ONGC Graduate Trainees Recruitment Test 2012

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  1. krishna

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    Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd

    Advt No-03/2012 (R&P)

    Recruitment of Graduate Trainee-2012

    Join the Country’s most valued company Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC) is a Maharatna and a Fortune-Global 500 Company

    ONGC, through its subsidiary ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL), is India’s biggest transnational corporation with overseas investment of over 12 billion USD in 15 countries

    ONGC has been bestowed with most attractive employer award instituted by Ma Foi Randstad, to encourage best practices and building the employer brand

    ONGC is looking for promising, energetic and young Geo-scientists, Engineers, MBAs, and CAs/ICWA’s with bright academic record to join the organization as Class-I executive (E-1) in the following disciplines

    Geology, Geophysics, Reservoir, Chemistry, Programming, Production, Drilling, Cementing, Mechanical, Electrical, E&T, Instrumentation, Civil, Transport, Finance, HP, Materials Management, Medical and Security

    Pay Scale: Rs 24,900-50,500/- with an increment of 3% per year

    Besides basic pay, the employee is entitled to allowance @ 47% of basic pay under cafeteria approach, dearness allowance, HRA/Company accommodation, contributory provident fund, conveyance maintenance, substantial performance related pay (PRP), medical facility for self and dependents, gratuity, self contributory post retirement benefit scheme and composite social security scheme as per company rules

    The company offers one of the best compensation packages in cost to company (CTC) terms in the country with opportunity of merit oriented advancement in a professionally managed organization focused on growth
    Eligibility:

    Details of Disciplines and Minimum Essential Qualifications

    Geology

    General 25; OBC 13; SC 05; ST 07; Total 50

    Qualification: Post graduate degree in Geology/M.Sc or M.Tech (Petroleum Geoscience/Petroleum Geology) with minimum 60% marks

    Geophysics (Surface)

    General 22; OBC 04; SC 02; ST 02; Total 30

    Qualification: Post graduate degree in Geophysics or Physics with Electronics with minimum 60% marks

    Geophysics (Wells)

    General 16; OBC 07; SC 01; Total 24

    Qualification: Post graduate degree in Geophysics or Physics with Electronics with minimum 60% marks

    Reservoir

    General 24; OBC 14; SC 08; ST 01; Total 47

    Qualification: Post graduate degree in Geology / Chemistry / Geophysics / Mathematics / Physics / Petroleum Technology with minimum 60% marks (must have Mathematics / Physics at B.Sc level) or graduate degree in Chemical / Petroleum Engineering / Applied Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks

    Chemistry

    General 34; OBC 17; SC 07; ST 02; Total 60

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Chemical Engineering with minimum 60% marks or Post Graduate degree in Chemistry with minimum 60% marks

    Programming

    General 11; OBC 04; SC 04; ST 02; Total 21

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Computer Engineering with minimum 60% marks or post graduate in Computer Applications (MCA)/Computer Science with minimum 60% marks or ‘B’ level diploma as defined by Deptt of Electronics, GoI

    Production

    General 110; OBC 56; SC 29; ST 25; Total 220

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Chemical / Mechanical / Petroleum Engineering / Applied Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks

    Drilling

    General 58; OBC 36; SC 06; ST 10; Total 110

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Mechanical / Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks

    Cementing

    General 10; OBC 06; SC 03; ST 01; Total 20

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Mechanical/Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks

    Mechanical

    General 30; OBC 18; SC 01; ST 11; Total 60

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Mechanical engineering with minimum 60% marks

    Electrical

    General 20; OBC 12; SC 01; ST 07; Total 40

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Electrical Engineering with minimum 60% marks, should have certificate of competency as Electrical supervisor

    E&T

    General 26; OBC 11; SC 08; Total 45

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Electronics/Telecom/E&T Engineering with minimum 60% marks or post graduate degree in Physics with Electronics with minimum 60% marks

    Instrumentation

    General 19; OBC 03; SC 08; Total 30

    Qualification: Graduate degree in instrumentation engineering with minimum 60% marks

    Civil

    General 12; OBC 03; Total 15

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Civil Engineering with minimum 60% marks

    Transport

    General 06; OBC 01; SC 03; ST 02; Total 11

    Qualification: Graduate degree in Auto/Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60% marks or MBA with minimum 60% marks

    Finance and Accounts

    General 23; OBC 10; ST 01; Total 34

    Qualification: Graduate degree with ICWA/CA or MBA with specialization in Finance with minimum 60% marks

    HR

    General 13; OBC 04; SC 05; ST 03; Total 25

    Qualification: MBA with specialization in Personnel Management/HRD/HRM with minimum 60% marks or post graduate degree in Personnel Management/IR/Labour Welfare with minimum 60% marks

    Material Management

    General 19; OBC 06; SC 06; Total 31

    Qualification: Engineering graduate in Chemical / Mechanical / Petroleum / Applied Petroleum / Auto / Electrical / Instrumentation / Civil / Electronics / Telecom / E&T / Computer Engineering with minimum 60% marks or MBA with specialization in Materials Management/Inventory Control with minimum 60% marks or graduate degree with PG diploma in Material Management awarded by Indian Institute of Materials Management recognized for the purpose of recruitment to superior posts in the Central Govt with minimum 60% marks

    Medical

    General 04; OBC 01; SC 01; ST 01; Total 07

    Qualification: MBBS with valid registration

    Security

    General 05; OBC 02; ST 02; Total

    Qualification: Post graduate degree with 2 years service with Armed Forces or Central Police Organisation

    Total 889

    The minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying examination/degree is as (excluding Security discipline) Engineering/Science subjects 60% marks, MBA/PG degree 60% marks, ICWA/CA/MBBS pass

    Wherever CGPA/OGPA/CPI/DGPA or letter grade in degree is awarded, equivalent percentage of marks should be indicated in the online application as per norms adopted by concerned university/institute

    Age Limit (as on 26th August, 2012): For all posts except Drilling and Cementing; General 30 years, OBC (non-creamy layer) 33 years, SC/ST 35 years and PwD (40 years for general, 43 years for OBC, 45 years for SC/ST category)

    For Drilling and Cementing General 28 years, OBC (non creamy layer) 31 years, SC/ST 33 years

    Selection Process: Eligible candidates will be required to appear for written test (objective type) comprising of three sections; General Awareness, Concerned subject, and an Aptitude test (comprising of Reading Comprehension, Verbal/Non-verbal Reasoning, Numerical Ability/Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation etc) for a total duration of 3 hours

    The candidates who qualify in the written test shall be called for psychometric test and interview as per merit and criteria decided by the Management

    In order to be selected, candidates, in addition to fulfilling the requisite qualification criteria, are required to qualify in the written test and thereafter again in the interview separately

    The written test is tentatively scheduled on 07th October, 2012

    The exact date of the test shall be communicated to the candidates through admit card and will also be available on ONGC website ONGC ::Bilingual-Home

    Screening and selection will be based on the details provided by the candidate; hence it is necessary that applicants should furnish only accurate, full and correct information

    Furnishing of wrong/false information will be a disqualification and ONGC will not be responsible for any consequence of furnishing of such wrong/false information

    ONGC departmental candidates must ensure filling their own CPF number of ONGC in the appropriate field in the online form, failing which they shall not be screened/considered as departmental candidates from ONGC

    Candidate shortlisted for interview will be required to upload his/her scanned documents of qualifying degree on the online application website by a cutoff date (to be informed later) before interview, failing which the candidate may not be interviewed
  2. krishna

    krishna Banned

    How To Apply:

    Eligible applicants would be required to apply online only (on the internet) through the link apply online on ONGC’s website ONGC ::Bilingual-Home

    No other mode of application shall be accepted

    Before registering/submitting their applications on the website the candidates should possess the following

    Valid Email ID

    Challan form downloaded and duly filled with the fee deposited and acknowledged by the concerned bank

    Scanned copies of recent passport size colour photograph of the candidate with white background (not more than 50 KB size), signature of the candidate (not more than 20 KB size) and bank challan (with bank seal and journal number, not more than 100 KB size)

    The candidate can access the online application form at ONGC ::Bilingual-Home

    The online registration site would be open from 10.00 hours on 04th August, 2012 to 20.00 hours on 26th August, 2012

    All correspondence with candidates shall be done through Email only

    All information regarding examination schedule/admit card/interview call letters etc shall be provided through Email

    Responsibility of receiving, downloading and printing of admit card/call letter shall be that of the candidates

    ONGC will not be responsible for any loss of email sent, due to invalid/wrong Email ID provided by the candidate or delivery of Emails to spam/bulk mail folder etc

    Online application and payment methodology will be available on online application site

    General and OBC candidates are required to deposit the registration fee of Rs 500/- and SC/ST/PwD candidates are required to deposit registration fee of Rs 100/-

    Registration fee is non-refundable

    Registration fee can be deposited at any branch of State Bank of India through challan

    The fee is to be deposited in ONGC Power Jyoti A/C number 30827318409 of SBI, Tel Bhavan, Dehradun

    Payment is to be made as per the designated process only

    No other mode of payment would be accepted

    Applicants should not deposit fee through instruments like demand draft/banker cheques/IPO, online transfer of money into ONGC account etc, if any applicant makes payment through any such mode fee will not be returned/refunded

    Therefore applicants should pay the fee through downloaded challan form (designated process) only

    Departmental candidates from ONGC would also be required to deposit the applicable registration fee through the challan form

    However, the same would be reimbursable

    Test Centres: The written test will be conducted at the following cities

    Ahmedabad, Bangaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Ranchi

    Candidates have to choose one of these cities as test centre and no change will be allowed subsequently

    However, ONGC reserves the right to change any of the above mentioned test cities at its discretion

    Important Dates:

    Registration start: 04th August, 2012, 10.00 hours

    Last date for registration: 26th August, 2012, 20.00 hours

    All India written test (tentative): 07th October, 2012
    Result of the written test will be declared tentatively in the first week of November, 2012
  3. krishna

    krishna Banned

    How To Apply:

    Eligible applicants would be required to apply online only (on the internet) through the link apply online on ONGC’s website ONGC ::Bilingual-Home

    No other mode of application shall be accepted

    Before registering/submitting their applications on the website the candidates should possess the following

    Valid Email ID

    Challan form downloaded and duly filled with the fee deposited and acknowledged by the concerned bank

    Scanned copies of recent passport size colour photograph of the candidate with white background (not more than 50 KB size), signature of the candidate (not more than 20 KB size) and bank challan (with bank seal and journal number, not more than 100 KB size)

    The candidate can access the online application form at ONGC ::Bilingual-Home

    The online registration site would be open from 10.00 hours on 04th August, 2012 to 20.00 hours on 26th August, 2012

    All correspondence with candidates shall be done through Email only

    All information regarding examination schedule/admit card/interview call letters etc shall be provided through Email

    Responsibility of receiving, downloading and printing of admit card/call letter shall be that of the candidates

    ONGC will not be responsible for any loss of email sent, due to invalid/wrong Email ID provided by the candidate or delivery of Emails to spam/bulk mail folder etc

    Online application and payment methodology will be available on online application site

    General and OBC candidates are required to deposit the registration fee of Rs 500/- and SC/ST/PwD candidates are required to deposit registration fee of Rs 100/-

    Registration fee is non-refundable

    Registration fee can be deposited at any branch of State Bank of India through challan

    The fee is to be deposited in ONGC Power Jyoti A/C number 30827318409 of SBI, Tel Bhavan, Dehradun

    Payment is to be made as per the designated process only

    No other mode of payment would be accepted

    Applicants should not deposit fee through instruments like demand draft/banker cheques/IPO, online transfer of money into ONGC account etc, if any applicant makes payment through any such mode fee will not be returned/refunded

    Therefore applicants should pay the fee through downloaded challan form (designated process) only

    Departmental candidates from ONGC would also be required to deposit the applicable registration fee through the challan form

    However, the same would be reimbursable

    Test Centres: The written test will be conducted at the following cities

    Ahmedabad, Bangaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Ranchi

    Candidates have to choose one of these cities as test centre and no change will be allowed subsequently

    However, ONGC reserves the right to change any of the above mentioned test cities at its discretion

    Important Dates:

    Registration start: 04th August, 2012, 10.00 hours

    Last date for registration: 26th August, 2012, 20.00 hours

    All India written test (tentative): 07th October, 2012
    Result of the written test will be declared tentatively in the first week of November, 2012

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