minimum 50 percent marks in aggregate (For SC/ ST- 45 percent marks) from recognised university or institute.
The age limit for both the posts will be same. Minimum age limit will be 18 years old and the maximum age limit will be 24 years old. Age relaxation will be applicable as per government norms.
IOCL recruitment 2019 Western Region: How to apply
Step 1: Visit the official web site- iocl.com
Step 2: Click on the ‘career’ tab
Step 3: Enter all the required details
Step 4: Upload the passport size photograph
Step 5: Click on ‘submit’
Documents required in online application:
— Proof of date of birth
— Matriculation certificate and school leaving certificate
— Certificate from ITI for diploma
— Caste certificate
— Signature in black ink
— Recent passport size photograph
Candidates can visit the official web site of IOCL- iocl.com for further reference.
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