Machinist,Electroplater ,Electrician,Fitter, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Indian Ordnance Factories, Tiruchirapalli Jun 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited for the following posts :
Machinist (Semi-Skilled) – 07
Electroplater (Semi-Skilled) – 02
Welder (Semi-Skilled) – 01
Electrician (Semi-Skilled) – 01
Fitter (Semi-Skilled) – 01
Mill-Wright (Semi-Skilled) – 01
No. of Positions: 13
Pay Scale: (PB-1) Rs.5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs.1800/- + Other Admissible allowance
Age limit : 18-32 Years
Eligibility Conditions: National Council of Trades for Vocational Training (NCTVT) Certificate in the relevant trade failing which by ITI Or Equivalent Diploma / Certificate Holder. National Apprenticeship Certificate and National Trade Certificates issued by NCVT in The relevant Trade will only be accepted as essential qualification. Degree and Diploma in Engineering Can not be accepted as qualification to Semi-Skilled Posts. It may be noted that only when applicants with NCVT Certificate as mentioned above are not available, applicants with ITI Or Equivalent diploma/certificate holders will be considered.
How To Apply: Heavy Alloy Penetrator Project, Tiruchirapalli – 620025
1. The Indian Ordnance Factories Organisation is the largest and oldestdepartmentally run production organisation in the country. The organisation comes underthe Department of Defence Production under Ministry of Defence.
2. There are 39 Ordnance Factoriesgeographically distributed all over the country at 24 different locations. There are 10factories in Maharashtra, 8 factories in Uttar Pradesh, 6 factories each in Madhya Pradeshand Tamil Nadu, 4 factories in West Bengal,
3. The organisation is primarily engaged in manufacture of Arms, Ammunitions,Equipment, Armoured Vehicles & Personnel Carriers, Transport Vehicles, Clothings andGeneral Stores items. After meeting the primary requirement of the Armed Forces, sparecapacities are utilized for supply to non-defence sector and exports.
4. but also had backward integrated inhousefacilities for supply of basic and intermediate materials, like steel and othermetallic alloys, acid and other chemicals, low and high explosives etc.,
5. Main goal of the factories are to supply the indented products in right quantity andquality at right time. To achieve that the major activities are production,
6. supply of accepted stores and disposal/ conversion of waste,obsolete and unserviceable stores. Other major supporting activities are recruitment ,transfer, promotion, training and vigilance of employees, security & safety of the factoryand its belongings, welfare etc. Maintenance of estate, accommodation, school, canteen,hospital, club, bank etc. are the major welfare activities.
7. Other activities includeinteraction with customers for getting feedback about supplied products as well as theirnew requirements, assimilation of technology for the requirement of upgraded/ newproducts by importation of technology or using technology of DRDO or develop the product by in-house R&D.
Tentative Last Date:30-06-2012
About the organization:
The Indian Ordnance Factories organisation – a family of 40 Ordnance Factories under the aegis of its corporate headquarters Ordnance Factory Board, Kolkata – possesses the unique distinction of over 200 years experience in defence production. We are engaged in production, testing, logistics, research, development and marketing of a comprehensive product range in the area of land, sea and air systems.The patronage we receive both in India and abroad speaks of our quality of products and services. Undoubtedly, we are the force behind armed forces.Indian Ordnance Factories is the oldest and largest industrial setup which functions under the Department of Defence Production of the Ministry of Defence. The ordnance factories form an integrated base for indigenous production of defence hardware and equipment, with the primary objective of self reliance in equipping the armed forces with state of the art battlefield equipments.The history and development of Indian Ordnance Factories is directly linked with the British reign in India. East India company of England for their economic interest in India and to increase their political hold considered military hardware as vital element. During 1775 British authorities accepted the establishment of Board of Ordnance in Fort William, Kolkata. This marks the official beginning of the Army Ordnance in India.In 1787 a gun powder factory was established at Ishapore which started production from 1791 ( at which location Rifle Factory was established in 1904). In 1801 a Gun Carriage Agency at Cossipore, Kolkata (presently known as Gun & Shell Factory, Cossipore) was eatablished and production started from 18th March, 1802. This is the first Industrial establishment of Ordnance Factories which has continued its existence till date.
Indian Ordnance Factories
Tiruchirapalli – 620025
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