IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2021: Registrations for 480 Posts Conclude Today, 10th & ITI Pass can Apply

IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2021
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Indian Oil Corporation Limited, IOCL is to conclude the registration process for Apprentice Recruitment 2021 on August 28. The applications have been invited for 480 vacant posts. All eligible and interested candidates can apply for technical and non technical trade apprentices posts in the states of South India (Tamil Nadu & Puducherry, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh & Telangana).

The application process was commenced on August 13 and will conclude on August 28, at 05.00 pm. Candidates can apply for IOCL apprentice posts online through the official site of IOCL at 

IOCL Apprentices Recruitment 2021 Important Dates

Start date of online application form – August 13, 2021, 10.00 AM
Last date to fill online application form – August 28, 2021, 05.00 PM

IOCL Recruitment 2021 Vacancy Details

Post: Trade/ Technician Apprentice       
No. of Vacancy: 480
Pay Scale: As per Apprentices Act, 1961/1973/Apprentices Rules 1992

IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2021 Category wise Details
UR: 261
EWS: 37               
SC: 60   
ST: 09  
OBC (NCL): 113
Total: 480

IOCL Recruitment 2021 Eligibility Criteria:

Technician Apprentice: Diploma in Engineering (3 years Regular/ Sandwich Course in select trades).
Trade Apprentice: Matric with 2 (Two) Year ITI in select trades.

Age Limit: Minimum 18 years and maximum 24 years as on 30.06.2021.

How to Apply: Interested candidates may apply at between August 13 to August 28, 2021.

IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2021 Selection Process: Selection shall be on the basis of performance of the candidates on the basis of marks obtained by them in the Written Test and meeting the notified eligibility criteria. The Written Test will be conducted with Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ’s).

IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2021 Job Location: South India

IOCL Apprentice Recruitment 2021 Notification: 

Direct Link to Apply Here

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