Name of the post: Graduate Apprentices
Qualification : Engineering Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Instrumentation,Chemical and Computer Engineering.
Age limit : Candidate should not have crossed 25 years as on 01.08.2016.
1. APPLICATION NEED NOT TO BE SENT.
2. Age relaxation for SC, ST, OBC and PH candidates is allowed as per rules (PWD candidates will be considered for selection to Computer discipline Apprenticeship only.)
3. The stipend and period of training will be as per Apprentice Act (Period of Training – One Year, Stipend Rs.4984/- per month for Graduate Apprentices.
4. Candidates must bring with them the originals and one set of attested copies of the
following documents / certificates.
i) Proof of date of birth (SSLC)
ii) 2 copies of Passport size photos
iii) Degree Certificate and Mark list.
iv) Caste Certificate in the case of SC/ST/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer Certificate)
(Issued latest by 6 months and by an officer not less than the rank of a
v) Disability Certificate (for PH candidates) from competent Medical Board.
6. Candidates should register themselves in the online web portal of Board of Apprenticeship Training (www.mhrdnats.gov.in) under ‘Student’ category. Candidates with student ID in National Apprenticeship Training Scheme (NATS) only will be permitted for the written exam.
7. The written test (with respect to the Branch studied and multiple choice type) will be conducted at FACT Training Centre, Udyogamandal near Kalamassery – Kochi. Test will be of one hour duration.
Last Date of Walk in : 27 to 30/06/2016, 01/07/2016.
Agriculture has always been the mainstay of our people and we have been tilling the land and reaping the harvests for hundreds of years. This naturally found us in a situation where the land was becoming les and les bountiful. The yield was getting lower and lower and in the early half of 20th century we found we had to depend on imports to meet out minimum food grain requirement. The simple truth that land had been losing its fertility through long years of repeated cultivation dawned on us much too late. What we were putting back in the form of organic manure was hardly adequate to replenish the soil or to correct the imbalance on the fertility status of the land under cultivation. Advanced countries elsewhere has discovered the answer to this problem in chemical fertilisers and some of the large scale farming entrepreneurs like foreign owned plantations in India also were importing chemical fertilisers for their own use.
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