What are the eligible engineering branches for AEE Vacancy ONGC?

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Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) Limited keeps inviting the online applications for the recruitment of Graduate Trainees in Engineering & Geo-Sciences Posts through GATE exam. Since the last couple of years, PSUs including ONGC conduct their recruitment process on the basis of GATE scores. Before that PSUs used to conduct a joint entrance exam for the PSU Recruitment. Interested and eligible candidates will need to register and apply online according to the schedule.

ONGC Eligible engineering branches

The eligible engineering branches for AEE Vacancy ONGC are as following:

  • AEE (Cementing) Petroleum - Degree in Petroleum Engineering.
  • AEE (Civil) - Degree in Civil Engineering.
  • AEE (Drilling) Mechanical - Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • AEE (Drilling) Petroleum - Degree in Petroleum Engineering.
  • AEE (Electrical) - Degree in Electrical Engineering.
  • AEE (Electronics) - Degree in Electronics Engineering.
  • AEE (Instrumentation) - Degree in Instrumentation Engineering.
  • AEE (Mechanical) - Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • AEE (Production) Mechanical - Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • AEE (Production) Petroleum - Degree in Petroleum Engineering / Applied Petroleum Engineering.
  • AEE (Production) Chemical - Degree in Chemical Engineering.
  • AEE (Reservoir) - Post Graduate Degree in Geophysics.
  • Chemist - Post Graduate in Chemistry.
  • Geologist - Post Graduate Degree in Geophysics.
  • Geophysicist (Surface) - Post Graduate Degree in Geophysics.
  • Geophysicist (Wells) - Post Graduate Degree in Geophysics.
  • Materials Management Officer - Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Programming Officer - Degree in Computer Engineering.
  • Transport Officer - Degree in Auto Engineering.

Note: Applicant must have a minimum of 60% marks in their relevant disciplines. There should be no backlogs during the graduation.

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