KPCL Recruitment 2016
Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd (KPCL) has published an Employment Notification for the fulfillment of the vacant positions of Assistant for Administration and Accounts section. Interested candidates can apply online on or before 24-09-2016. Detail information regarding KPCL Recruitment 2016 is given below.
Vacancy Detail for KPCL Recruitment 2016
Name of the Post and the total number of Vacancy- The post name and the total number of vacancies are given below:
1) Assistant (Administration) – 44
2) Assistant (Accounts) – 41
The total number of vacancy is 95.
Pay Scale- the selected candidates will receive a pay scale of Rs. 10620-32725/- per month.
Job Location- The job location will be any place in Karnataka.
Eligibility Criteria for KPCL Recruitment 2016
Nationality- The candidate must be a citizen of India.
Age Limit- The candidate’s age should be 18-35 years. Age relaxation of 5 years to SC/ST and 3 years to OBC candidates shall be applicable.
1) Assistant (Administration)- The candidate should possess three years BA/B.Com/B.Sc from a Recognized university.
2) Assistant (Accounts)- The candidate should possess three years B.Com from a Recognized university.
How to Apply for BESCOM Recruitment 2016
Application Fee- Candidates will have to pay Rs.200+ Rs.15/- as postal charges through challan at any Computerized post Office branch in the State of Karnataka. SC/ST Cat-I candidates will have to pay Rs. 100/-+Rs.15/- and Ex servicemen / PWD candidates will have to pay Rs. 50/- as application fee.
Application Process- Eligible candidates can apply online through the official website of KPCL on or before 24-09-2016. Candidates are requested to read all the instructions before applying online.
Important Dates for KPCL Recruitment 2016
Last Date for Online Application– 24-09-2016
Last Date of Fee Submission- 27-09-2016
Important Links for KPCL Recruitment 2016
For Recruitment Advertisement – Click Here
For Apply Online – Click Here
For Official Website of KPCL– Click Here
Incorporated in the years 1970, Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. is responsible for power generating in the State of Karnataka. The modes for generation of electric power are hydroelectric, thermal and diesel. It has 24 power stations across the State of Karnataka.