Madhya Gujarat Vij Company Limited (MGVCL Recruitment 2021 Apply Online for Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer – JE) Job Vacancy): Applications are invited for The Post of Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer) Civil and Electrical Under MGVCL from the Eligible Candidates as Follows. The details regarding eligibility criteria, Upper Age limit, Selection Methodology, How to apply, Application fees are mentioned below against each post.
Name of Post
Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer-Electrical)
19 (At present)+ (25 for next one year) = 44
Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer-Civil)
Total No of Posts
Full time/ Regular BE/ B.Tech in Civil/ Electrical Engineering as a regular Education mode from recognized University OR Institute approved by UGC/ AICTE with minimum 55% in 7th and 8th Semester without ATKT for MGVCL Recruitment 2020 Apply Online for Vidyut Sahayak (JE) Posts.
Upper Age Limits: Maximum Age Limits for General Category 35 years and For Reserved Category 40 years on 21/01/2021 for MGVCL Recruitment 2021.
Application Fees: Payment of Registration fee (Non-refundable) Rs. 500/- (Inclusive GST) for UR, SEBC, and EWS applicants Rs. 250/- (Inclusive GST) for ST & SC applicants for MGVCL Recruitment 2021 Apply Online.
UR, SEBC, and EWS Candidates
How to Apply
Interested Applicants apply through only the MGVCL official Portal www.mgvcl.com. Go to official www.mgvcl.com => Click on Careers at the Top menu => Find the Advertisement for the post of Vidyut Sahayak – Junior Engineer (Civil & Electrical) => Click on Apply Online Link for MGVCL Recruitment 2021 Apply Online.
Start Date & Time for Registration & Pay Online Application Fees:
21/01/2021 (10:30 AM)
Last Date & Time for Registration & Pay Online Application Fees:
14/02/2021 (6:00 PM)
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// Selection Procedure for MGVCL Recruitment 2021 Apply Online //
The Question paper of Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer) for the Online Exam shall be consisting of 100 Questions and the paper-covered a total of 100 marks. There shall be a Minus (Negative) marking system and 1/4th mark for each wrong answer shall be deducted to arrive at the total marks taken.