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Sharmili Mallick

The National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC) has invited applications from candidates for Artisan Trainee posts in different departments. Interest and eligible candidates can apply for the posts before September 21, 2021.

NTPC Artisan Trainee Recruitment Vacancy Details

Total Vacancy- 53 posts

Artisan Trainee (Fitter): 26 posts

Artisan Trainee (Electrician): 6 posts

Artisan Trainee Instrument Mechanics: 21 posts

Age Limit: Candidates applying for the posts should not be more than 42 years of age.

Selection Process: Eligible candidates will have to undergo two hours objective type multiple choice written examination test. The test consists of a subject knowledge test and an aptitude test. Based on the performance in the written test, a merit list of successful candidates for appearing in the subsequent skill test will be drawn. The shortlisted candidates will then have to appear for a skill test.

Training, Emoluments and Placement:

Selected candidates will undergo training for a period of two years ad will be paid a consolidated stipend of Rs 21,500 per month. After successful completion of the training, they will be placed in the regular establishment on the scale of W3 grade with a starting basic pay of Rs 21,500 per month.

How To Apply For NTPC Recruitment 2021

The applicant should have to submit type bio-data along with self-attested documents like- educational qualification, proof of date of birth, land oustees certificate, caste certificate etc.

Then the candidates are required to fill in the application, attach the bi- data and documents and send it to the address--- Head of Department, Human Resource Department, Mouda Super Thermal Poser Project, Mouda- Ramtek Road, Post: Mouda, District: Nagpur, Maharashtra, Pin- 441104.

The Last date for receipt of the application is September 21, 2021.

Check the official notification for details of the NTPC Artisan Trainee Recruitment 2021.

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