IOCL Apprenticeship After Diploma: Eligibility, Application & Selection

Are you a Diploma holder? Are you interested in IOCL apprentice recruitment process? If yes, this post will be of help to you. Here, I’ve compiled a list of best apprenticeships in IOCL after diploma.

IOCL Apprenticeship after Diploma

Candidates who have completed relevant Diploma course will benefit from this post. Here, they will find details about apprenticeship opportunities for diploma holders in IOCL. Here, readers will find the following details – apprentice posts, eligibility criteria, application process and selection process.

 

The main aim of apprenticeship program is to develop a candidate’s skills (related to a particular trade). IOCL apprenticeship program will help a candidate improve his/her skill-set vertically and horizontally. You may also check – Jobs in IOCL for diploma holders.

 

Let us check out the list of posts and other details. Here it is –

 

IOCL apprenticeship after diploma

 

1 Technician Apprentice (Mechanical)

Educational qualification required: Completed 3 years long Diploma in Mechanical Engineering course from a recognized university/institute. Minimum aggregate marks required is 50% (45% for SC/ST/reserved candidates).

 

2 Technician Apprentice (Electrical)

Educational qualification required: Completed 3 years long Diploma in Electrical Engineering course from a recognized university/institute. Minimum aggregate marks required is 50% (45% for SC/ST/reserved candidates).

 

3 Technician Apprentice (Instrumentation)

Educational qualification required: Completed 3 years long Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering course from a recognized university/institute. Minimum aggregate marks required is 50% (45% for SC/ST/reserved candidates).

 

4 Technician Apprentice (Civil)

Educational qualification required: Completed 3 years long Diploma in Civil Engineering course from a recognized university/institute. Minimum aggregate marks required is 50% (45% for SC/ST/reserved candidates).

 

5 Technician Apprentice (Electrical and Electronics)

Educational qualification required: Completed 3 years long Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering course from a recognized university/institute. Minimum aggregate marks required is 50% (45% for SC/ST/reserved candidates).

 

6 Technician Apprentice (Electronics)

Educational qualification required: Completed 3 years long Diploma in Electronics Engineering course from a recognized university/institute. Minimum aggregate marks required is 50% (45% for SC/ST/reserved candidates).

 

Am I eligible to apply for IOCL’s apprenticeship program, some of you may ask. Come, let us take a closer look at the eligibility criteria. In the next section, readers will find the following details – educational qualification, age limit and physical & medical standards required. Let us start –

 

Eligibility criteria

 

Age limit

  • Candidate must be at least 18 years of age while joining. Upper age limit is 24 years.
  • Upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
  • Upper age limit is relaxed by 3 years for OBC (NCL) candidates.
  • Upper age limit is relaxed by 10 years for PwD candidates.

 

Minimum educational qualification

Minimum educational qualification required has been listed against each apprentice post in the previous section. You may go through the above section and find out educational qualification & minimum aggregate marks required for each apprentice post.

 

Physical and medical fitness

Candidate must be physically and medically fit. A pre-engagement medical examination will be carried out to gauge the physical and medical fitness of a candidate. Candidates who will be declared fit shall be asked to join the apprenticeship program.

 

Duration of the training program

Technical apprenticeship training programs last for a period of 12 months. This duration may vary from one discipline to another! Duration of training may be extended under certain circumstances.

 

During this period, a candidate has access to 32 days of general leave (including on medical grounds) and 12 days of casual leaves.

 

How to apply?

How to apply/register for IOCL apprenticeship program, some of you may ask. Follow these steps to register/apply –

  1. Visit the official website of IOCL.
  2. Go to careers section and click on apprenticeship link/tab.
  3. Click on technical and non-technical apprenticeship link/tab.
  4. Fill up the application form by entering the following details – email address, contact number, personal details, academic details, address etc.
  5. Upload scanned copies of relevant documents such as – passport size photograph of the candidate, candidate’s signature specimen, academic certificates etc.
  6. Submit the application form.
  7. Take printout of the filled application form for further use/reference.
  8. You will receive an email containing the link to download admit card.
  9. Download the admit card.

 

Scanned documents required

While filling up the application form, candidates are required to upload self-attested scanned copies of the following documents –

  • Academic certificate (10th board) as proof of date of birth).
  • Diploma certificate.
  • Caste certificate (if applicable).
  • Signature specimen of the candidate.
  • Latest colored passport size photograph of the candidate.

 

Other requirements

  • A valid email id (for application process).
  • A valid mobile number (for application process).
  • Candidate should have a PAN card.
  • Candidate should have an Aadhar card.
  • Candidate should have a bank account and cheque book with his/her name printed on it.

 

Selection process

Eligible candidates are invited to undergo a written test. After applying for apprenticeship, a candidate will receive link to download the admit card (for written test). A candidate may download the admit card from official website of IOCL and appear for the written test.

 

Written test: Highlights

 

Subjects

For technical apprentice posts, the written test consists of the following subjects –

  1. Discipline-wise technical questions
  2. General and quantitative aptitude questions
  3. Reasoning
  4. English language

 

Marks distribution

Subject Marks
Technical questions 40
General and quantitative aptitude 20
Reasoning 20
English 20

Qualifying marks

A candidate must score at least 40% marks in the written test for further consideration. Qualifying marks required is 35% for SC/ST/PwD candidates.

 

Shortlisted candidates must also pass a medical test. A pre-engagement medical test is carried out to ensure that a candidate meets the physical and medical standards specified in the Apprentice Act. Candidates declared fit will be selected for apprenticeship program.

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