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247 Trade Apprentices Vacancy – UCIL,Jaduguda (Jharkhand)


Last Date:14 October,2019
Advt. No. : 01/2019
Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL)
Jaduguda (Jharkhand)

UCIL aka Uranium Corporation of India Limited invites Sarkari Job Application for the post of 247 Trade Apprentices. Apply before 14 October 2019. UCIL Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…Official Website is www.ucil.gov.in

Name of the post – Trade Apprentices
No of post – 247
Pay Scale – As per the Apprentices Act 1961

Education Qualification:
Matric/Std. X with a minimum of 50 % marks for UR/OBC [NCL] candidates and 45 % marks for SC/ST candidates & ITI Examination in relevant Trade with aggregate of 60% marks qualified from NCVT.

General Instruction:

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  • Application to be forwarded as per format available in UCIL website [www.uraniumcorp.in] through speed post ONLY and addressed to Dy. General Manager [Inst./Pers. &IRs], Uranium Corporation of India Limited, PO : Jaduguda Mines, Dist : East Singhbhum, Jharkhand – 832102, within 20 [Twenty] days from the date of publication of this advertisement. The applications should be accompanied by Xerox copy of [a] SSC Board certificate/Matriculation Mark Sheet and proof of date of birth [b] ITI Certificates [all ITI semester marks sheets] [c] Caste Certificate [for SC/ST/OBC [NCL] only] [d] Character certificate from last institution studied in [e] Aadhaar Card [Compulsory] [f] One self- addressed envelope of size 22cm x 10 cm. Applications received after due date and incomplete applications will be rejected and no further correspondence in this regard will be entertained.
  • As per Apprentices Act, 1961, it shall not be obligatory for UCIL to employ Apprentices on completion of training.
  • Vacancies for SC/ST & OBC [NCL] candidates are reserved in accordance with Section 3A(1) & (2) and Section 3B (1) & (2) both of Chapter II of Apprentices Act-1961 read with Schedule II A of Rule 5 of Apprenticeship Rules 1992.
  • 3% of vacancies for Apprenticeship training are reserved in accordance with Section 3.6.2 Chapter III of Apprenticeship Training Manual.
  • Matric/Std. X with a minimum of 50 % [aggregate] marks for UR/OBC [NCL] candidates and 45 % [aggregate] marks for SC/ST candidates & ITI Examination in relevant Trade with aggregate of 60% marks qualified from NCVT [National Council for Vocational Training].
  • Minimum 18 years and Maximum 25 years as on 30.09.2019. Relaxation in upper age limits as per Government guidelines for SC/ST/ OBC [NCL] candidates.
  • Candidates who have already undergone or are currently undergoing Apprenticeship training under Apprentice Act, 1961 in any Govt./Public Sector/Private Industrial organization are NOT eligible to apply for the current enrolment.
  • The minimum rate of stipend per month payable to apprentices shall be followed [Rule 11 of Apprenticeship Rules, 1992 is relevant].
  • Selection of the candidates will be on merit basis i.e. on the basis of marks obtained in Matric & ITI marks.
  • Mere fulfillment of eligibility criteria/norms does not entitle a candidate to be considered for engagement as Apprentice. Management reserves the right to reject the application without assigning any reason and to raise standard of specifications to restrict the number of candidates to be called for engagement as Apprentices. The selection process can be cancelled/suspended/restricted/enlarged/modified without assigning any reasons. The decision of the Management will be final and no appeal will be entertained.
  • The application is liable for rejection at any stage of training process in case of suppression/furnishing of false information, without enclosing necessary documents, unsigned or incomplete application and/or application received after closing date for receipt by speed post only.
  • Preference shall be given to candidates belonging to Land Displaced Category/Project affected area [as per R&R Policy] and Employees [who are working in any unit of UCIL] Wards.

About Us:

  • Uranium Corporation of India Limited was incorporated on 4th October 1967. It is a Public Sector Enterprise under the Department of Atomic Energy with a special standing at the forefront of Nuclear Power cycle. Fulfilling the requirement of uranium for the Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors, UCIL plays a very significant role in nuclear power generation of the country. UCIL is an ISO 9001:2008, 14001:2004 & IS 18001:2007 company and has adopted modern technologies for its mines and process plants. The Company operates six underground mines (Bagjata, Jaduguda, Bhatin, Narwapahar, Turamdih and Mohuldih) and one open pit mine (Banduhurang) in the State of Jharkhand. Ore produced from these mines are processed in two process plants located at Jaduguda and Turamdih. UCIL is constructing a new underground mine and process plant at Tummalapalle in Andhra Pradesh. The Company has taken up expansion of some of its operations in Jharkhand and started pre-project activities to set up new mines and plants in different parts of the country namely – Gogi in Karnatka, Lambapur in Telengana and KP M in Meghalaya.
  • Annual turnover of the Company for the year 2013-14 was Rs 814 Crore.
  • UCIL operations in Jharkhand have remained subjected to media reports from time to time alleging ill-effects of radiation around the uranium mining facilities. These reports mention stories of human interest invariably spiced with melancholy and drama using telling pictures of human sufferings to condition the viewer. These, in turn provide cause of apprehensions among local people broadly on following three misconceptions:
    a) UCIL operations spread radiation in surrounding areas. b) Radiations are the main cause of diseases like cancer, TB, malaria etc prevalent in the region c) UCIL is indifferent towards societal development.
  • Fear of radiation is essentially human made and mediated phenomenon by a small section of the media without checking out the facts. Most of the apprehensions are based on a false understanding of the facts. UCIL has always remained committed towards its neighborhood development with adequate funds, manpower and infrastructure. A few facts are elaborated below.
  • Uranium ore mined in India are of very low grade as compared to those available in other countries. After recovery of uranium in the mill, bulk of the material processed emerges as tailings. Its radioactivity content is very low. The tailings slurry along with liquid effluents is neutralized with lime to remove the soluble daughter nuclides and heavy metals. The coarse fraction is used to backfill the mines. The slurry containing fine particles is pumped into a tailing pond where the solids settle and the water effluent from the pond is received back at the Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) where it is treated to ensure that it conforms to the limits prescribed by the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) and the Pollution Control Board.

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