Full-Time Steag Energy Services job opportunities for Training – Cum – Employment
Steag Energy Services India Pvt Ltd – wholly owned subsidiary of Steag Energy Services GmbH, Germany – a recognized service provider of engineering and O&M services in power sector in India and abroad, are announcing induction of fresh batch under their scheme of high quality one year training in all aspects of thermal power plant engineering & O&M with guaranteed employment with the company. Training shall be imparted at our training centre recognized by Government of India (CEA) under Indian Electricity Rules. Details of scheme are as under:
Steag Energy Services career opportunities for Training – Cum – Employment
Post Name: Training – Cum – Employment
Category:-Graduate Engineer Trainees (GETs)
AICTE recognized Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation and Electronics Engineering graduates with minimum 70% marks in aggregate and age not exceeding 24 years as on 31st January 2018.
Training Fee: Rs. Two Lakhs
Appointment: After six months training including Classroom Training, Field Training and Simulator Training, they will be on the job training for 6 months. During on the job training, GETs would be paid a stipend of Rs. 10,000/- per month.
On successful completion of one year training, GETs shall be absorbed in the company as Engineer with the starting CTC of Rs. 3.60 Lakhs per annum.
Last date for receipt of application is 21st, February 2018.
Interested candidates may visit our website www.steag.in for further details and send their application by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org as per the format placed on our website.
Note: Candidates applied against the last advertisement dated 26.07.2017 need not apply again.
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