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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    NPCIL Recruitment Exam
  • Mode of Conduction
    Online/Offline
  • Exam Duration
    2 hours
  • Official Website
    https://npcilcareers.co.in/
  • Total Marks
    300
  • Total No. of Questions
    100
  • Marking Scheme
    Every correct answer will carry 3 marks and each wrong answer will lead to a negative marking, that is, one mark will be deducted as a penalty.
  • Exam Dates
    To be announced
Eligibilty Criteria

The candidates must check the NPCIL Eligibility Criteria before applying for any post under NPCIL Recruitment 2022. The candidates must have the prescribed educational qualifications and must fulfil the age criteria to apply for the various jobs offered by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited. The NPCIL Eligibility Criteria is discussed below in detail.

NPCIL Eligibility: Educational Qualifications

The candidates must have the specified educational qualification for each NPCIL post as mentioned below:

Name of the Post Educational Qualifications
Fixed Term Civil Engineer Candidates shall have completed their graduation (B.E / B. Tech / B. Sc. Engineering) in Civil Engineering with a minimum of 60% marks.
Fixed Term Electrical Engineer Candidates shall have completed their graduation (B.E / B. Tech / B. Sc. Engineering) in Electrical Engineering with a minimum of 60% marks.
Fixed Term Mechanical Engineer Candidates shall have completed their graduation (B.E / B. Tech / B. Sc. Engineering) in Mechanical Engineering with a minimum of 60% marks.
Fixed Term C & I – CS / IS Engineer Candidates shall have completed their graduation (B.E / B. Tech / B. Sc. Engineering) in Computer Science Engineering with a minimum of 60% marks OR Information Science Engineering with a minimum of 60% marks.
Deputy Chief Fire Officer Candidates shall have completed HSC (10+2) in Science with Chemistry or equivalent with at least 50% of marks + Passed Divisional Officers Course from the National Fire Service College. Candidates must possess the experience of 6 years as Station Officer. OR Candidates must have completed B.E. in Fire Engineering with at least 02 years of experience as a Station Officer.
Station Officer / A Candidates shall have completed HSC (10+2) in Science with Chemistry or equivalent with at least 50% of marks + Valid Heavy Vehicle Driving License + Passed Station Officer's Course from the National Fire Service College with at least 5 years of experience as Sub Officer. OR B.E. in Fire Engineering. For this, no experience is required.
Medical Officer / D (Specialists) (Physician, Paediatrician, General Surgeon and Radiologist) Candidates must hold M. S. / M. D. or any equivalent degree from a recognised University in the concerned speciality.
Medical Officer / D (Dental Surgeon) Candidates must have completed MDS – Prosthodontist from a recognised University.
Medical Officer / C (GDMO) Candidates must possess an MBBS degree along with the relevant PG Diploma including DRM or equivalent degree from a recognised University. OR MBBS from a recognised University along with one year of post-qualification relevant experience.
  • The above mentioned educational qualifications can be replaced by the five-year Integrated M-Tech with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks in relevant disciplines.
  • Apart from these, the candidates must also have valid GATE Scores in their respective streams.
  • For the post of Medical Officers, the period of mandatory internship will not be counted as experience. Only candidates with institutional experience will be preferred.
Exam Pattern

The NPCIL authorities conduct the written or the online examination for the selection of the candidates to be eligible for the personal interview. It depends on the decision of the NPCIL whether the written exam will be conducted for the respective post or not.

However, NPCIL has made it clear in its guidelines that the written / online test, if conducted, shall be only for shortlisting the candidates for the personal interview and document verification and it shall be given no weightage during the final selection of the candidates.

  • The written/online test shall carry a total of 300 marks. The question paper will consist of 100 questions that are to be attempted in two hours.
  • Every correct answer will carry 3 marks and each wrong answer will lead to a negative marking, that is, one mark will be deducted as a penalty.
  • The qualifying marks (out of 300) for the written / online test is 100 marks for the general category candidates and 90 marks for the reserved category, that is, SC / ST / OBC / PwBD.
  • The candidates qualifying in the written / online test shall only be shortlisted for the final personal interview.
  • Candidates will be shortlisted for the interview in the ratio of 1:6 based on the number of applications received.
  • Other important details about the test centres, the pattern of the test, syllabus etc. shall be communicated to candidates separately via email as these are the dynamic information.
Syllabus

If NPCIL conducts the written exam, then the candidates are advised to study the given subjects in detail in respect to the specific post they are applying for.

The subjects that one needs to keep in focus are:

NPCIL Syllabus: Quantitative Aptitude

Simplification, Pie Chart, Algebra, Data Interpretation, Geometry and Trigonometry, Fundamental Arithmetical operation, Number System, Average and Percentages, Statistics and Mensuration, Time & Work, Simple & Compound Interest, Area, Profit & Loss, Problem on Ages, HCF & LCM, Time & Speed, Bar Graph, and Investment

NPCIL Syllabus: General Awareness

Indian Economy, Indian Politics, Famous Books & Authors, Artists, Geography, Current Affairs, Environmental Issues, Biology, Indian Parliament, Famous Places in India, General Science, Famous Days & Dates, Tourism, Sports, Civics, Literature, Indian History, Countries and Capitals, Heritage, Inventions and Discoveries and Rivers, Lakes and, Seas.

NPCIL Syllabus: English

Synonyms and Antonyms, Sentence Improvement, Sentence Arrangement, Substitution, Prepositions, Idioms and Phrases, Passage Completion, Fill in the blanks, Spotting Errors, Transformation, Passage Completion, Spotting Errors, Active and Passive Voice, Error Correction, Spelling Test, and Joining Sentences.

NPCIL Syllabus: Other Concerned Subjects as per the posts

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Medical Science
  • Fire and Safety Engineering
  • Management

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