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    December 7, 2018

    Recruitment of Works Engineer/ S&T on Contract basis in IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

    IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED is a premier schedule “A” infrastructure Public Sector Enterprise under Ministry of Railways engaged in the construction of turnkey infrastructure projects in Railways, Highways, Buildings, Power sectors, etc. The company has recorded a turnover of more than Rs 3800 crores in the year 2017-18. The Company has successfully completed large value Railway and Highway Projects over the years in India and abroad including Malaysia, Bangladesh, Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Turkey, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

    The company invites applications for the recruitment of Works Engineer/ S&T on Contract basis for Ircon’s various projects for 01 year at a fixed all-inclusive salary. The eligibility criteria and other details are tabulated below:

    Name of the post: Works Engineer/S&T
    Vacancies : 16 Posts (UR-09, OBC04,SC-02, ST-01)
    Minimum Educational Qualification : Full Time Degree in Electronics/Electronics & Communication Engineering/Electrical & Electronics Engineering/Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering with First Division
    Born not Before : 01.12.1985
    Post Qualification Experience (As on 01.12.2018 ) : Minimum One Year Experience in Railway Signaling Works OR OFC Based Communication & Networking Systems.
    Vacancies specifically for - Posting : Ircon’s Projects in Bihar, M.P, Maharashtra, Odisha & West Bengal.

    Applicants desirous of attending interview may send their application in advance or Applicants who consider themselves eligible may report for interview with application in the prescribed format as per the following schedule. No interview call letters will be issued as this is a Walk-in-Interview.

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