As we are on high growth trajectory and need to strengthen our manpower strength we invite applications from young and energetic engineering graduates to go through selection procedure and take up challenging task in GETCO .
GETCO Vacancy Details
Total Posts – 352
Electrical – 300 Posts
Civil – 52 Posts
GETCO Vidyut Sahayak Salary
1st Year – Rs. 37,000/- p.m.
2nd Year – Rs. 39,000/- p.m.
3rd Year – Rs. 39,000/- p.m
4th Year – Rs. 39,000/- p.m.
5th Year – Rs. 39,000/- p.m
Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer) Electrical – B.E. (Electrical) / B.Tech (Electrical) B.E (Electricals & Electronics) / B.Tech.(Electricals & Electronics) Full Time Regular Course only from Recognized University with minimum 55% aggregate marks of 7th and 8th Semester exam passed at First Trial without ATKT.
Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer) Civil – B.E. (Civil) / B.Tech (Civil) Full Time Regular Course only from Recognized University with minimum 55% aggregate marks of 7th and 8th Semester exam passed at First Trial without ATKT.
GETCO JE Age Limit:
UR – 35 Years
EWS/SC/ST/Socially & Educationally Backward Class (SEBC) – 40 Years
GETCO JE Selection Process
The selection will be done on the basis of online exam
How to Apply for GETCO JE Recruitment 2021 ?
Candidates are required to submit ONLINE Application only, compulsorily through www.getcogujarat.com. The candidates shall have to generate Registration ID online by filling-up the online Application Form. The candidates should retain the printout of Registration Form and the same shall be required at all stages during recruitment process.
GETCO JE Application Fee
UR, SEBC & EWS candidates – Rs. 500/-
SC & ST candidates – Rs. 250/-
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Starting Date of Application – 18 June 2021
Last Date of Application – within 21 days from the date of opening of link
Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Limited(GETCO) w as set up in May 1999 and is registered under the companies Act, 1956. The Company was promoted by erstwhile Gujarat Electricity Board (GEB) as its wholly owned subsidiary in the context of liberalization and as a part of efforts towards restructuring of the Pow er sector.