As India’s flagship Oil & Gas major, Indian Oil has been fulfilling the Energy needs of the nation for nearly six decades. With revenue from operations of Rs. 5,06,428 crore (USD 78,565 million) and profit after tax of Rs. 21,346 crore (USD 3,312 million) for the year 2017-18, Indian Oil is India’s largest commercial enterprise and the leading Indian Company in the Fortune Global 500 listing. The Corporation operates one of Asia's largest Refineries, Pipelines and Marketing infrastructure and owns some of the most trusted superbrands like INDANE and SERVO. The R&D Centre of Indian Oil is India’s foremost commercial Centre of research excellence in the areas of lubricants, oil refining, fuel additives, engine testing, materials sciences and environmental sciences. Empowered with the 'Maharatna' status, the Vision of Indian Oil is to be 'The Energy of India' and ‘a globally admired company’.To fuel its future growth, Indian Oil is recruiting energetic and dedicated
a) Graduate Engineers for recruitment as Engineers/Officers. In addition, few Graduate Engineers will be engaged as Graduate Apprentice Engineers (GAEs) in line with Apprenticeship Act, 1961(and subsequent amendments thereafter) from Civil, Chemical, Electrical, Instrumentation and Mechanical disciplines. GAEs are offered lump sum monthly stipend for a period of one year and on the basis of their satisfactory performance, they may be absorbed in the Corporation.
b) Post Graduate Engineers for recruitment as Research Officers in Research & Development Centre of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
c) Post Graduates in Chemistry (with minimum 2 years of relevant experience) as Assistant Officer (Quality Control) in Marketing Division of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
Recruitment to the above mentioned positions will be through Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)-2019.
Short-listing of candidates for further selection process (comprising of Group Discussion (GD)/Group Task (GT) and Personal Interviews (PI)) will be based on GATE-2019 score. GATE score of 2018 or any other previous examination is not valid.
Candidates have to essentially qualify in the GATE-2019 examination for getting shortlisted for further selection process comprising of GD/GT and Personal Interview. However, short-listing will be based on merit of the candidates from different categories in line with the reservation policy of Government of India. Hence, merely qualifying in GATE-2019 examination does not guarantee short-listing for calling for GD/GT and Personal Interview.Advertise Link Click Here