The GATE 2018 result of the candidates which got released on 16th March 2018 is used by several PSUs for recruitment of graduate trainees. ONGC, earlier in September 2017, had announced about Graduate trainee recruitment for Class 1 Executive post. The Oil and Natural Gas Company recruitment notification 2017 reads GATE 2018 score as an significant point. Applicants must note that the process of application for the ONGC graduate trainee recruitment has not advertised yet. The official notification tells the online application submission process will commence in the month of March/ April.
ONGC to hire GATE cracked job seekers to the vacant post of Assistant Executive Engineer, AEE, Chemist, Geologist, Geophysicist for Surface and Wells, Materials Management Officer, MMO, PO, Programming Officer, TP and Transport Officer.
- Following are the available disciplines for Assistant Executive Engineer post like Instrumentation, Mechanical, Production Mechanical, Cementing (Mechanical & Petroleum), Drilling Petroleum, Electrical, Electronics, Production Chemical, Production Petroleum & Reservoir.
- Applicants with UG degree in the respective engineering course, pg degree in physics, mathematics, computer science, geology, geophysics, and MTech are qualified to apply.
- Candidates should aware that the eligible degree should be only through a regular mode; however those who have pursued the degree via distance education method are too qualified to apply given their qualification is authorised by the concerned statutory bodies for employment to vacancies and services under Central govt.
- Those Candidates who are in the final year of qualifying degree are too eligible to apply.
- Presently, ONGC has not published full vacancy information.
- Candidates should be selected on the ground of GATE 2018 score, that will be utilized to filter the candidates for personal interview.
- At least 60% marks is required in the qualifying degree for being entitled to apply for ONGC recruitment.
GATE 2018 Result
After the correction of the GATE 2018 answers, the raw marks scored by a candidate was taken for computing the GATE Score. For multi-session subject papers, raw marks secured by the candidates in various sessions were calculated to Normalized marks for that specific subject. Therefore, raw marks for single session papers or normalized marks for multi session papers were required for compiling the GATE Score depending on the qualifying marks. The examination for few papers was held in multi-sessions. Thus, for these papers, a fitting normalization is used to consider any variation in the difficulty levels of the question papers in dynamic sessions. The normalization is made based on the basic assumption that “in all multi-session GATE papers, the distribution of capabilities of candidates is the same in all the sessions”.