As a stream, engineering is becoming one of the best in the country because there are many opportunities. Many such organisations are coming up, which have helped people by offering them jobs and there are few who have established them as the best in the field. Companies of the cadre of National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited (BHEL) and Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC), etc has ensured that the power sector in the country has supported the industrial growth.
In such a scenario, these sectors also require a large number of employees so that, NTPC, has regular applications for requirement into the engineering streams. Engineering recruits in the post of executive trainees are required in large numbers. They should have the qualification of bachelor’s in engineering in different streams or should be AMIE graduates.
Different streams of engineers are required and these should have the necessary qualifications. Even diploma holders in engineering are also eligible. Since the post is for trainees, the upper age limit should not be more than 27, as has been fixed by the company. NTPC recruitment is done on a regular basis and therefore those engineers who are still studying should be ready with the required education qualification and marks by the time they pass out.
Also the NTPC recruitment is being done for the masters’ holders, although they are given senior postings. Similarly, BHEL recruits engineer trainees under the age of 27, which is a golden opportunity for them to build a career in one of the best public sector industries. There are other qualifications which need to be fulfilled by these recruits which need to be looked at when the interview and written dates are published.
Oil and Natural Gas Commission is India’s leading industry where engineers are required in large numbers. Along with engineers, at the trainee levels, there other posts also available for ONGC recruitment, so that it gives the thousands of interested students an opportunity to be a part of the government based industries. These organisations have a long years of experience and recruit people on a regular basis by proper procedures.
Unlike the private organisations, these companies have their own time of publication of job advertisements and recruit people through proper process. Students who are interested for jobs in these public sector industries have to wait for the right moment, prepare themselves for the entrance exams or interviews, whichever may be the case. But the part that is best about these companies is that the jobs are mostly for freshers where they can give their best in order to rise up through promotions. The salaries are commensurate with the education qualifications and there is an annual increment in the different capacities.
People will have their due space when they join a particular company and things go in order. During the process, people will be able to secure different perks and other facilities and in many cases are provided with living quarters. With so much on offer in these recruitments in companies like ONGC, NTPC and such, they are surely being sought by many people who are still studying and nurture dreams of being part of such companies.