Apply for 17 Apprentice Vacancy in IREL: Eligibility, How to apply and other details below

IREL (Indian Rare Earths Limited) has floated applications for 17 Apprentice Vacancies across the Trade and Technician category. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for these posts by 15 September 2022.

For those unaware, IREL is a Mini Ratna Category-I Central PSU (Public Sector Undertaking) under the Administrative Control of the Department of Atomic Energy.

Candidates having relevant qualifications like ITI/Diploma in concerned trades can apply for these posts. Once shortlisted, they will be called for document verification in the order of merit.

Last Date for Submission of IREL Apprentice Vacancy 2022 Application:

15 September 2022

How to Apply for IREL Apprentice Recruitment 2022

Candidates have to register themselves on the following portals before applying. Below are the details!

For Trade Apprentices

  • Candidates must register themselves at http://www.apprenticeshipindia.org

It is the Portal of the Ministry of Skill Development And Entrepreneurship, Government of India.

For Diloma Holder/Technician Apprentices

  • Candidates must register themselves at http://www.mhrdnats.gov.in

It comes under the National Apprenticeship Training Scheme of MHRD.

Once registered, you can apply for the apprenticeship vacancy on the same site.

Vacancy Details of IREL Apprentice Recruitment 2022

Trade Apprentices – 15 Vacancies

Fitter – 4 posts

Eligibility: ITI Passed in Fitter trade

Electrician – 5 posts
Eligibility: ITI Passed in the Electrician trade

Turner – 1 post
Eligibility: ITI Passed in the Turner trade

Mechanic (Motor Vehicle) – 1 post
Eligibility: ITI Passed in Mechanic (Motor Vehicle) trade

Welder – 2 posts

Eligibility: ITI Passed in the Welder trade

PASAA – 2 posts
Eligibility: ITI Passed in Computer Operator and Programming Assistant trade

Diploma OR Technician Apprentice- 2 Vacancies

Mechanical – 1 post
Eligibility: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Electrical – 1 post
Eligibility: Diploma in Electrical Engineering

What is the difference between ITI and Diploma Courses?

  • ITI (Industrial Training Institute) courses are short-term certificate courses meant for learning vocational skills just after class 8 or 10 and looking for jobs in small/medium scale industry as a craftsman.
  • Whereas, Engineering/Polytechnic colleges offer diplomas in a particular branch of engineering that is pursued by students after passing class 10th or 12th.

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(With Inputs from careerindia)