ONGC Recruitment 2021 is notified on the official website of ONGC (oil and natural gas corporation) of India. The official website of ONGC is ongcindia.com. The recruitment is done in 3 ways in ONGC i.e. Walk-in interviews, through eligibility entrance exams and on the basis of CBT. The candidates who are eligible for the post as notified in the information brochure can simply go to give a face to face interview and get selected for the post. The national level exam results like NET, CLAT, and GATE are also accepted for recruitment. The recruitment on the basis of CBT (Computer Based Test) is done on various levels. CBT consists of 100 questions divided into 2 parts. One part has 80 questions of relevant field and the other part has 20 questions of General Ability and mental aptitude. After the result of CBT, the selection process may consist of a Skill test, Physical eligibility test, and/or physical endurance test.
ONGC Recruitment 2021
ONGC Recruitment 2021 is notified on the official website of ONGC. ONGC (oil and natural gas corporation) is an Indian origin multinational company with subsidiaries in every field of diversification. The company contributes to 70% production of domestic petroleum and natural gas. It also ranks 11th among the global energy majors of the world. Candidates can check the schedule below to know about particular notification:
|Advt. No.||ONGC Recruitment||Link|
|Doctors on a contract basis at ONGC Ankleshwar Asset||Advertisement | Application Form & Other documents|
|Medical Officer on contract basis at ONGC Cambay Asset||Notification|
|Advertisement No. AMD/MHN/CONSLT-2021(1)||Junior Consultants and Associate Consultants||Notice|
|Advt. No. –DLH/ONGCDUB/HR-ER/2020||ONGC Contract Medical Officer||Click here|
|Advt. No. 1/2020/Cont. Medics/Hazira||Engagement of Doctors on Contract Basis at ONGC Hazira||Click here|
|Advt No. 2/2020 (AHMD)||Engagement of Doctors on Contract Basis at Ahmedabad Asset||Click here | Application Form|
|Contract Medic/1/2020||Engagement of Doctors on contract basis at Ankleshwar Asset||Click here | Application Form|
|Advt. No. 1/2020 (R&P)||Engagement Of Doctors on Contract Basis||Click here | Application Form|
|ONGC/APPR/1/2020/||Engagement Of Apprentices Under The Apprentices Act, 1961||Click here | Result notice – Check here|
|02/2020||Recruitment of Doctors on Contract basis at ONGC, Jorhat||Click here|
|R&P – 02/ 2020||Walk-in-interview: Recruitment of Doctors on a |
contract basis for Rajahmundry Asset
|01/2020||Walk-in-interview : Recruitment of Doctors on|
contract basis for Cambay Asset
|–||ONGC filling up of vacant positions in ISPRL |
on a deputation basis.
|1/2020||ONGC Recruitment of GTs in HR & CC|
disciplines through UGC – NET, June 2020.
|01/2019||ONGC Non Executives Recruitment 2019, Western Sector,|
Gujarat State (07 posts/discipline)
|List of Shortlisted Candidates | Result phase 4|
|1/2019||Hazira Plant, ONGC Nagar||Click Here|
|R&P – 01/ 2019||Walk In Interview: Doctors on contract basis||Click Here|
|SS/1/CHN & KKL/2019||Chennai and Karaikal||Click Here|
|01/2019||MOMBA Basin, Kolkatta||Click Here|
|02/2019||GDMO-PART TIME||Click Here|
|4/2018(R&P)||Non- Executives for Tripura Assets||Click Here|
|01/2019(R&P)||Non- Executives for Western Sector, Gujarat||Click Here|
|02 /2019 MBA Basin||RETIRED REVENUE OFFICERS||Click Here|
|01(A)/2019(R&P)||Non-Executives of Rajasthan Kutch||Click Here|
|ONGC/APPR/1/2019/||Apprentice Recruitment||Click Here|
|2/2019 (R&P)||Assistant Legal Adviser through CLAT||Click Here|
|1/2019 (R&P)||Class 1 executive (at E1 level)||Click Here|
|01/2019||Non-Executives for Assam-2019||Click here|
|Walk-in-interview for Retired Revenue Officials||Click Here|
|3/2019 (R&P)||Recruitement through GATE 2019||Click Here|
ONGC is an Indian origin multinational company which is known as one of the largest crude oil and natural gas corporations in the world. It is also known for being the largest E&P (Exploration & Production) company in the world. It’s headquarter is situated in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. The company is a Public Sector undertaking (PSU) of the Government of India under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural gas.
ONGC contributes to 70% production of total crude oil and natural gas production. It had its registered office in New Delhi, India. The company has a unique capability in the area of Exploration & Production of crude oil, natural gas, and other related oil field refineries. The company visions to be a global leader in the integrated energy business.
History of ONGC
ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation) was founded by Shri Keshav Dev under the visionary guidance of prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru under the Geological Survey of India, in 1955. It was named the Oil and Natural Gas Commission in 1956. However, it was called a corporation later on in the year 1994. Three years after that, the corporation was counted in Navratans (Nine Jewels) of India and then had Maharatan (great jewels) status in the year 2010.
ONGC established its first Institute of Drilling Technology in 1978 in Dehradoon which had its core expertise for R&D in Drilling and Exploration & Production. The first-ever international subsidiary after State Bank of India was of ONGC. ONGC Videsh is the international arm of ONGCc which made it an Indian origin multinational company.
Year1999 marks one of the biggest achievements for ONGC when GAIL the only gas marketing company agreed to have a cross holding of each others’ stock. In 2002-03, ONGC took over MRPL (Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemical Limited) from A V Birla group and diversified its downstream sector group. The company has been into Exploration and Production work long and is searching for more in the same field.
Awards and Recognitions of ONGC
Following are some of the rewards and recognition of ONGC:
- Top employer in the energy sector in India, Randstad Awards 2013
- One of the 12 winners of “golden peacock award 2014” for its CSR practices
- One of the 24 winners of “golden peacock award 2013”
- Ranked 155th in Forbes Global 200 in 2012
- Ranked 39th in the world’s 105 largest listed companies for its transparency in corporate reporting”
- Conferred Navratna status in 1997
- Had Maharatna status in 2010
- Ranked 82nd in India’s most trusted brands by brand trust report 2012
- Won Greentech Excellence Award in 2013 in the platinum category
- Ranked 191st among India’s most trusted brand in 2013.
ONGC has its subsidiaries in every level of business in the energy field. Following are the name of subsidiaries of ONGC on the basis of their basic functions:
- Overseas E&P: ONGC Videsh is the main subsidiary in international trade and it has other joint ventures and subsidiaries of itself as well. Following are the subsidiaries of ONGC Videsh:
- ONGC Nile Ganga BV
- ONGC Narmada ltd.
- NGC Amazon Alaknanda ltd.
- Jarpeno ltd.
- Carabobo one AB
The company also has a joint venture named OMEL (ONGC Mineral Energy Ltd.)
- Refinery: ONGC has 2 subsidiaries in the functional diversification of refinery which are
- ONGC MRPL
- Hindustan Petroleum
- Power: The company has 100% of its resources of power division in OTPC also called the ONGC Tripura Power Company.
- Value Chain: There are 3 subsidiaries in value chain management which are:
- OPAL (ONGC Petroleum Addition Limited)
- OMPL (ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Limited)
- Petronet LNG Ltd.
- Service and others: There are 3 subsidiaries in this field of diversification:
- Petronet MHB Ltd.
- ONGC TERI Biotech Ltd.
- ONGC PHHL
- SEZ: There are 2 of SEZ (special economic zone) subsidiaries of ONGC which are:
ONGC Institute of Drilling Technology
The Institute of Drilling Technology was set up in Dehradun in 1978. The institute focuses on Exploration and Production (E&P) activities of the company. The company also institute also imparts training & disseminates the knowledge required for developing a qualified and cost-effective workforce. The school of IDT is also accredited by the International Well Control Forum. Over the years, the institute has expertise in giving techno-economical solutions for the problems faced by ONGC.PSU Recruitment
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