Last Date:05 Sep,2019
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) will recruit suitable candidates for the recruitment to 8 posts of Trade Apprentice (koraput division) for a given project. All candidates shall be of Indian Nationality.All candidates must apply on or before 05-09-2019 by sending application forms in given format to the given address along with all the requisite documents, fees (if applicable), etc.
Name of the post – Trade Apprentice (koraput division)
No of post – 08
Pay Scale – As per norms
must have passed respective ITI/ITC
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- Academic qualifications must be 10th class (regular) for all the trades and ITI in concerned trade. Candidates with Open School (NIOS) / Correspondence / Part Time / Private Qualifications are not eligible to apply.
- No TA/DA will be paid to the applicants who called for the selection process.
- The selected candidates will be taken as Trade Apprentices for a period of one year as per their trade on a consolidated stipend at the revised rates under Apprentices Act, 1961.
- The candidates belonging to OBC (NCL) must produce valid Other Backward Classes Certificate in the format for applying for admission to Central Educational Institutions under the Government of India at the time of document verification. The OBC (NCL) Certificate must not be older than six months.
- After Completion of Apprenticeship Training shall not confer any right and/or preferential claim in the matter of employment in HAL.
- Further HAL reserves the right to raise the eligibility criteria to restrict the number of candidates and also fill up the seats or alter the number of seats or even cancel the whole process of selection without assigning any reason.
- Suppression of any factual information or furnishing false information / forged documents will result in disqualification / legal action.
- In addition to online application (Online application in DGET portal is a must) wards (Son/daughter only) and spouse of Serving employees/Retired/Deceased employees of HAL are
required to fill-up the enclosed format (Annexure-I), mentioning their DGET registration No. along with attached documentary proof of relation with HAL employee and drop the same in the prescribed box kept at Training & Development Institute, Koraput Division, Sunabeda, Odisha on or before 05.09.2019, by 3.00PM.
- In addition to online application (Online application in DGET portal is a must), applicants from adopted villages and Wards of Contract Labors of HAL, Koraput Division are also required to fill-up the
enclosed format (Annexure-II) and (Annexure-III) mentioning their DGET registration No. along with attached documentary proof of residence/nativity certificate, Medical Card issued by IR Department of adopted village and Security ID card for Contract labors and drop the same in the prescribed box kept at Training & Development Institute, Koraput Division, Sunabeda,Odisha on or before 05.09.2019, by 3.00PM.
- Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is an Indian state-owned aerospace and defence company headquartered in Bangalore, India. It is governed under the management of the Indian Ministry of Defence.
- The government-owned corporation is primarily involved in the operations of the aerospace and is currently involved in the design, fabrication and assembly of aircraft, jet engines, helicopters and their spare parts. It has several facilities spread across India including Nasik, Korwa, Kanpur, Koraput, Lucknow, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kasaragod. The HAL HF-24 Marut fighter-bomber was the first fighter aircraft made in India.
- HAL was established as Hindustan Aircraft Limited in Bangalore on 23 December 1940 by Walchand Hirachand who became Chairman of the company. The companies office was opened at a bungalow called “Eventide” on Domlur Road.
- The organisation and equipment for the factory at Bangalore was set up by William D. Pawley of the Intercontinental Aircraft Corporation of New York, who had already established Central Aircraft Manufacturing Company (CAMCO) in partnership with Chinese Nationalist government. Pawley obtained a large number of machine-tools and equipment from the United States.
- The Indian Government bought a one-third stake in the company and by April 1941 by investing 25 lakhs as it believed this to be a strategic imperative. The decision by the government was primarily motivated to boost British military hardware supplies in Asia to counter the increasing threat posed by Imperial Japan during Second World War. The Kingdom of Mysore supplied two directors, Air Marshal John Higgins was resident director. The first aircraft built was a Harlow PC-5 On 2 April 1942, the government announced that the company had been nationalised when it had bought out the stakes of Seth Walchand Hirachand and other promoters so that it could act freely. The Mysore Kingdom refused to sell its stake in the company but yielded the management control over to the Indian Government.
- In 1943 the Bangalore factory was handed over to the United States Army Air Forces but still using Hindustan Aircraft management. The factory expanded rapidly and became the centre for major overhaul and repair of American aircraft and was known as the 84th Air Depot. The first aircraft to be overhauled was a Consolidated PBY Catalina followed by every type of aircraft operated in India and Burma. When returned to Indian control two years later the factory had become one of the largest overhaul and repair organisations in the East. In the post war reorganisation the company built railway carriages as an interim activity.
- After India gained independence in 1947, the management of the company was passed over to the Government of India.
- Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) was formed on 1 October 1964 when Hindustan Aircraft Limited joined the consortium formed in June by the IAF Aircraft Manufacturing Depot, Kanpur (at the time manufacturing HS748 under licence) and the group recently set up to manufacture MiG-21 under licence, with its new factories planned in Koraput, Nasik and Hyderabad. Though HAL was not used actively for developing newer models of fighter jets, except for the HF-24 Marut, the company has played a crucial role in modernisation of the Indian Air Force. In 1957 company started manufacturing Bristol Siddeley Orpheus jet engines under licence at new factory located in Bangalore.
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