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How to get a Job at BHEL?

How to get a Job at BHEL?

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Selection:
  • Open Selection
  • Campus Recruitment
Open Selection: 
Eligibility: 
Full-time regular Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Technology from a recognized Indian University/Institute in the disciplines of Mechanical/Electrical/Electronic is eligible to apply. They should get 65 per cent in the aggregate of all years/semesters. Upper age limit 27 years for Graduates 29 years for Postgraduates. In open selection BHEL only considers applications of those who have completed their engineering degree. 
Written test: The test is divided into two parts: aptitude and technical. There are a total of 240 questions; 120 questions in the aptitude test, and 120 in the technical part. Test is designed to assess the candidate’s professional (technical) knowledge of the chosen engineering discipline and higher aptitude - covering areas such as quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability, logical thinking, English usage and general awareness. The technical part is further split into two; half of the questions in this paper are on general engineering concepts and the other half on specific engineering disciplines. 

Time: 
The written test takes place either in September or October. The test is conducted in about 12 centers on the same day. It’s a bilingual (Hindi and English), two-and-a-half hour multiple-choice paper. Interview: In the interview, candidates are assessed for their communication skills, general personality and technical knowledge. 

Campus Recruitment: 
Eligibility: Full-time regular Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Technology from a recognized Indian University/Institute in the disciplines of Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics/Civil/Metallurgy/Ceramics/Chemical is eligible to apply. They should get 65 per cent in the aggregate of all years/semesters. 

Time: The campus selection process starts in August, this is the time BHEL visits the NITs and in December it goes to the IITs. During campus selection, the recruitment team gives a pre placement talk. Interested candidates, who are in their final year, appear for an interview, which is usually on the same day as the pre-placement talk. The interview round examines the candidates’ technical knowledge and skills along with communication skills. Usually, the selection is made the very same day and the BHEL team informs the placement in charge of the students who have been selected. 

Salary: 
After selection, trainees undergo a forty-day training programme. The basic salary for trainees is Rs. 20,600-Rs.46, 500 and their CTC would be in the region of Rs. 7 lakh. After the 40day training, trainees are attached to on-going projects for a year. When it is over, they are absorbed as engineers and the basic salary increases to Rs. 24,900 -Rs. 50,000 pay band with a CTC of Rs. 8 lakh, which is a far more attractive package than what IT companies offer. 

Suggested Books: 
Academic and GATE Books, R.S.Agarwal, India year book and Manorama year book for general awareness. 

source : http://www.sakshieducation.com

 


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