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Posted on 16 Apr 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 06 May 19

Engineer Trainee/ Executive Trainee  job vacancies in Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)

No. of Posts :

Mechanical : 40 (UR-17, EWS-4, OBC-10, SC-6, ST-3)     

Electrical : 30 (UR-13, EWS-3, OBC-7, SC-4, ST-3)    

Civil :  20 (UR-9, EWS-2, OBC-5, SC-3, ST-1)   

Chemical :  10 (UR-4, EWS-1, OBC-2, SC-2, ST-1)    

HR# : 20 (UR-9, EWS-2, OBC-5, SC-3, ST-1)    

Finance : 25 (UR-10, EWS-2, OBC-7, SC-4, ST-2)    


Engineer Trainee in (Mechanical/ Electrical/ Civil/ Chemical)

Qualifications : Full-Time Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering /Technology or Five year integrated Master’s degree or Dual Degree programme in Engineering or Technology in the disciplines of Mechanical or Electrical or Civil or Chemical Engineering from a recognized Indian University/ Institute*

Upper Age Limit (years) (as on 01/04/2019) :

27 Years (Candidates born before 01/04/1992 are not eligible to apply)

29 years for candidates having two years’ full time Post Graduate in Engineering or Business Administration/ Management

Executive Trainee in (HR)

Qualifications :  Full time regular Bachelor’s degree from a recognized Indian University* with atleast 60% marks in aggregate in all years With Two years full-time regular Post Graduate Degree/Diploma in Human Resource Management/ Personnel Management and Industrial Relations/ Social Work/ Business Administration with specialization in Personnel Management or Labour Welfare or HRM from a recognized Indian University/ Institute** with minimum 55% marks in aggregate of all years/semesters.

Upper Age Limit (years) (as on 01/04/2019) : 29 Years (Candidates born before 01/04/1990 are not eligible to apply)

Executive Trainee in (Finance)

Qualifications :  Full time regular Bachelor’s degree from a recognized Indian University* With Qualified Chartered or Cost and Works Accountants from recognized Institutions in India

Upper Age Limit (years) (as on 01/04/2019) : 29 Years (Candidates born before 01/04/1990 are not eligible to apply)

Emoluments :  Candidates joining BHEL as Engineer/Executive Trainees will undergo training for one year. During training period, basic pay of Rs 50,000/- in the scale of pay of Rs 50,000-1,60,000/- will be paid. After successful completion of training, the trainees will be absorbed as Engineers/Executives in the scale of pay of Rs 60,000-1,80,000/- with a basic pay of Rs 60,000/-.

Application Fee :  For BHEL ET – 2019 Recruitment (Application Fees Rs.500 and Processing Fees Rs.300 +GST for UR/EWS/OBC and only Processing Fees of Rs300+GST for SC/ST/PWD/EXSM)*

Selection Process :  a) Candidates interested in joining BHEL as Engineer/Executive Trainee will have to appear for a Computer Based Examination. Based on the Examination Marks and requirement, candidates will be shortlisted for Interview in order of merit in the ratio of 1:7 to the number of vacancies in each discipline and Category. Physically Challenged candidates will be accorded upto 25% relaxation below the cut-off marks in their respective categories for being shortlisted for interview.

Medical Standards :  Applicants should possess sound health. Before Joining, selected candidates will have to undergo medical examination by the Company’s Authorized Officer and the appointment will be subject to meeting the health standards prescribed by the Company. No relaxation in health standards is allowed.

Job Type

Interview Type

Written-test

How to apply

Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 6th May, 2019 at 11:45 PM.

Important Dates

Opening of On-line submission of application : 16th April, 2019 at 10:00 PM

Closing of On-line submission of application  : 6th May, 2019 at 11:45 PM

Last Date for On-line payment of Fees : 8th May, 2019 at 06:00 PM

Date of Examination :  25th & 26th May, 2019

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Company Description
The plants under BHEL also made rapid progress. However, there was considerable overlap as also complementarities in the product profile and technologies of the two corporations. There was urgent need for rationalization of product profile, standardization of designs and engineering practices.  Integration of the corporations would result in synergy and optimal use of resources. The merged entity would also be better able to stand growing global competition. After due deliberations, Government of India in 1972, decided to merge the operations of the two corporations and create a truly modern global enterprise.  Accordingly, HE(I)L and BHEL formally merged in January 1974.
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