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ONGC Recruitment 2012

Discussion in 'Jobs' started by Royaluni, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. Royaluni

    Royaluni Administrator

    ONGC Recruitment 2012
    ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS: The minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying examination/ degree is as under
    (Excluding Security discipline)
    Subject’s Minimum %age of marks required for Gen/ OBC/ SC/ ST/ PWD/ Departmental
    1. Engg/ Science subjects Minimum 60% marks
    2. MBA/ PG Degree Minimum 60% marks
    3. ICWA / CA/ MBBS Pass

    Wherever CGPA/ OGPA/ CPI/ DGPA or letter grade in degree is awarded, equivalent % of marks should be indicated in the online application as per norms adopted by concerned Univ/ Instt. Please also obtain a certificate to this effect from the Univ./ Instt, which shall be required to be submitted at the time of interview.
    AGE LIMIT: As on 26.08.2012 for all posts except Drilling and Cementing: 1.Gen.-30 Years, 2. OBC (Non- Creamy Layer) - 33 Years 3. SC/ST- 35 Years and 4. PWD – 40 Years for Gen, 43 years for OBC & 45 years for SC/ST category.
    For Drilling and Cementing: As on 26.08.2012 1. Gen. - 28 Years, 2. OBC (Non Creamy Layer) - 31 Years and 3.SC/ST - 33 Years.
    OBC, SC, ST & PWD Certificate should be in prescribed format meant for appointment to posts under the Government of India. (Copy of the same need to be produced at the time of written test and interview, in case qualified in the written test). The Caste Certificate if not issued in the prescribed format by the designated authority, candidates will not be permitted to appear in the written test/interview. Prescribed format of the caste certificate for OBC/SC/ST & PWD for employment in government undertaking can be down-loaded from the online application site, if required
    (a) Eligible candidates will be required to appear for Written test (Objective Type) comprising of three sections - General Awareness, Concerned subject, and an Aptitude test (comprising of Reading Comprehension, Verbal/ Non-verbal Reasoning, Numerical Ability/ Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation etc) for a total duration of 03 hours. (b) The candidates who qualify in the written test shall be called for psychometric test and interview as per merit and criteria decided by the Management. In order to be selected, candidates, in addition to fulfilling the requisite qualification criteria, are required to qualify in the written test and thereafter again in the interview separately. (c) The written test is tentatively scheduled on 07.10.2012. (The exact date of the test shall be communicated to the candidates through admit card and will also be available on ONGC website (d) Screening and selection will be based on the details provided by the candidate; hence it is necessary that applicants should furnish only accurate, full and correct information. Furnishing of wrong / false information will be a disqualification and ONGC will NOT be responsible for any consequence of furnishing of such wrong/false information. (e) ONGC departmental candidates must ensure filling their own CPF Number of ONGC in the appropriate field in the online form, failing which they shall not repeat SHALL NOT be screened/ considered as departmental candidates from ONGC. (f) Candidate shortlisted for interview will be required to upload his/her scanned documents of qualifying degree on the online application website by a cutoff date (to be informed later) before interview, failing which the candidate may not be interviewed.
    Eligible applicants would be required to apply Online ONLY (on the Internet) through the link ‘Apply Online’ on ONGC’s website: No other mode, repeat no other mode of application shall be accepted.
    1. Before registering/submitting their applications on the website the candidates should possess the following:
    a) Valid E-mail ID.
    b) Challan form downloaded and duly filled with the fee deposited and acknowledged by the concerned bank.
    c) Scanned copies of recent passport size colour photograph of the candidate with white background (not more than 50 KB size), signature of the candidate (not more than 20 KB size) and Bank challan (with bank seal and journal number, not more than 100 KB size).

    2. The candidate can access the online application form at The online registration site would be open from 1000 hours on 04.08.2012 to 2000 hours on 26.08.2012.
    3. All correspondence with candidates shall be done through E-mail only. All information regarding examination schedule/ admit card/ interview call letters etc. shall be provided through E-mail. Responsibility of receiving, downloading and printing of admit card/ call letter shall be that of the candidate. ONGC will not be responsible for any loss of E-mail sent, due to invalid/ wrong E-mail ID provided by the candidate or delivery of Emails to spam/bulk mail folder etc.
    4. Online Application and Payment methodology will be available on online application site.
    5. General and OBC candidates are required to deposit the registration fee of Rs. 500/- and SC/ST/PWD candidates are required to deposit registration fee of Rs. 100/-. Registration fee is non-refundable. Registration Fee can be deposited at any branch of State Bank of India through challan. The fee is to be deposited in ONGC Power Jyoti A/C Number 30827318409 of SBI, Tel Bhavan, Dehradun. Payment is to be made as per the designated process only. No other mode of payment would be accepted. Applicants should not deposit fee through instruments like Demand Draft/ Banker Cheques/ IPO, online transfer of money into ONGC account etc, if any applicant makes payment through any such mode fee will NOT be returned/ refunded. Therefore applicants should pay the fee through downloaded challan form (designated process) only.
    6. Departmental candidates from ONGC would also be required to deposit the applicable registration fee through the challan form. However, the same would be reimbursable.
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  2. Nicol Williams

    Nicol Williams New Member

    Thanks for this updated Post.
    I was wondering how would I give tihs exams

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