Karnataka Power Corporation Limited (KPCL) Invites Applications for the following posts in its Power Projects & Stations.

Last date for online application:

January 20, 2010 [5 pm]

1. Assistant Engineer (Civil)


BE (Civil) or AMIE in Civil Engineering



2. Assistant Engineer (Electrical)


BE (Electrical) or AMIE in Electrical Engineering


70 Posts

3. Assistant Engineer (Mechanical)


BE (Mechanical) or AMIE in Mechanical Engineering


70 Posts

4. Assistant Engineer (Instrumentation)


BE (Instrumentation) or BE (Instrumentation Technology)


25 posts

5. Junior Engineer (Electrical)


Three years Diploma in Electrical Engineering


60 Posts

6. Junior Engineer (Mechanical)


Three years Diploma in Mechanical Engineering


50 Posts

Application Fee:

SC/ST: Rs. 100

Others: Rs. 200

In form of a Demand Draft (DD) drawn in favour of “Karnataka Power Corporation Limited”, payable at Bangalore.

Pay Scale:

Asst. Engineer: Rs. 8835-19935

Junior Engineer: Rs. 6685-18435

How to Apply:

Only online (through computer) application will be accepted. No application will be accepted through post, personal delivery, courier or any other mode. Send Printed application titled “SUBMITTED ONLINE APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF <Post Code> ON < Date> VIDE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT NO <Ack. No.>”

E-mail Address:

kpclrecruit@karnatakapower.com, kpclrecruit@gmail.com

Help Line Nos:

080-22354372 (Land Line), 9449598925 (Mobile)

Registered Office:

No.82, Shakti Bhavan, Race Course Road, Bangalore – 560 001

EPABX No: 080 - 22269930-37

Direct Telephone Lines: 080 - 22267733 080 - 22201820

Selection Procedure:

A written test will be conducted at Bangalore.

Written Test will be in Technical subjects (subject to passing Kannada Language Test).

Selection will be made based on the average marks obtained in the qualifying examination (50%) and marks obtained in the written test (50%) duly following the reservation of posts notified.

Kannada Language Test (Qualifying):

Candidates who have not studied Kannada as one of the subjects in SSLC or equivalent examination or where medium of instruction is not Kannada in SSLC or equivalent exam, they have to pass a Kannada Language Test. The Kannada Language Test will be held prior to the technical written test on the same day. Those who pass the Kannada Language test are only eligible to appear for Technical Written Test.

Written Test (Technical)

Duration: 2 Hours

Marks: 100

Type: Objective Multiple Choice


The exam will test the knowledge of the candidates in the relevant technical subjects. Questions will be objective type with multiple choice answers.

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