PDIL Recruitment 2018 


Total No. Posts - 48 Posts

Last Date 15 December @ pdilin.com

Job Details :
1) Post Name : Trade Apprentice
No of Vacancy : 48 Posts
Pay Scale : Not Specified
Qualification : 10th Pass OR ITI in relevant Trades OR Graduation/ B.Com./ B.Sc from a recognized University/Institute as a regular full time course.
Nationality : Indian
Age Limit : Minimum age limit is 18 years as on 30.11.2017

Trade wise Vacancy :
Plumber : 1 Post
Electrician : 3 Posts
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic : 1 Post
Draughtsman (Civil) : 9 Posts
Draughtsman (Mechanical) : 7 Posts
Boiler Attendant : 1 Post
Laboratory Assistant (Chemical Plant) : 2 Posts
Chemical Laboratory Assistant : 2 Posts
Computer and Peripherals Hardware Repair and Maintenance Mechanic : 1 Post
Computer Networking Technician : 1 Post
Mechanic Mechanical Maintenance (Industrial Automation) : 01 Posts
Mechanic Electrical Maintenance (Industrial Automation) : 02 Posts
House Keeper (Institution) : 03 Posts
House Keeper (Corporate) : 02 Posts
Secretarial Assistant : 05 Posts
Stenographer (English) : 05 Posts
Library Assistant : 01 Post
Advanced Attendant Operator(Process) : 01 Post

Job Location : Gujarat & Uttar Pradesh

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Selection Process : Selection will be based on the percentage of marks obtained in the qualifying exam.

Application fee : There is no application fee.

How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply Online through the website http://www.pdilin.com from 01.12.2017 to 15.12.2017. thereafter website link will be disabled.

Important Dates to Remember :
Starting Date for Submission of Online Application : 01.12.2017
Last Date of Submission of Online Application : 15.12.2017
 
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