Recruitment Of 48 Seats In Power Grid Corporation Of India Limited
Online applications are being invited to fill the vacancies by Power Grid Corporation of India Limited.
Total places: 48
(01) Trainee (electrical) = 40 spaces in duplo
(02) Trainee (Civil) = 05 spaces in duplo
Qualification: Any recognized university in diploma with at least 70% marks. From that board
(03) Junior Officer Trainee (HR) = 03 Positions
Qualification: Post Graduate Degree in related subject
Date of Online Application: 05/01/2018
Last date for online application: 25/01/2018
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