HAL Recruitment 2018

HAL RecruitmentHAL Recruitment 2018: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Has Invited Application Form For Various Posts. Interested applicants who desirous to apply on or before 30-12-2017. Other details information like Eligible criteria, Selection procedure, Age Limit, How to Apply, Needed Document about Recruitment 2017 is Given below…

HAL Recruitment 2018

No.Of Vacancies : Various Posts

Name Of The Post

Trade Apprentices

Qualification

Candidates Pass in SSLC or equivalent with minimum aggregate marks of 60%.

Age Limit :

1.Age between 15-18 years as on 01-12-2017.
2.Economically Poor candidates of Karnataka state.(Candidate name should appear in the BPL/Anthyodaya Ration card)

Pay Scale :  

Stipend (Minimum Rs 5500) and Allowances

Selection Process :

Selection will be based on aptitude test/Assessment.

Application Fee :

Candidates have No Application Fee.

How to Apply :

Interested Candidates may apply the following details neatly typed in an A4 size paper along with copies of SSLC Marks card, BPL/Anthyodaya Ration card, and two recent passport size photos sent to Below Address.

Address:
Technical Training Institute, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Vimanapura Post, Bangalore-560017

Important Dates to Remember :

1.Last date for receiving applications at TTI is extend to 15-01-2018
2.Shortlisted candidates list for aptitude test/Assessment will be announced in HAL website www.hal-india.com on 25-01-2018.

Important Link :

Download Official Notification ==>> HAL Notification 2018

To  Apply Through Online == >>>>   Application Form

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About HAL:
Technical Training Institute, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Bangalore Complex invites application from eligible and interested candidates for Full term Apprenticeship Training in the trade of Operator Advance Machine Tool under Apprenticeship Act 1961, under the Corporate Social Responsibility initiative of HAL.

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