Thursday, November 24, 2011

NTPC is looking for Doctors, Scientist & Assistant Chemist Trainees

NTPC Limited, India’s largest power company, contributed nearly one third of country’s entire power generation during the year 2010-2011 and plans to become a 128 GW power company by 2032. NTPC has been ranked No. 6 in the Outlook Business-Aon- Hewitt Best Employers Study in 2011.

NTPC is looking for Scientists for NTPC Energy Technology Research Alliance ( NETRA ) and Doctors & Assistant Chemist Trainees (ACT) for its Projects/Stations. Level wise requirements are as under:

Post & Level Specialization No. of posts Pay Scales
O&G ,Paediatrics, Anaesthesia, ENT, Ophthalmology
30 E1:Rs.20600-46500/-, E2A:
Scientists NETRA
Metallurgy, Coal characterization& Coal & Ash Analysis, Coal combustion& gasification technologies, Solar Thermal Technology 06 E3:Rs.29100 – 54500/-
ACT, E1 on completion of training M. Sc. ( Chemistry ) 30 E4: Rs. 32900 – 58000/-
Interested candidates should log on to our website or for viewing the full text of the advertisement containing the qualification requirement,minimum experience requirement, experience profile, upper age limit,general conditions etc. and for applying. Only online mode of application is accepted. Eligible candidates should go through the full text of the advertisement and the conditions given while applying for the post(s). Last date for receipt of application is 06.12.2011.


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