Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, ONGC Recruitment 2020

ONGC: Engagement as Apprentices under the Apprentices Act 1961

ONGC Recruitment

Important Date:

  • Issue of advertisement and call for applications: 29th July 2020.
  • opening of the online application portal: 29th July 2020.
  • Last date for receiving of applications: 17th August 2020 18:00 HRS.
  • Date of Result/Selection: 24th August 2020.
  • Receive confirmation from candidates: 24th August 2020 – 1st September 2020.

Age Limit (as on 17-08-2020):

  • Minimum Age Limit: 18 years.
  • Minimum Age Limit: 24 years.
  • Age relaxation as per applicable rule.

Qualification:

TRADE/DISCIPLINEQUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT
AccountantBachelor’s degree (Graduation) in Commerce from a Govt. recognized institute/University
Assistant-Human ResourceBachelor’s degree (Graduation) in B.A. or B.B.A from a Govt. recognized institute/ University
Secretarial AssistantITI in trade Stenography (English) /Secretarial practice
Computer Operator and Programming Assistant (COPA)ITI in COPA Trade
Draughtsman (Civil)ITI in Draughtsman (Civil) Trade
ElectricianITI in Electrician Trade
Electronics MechanicITI in Electronics Mechanic
FitterITI in Fitter
Instrument MechanicITI in Instrument Mechanic
Information & Communication
Technology System Maintenance
ITI in Information & Communication Technology System
Maintenance
Laboratory Assistant (Chemical Plant)B.Sc with PCM or PCB
ITI in Lab. Asst (Chemical Plant) trade
Library AssistantITI in Library and Information Science
MachinistITI in Machinist Trade
Mechanic (Motor Vehicle)ITI in Mechanic Motor Vehicle trade
Mechanic DieselITI in Mechanic Diesel trade
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning MechanicITI in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic trade
PlumberITI in Plumber trade
SurveyorITI in Surveyor Trade
WelderITI passed out in the trade of Welder (Gas & Electric)
CivilDiploma in the respective disciplines of Engineering from a Govt. recognized Institute/ University.
Computer ScienceDiploma in the respective disciplines of Engineering from a Govt. recognized Institute/ University.
ElectricalDiploma in the respective disciplines of Engineering from a Govt. recognized Institute/ University.
Electronics & TelecommunicationDiploma in the respective disciplines of Engineering from a Govt. recognized Institute/ University.
ElectronicsDiploma in the respective disciplines of Engineering from a Govt. recognized Institute/ University.
MechanicalDiploma in the respective disciplines of Engineering from a Govt. recognized Institute/ University.
  • Total Number of vacancies is 4182.

Interested Candidates Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply for the Job.

About ONGC:

ONGC was set up under the visionary leadership of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. Pandit Nehru reposed faith in Shri Keshav Dev Malviya who laid the foundation of ONGC in the form of Oil and Gas division, under Geological Survey of India, in 1955. A few months later, it was converted into an Oil and Natural Gas Directorate. The Directorate was converted into Commission and christened Oil & Natural Gas Commission on 14th August 1956.

“Not only had India..set up her own machinery for oil exploration and exploitation… an efficient oil commission had been built where a large number of bright young men and women had been trained and they were doing good work” said Pandit JawaharLal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister to Lord Mountbatten, on ONGC in 1959.

In 1994, Oil and Natural Gas Commission was converted in to a Corporation, and in 1997 it was recognized as one of the Navratnas by the Government of India. Subsequently, it has been conferred with Maharatna status in the year 2010.

In its 60 years of illustrious journey, ONGC has crossed many a milestone to realize the energy aspirations of India. The journey of ONGC, over these years, has been a tale of conviction, courage and commitment. ONGCs’ superlative efforts have resulted in converting earlier frontier areas into new hydrocarbon provinces. From a modest beginning, ONGC has grown to be one of the largest E&P companies in the world in terms of reserves and production.

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