Oil India Limited Recruitment: Oil India Limited is a pioneer national upstream Oil and Gas Company and it invites applications from qualified and exemplary candidates for 36 vacancies of Operator-I (HMV). The applications will be submitted online through the official site. The application forms should be filled in the prescribed format available on the official site on or before 18 September 2020. Complete and major details are mentioned below concerning this recruitment.
Oil India Limited Recruitment Notification:
|Name of the Organization||Oil India Limited|
|Name of the Job||Operator-I (HMV)|
|Number of vacancies||36|
|Last Date to apply||18 September 2020|
Oil India Limited Recruitment Total Vacancy Details:
Company Name: Oil India Limited
Name of The Posts:
- Operator-I (HMV) – 36
Last Date to Apply: The application form should be submitted latest by 18 September 2020 and the submission starts from 21 August 2020.
Educational Qualifications: The candidates should have done 12th or equivalent from a recognized university/board/institute.
Selection Procedure: Candidates will be selected on the basis of performance in the Written exam and Heavy Vehicle Driving Test.
Pay Scale: The selected candidate will get a handsome amount of pay ranging between Rs.16000 – Rs.34800 per month
Age criteria: The applicant must be of the age of 18 – 30 years counted from 18 September 2020. Relaxation to reserved category applicants will be offered in upper age limit.
Official Website: www.oil-india.com
Important Instructions to Apply for Oil India Limited Recruitment Online:
- The candidate needs to check the important instructions given on the above-mentioned website before applying.
- Fill the application form according to the instructions provided.
- Attach the self-attested copies of the mark sheets, id proofs, dob, etc.
- Attach your latest photograph and sign the form.
- Submit the form to the site after rechecking all the details.
NOTE: The applicants please note that recruitment is for districts of
Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, and Charaideo of Assam and Changlang of Arunachal Pradesh.