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									                   PAKISTAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION
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     TRAINING TO BE HELD AT KINPOE (KARACHI) & CHASCENT (MIANWALI)
Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) offers one-year (three semesters) Post Diploma Training Program
(PDTP) in Nuclear Power Plant Technology to Associate Engineers having three-year Diploma (DAE) / graduates
of 2-year Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree. Training will be held in Karachi at Karachi Institute of Power
Engineering (KINPOE), and in Mianwali at CHASNUPP Centre of Nuclear Training (CHASCENT) simultaneously. The
training is expected to start in November 2012. Selection will be based on academic qualifications, aptitude
test and interview.
                                                        ELIGIBILITY.
Pakistani or AJK Nationals who fulfill the following criteria may apply:
1. Three-year Diploma of Associate Engineer in one of the following technologies, recognized by Board of
   Technical Education with first division (i.e. minimum 60% marks) in SSC and DAE
   1. Chemical        2. Computer             3. Electrical   4. Electronics     5. Mechanical 6. Civil

     Candidates having Diploma in any other field must have to attach Equivalence Certificate from respective
     Board of Technical Education stating that their DAE is equivalent to any one of the above advertised fields.
                                                          OR
     Two-year Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree with combination of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics only,
     from a University recognized by HEC, with 1St division (i.e. at least 60 % marks) in SSC, HSC and B.Sc.

2. Date of birth should be either on or after 15-11-1987.

3.    Candidates whose final year result is awaited and they expect to get 1st division may also apply but
      completion of their diploma/degree requirements must be completed before joining otherwise they will not
      be allowed to join.

                                                  HOW TO APPLY
     Candidates are required to submit application form along with two passport size photographs, a Bank Draft /
     Pay Order of Rs. 500/= in favor of “KINPOE, KANUPP, Karachi” as application processing fee (non refundable)
     and two self addressed envelopes with postal stamps of Rs. 20 affixed on each. The bank draft may be
     obtained preferably from any branch of the NBP. Sample test and Admit Card for the Written Test will be sent
     only to the eligible candidates. Time and location of the Written Test will be given with the Admit Card and can
     also be seen at our website www.kinpoe.edu.pk. Candidates presently serving in Government / Autonomous /
     Semi-Autonomous organizations must apply through proper channel.
                         FINANCIAL SUPPORT AND FACILITIES DURING STUDIES
       Stipend of Rs. 7500/- per month.
       Free bachelor hostel accommodation to outstation trainees only, subject to availability.
       Free Indoor treatment and transport facility to trainees only.
                               CAREER AFTER COMPLETION OF THE COURSE.
       No job guarantee is being provided, however most of the successful trainees may be appointed
        anywhere in PAEC as Tech-I / SA-I, in SPS-4 (Rs. 11,080-680-31,480) with advance increments and
        admissible allowances. For details, please visit our website. www.kinpoe.edu.pk,

                 Submission Deadline                                  Head, Joint Admission Cell
               March 12, 2012, (Monday)                       Karachi Institute of Power Engineering (KINPOE)
                                                                  Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP)
                    Admission Test                        P.O. Box 3183, Paradise Point, Hawks Bay Road, Karachi
                 May 06, 2012 (Sunday)                                     Ph: 021-99207010

                 . Written Tests and interviews are
                 expected to start in major cities of
                 Pakistan in June 2008

								
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