NPCIL Careers 2021 Notification released: Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited invites online application from eligible candidates for the following posts i.e. Technical Officer, Medical Officer (Specialist), Medical Officer (GDMO), Dy. Chief Fire Officer & Station Officer. Applicants who are looking for central govt jobs will make the online registration by using NPCIL login from 06th April 2021. The last date for submission of the online application is 20th April 2021.
NPCIL Recruitment 2021
At the moment, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) invited applications from Indian Nationals for 72 posts. Candidates seeking Central Government Jobs can use this chance. All the interested candidates are required to submit an application for NPCIL Jobs. Applicants should get selected based on post roles and responsibilities. Aspirants are requested to go through the NPCIL Careers Notification 2021 fully, Before applying to these jobs. Contenders must have prescribed eligibility terms and conditions to apply for this post. All the Best!!!
NPCIL Jobs 2021 – Highlights
|Name of the Organization||Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL)|
|Name of the Post||Technical Officer, Medical Officer|
|Number of Vacancies||72 Posts|
|Job Category||Central Government Jobs|
|Apply Mode||Online mode|
|Starting Date to Apply||06th April 2021|
|Last Date to Apply||20th April 2021|
|Job Location||Across India|
NPCIL Vacancy 2021
- Technical Officer – 50
- Medical Officer (Specialist) – 08
- Medical Officer (GDMO) – 07
- Dy. Chief Fire Officer – 03
- Station Officer – 04
- Total – 72
Eligibility Criteria for Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited Recruitment 2021
- Candidates should possess B.Sc, MBBS degree to eligible for the NPCIL Jobs
- Technical Officer – 40 years
- Medical Officer (Specialist) – 40 years
- Medical Officer (GDMO) – 35 years
- Dy. Chief Fire Officer – 40 years
- Station Officer – 40 years
Salary Details – NPCIL Careers:
- Technical Officer – Rs. 67700/-
- Medical Officer (Specialist) – Rs. 67700/-
- Medical Officer (GDMO) – Rs. 56100/-
- Dy. Chief Fire Officer – Rs. 56100/-
- Station Officer – Rs. 47600/-
- Candidates can check the application fee details in the notification.
Selection Process – NPCIL Careers:
- NPCIL recruitment process will be based on Test/ Interview.
How to apply for NPCIL Recruitment 2021?
- Download the NPCIL Notification 2021 Pdf from the link given below
- Candidates must go through it completely and ensure their eligibility level
- After that, download the NPCIL application form
- Now, start filling the application form with the required information.
- Attach your photo and signature to the application form.
- Ensure all the details are correct and accurate.
- Pay the application fee, if required
- Finally, submit the NPCIL application on or before the last date.
Important Dates for NPCIL Jobs 2021
|Starting date to Apply Online||06th April 2021|
|Closing Date to Apply Online||20th April 2021|
Important Links for NPCIL Recruitment 2021
|Official Notification PDF||NPCIL Notification|
|Apply Online Link||NPCIL Apply Link (Available from 06th April 2021)|
|Official Website||Click Here|
About Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited:
The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited is an Indian public sector undertaking based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The Corporation is owned by the Government of India and is responsible for the generation of nuclear power for electricity. NPCIL was created in September 1987 under the Act of 1956, “to undertake the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the atomic power stations for generation of electricity in pursuance of the schemes and programs of the Government of India under the provision of the Atomic Energy Act 1962.” All nuclear power plants operated by the company are certified for ISO-14001 (Environment Management System). NPCIL was responsible for constructing and operating India’s commercial nuclear power plants till the setting up of BHAVINI (Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam) in October 653. On 10th August 2012, the company had 21 nuclear reactors in operation at seven locations, a total installed capacity of 6780 MWe.