Electronics Corporation of India Limited has released a recent notification, declaring a vacancy of 2100 candidates for the posts of Junior Technical Officer and Junior Consultant Field Operation. The last date of applying online for these posts was 5th January 2019.
The pay scale that is offered by the organization is great for a start— the monthly payout would vary between INR 16,042 and INR 19,188. This means that the ECIL exam is a great opportunity for candidates having relevant qualifications to build a career of their choice and get a decent monthly salary package to support themselves as well as their families. The age limit, according to a popular employment news portal is 28 years for Junior Technical Officer and 30 years for Junior Consultant Field Operation. This is a significant opportunity in the wake of the closure of the application process for the Technical Consultant post in December 2018. The job location for these posts is all-India, and the candidate must be prepared for relocation if required.
ECIL Recruitment 2019 Full Details
|Recruitment Authority||Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL)|
|Number of Posts||2100|
|Type of Jobs||Central Government Jobs|
|Name of Post||Junior Technical Officer (JTO)|
Junior Consultant – Field Operation (Grade I)Junior Consultant – Field Operation (Grade II)
|Job location||Anywhere in India|
|Application Fees Payment Mode||Online / Offline|
Important Dates For ECIL Recruitment 2019
Let’s go through the important dates for ECIL recruitment 2019 as follows:
|Commencement of Online Application||26th December 2018|
|Last Date For Online Registration||7th January 2018 (till 4 pm)|
|Document Verification||To Be Announced Soon|
ECIL Notification 2019: Vacancies And Pay Scale
|Name of Post||Vacancy||Consolidated Monthly Contract Pay (Inclusive of all) (Rs.)|
|Junior Technical Officer||1470||19,188/-|
|Junior Consultant Field Operation (Gr -I)||315||17,654/-|
|Junior Consultant Field Operation (Gr -II)||315||16.042/-|
The Eligibility Criteria
Now, let us have a look at the eligibility criteria for these posts that must be fulfilled by the candidate in order to be able to sit for the exam. The Junior Technical Officer must hold a first class degree in electronic engineering/ mechanical engineering/instrumentation/Information Technology or Computer Science and the marks secured by him/her must be at least 60% in aggregate.
The candidate has to fulfill this criterion from a recognized university to deem himself/herself eligible for this post. The aspirants for the Junior Consultant Filed Operation post (Grade I) must have similar qualifications. However, the Junior Consultant Filed Operation (Grade II) post requires the aspirants to have passed the ITI exams (course duration is of two years) and the trade that must be honed by the candidate is Electronic Mechanic. This degree must also be obtained from a recognized university; otherwise, the candidature of the student might get cancelled without prior notice.
Now, let us take a brief look at the syllabus that the candidates must adhere to for the upcoming ECIL exam. For the students who have applied in the electronics category, it is mandatory to have a sound knowledge of circuits and current distribution, which would be a key skill that would be required of him in an actual job scenario. The candidate must also be acquainted with digital and analogue platforms and have a knack for knowledge regarding electronic and electric measurements. Industrial Instrumentation is a subject that is of great importance and the candidate must cover this part of the syllabus properly.
The Mechanical Engineers must be proficient in handling the mechanism of gadgets that are related to conduction of heat, such as air conditioners and refrigerators. Good depth in the field of fluid mechanics would also be necessary if the aspirant wants to score well in the upcoming ECIL examination. The student must also know about the technical processes of welding and pattern making so that he/she can ride on the confidence of the examiners.
For the Electrical Engineering students, it is a mandate to know about the power circuits and they should be able to provide cost estimates for the department when required. They should have a good knowledge of magnetic circuits, which would enable them to perform well in their workspace. For the computer science candidates (Grade II), it is a must to know about computer networks and the basics of web technology so that they can be of good assistance for the IT department. They should be skilled in computer programming so that they can chalk out web architectures for various projects. The Filed Operation aspirants must have street smartness; they should know their way through cisterns and pipes, circuits and gadgets and repair them when required so that the production process is not stalled at any cost.
To sum up, this is a great opportunity for aspirants who love to work in a challenging workspace. To add up to the advantages, the aspirant would also be entitled to a decent monthly payout which would be a great motivation apart from the thrills of being a part of a huge functional unit that is producing significant power for extensive areas across the country.