IRCON International Recruitment 2018


Total No. Posts - 52 Posts

Last Date 22 January 

Job Details :
1) Post Name: Junior Engineer (Electrical & S&T)
No. of Vacancy : 32 Posts (Electrical -20 & S&T – 12)
Pay Scale: Rs. 28000-80000/-
Qualification : 3 years FullTime Diploma in Electrical/Electronics/ Electronics & Communication/ Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering from a recognized Institute/University approved by AICTE with not less than 60% marks or equivalent grade.
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 30 years As on 01.12.2017

2) Post Name : Assistant Engineer (Electrical & S&T)
No. of Vacancy : 20 Posts (Electrical – 15 & S&T – 05)
Pay Scale : Rs. 40000- 140000/-
Qualification: Fulltime Bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Electronics & Comm. Engg. /Electrical & Electronics Engg. / Electronics Engg. from recognized Institute/ University approved by AICTE with not less than 60% Marks or equivalent grade.
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 30 years As on 01.12.2017

Job Location: New Delhi

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Selection Process: Selection will be based on Written Exam and/or Interview.

Application Fee: General & OBC Candidates have to pay Rs.1000/- and Rs.250/- for SC/ST/ex-Serviceman through Internet Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card and print the e-receipt for your record.

How to Apply: Interested Candidate may apply Online through the website https://www.ircon.org from 20.12.2017 to 19.01.2018.

Important Dates to Remember :
Starting Date for Submission of Online Application : 20.12.2017
Last Date for Submission of Online Application : 19.01.2018
Last Date for Submission of Application Fee : 22.01.2018
 
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