Last Date:28 February,2019
Manipur State Power Company Limited (MSPCL)
MSPCL aka Manipur State Power Company Limited invites application for the post of 285 Junior System Assistant, Computer Operator & Various Vacancy. Apply before 28 February 2019. MSPCL Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.mspcl.in
Name of the post – Junior System Assistant, Computer Operator & Various
No of post – 285
Pay Scale – 4440 – 7440/-, 5200 – 20200/-
8th, 10th, 12th, Graduate.
General Information:government jobs
- The required application form and the instructions for the candidate for filling the form are uploaded in the official website of the Government of Manipur at www.manipur.sov,in and that of the company at www.mspcl.in which can be downloaded.
- Applicants should invariably fill the application in the downloaded copy of prescribed form for the post uploaded in the above websites for the recruitment.
- Applications in sealed envelope superscribed with the name of the Group(Group c or Group D) for the post/s, notification No. and date should be submitted along with a nonrefundable payable examination fee in cash at Keishampat, Corporate Office Conrplex,Imphal during office hours.
- Applicants applying for Group C posts should submit separate application for each category post for which separate written test/exam would be held as specified in above para 3(iii). Each application should accompany the requisite exam fee.
- Applicants applying for Group D post should apply in one application form only along with the necessary examination fee.
- The vacancies for the posts indicated above may be increased or decreased.
- There is no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of Answer Sheets in respect of the examination conducted by MSPCL.
- Submission of application does not imply that a candidate has fulfilled all criteria given in the advertisement and application is subject to subsequent scrutiny and the application can be rejected at any subsequent point of time, if any ineligibility condition is detected at any point of time.
- Application received after closing date or without documents or otherwise found incomplete in any respect in the prescribed performa is liable to be rejected and no correspondence shall be entertained in this regard.
- The certificate for claim of reseruation must have been issued by the competent authority.
- Date/s for the written exam and tests will be notified at a later date.
- Admit Card will be issued at the Receipt/lssue counter of MSpCL, Corporate Office, Keishampat, lmphal and date for issuance of the Admit Card will be notified later.
- Last date for receipt of application: 28.02.2019 (Upto to 5:00 pm)
- MSPCL reserues the right to cancel the advertisement, other any terms and conditions of the advertisement at any stage.
- The Direct Recruitment to the above posts would be on the basis of their performance in a written test/exam.
- There will be a combined written test/exam for Group D posts,
- 4(four) separate written test/exam will be conducted for Group C posts viz. a) Computt:r operator b) Control Room Assistant c) Junior Establishment Assistant & Assistant Store Keeper(Combined) and d) Driver.
- The written test/exam would be Objective Type euestions with Multiple Choices.
- The test would consist of 150 nos. of Multiple Choice euestion to be answered in 150 minutes.
- There will be typing test, computer proficiency test and driving test for recruitment to the post of Junior Establishment Assistant, Computer Operator and Driver respectively” The test will be for qualifying purpose only.
- The final merit list of the candidates would be based on the marks secured in the written exam. In case more than one candidate has the same total marks then, the canclidate securing higher marks in the minimum educational qualification will be ranked higher. In case both the marks in the written exam and marks in the minimum educational qualification are same, the candidate older(in age) will be ranked higher
- The commissioning of the two micro hydel sets having capacities of 100 KW and 56 KW at Leimakhong in 1930 by the then Manipur State HE Board marked the beginning of the use of electricity in Manipur. The Royal palace and main areas of Imphal Town enjoyed Electricity generated from this captive hydel station. During the World War-II, two more DG sets of 62 KW and 46 KW capacities were installed at the old Imphal Power House by the Armed Forces for electrification of Imphal town and its suburbs. The above installed capacity remained the same till the end of the first Five Year plan (1951-56) of the post independence period. The second Five Year Plan (1956-61) however, saw a significant change in the demand of power in the state. The demand had been growing rapidly envisaging more social acceptance and the gradual promotion of awareness of the people towards the use of electricity for different purposes. This had necessitated further addition in the generation capacity and it was accomplished with the installation of a few more DG sets of various capacities in and around Imphal.
- To evacuate the power generated from the captive micro hydel power station (100 + 56) KW at Leimakhong to specific load centres of Palace Compound and main bazaar area of Imphal, the 20 Km. long, 11 KV line between Imphal & Leimakhong was constructed for the first time in Manipur in 1930. The state was then having 26 Kms. of 11 KV lines and 45 Kms. of domestic lines to serve very few consumers in 7 villages/Leikais. Both the line and generating stations were owned by the then Manipur State HE Board, constituted under the ex-officio Chairmanship of the Political Agent. Subsequently Electricity was kept under the administrative control of the Public Works Department, Government of Manipur. It was separated from state PWD and started functioning as an independent Department since February 1970.
- The peak load demand of Manipur in 1971 was 3.6 MW only as the power supply is restricted to few select locations. The demand was met from the State’s own generating stations and power purchased from the neighbouring states/Electricity Board at the low voltage. The per capita consumption of energy was 4.84 KWh. The demand was kept suppressed due to lack of generation till the year 1980. The scenario was abruptly changed after the purchase of bulk power from Assam with the commissioning of 132 kV inter-state transmission line from Imphal to Dimapur and 6.3 MVA, 132/33 KV sub-station at Yurembam in December 1981. The situation was further alleviated with the commissioning of Loktak Hydro Electric Project having a capacity of 3×35 MW on 4th of August 1984.
- During the years from 1984 to 1996, a number of Central Sector Power Projects, mostly hydel projects in the North Eastern Region were commissioned. Every project has a share of about 7% for Manipur. The state was having adequate quantity of power during the rainy seasons from these projects. The situation is different during the dry lean season of every year. However with the commissioning of 400 kV Silchar to Imphal D/C Transmission Line (charged at 132kV) in March 2014 and availability of additional power from newly commissioned Central Power Generating Units such as Pallatana and power exchange markets, the state was able to draw sufficient power from outside the state. At present the consumers are getting almost 20-24 hrs. of power supply daily.
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