DRDO recruitment 2021 will be conducted soon for 150 apprentice vacancies at the Defence Research and Development Organisation’s centre Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE). There are a total of 150 apprentice vacancies available wherein selected candidates will be engaged for a period of one year. Those selected will be paid a stipend of up to Rs 9000 based on their qualifications and experience.
Who can Apply for DRDO Recruitment 2021?
As per the notification that is expected to be made available from 5 January 2021 onwards on the official DRDO website under the “what’s new” section, there are a total of 150 apprentice vacancies available at GTRE. The details of the vacancies and the qualifications required are as follows:
|Name of vacancy||Qualification required||Number of vacancies|
|Graduate apprentice trainees||Degree in engineering or technology, BE, BTech or equivalent, in the relevant field granted by a statutory University by an institution empowered to award such degrees by an Act of Parliament||80|
|Diploma apprentice trainees||Diploma in engineering or technology in the relevant field granted by a state council or board of technical educational established by a state government, university, and so on||30|
|ITI apprentice trainees||Certificate in vocational Course involving two years of study after the completion of the secondary stage of school education recognised by the All India Council for Technical education||40|
The minimum age to apply for the vacancies is 18 years, and the maximum age is 27 years for unreserved category, 30 years for OBC, 37 years for persons with disabilities, and 32 years for SC or ST.
How to Apply for DRDO Recruitment 2021?
Those who wish to apply for the vacancies are advised to wait for the official notification to be made available on the DRDO website. The probable starting date for online application is 5 January 2021, and the probable last date for online application in 29 January 2021, as per the notification.
Update: Online Applications for the 150 Vacancies have begun on the RAC website. More details have been provided here.