NPCIL aka Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited invites application for the post of 162 Stipendiary Trainee, Scientific Assistant & Technician. Apply Online before 31 January 2019. NPCIL Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below.
|Post Name||Stipendiary Trainee, Scientific Assistant & Technician|
|No Of NPCIL Vacancy||162|
|Pay Scale||12500/-, 16000/- (Per Month)|
|npcil.nic.in Qualification||10th, 12th, ITI, Diploma, B.Sc|
|Age Limit||18 to 24, 25, 30 years|
|NPCIL Job Location||Tapi, (Gujarat)|
Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) is a government-owned corporation of India based in Mumbai in the state of Maharashtra. It is wholly owned by the Central Government and is responsible for the generation of nuclear power for electricity. It is administered by the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Govt. of India.
NPCIL was created in September 1987 under the Companies Act 1956. It is responsible for design, construction, commissioning and operation of nuclear power reactors for generation of electricity. It is a MoU signing, profit making and dividend paying company with the highest level of credit rating (AAA rating by CRISIL and CARE). Being a responsible corporate citizen, It accomplishes CSR activities and implements projects related to Sustainable Development (SD).
NPCIL is the sole body responsible for constructing and operating India’s commercial nuclear power plants till setting up of BHAVINI (Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam) in October 2003. It also has equit participation in BHAVINI, another PSU of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) which implements Fast Breeder Reactors programme in the country. It is presently operating 22 commercial nuclear power reactors with an installed capacity of 6780 MW. The reactor fleet comprises two Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs) and 18 Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs) including one 100 MW PHWR at Rajasthan which is owned by DAE, Government of India and two 1000 MW VVER reactor KKNPS-1&2, in this, latest addition to the fleet is the unit-2 of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Station, a 1000 MW VVER (Pressurised Water Reactor type), which has started its commercial operation on March 31, 2017. Currently NPCIL has Eight reactors under various stages of construction totaling 6200 MW capacity.