GAIL Recruitment Procedure
GAIL Recruitment Procedure
GAIL is the abbreviation for Gas Authority of India Limited. It is a gas utility company. The company deals into transportation of gas through pipeline and manufacturing of basic chemicals, plastic and synthetic rubber in primary forms, fertilizer and nitrogen compounds, extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas and electric power generation, transmission and distribution. GAIL has its presence across the world in form of various subsidiaries like GAIL Gas limited, Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited, GAIL Global in Singapore and USA. The various sectors included in GAIL’s array are:
• Natural gas trading
• LPG and other Liquid hydrocarbons
• Transmission services
• City Gas distribution and Un – allocable
The company also is involved into marketing of:
• Naphtha and by – products of polymer plant like MFO, Propylene and Hydrogenated C4 mix.
• Gas Processing Unit Products
• Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG)
The selection procedure of GAIL includes, the candidates have to go through a written test. The written paper consists of 2 sections, that is the domain knowledge which is for 100 marks and the other section is that of Aptitude and General Awareness which is for 50 marks. The topics covered in the written test paper are:
• Digital Design,
• Network Theory,
• Digital and Analogue communication,
• Electrical measurements,
• Electronics measurements,
• Optical communication,
• Microwave and other electronic devices.
Once you have cleared the written test exam, you proceed to appear for the Group Discussion round and lastly it’s the personal HR interview round.
The questions in the technical section of the written test paper cover the topics like, questions on image signal frequency, finding decimal equivalent, questions on feedback gain formula, etc.
Some of the questions observed in the general knowledge section are:
• Questions based on comprehension.
• Fill in the blanks by choosing the same option
• Which of the following is not a west flowing river?
• Who created the symbol of rupee?
• Questions based on age problems.
• Problems based on Compound Interest.
In the Group Discussion round you will be poised with a current affair topic which you will be required with the other group members. The aim of conducting this round is to analyse the communication and listening skills of the candidate. Once you have scored the minimum cut off percentage allotted for this round you are then applicable for the personal round of interview.
The personal round of interview is the last and final round of interview. The main motive to conduct this round is to analyse the personal behaviour and attitude of the candidate. The questions in this round are covering the technical sections and general topics mentioned in your CV. The final selection of the candidate is based on the aggregate marks scored by you in all the three rounds.
The most effective way to clear all the rounds in GAIL is by being well prepared in terms to your technical knowledge and being updated by the current affairs happening in and around you. Be confident while answering the questions.
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