Updated: October 25, 2018 9:40:51 am
BHEL recruitment 2018: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has released a notification inviting aspirants to apply for the post of graduate and trade apprentices. The candidates have to apply online at careers.bhelhwr.co.in. The selected candidates can earn up to Rs 6,000 per month and the last date to apply for BHEL recruitment is Nov 7, 2018. A total of 250 vacancies are available where freshers can apply.
BHEL recruitment 2018: Vacancy details
Branch: Graduate apprentice
Mechanical/ Production/ Industrial: 101
Mechanical/ Production/ Industrial: 50
Office management and secretariat practice/ steno/ account audit: 17
Application process begins: October 22
Last date to submit application fees: November 7
Interview result: December 12
Interview dates: December 21 to 27
Result declaration: January 4
Joining date: January 16 to 22
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BHEL recruitment 2018: How to apply
Step 1: The candidates can visit the official website
Step 2: On the homepage, check the “Engagement of Graduate and Diploma Apprenticeship for February 2019 batch” link
Step 3: Click on Apply online
Step 4: Keep a 30 kb jpeg passport size colour photo ready
Step 5: Upload scanned education and other certificates
Step 6: Pay the exam fees and download acknowledgement slip
BHEL recruitment 2018: Eligibility
Educational qualification: The candidate should hold a degree, diploma (B.E/ B Tech)or ITI certificate in relevant field. They need to have trade and technical skills knowledge. The job is located at Ranipur (Uttarakhand)
Age: The minimum age of the candidate should be 18 years and maximum for general category is 27 while there is age relaxation for the reserved category.
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