NPCIL Stipendiary Trainee recruitment 2020 for 12th pass-Apply Online

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Nuclear Power Corporation Ltd (NPCIL) is inviting applications for the Scientific assistant, fire operator, Steno, etc posts.

Interested and eligible candidates can check the educational criteria and apply online. For more details about the important dates, Eligibility criteria, Recruitment process please read this post.

Introduction:

Nuclear Power Corporation Ltd. is a premier organization of the government of India which is responsible to manage Nuclear technology such as Nuclear Power Plants in India.

Post and Eligibility Criteria:

a)Age limit:

Sr. No. Name of Post Age Limit
1 Scientific Assistant 18 to 30 years
2 Leading Fireman/A 18 to 32 years
3 Driver-cum-Pump Operator- cum-Fireman-A 18 to 27 years
4 Steno Grade – 1 21 to 28 years

Relaxation in upper age limit:

Candidates seeking age relaxation are
required to submit copies of necessary certificate(s) at the time of document verification.

(b) Educational Qualifications for NPCIL recruitment 2021:

Sr. No. Name of Post Educational Qualification
1 Scientific Assistant Diploma in Engineering or B. Sc. with a minimum of 50% marks
+
One year Diploma/Certificate in Industrial Safety
+
Minimum 04 years of industrial experience after obtaining a Diploma in Industrial Safety
2 Leading Fireman/A HSC (10+2) (Science with Chemistry) or equivalent with a minimum of 50% of marks. Experience as a Fireman in a well-established Fire Service Organization.
3 Driver-cum-Pump Operator- cum-Fireman-A HSC (10+2) (Science with Chemistry) or equivalent with minimum 50% of marks+ valid Heavy Vehicle Driving License with minimum one-year driving experience + Certificate Course in Fire Fighting equipment such as Fire Extinguisher etc.
4 Steno Grade – 1 A Bachelor’s Degree in any subject with a minimum of 50% marks.
A speed of 80 w.p.m. in English Stenography.
A speed of 40 w.p.m. in English typing on PC.

(c)Essential Physical Standards (Height & Weight):

Sr. No. Post Name Physical Standard
1 1. Leading Fireman/A
2. Driver-Cum-Pump-Operator-cum- Fireman/A
No deformity
Height: Minimum 165 cm
Weight: Minimum 50 kg
Chest (normal): 81 cm
Chest (with expansion): 86 cm
Vision: 6/6

Candidates must ensure that they fulfill the Physical standard criteria before appearing for the written examination.

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4-PAY BAND & ALLOWANCES:

Pay Band:

Sr. No. Name of post Salary
1 Scientific Assistant/C Rs, 44900/-(Pay Level-7)
2 Leading Fireman/A Rs. 25,500/- (Pay Level–4)
3 Driver-cum-Pump Operator- cum-Fireman-A Rs. 21,700/- (Pay Level–3)
4 Steno Grade – 1 Rs. 25,500/- (Pay Level–4)

Allowances:

Central Dearness
Allowance, Performance Linked Incentive, Children Education Assistance, Leave
Travel Concession, Canteen Subsidy, Site Location Allowance, Cable TV
Reimbursement, Newspaper Reimbursement, Medical Assistance, Transport Allowance,
Washing Allowance, Accommodation, School facility etc. as admissible from time
to time as per Corporation Rules.

These allowances
will be applicable only after successful absorption and appointment as
Technician.

5-Period of Training and Bond:

The period of training for the post of Category-II
Stipendiary Trainee (ST/TM)- Operator & Maintainer will be 2 years (24
months).

Details of Bond to be executed by the Stipendiary Trainee
Category-II:

Candidates
selected for
Category-II Stipendiary Trainee (ST/TM)- Operator (10+2) & Category-II Stipendiary Trainee (ST/TM)- Maintainer (ITI) will have to  execute a Bond prior
 to
 induction in Traineeship programme. The Bond to  be executed will be 3
times of  training period subject
to  minimum of  2 years and
 maximum of
5 years. In the event of
 breach of
 Bond, the amount repayable will be equivalent to
 the Stipend plus Book Allowance actually received.

Service Bond for serving in NPCIL for a period of Five years
(5 years) after completion of
 training.
Indemnity Bond / Bank Guarantee for an amount of 2,79,000/-

6-Mode of Selection for NPCIL Stipendiary Trainee recruitment:

Please find details in the below table about which test should be cleared for the selection according to post applied.

Name of the Post Selection procedure
 
1. Category-II Stipendiary Trainee (ST/TM)-Operator
 
Written Examination(Preliminary Test + Advance Test)
 
2. Category-II Stipendiary Trainee (ST/TM)-Maintainer
 
Written Examination(Preliminary Test + Advance Test)
and  Skill test
 
3.  Driver-cum-Pump
Operator-cum-Fireman-A
 
Physical Standard Test + Physical Assessment & Driving
Test + Written
Examination (Preliminary Test + Advance Test)

Please find below details for Written
Examinisation(Preliminary + Advance), Physical Test, Skill Test and Driving
Test:

Physical Standard
Examination &  Physical Assessment
Tests:

A-Physical Standard Test

  • Height: 165 cms.(  minimum)
  • Weight: 50  Kgs (minimum)
  • Chest: 81  cms. (normal)
  • Chest: minimum 86  cms. expansion)
  • Vision: 6/6 without wearing glasses or any  other aid.   Night blindness/Colour blindness shall be a disqualification.

B. Physical Assessment & Driving Test

S. No. Name of Test Up to 40 years 40-45 years 45-50 years
1 Should  be   able   to    run    100 meters. 25  Seconds 28  Seconds 30  Seconds
2 Should able  to   lay 
 4  length  of hoses each
15  meters long from the appliance.
3 minutes Up to 3 min.  – 10  marks Between 3-4  min.-  8 marks Between 4-5  min.-  6 marks More than 5 min  – No  marks 4 minutes Up to 4 min.  – 10  marks Between 4-5  min.-  8 marks Between 5-6  min.-  6 marks More than 6 min  – No  marks 5 minutes Up to 5 min.  – 10  marks Between 5-6  min.-  8 marks Between 6-7  min.-  6 marks More than 7 min  – No  marks
3 Should be able to  climb on extension  ladder of  10  mtrs. length and come down twice in 2 minutes Up to 2 min.  – 10  marks Between 2-3  min.-  8 marks Between 3-4  min.-  6 marks More than 4 min  – No  marks 3 minutes Up to 3 min.  – 10  marks Between 3-4  min.-  8 marks Between 4-5  min.-  6 marks More than 5 min  – No  marks 4 minutes Up to 4 min.  – 10  marks Between 4-5  min.-  8 marks Between 5-6  min.-  6 marks More than 6 min  – No  marks
4 Should
be able to  carry  a person of approximately his own  weight by    the  Fireman’s   Lift   Method over 25
 mtrs.
3 minutes Up to 3 min.  – 10  marks Between 3-4  min.-  8 marks Between 4-5  min.-  6 marks More than 5 min  – No  marks 4 minutes Up to 4 min.  – 10  marks Between 4-5  min.-  8 marks Between 5-6  min.-  6 marks More than 6 min  – No  marks 5 minutes Up to 5 min.  – 10  marks Between 5-6  min.-  8 marks Between 6-7  min.-  6 marks More than 7 min  – No  marks
5 Should be able to
 do  push ups
20  continuously – 10  marks
(Proportionate for  less nos.)
15  continuously – 10  marks
(Proportionate for  less nos.)
12  continuously – 10  marks
(Proportionate for  less nos.)
6 Should be able to
 run 
1.6  km
 in
10  minutes   Up to 10  min.  – 10  marks Between 10-11 min.-  8 marks Between 11-12 min.-  6 marks More than 12  min  – No  marks 12  minutes Up to 12  min.  – 10  marks Between 12-13 min.-  8 marks Between 13-14 min.-  6 marks More than 14  min  – No  marks 14  minutes Up to 14  min.  – 10  marks Between 14-15 min.-  8 marks Between 15-16 min.-  6 marks More than 16  min  – No  marks
7 Rope / Vertical
pipe climbing
3 meters – 10  marks Between 2.5-3 meters- 8 marks
Between 2-2.5 meters- 6
marks
Below 2 meters – No
 marks
NA NA

Written Examination [Stage-1 (Preliminary Test) and
Stage-2(Advance Test)]

C-Written Examination

The OMR  based or
Computer Based Test (CBT) Written Examination will be in two  stages.

  • Stage-1- Preliminary Test (1 Hour  Duration)
  • Stage-2- Advanced Test (2 Hours  Duration)

Stage-1 –  Preliminary Test: It will be a screening examination to  be held to  shortlist candidates. The format of screening examination shall be common for  all trades and  will be in following format:

(a) Examination will comprise 50 Multiple Choice Questions (Choice of  four  answers) of  01 (one) hour duration in the following proportion:

1 Mathematics 20  Questions
2 Science 20  Questions
3 General Awareness 10  Questions

(b) 03 (Three) marks shall be awarded for  each correct answer and  01  (one) mark  shall be deducted for  each incorrect answer.

(c)Tests may  be conducted in single/multiple sessions depending upon logistics requirements.

Qualifying Standards: The qualifying standards shall be as  follows:

  • General Category (UR)/EWS – 40% marks;
  • SC/ST/OBC/PWBD – 30% marks (applicable, if vacancy exists in relevant reserved category)
  • Accordingly, the General/EWS Candidates < 40% marks and  the candidates belonging to  SC/ST/OBC/PWBD with  < 30% marks will be screened out for Stage-2.

Stage-2 – Advanced Test [Test will be of 02 (two) hours duration]

(a) All candidates screened in Stage-1 to undertake an advanced test in their respective trade.

(b) The Test will be of 02 (two) hours duration.

(c) The level of questions will be based on their respective trade.

(d) The Test will comprise 50 Multiple Choice Questions (Choice of four answers) with 03 (Three) marks shall be awarded for each correct answer and 01 (one) mark shall be deducted for each incorrect answer.

Qualifying Standards: The qualifying standards shall be as follows:

  • General Category (UR)/EWS – 30% marks;
  • SC/ST/OBC/PWBD – 20% marks (applicable, if vacancy exist in relevant reserved category)
  • Accordingly, the General/EWS Candidates < 30% marks and the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PWBD with  < 20% marks will be screened out  for  further recruitment process.

1.   A merit list
shall  be prepared of  candidates after Stage-2 based upon scores
obtained in Stage-2 only.

2.   In the event
of  a tie, following criteria shall  be adopted in sequence for  deciding position in merit list:

  • 1. Candidates with  lower negative marks in Stage-2 shall  be placed higher on  the merit list.
  • 2. Candidates with  higher marks in Stage-1 shall  be placed higher on  the merit list.
  • 3. Candidates with  lower negative marks in Stage-1 shall  be placed higher on  the merit list.
  • 4. Candidates with  higher positive marks in mathematics in Stage-1 will be placed higher on  the merit list.
  • 5. Candidates with  higher positive marks in Science in Stage-1 shall  be placed higher on  the merit list.

Candidates to  undertake the Preliminary and  Advanced Test on  the same day.  Preliminary Test will be carried out  in the morning session and  the advanced test for  candidates screened in for  Stage-2 will be carried out  in the afternoon/evening  session  OR   simultaneously  i.e.  one  after  the  other  depending  upon  the  logistic requirement/conditions.

In this  situation, the candidature of  candidates  who  do  not  qualify in Stage-1,  will  not  be considered  for  Stage-2.  Accordingly, OMR  sheets of  such candidates  for  Stage-2 will not  be eligible  for  evaluation.

NPCIL reserves right to  change the schedule of  examination, however any  change shall  be intimated in advance to the candidats.

Stage 3: Skill Test:

  • 1. Based upon the merit list  prepared after Stage-2, Candidates in each trade shall be shortlisted for  Skill Test.
  • 2. The number  of  candidates shortlisted for  Skill Test would depend upon the number of  candidates qualifying for  Stage-2 but  should not  exceed 5 times the number of  vacancies in each trade.
  • 3. The Skill Test will be of qualifying nature only on Go/No Go basis. Candidates clearing the Skill Test shall be shortlisted and empanelled in order of merit based on marks secured in Stage-2.

Note-  There will not be any Skill Test for Category-II Stipendiary Trainee-Operator for which the prescribed qualification is HSC/ISC.

6-General Instructions:

1. Only  Indian  Nationals are eligible to  apply.

2. Candidates are advised to  have a valid  and  active personal e-mail ID & mobile number till the completion of recruitment process. No change in the email-id and mobile number will  be allowed once registered.  NPCIL will  send intimation / Admit   Card  for  Written Examination etc.  only  through the registered  email and   SMS   will  also be sent to  the mobile number given by the candidate. If the mobile number registered by  the candidate is in the TRAI NCPR list (formerly called DND), candidate will not  receive SMS  alerts related to  the registration.

3. Presently, all above mentioned posts are identified for  Rawatbhata Rajasthan Site but  carries with  it the liability to serve in  any  of  the units/Sites of  the Corporation or  at  any  place in  India/abroad  depending  upon the requirement of  the Corporation.

4. Candidates should have completed  their qualifying degree  as  on  closing date  of  online submission of  application i.e 21/01/2020. Candidates appearing in Final Year / Final Semester are not eligible to apply.

5. Exact  percentage  of  marks only   should be  mentioned in  Academic and   Technical  Qualification percentage  of  marks column e.g. 59.9% and the same should NOT be rounded  off to 60%.

6. Candidates are required to  produce relevant certificate from  the Principal / Dean of  the Institute in support of  approval / recognition of  the Institute &  Course by  AICTE/UGC at  the time of  document verification.

7.  Before submitting the online application, the candidate must ensure that he/she fulfil all the eligibility criteria with respect to age, educational qualifications, work experience (if applicable) and other requirements as published in the online advertisement. If the  candidate  is  not eligible, his / her candidature  will be cancelled at  any stage of the  recruitment.  If the  candidate  qualifies  in the  selection  process and subsequently,  it is  found that she/he does not fulfil the eligibility criteria, her/his candidature will be cancelled and if appointed, services so obtained will be terminated without any notice or compensation.

8.  Those  candidates  who are  appearing in or awaiting  result  of final year/final  semester  are not eligible to apply. Hence their candidature shall not  be considered.

9.  Candidates  are  required  to   submit  invariably  self-attested  copy  of the  following  certificates/documents  as applicable to her/his case along with the print out of online application and admit card at the time of document verification with originals:-

  • a. Birth  Certificate/SSC Mark  Sheet as  a proof of  Date of  Birth.
  • b. Mark  Sheets and  Certificates of  all  Educational, Professional and  Technical  Qualifications. Mark  Sheet of  each year or each semester is must.
  • c. Caste Certificate issued by  the Competent Authority in the prescribed format by  the Government.
  • d. Income and  Assets Certificate for  EWS candidates issued by  a Competent Authority in the prescribed format.
  • e. Discharge Certificate in case of  Ex-Servicemen.
  • f. Disability  Certificate  issued   by   the  Competent  Authority in  the  prescribed   format  in  respect  of   Person  with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD).
  • g. If  the candidate  has   worked in  NPCIL  on  Contract, Experience/Service  Certificate issued  by  the  Contractor duly forwarded by  Engineer-in-charge, NPCIL having indicating the period of  service, work  order no.,  designation  and details of  job  or responsibilities clearly.
  • h. If the candidate  has  worked in NPCIL on  Fixed Term Basis, Experience/Service  Certificate issued  by  NPCIL having indicating the period of  service, designation and  details of  job  or responsibilities clearly
  • i. Any other relevant certificates (as  applicable).

The schedule of  documents verification will be intimated separately.

9-Important Dates:

Starting date
for online registration:
31st December 2019
Last date for
online registration
21st  January 2020

10-Important Links:

Apply Online:

Official website:

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