BEL recruitment 2021 for engineers is currently underway for 268 vacancies at various locations across the country. The vacancies available are that of Project Engineer, and positions are available in Punjab, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Assam and Uttar Pradesh. Selected candidates will initially be engaged for two years which can be extended up to four years. Project engineers will be paid a salary of Rs 35,000 per month for the first year, Rs 40,000 for the second year, Rs 45,000 for the third year and Rs 50,000 for the fourth year.
Who Can Apply for BEL Recruitment 2021?
As mentioned before, there are a total of 268 Project Engineer vacancies for which candidates with the following qualifications may apply: Full time BE or BTech course from reputed institute or university in the engineering disciplines of electronics, electronic and communication, electronics and telecommunication, telecommunication, communication, electrical and electronics, computer science, information technology or information science.
Candidates cannot be over 32 years of age; however, the upper age limit will be relaxable for SC or ST candidates by five years and for OBC candidates by three years. For candidates belonging to PWD category having minimum 40% disability or more will get ten years’ relaxation in addition to the relaxation applicable to the categories, says the notification.
How to Apply for BEL Recruitment 2021?
Candidates who are eligible to submit the applications will have to apply online before 5 May 2021. Candidates are required to enter all information correctly in the online application form and verify the same before submission, as no changes will be permitted after submission of the application form. Furthermore, applicants will be required to pay an online application fee of Rs 500. Those who wish to apply are advised to go through the information given on the official website in detail: Recruitment of Project Engineers across India for BEL (HLS & SCB) . Separate applications will have to be submitted for each of the states.