BPCL General Workman, Chemist & Operator Trainee Recruitment 2018 – 147 Posts

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd has released BPCL General Workman, Chemist & Operator Trainee Recruitment 2018 notification. Interested candidates who are Indian Male can check the details given below and apply online based on the eligibility criteria.

Name of the Post: General Workman, Chemist & Operator Trainee

Post Date: 10-11-2018

No. of Vacancies: 147

Important dates to Remember:

Starting Date for submission of Application 12-11-2018 (10:00 hrs)
Last Date for submission of Application 26-11-2018 (17:00 hrs)

Vacancy details of BPCL General Workman, Chemist & Operator Trainee Recruitment:

Sl.No. Name of Post UR OBC (NCL) SC ST Total Posts
1 Chemist Trainee 9 3 1 0 13
2 Operator Trainee 8 3 1 0 12
3 General Workman-B (Trainee)–Chemical 39 17 6 1 63
4 General Workman-B (Trainee)–Mechanical 19 9 3 1 32
5 General Workman-B (Trainee)–Electrical 7 2 1 0 10
6 General Workman-B (Trainee)– Instrumentation 10 5 2 0 17

Reservation for PwBD candidates will be as per Government directives.

Job Location: Kochi

Pay Scale:

Sl.No. Name of Post Pay Scale
1 Chemist Trainee Grade IV ₹ 13500-31000
2 Operator Trainee Grade IV ₹ 13500-31000
3 General Workman-B (Trainee)–Chemical Grade I ₹ 11500-20000
4 General Workman-B (Trainee)–Mechanical Grade I ₹ 11500-20000
5 General Workman-B (Trainee)–Electrical Grade I ₹ 11500-20000
6 General Workman-B (Trainee)– Instrumentation Grade I ₹ 11500-20000

Age limit (as on 01.10.2018):

  • Minimum Age: 18 years
  • Maximum Age: 30 years

Other relaxation as per govt rules.

Educational Qualification and Experience:

Chemist Trainee:

  • M.Sc. (Chemistry) preferably in Analytical Chemistry in First Class with 60% marks (Full Time course) from a recognized Indian University/ Institute.
  • Should have minimum one year relevant post qualification work experience/one year post qualification apprenticeship training (in a relevant field) in a Refining/ Petroleum/ Power/ Lube/ Petrochemical / Fertilizer /Chemical Industry, of repute.

Operator Trainee:

  • First Class Diploma in Chemical Engineering/Technology (Full time course approved by AICTE) with 60%
    marks from a recognized Indian University/ Institute.
  • Should have minimum 5 years’ post qualification experience in operation/process in a large petrochemical plant or a major petrochemical unit within a petroleum refinery.
  • The period of apprenticeship training shall also be considered against experience.

General Workman-B (Trainee) – CHEMICAL:

  • First Class Diploma in Chemical Engineering/Technology (Full time course approved by AICTE) with 60%
    marks from a recognized Indian University/ Institute.
  • Should have minimum one year relevant post qualification work experience/one year post qualification apprenticeship training (in a relevant field) under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 in a Refining/ Petroleum/ Power/ Lube/ Petrochemical/ Fertilizer Industry, of repute.

General Workman-B (Trainee) – MECHANICAL:

  • First Class Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Full time course approved by AICTE) with 60% marks from a recognized Indian University/ Institute.
  • Should have minimum one year relevant post qualification work experience/one year post qualification apprenticeship training (in a relevant field) under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 in a Refining/ Petroleum/ Power/ Lube/ Petrochemical/ Fertilizer / Engineering Industry, of repute.

General Workman-B (Trainee) – ELECTRICAL:

  • First Class Diploma in Electrical/ Electrical & Electronics Engineering (Full time course approved by AICTE) with 60% marks from a recognized Indian University/ Institute.
  • Should have minimum one year relevant post qualification work experience/one year post qualification apprenticeship training (in a relevant field) under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 in a Refining/ Petroleum/ Power/ Lube/ Petrochemical/ Fertilizer / Engineering Industry, of repute.

General Workman-B (Trainee) – INSTRUMENTATION:

  • First Class Diploma in Instrument Technology OR Instrumentation & Control OR Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering (Full time course approved by AICTE) with 60% marks from a recognized Indian University/ Institute.
  • Should have minimum one year relevant post qualification work experience/one year post qualification apprenticeship training (in a relevant field) under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 in a Refining/ Petroleum/ Power/ Lube/ Petrochemical/ Fertilizer / Engineering Industry, of repute.

Note: First Class with 60% marks in Post-Graduation/Engineering Diploma is relaxed to 50% marks for SC/ST/PwBD candidates, wherever reservation is applicable. The date of reckoning of the experience criteria is 01.10.2018. Candidates domiciled in the state of Kerala will be preferred.

Selection Process:

  • Written Test
  • Skill Test
  • Medical Test

Application Fees:

No Fee

How to Apply for BPCL General Workman, Chemist & Operator Trainee Recruitment:

  1. Eligible candidates may apply online from 12.11.2018 (10:00 hrs) onwards to 26.11.2018 (17:00 hrs) through the link available on www.bharatpetroleum.com>Careers.
  2. Candidates sponsored by Employment exchange also need to apply online through this link only.
  3. All applicants should have a valid/active email id which should be kept active till this recruitment process is over.

Important Links:

To Apply Click here
For Official Notification Click here
For Official Website Click here

About BPCL:

BPCL, a Fortune 500 Company and a leading Maharatna Public Sector Enterprise with all India presence, engaged in Exploration of Oil & Gas, Refining, Marketing and Distribution of Petroleum Products.On 15th December 1951, the Burmah Shell Group signed an agreement with the Government of India to build a modern refinery at Trombay, Bombay. Soon after, on 3rd November 1952, Burmah Shell Refineries Limited was incorporated as a private limited company under the Indian Companies Act and began working on the marshlands of Trombay. With relentless hours of work and effort put in by both man and machine, the swamps gave way to towers, tanks of steel and miles of pipeline. Soon, the refinery spread over 454 acres of land at Mahul, went on-stream on 30th January 1955, one year ahead of schedule. Dr. S. Radakrishnan, the then Vice President of India, declared the 2.2 MMTPA (Million Metric Tonnes Per Annum) Refinery open on 17th March 1955, making it the largest refinery in India then.

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