'GATE'way to Public Sector Units

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all India examination administered and conducted jointly by the Indian Institute of Science and seven Indian Institutes of Technology on behalf of the National Coordination Board - GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.

GATE 2013 Score as the 1st selection criterion
The GATE is conducted for admission into Masters Degree in IITs and IISc. However, the scenario has changed now as major companies are using it as a platform to identify the suitable engineers/researchers in various areas. GATE score is the first step in these companies to filter the candidates in their selection process. They have made it mandatory for the students to have GATE score in the concerned subject for which the companies are seeking to recruit. Fifteen Public Sector Units (PSUs) have signed a MoU with IIT Bombay to receive the official GATE 2013 results for employment purpose. Major PSUs like HPCL, GAIL, Powergrid, NTPC, BEL, BHEL, NALCO, CONCOR, DDA, MECL, BPCL, Indian Oil are recruiting trainees through GATE score

Essential Qualification:
Full time B.E./ B.Sc (Engg) from recognized University/ Institute in respective engineering disciplines with Minimum 65% or Equivalent CGPA
AMIE in respective engineering branches with Minimum 65% marks

Note: Companies also accept Graduation in other related engineering disciplines. For details, see complete notification.

Selection Process
The Selection Process consists of GATE – 2013 score, Group Discussion & Personal Interview.

Eligible candidates will have to appear for the respective Engineering (EE) paper of GATE Exam – 2013 for which he/ she intends to apply. Candidates shall be short-listed for Group Discussion & Personal Interview based on their score in GATE Exam - 2013 and as per the criteria decided by the Management.

Candidates who qualify in the Group Discussion & Personal Interview as per the criteria decided by the Management will only be adjudged suitable for empanelment. The Offer of Appointment shall be issued to the suitable candidates in the order of merit and based on the requirement.

High Pay:
Selected candidates will be placed in the high pay scale varying from company to company
  • Powergrid: During Training: Rs. 7 lakhs per annum and After Training: Rs 12.67 lakhs per annum
  • BHEL: Rs 8 Lakhs to Rs 9 Lakhs per annum
  • BEL: Rs.16400-3%-40500/ per month
  • NTPC: Rs. 24900-3%-50500 at a basic pay of Rs. 25650/-
  • HPCL: During Training: consolidated stipend of Rs. 33, 000 per month and After Training: Rs. 24,900 - 50,500 per month
  • GAIL: Pay scale of Rs.24900 - 50500/-
  • BPCL: Scale of Pay - 24,900 - 50500
How to Apply
  1. Candidates have to register themselves and appear for GATE -2013 in respective Engineering Discipline.
  2. A separate notification with details regarding number of vacancy in each category, important dates related tosubmission of online application, date of interview etc. shall be available in the companies’ website.
  3. Candidates have to register themselves online at companies’ website with details of their GATE registration number and other required information.
GATE way to Public Sector Units
Published on 5/25/2013 1:11:00 PM
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