3 years Diploma in Chemical/ Refinery & Petrochemical Engineering or B.Sc. (Maths, Physics, Chemistry or Industrial Chemistry) from a recognized Institute/ University with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate for General & OBC candidates & 45% in case of SC candidates against reserved positions.
3 years Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from recognized Institute/ University with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate for General & OBC candidates & 45% in case of SC/PwBD candidates against reserved/identified for PwBD positions or Matric with ITI in Fitter Trade with Pass class.
years Diploma in Instrumentation/ Instrumentation & Electronics/
Instrumentation & Control Engineering from a recognized Institute/
University with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate for General & OBC
candidates & 45% in case of SC/PwBD candidates against reserved/identified
for PwBD positions.
18 years and Maximum age shall be 26 years for General candidates as on
Assistant-IV (Instrumentation)/Junior Technical Assistant – IV
Rs. 25,000-1,05,000 per month
Application fee: Rs.150/-
*No fees are to be paid by Ex-servicemen/candidates belonging to SC/ST communities.
The prescribed qualification should be from a recognized Indian University/Institute as a regular full-time course / Diploma course (including a sandwich diploma course with industrial training as part of the course; with no break) with minimum 50% marks (45% for SC and PwBD category candidates) in aggregate.
holding a qualification acquired through part-time/correspondence/distance
education mode are not eligible
Qualification of MSc (Chemistry) shall not be considered a disqualification for postcode 101. However, the percentage requirement shall be applied on graduation level exam (BSc–PCM) only.
candidate is allowed to apply for only one discipline. In case of receipt of
more than one application for more than one discipline, all the applications
will be rejected.
No woman is permitted to work in or allowed to enter any building in which the generation of gas from dangerous petroleum as defined in the Petroleum Act 1934, is carried on. No woman is allowed to work in the LPG storage and handling area.
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