NTPC Executive Trainees HR-Finance vacancy 2012

NTPC JobsNational Thermal Power Limited (NTPC)
NTPC Bhawan, Scope Complex, 7, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003
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NTPC is looking for 60 no. of Promising, Energetic Young Professionals with a brilliant academic record to join NTPC as Executive Trainees in the areas of :
  • Executive Trainees: 60  posts (Human Resources (HR) - 25, Finance - 35) (UR-23, OBC-15, SC-7, ST-15), Age:  Upper Age limit is 29 years as on 21/03/2012


Selection Process: The All India Online Test is scheduled on 14/04/2012 & 15/04/2012. Shortlisted candidates will be called for GD and Personal Interview.

The scale of Pay:  Rs.24900-3%-50500

Application Fee: Deposit Rs. 500/- in any branch of SBI  in A/c. no. 30987919993 for General and OBC candidates (No fee for SC/ST/PH candidates) through pay-in-slip available at the website.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates have to apply only through Online registration system of NTPC from 1300 hours of 01/03/2012 to midnight of 21/03/2012. After applying online, the candidate is required to download the registration slip generated by the system with a unique registration number. Candidates are required to keep the printout of the Registration slip which will be required at the time of Group Discussion and Personal Interview if shortlisted for.

Please visit http://www.ntpccareers.net/homehrfin.php for details and apply online from 1300 hours of 01/03/2012 to midnight of 21/03/2012.

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65 Comments

  1. Mba finance are not eligible for finance executive post. why? if they are making mba in hr as a qualification for hr executive than mba finance must be a qualification for financve executive why this is not had been made

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  2. you are not authorised to fix criteria of recruitment for the post of finance executive.

    Regards

    D N Nagpal
    GM- Finance

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  3. agree with u ....but wht v cn do now...?

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  4. file RIT in court... they will b bound to recall it... not RTI.. it's RIT.

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  5. manisha ji i'am completed M.Sc. electronics than i can fill these application form please suggestion me. thanks

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  6. manisha ji i'am completed M.Sc. electronics than i can fill these application form please suggestion me. thanks

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  7. its a very gud opportunity for HR..

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  8. .............

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  9. B.E. IT branch is eiligible?

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  10. Not only MBA(Finance) but other courses too related to Finance should be included...

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  11. NTPC is not aware of the quqlity of an M.Com Finance guy...We are far better than MBAs who thinks as if they knw evrythng...

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  12. MBA Finance not equal to CA or ICWA ,one can know it by comparing the percentage of result and no. of quality professionals in both stream

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  13. Are icwai final students eligible for the post?I have completed ICWAI final 1 and final 2 will give in june 2012..Am I eligible for the post? kindly reply.

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  14. i am doing mba hr 4th sem from sikkim manipal university distance education
    am i eligible ???
    can ny1 help ????

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  15. MBA Finance are eligible for finance executive post

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  16. i did PGDM with marketing specl..am i eligible for the HR post..plz help..

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  17. I SUBMITTED THE FORM IN NTPC WEBSITE BUT HOW COULD I GET MY REGISTRATION SLIP,PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

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  18. i am pursuing MBA Finance final semester.....am i eligible for the post???

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  19. But sir at time of NTPC Online Registration for the Finance post in colom of qualification you cant find mba option their is only CA & ICWA.
    so i want to ask mba finance is eligbile for finance post or not ?

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  20. who is equal to whom cant be judge by the type of education but by the knowledge so whether its a mcom in finance or mba in finance just fight in a competition and get your seat instead of fighting here.
    nd i know what ca and icwa level is but my question is if they r making mba hr eligible then why not mba finance, post r same, pay scale is same than why...

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  21. I MISS ALL?
    EXAMINATION

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  22. There is no use of doing MBA(Finance)as its not comparable with CA/ICWA qualification.

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  23. Dear all, let me want to put an end to this useless debate. Do you know in general what is the Standard of MBA in our country. Any Tom-Dick Harry passing from any University is standing in queue for job. Except IIMs and few Business School quality of MBA is very poor. And if you are MBA from IIMs or like then there is no scope for you in PSU. You deserve better pay package. MBA person don't know much about accounting, Accounting standards by ICAI, Income Tax Laws, Custom, Excise, Company Law, Other Commercial Laws, Financial Management. Do they? If they know this then very elementary. CA/ICWA qualification is not a cup of tea for everyone. It require lot of hardwork and luck. So no comparison at all. So far MBA HR is concerned, In India there is no bigger qualification for HR. Thus it is being considered. I suggest all guy who are having MBA Finance qualification that you just self judge yourself, you will get answer. I am Chartered Accountant working with NTPC Group

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  24. can a person who is in 4 sem of mba
    (hr) can apply for ds post

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  25. Thank you sir

    And I am 100% agree with you.

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  26. sir im pursuring mba(hr)final sem..ma average percnt is 64.2...cn u tel me that im eligble for this...

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  27. Dear all,

    I am a MBA Graduate having dual specialization in Finance as main and HR. Am i eligible for apply for the post in HR....Pls let me know abt it........?

    Saju

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  28. Soumyadeep Sen4/3/12 8:27 PM

    This is to inform you that there is a misconception between MBA and CA/ICWA.MBAs deserve to get a job in a corporate because they think from the broad point of view not only they have the technical knowledge but also overall running of the business.Without an MBA A business cannot run and if there is no business then there is no point of recruiting CA/ICWA.And more importantly they have the communication skill,managing ability which a CA/ICWA lack very much.So please tell your respective institute to groom in those sections and then compare.MBAs study quite hard they need to study more than 32 subjects in just two year and that is not a piece of cake for your informations bunch of fuckers.

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  29. sir 10+2 kiye hai filal ba part 2 mai hai kya mai apply kr sakta hun

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  30. Is there any relaxation in percentage for HR as i got 64.44% and i belongs to SC Category ....can i apply for HR position please seggest....

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  31. Dear Friends it's not about which qualification is better , every qualification carries it's own merits & demerits .
    In India the supply of workforce is so high that the companies are forced to recruit members of those institutes only which offer specialization with low passing percentage ...Passing percentage of CA was only 23% whereas passing percentage in ICWAI (Now ICAI-CMA) was at drastic rate of 4.75% ...even then both the institutes together can supply adeqaute workforce to meet market demand ...well 4 years course having 3 years of practical training cant be compared with 2 years MBA including 2 months of summer internship ...Harsh reality is that MBA stands nowhere in comparison to CA or CMA(prvsly cwa)...but when u see global standards even bachelors in Finance is getting 5 times more than we professionals are getting here in India....So, never take MBA as valueless ,it's not your fault it's socio-economic factor which is decreasing the value of mba...

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  32. i dont understand what ur all saying .. let me clear u all MBA finance student r not eligible for the post of Executive trainee...plz do reply guys
    regards
    ashwini

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  33. i am 12th passed and having 3 years diploma in garments technology. Can i apply for this post?

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  34. are general category eligible?

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  35. Mr. account in ntpc so many questione have put for quetioning the ability of the mba(finance) candidates. is to true thniking? I am sure you must say no. because it is not the proper to judge the person unless the concern mba finacne personal call for interveiw and give them opprtunity to present themselves.

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  36. Dear All,

    I know my question regarding the ability of MBA Finance has hurted a lot. But let me tell you the fact. There are N number of Institutes offering MBA/Finance degree with guaranteed passing the course by hook or crook. I never challanged the ability of MBA/Finance who have passed from Good B-Schools. Rather they deserve better pay packages in Corporates. But other than those the quality of MBA/Finance is well known. I was also supposed to do MBA in 1999, But due to ill health problem couldn't give written test. After 3-4 months I received call from different institutes that based on your application I was selected for MBA Course on payment basis of Rs.25000/- per semester. Then I joined CA. Now my question- Can any body guarantee passing CA course? Admission is very easy but exit is very tough. So all my younger collegues are advised to judge yourself and give best answer to yourself. Passing MBA from wrong institute or university may harm their career.

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  37. when u throw a stone in any direction u will get an mba gratude there...mba standard is very poor in india except in iim and certain other premium bschool

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  38. then why these WRONG INSTITUTES are there in the society which are harming the student's career.... is there no use of taking MBA degree from them

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  39. I'm doing MBA in finance and I'm in fourth semester. can i eligible to apply in this vacancy .. please tell me ( gouravjn50@gmail.com )

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  40. why we do mba with finance when it is worthless......!! shem !

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  41. NANDITA SARMA8/3/12 10:01 AM

    I have already compleated MBA speacialization in Marketing Also I HAVE ONE YEAR experience in AIRCEL TELECOM. Can I eligible to apply

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  43. Who told CWA people are knowing costing standards and not an MBA. We all misunderstand the qualification with knowledge. You NTPC guys are having entrance test and an interview to select a canditate right. Then why you are more bothered on MBA-Finance or ICWA&CA. Idiotic CWA...

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  44. Hi friends lets be clear about one thing first, we are discussing about the criteria for application and not selection, if CA/ICWA guys are smart enough, then slug it out in open competition and beat the MBA-fin guys.
    As far as Pass percentage of exam is considered as mark of intellect, then its lower for CA/ICWA because only losers opt for these degrees in the first place. These are the guys who got low marks in high school, and were pushed into a non-science class, so that they can pass in boards. Globally, top financial investors, investment bankers and even entrepreneurs are MBA Fin guys.
    Anyways the point is, if you are so smart, then put the hardest fucking paper you can dream of, and let the competition decide whose the fucking best.
    And I am seriously amused by the fact that GM of NTPC has so much free time to actually post something anonymously here. Must've been a loser CA/ICWA :P

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  45. To KRK ,

    By your way of putting your thoughts you seem to be very desperate. But showing your helpless n desperate situation wont chaange the reality. Toppers of Commerce students join CA Courses alongwith regular BCom. I think you havent been to any DU Comm College

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  46. there is no point in arguing who is best or not. the point here is ntpc is recruiting and they r the supreme authority of eligibility criteria etc.dont waste ur time by arguing with the unseen, rather try ur best in the where u r studying now. dont forget ntpc is not the single company in the market place there r several other company who r recruiting mba -finance

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  47. FOR EXECUTIVE AGE LIMIT SHOULD BE 20-25 ONLY AND IT IS OF 29 IN NTPC ,PLEASE REPLY

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  48. Dear KRK,

    You are right when you refer that globally financial investor, banker etc prefer MBA Finance. But dear its not all MBA Finance Person who find place in those institution. I already specified that its the MBA from good Business Schools who deserves even better pay package than CA/CWA. Rest MBA Finance person are no where in competition in comparison to CA/CWA. And so far your assessment regarding Commerce student is concerned, I must say its very poor and pathetic. You are not aware that these days Commerce is one of the most liked stream by the toppers of High School. Even getting admission in good commerce college is very tough and require very high percentage. Now let me tell you one fact- you will not find any person who is sitting jobless after passing CA Exam (Unless Almighty decide something else). Person will immediately find job either with the Audit Firm or Industry. So unemployment is almost nil. There are only 140000 CA in India and you better know that more than this MBA Finance are graduating every year. So no comparison. And instead of arguing you should understand that each organisation decide the qualification based on job requirement. And if one of Maharatna of Govt of India is selecting such qualification then there must be merit of that qualification.

    So try to accept the truth of life rather than showing frustration. We CA/CWA do agree that MBA/Finance from Good Institute have very good skills and competence. But for others???? you know very well.

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  49. hi
    is a CA degree from ACCA(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants)eligible to apply this post

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  50. I feel Mr. NTPC guy is right at knowledge aspect. If NTPC allows MBA in exam...Since MBA know nothing about accounting they would naturally fail, however if they qualify then it means they have done their homework. I agree CA/ICWA is tough and hardwork. But MBA(F) isnt cakewalk either. Many PSUs visit various colleges and pick these so called MBA(F) and I tell u what they are performing at par or even better than proud CAs/ICWAs. Also it always about the person when it comes to performance. You find aberrations everywhere. Agreed there are no. of MBA colleges with ordinary repute, however assuming you wont find a good professional from there is bit too harsh. Afterall people from villages, hindi medium students do crack IAS, IPS and other big exams on the face of these proud CAs working and boosting about their knowlege.

    I wish all the best to candidates.

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  51. hey guys don't worry abt MBA fin,
    gud thing is CA,CMA r performing well at Lower levels..they r just Accontants.

    MBA r for management involving in decision making not mere accounting.
    ie why NTPC, ONGC..r recruiting MBA fin for corporate set up E3 scale from national institutes.

    Any way MBA Fin should deserve eligibility in all PSU exams
    proceed legally.....

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  52. I'm doing bachelor of business management in "H.R." this is my last semester, m i eligible to apply.
    sir plz reply..

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  53. A preson cannot be judged by just clearing a exmas of Mulktiple choice questions type... Just clearing 323 papers in 2 yrs are anough for a good quality... Mat Ask Mr. Sen why B.com from DU are more better than B.com from Bihar or UP Unicersities. Altough they all have studuied the almost same papers... Do u have any questions.... If u have some working experince then some MBA colleges will give u exempotion in 1-2 semsters. Is this possible in CA exams? U will have to do 3 yrs traing even if u have 30 yrs of practicalk experinece... MBAs do this ? Here MBA instututes dont mean IIM and some other good colleges. Just because of speaking a good language or sepaking so fast and flkuently does nt give a guarantee about his knowledge and technically sound...

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  54. oh mr. general manager 1st of all its not RIT but WRIT OK so better stop FOOLING people

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  55. what is study material nd course for fighting written exam of ntpc
    from where we
    received this material

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  56. Who is General Manager here? If you are referring comment of NTPC person then refer again he has specified that he is CA working with NTPC Group

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  57. I AM PURSUING MY FINAL TRI SEM OF MBA IN FINANCE.
    PRIOR TO THIS I HAVE COMPLETED B.COM WITH 59.6%.
    PLZ TELL ME WHETHER I AM ELIGIBLE FOR APPLYING FOR THE ABOVE MENTIONED POST OR NOT????
    I SENT THE MAIL TO THE HRD BUT COULDN'T RECEIVED ANY REPLY FROM THEM.

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  58. I am wondering why respectable accountant from NTPC has dragged a comparison between MBA finance and CA/ICWA . Question is Simple Why MBA finance Not eligible. I think give them a chance to compete in the written examination, Who is better, result would decide......If FEW Senior Professionals of NTPC are reading it...it is a request to give it a thought...

    Regards,
    HR Professional
    From A PSU

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  59. I am also a HR professional in a PSU and I think that NTPC person is not wrong in comparison. A company/organisation can fix the criteria for selection based on the job requirement. So far I know regarding the Finance Department of PSUs the job demands deep knowledge of Accounting, Audit & Taxation where CA/CWA are better than MBAs. Its the MBAs who dragged a comparison between them sighting non-eligibility of MBAs. Why Chance to MBA Finance only if chance is to be given then M.Com, MBF, CMA etc are also having core competency in Accountancy, Finance etc. Its only the matter of choosing the best qualification meeting the best requirement. I simply ask my HR Colleague whether you will judge MA in Human Resources at par with MBA HR. I think you will not. So question of best qualification for best fulfillment of the skills required for the job is the only thing which is material.

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  60. i am mba in finance as major and hr as minor.am i eligible for post of executivetraniie in hr/.

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  61. I agree with the HR professional from PSU..Question is indeed very simple, If written test is one of the main criterias for selection, why not give chance to MBAs to compete and then decide??
    Someone above has said that CA’s have to do 3 years of training and do MBA’s do this??? Please don’t give this crap…We all know there are so many so called CA’s out there who just get the certificates of having done internships and computer trainings without doing even a single day of training…I am working in a PSU bank and have to talk to CA’s of various companies every day…and sometimes its such a difficult task for me to explain things to them regarding the data which is needed for analysis of balance sheets…It’s a fact..There are many MBA (Finance) who will have better knowledge than CA’s and many CA’s who will have better knowledge than MBA (Finance) ..So, everyone should be given a chance…
    Some Mr. /Ms. Anonymous has got all his/ her ideas wrong…140000 CA passing every year and all in jobs…..Well, have you done a survey or something or everyone has informed you about their placements????…There are so many so called CAs who have to work in very small set ups (Officially called Audit firms, and obviously we all know how many clients and what type of work is there in these audit firms) just because they can not get a proper job…I myself know 2-3 people among my friends and they say that they are doing the ‘job’ just for the sake of it…..
    I guess it is just your insecurity because of which you have made such comments.....

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  62. fully agree with this guy :)

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