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In this Page, You Will Find OIL INDIA LIMITED, Latest Recruitment Notification Along With Important dates, Post And Vacancies details, Eligibility Criteria, Required Qualification, Age Limit, Age relaxation, Selection Process, Application fee, Pay Scale/Salary, How-To Apply, And Direct Apply Link And Official Notification.

Oil India Limited Jobs Recruitment 2019 - Contractual Teachers Posts

Oil India Limited Jobs Recruitment Notification 2019. Oil India Limited invites applications for the positions of Contractual Teachers. Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the positions.

Important Dates:
  • Last Date for Submission of Application is on Sep 06th, 2019.

Oil India Limited Post And Vacancies Details

Post and Vacancies:
  • Contractual Teachers - 01 Post

Eligibility Criteria For Contractual Teachers at Oil India Limited

Other Qualification Details:
1. Qualification: 
  • The candidate must have passed (i) M.A. in Education with a minimum 50% marks from a Government recognized university. (ii) Must have Education as a Major subject at degree level. (iii) B Ed. from a Government recognized university.
  • 2. Contractual Emolument: The selected candidate will be paid a contractual emolument as given below with necessary deduction, as applicable: (i) Fixed emolument Rs. 14,330.00 (Rupees Fourteen Thousand Three Hundred and Thirty) only per month and (ii) Tutorial fee based on actual attendance @ Rs. 500 (Rupees Five Hundred) only per day.
  • 3. Period of Contract: The engagement will be purely on a contractual basis only The Initial period of contractual engagement will be for 06 (Six) months only. Further. the period of above contractual engagement may be extendable after the requisite interval for a subsequent period of 06 (Six) months only at a limo depending on the departmental requirement job performance, conduct, etc up to the total contractual engagement period of maximum 02 (Two) years. The total period of contract engagement will be 02 (Two) years only which will not exceed beyond under any circumstance.

  • Oil India Higher Secondary School, Duliajan 766602, Assam, India.

Selection Process:
  • 1. Interview

How to Apply:
  • 1. Interested candidates should bring the following documents on the above-scheduled date for the Walk-in-Interview : (i) Original mark-sheets, pass certificates, caste certificate (SC/ST/OBC). if applicable and other testimonials. if any. (ii) A set of self-attested photocopies of original mark-sheets. pass certificates. caste certificate (SC/ST/OBC), if applicable and other testimonials if any. (iii) 01 (one) copy of the recent passport-sized photograph. (iv) Identity Proof issued of a Government Authority. (v) No-Objection Certificate from a concerned employer in case the applicant is working in any Government Department/ Organisation/ PSU.
  • 2. On the above scheduled date of the Walk-in-Interview. the candidate(s) will have to register themselves for the Walk-in-Interview at the venue compulsorily between 07:00 A.M. to 11.00 A.M. Under no circumstance, candidate(s) Will be allowed to register beyond the timings stated hereinabove.  If the total number of candidate(s) registered for the Walk-in-Interview on the above-scheduled date is beyond the adequate limit/capacity. please note that the Walk-in-Interview for the remaining registered candidate(s) Will be carried forwarded/completed on the subsequent day(s). as required.
  • 3. The process of Walk-in-Interview will proceed as per the list of candidate(s) registered for the same.  TA/DA Will not be provided to the candidate(s) for appearing the Walk-ln-interview.  The engagement of the selected candidate on the contract will be subject to pre-engagement formalities.  Candidate working in any Government Department/ Organisation/ PSU, if selected, has to submit a release letter from the present employer.
  • 4. Any false/fake/incorrect Documents/ certificates/ testimonials or any adverse report of character and antecedents detected at any stage/time under any circumstances shall be verified from the appropriate authority and necessary action as deemed to be fit will be taken in this regard.  Canvassing in any form whether directly or indirectly shall amount to a rejection of candidature.  The above engagement is pure of contractual nature only. Accordingly. no right/ claim whatsoever will confer on the selected candidate for employment in Oil India Limited by virtue of the above contractual engagement.

Official Notification

Some Important Lesser Known Facts Of Oil India Limited 

1. What does Oil India Limited do?

In 1981, OIL became a wholly-owned Government of India enterprise. Today, OIL is a premier Indian national oil company engaged in the business of exploration, development, and production of crude oil and natural gas, transportation of crude oil and production of LPG.

2. Who is the first chairman of Oil India Limited?

Utpal Bora on Monday took over as the Chairman and Managing Director of Oil India, the country's second-biggest state-owned oil and gas explorer. Bora, who was executive director at Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) before this appointment, is the first full-time Chairman of OIL in more than a year

3. Which states have oil fields in India?

The states having oil fields in India r Andhra Pradesh, Mizoram, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Arunachal Pradesh.

4. How many oil wells are there in India?

As on 31 March 2018, India had estimated crude oil reserves of 594.49 million tonnes (MT) and natural gas reserves of 1339.57 billion cubic meters (BCM). India imports 82% of its oil needs and aims to bring that down to 67% by 2022 by replacing it with local exploration, renewable energy and indigenous ethanol fuel

5. Where is the headquarter of Oil India Limited?


6. Does India have its own oil?

India has is its own crude oil production which was at 38 million tons at its peak and currently at about 35 million tons but India's need is 198 million tons

7. Where does India buy oil from?

Saudi Arabia is the second-largest supplier of crude and cooking gas to India. India imported 36.8 million tonnes of crude oil from Saudi Arabia, accounting for 16.7% of total imports

8. How many oil refinery are there in India?

Oil Refineries
India has 18 public sector refineries and five refineries in the private sector/or as a joint venture, the largest refineries being RIL Jamnagar (Gujarat), NEL Vadinar (Gujarat) and IOC Panipat (Haryana).

9. How much oil does India produce?

Production. India produces a little under a quarter of its crude oil demand. According to the PPAC (Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell), in the fiscal year 2014 the country produced ~37,800 TMT (thousand metric tons) of crude oil. The total consumption for the year was 158,400 TMT.

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