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EESL Engineer (Technical) Selection Process:
The Selection Procedure of the Exam will be as follows:
- Written Exam
- GD & Interview
The following process would be adopted for selection of candidates:
Online written examination to be conducted in multiple centers* in major cities across the country followed by GD,(wherever applicable), and Interview. Date of Written exam and examination pattern, admit card details would be shared separately on EESL website. No GD/Interview shall be conducted for Assistant and Data Entry Operators positions and candidates will be selected based on the merit in written exam. Skill test may be taken for Assistant and Data Entry Operator positions.
* Candidates shall be given option to choose amongst the Test Centers/ Venue for upto 3 choices. However, EESL reserves the right to add or cancel any city/center depending upon the no. of candidates choosing a particular city/center.
Group Discussion shall be conducted in the ratio of 1:15, wherever applicable, (for one position top fifteen candidates scoring highest marks in online based written examination will be called for GD/Interview). For example, for the post of Deputy Manager , there is one vacancy, so top 15 candidates scoring highest marks in online based written examination would be called for Group Discussion. Similarly, for AM position, there are two vacancies, so out of candidates who applied for this post and appeared in written examination, 30 top candidates who secure highest marks would be called for Group Discussion.
Based on the performance/marks in the written exam the candidates shall be shortlisted for GD in the following manner :
|Weightage for Marks in Written Exam (80%)||Weightage for total experience (10%)||Weightage for PSU Experience: (10%)|
|Explanation : assuming the maximum marks is 100|
|Max: Upto 80 marks||More than or equal to 200% of Prescribed experience : 10 marks
More than or Equal to 175% of Prescribed experience : 8 marks
More than or Equal to 150% of Prescribed experience : 7 marks
More than or Equal to 125% of Prescribed experience : 6 marks
Total Executive Experience equal to Min. Prescribed Experience: 5 Marks
|If PSU experience is more than or equal to prescribed work experience : 10 marks
If PSU experience is more than or equal to 75% of prescribed work experience : 8 marks
If PSU experience is more than or equal to 50% of prescribed work experience : 5 marks
If PSU experience is more than or equal to 25% of prescribed work experience : 3 marks
Wherein Post Qualification Experience required is Nil, therein the final selection shall be done on the basis of merit in the written exam followed by GD/Interview
The following weightage would be assigned for Written Examination, GD & Interview for the purpose of final selection of candidates except Assistant and DEO position :-
|Parameter for Final Selection||Weightage (Percentage)|
After the Final Interview, a panel of candidates on merit would be prepared and the appointment(s) shall be offered to the candidates in the order of merit.
Examination Pattern for Middle and Junior level position: