Apprentice Recruitment 2018

Engagement of Apprentices under the Apprentices Act 1961

ONLINE applications are invited from ELIGIBLE and desirous candidates for engagement of Act Apprentices under the Apprentices Act 1961 for imparting training at various Divisions/Units/Workshops over DSRVS India. Imparting Training in dsrvs will not confer any right to the candidates for their absorption in dsrvs after successful completion of training. It shall not be obligatory on the part of the employer to offer any employment to the Apprentice on completion of period of his/her apprenticeship training in his / her establishment. It shall not be obligatory on the part of the apprentice to accept an employment under the employer.Apprenticeships enable you to start working and earn a decent wage while you learn key skills and gain the qualifications that future employers want. You’ll probably start out on the National Minimum Wage or another standard rate of pay for apprenticeships in your industry.

Apprenticeship Notification 2018

Trade Under Apprenticeship Training Scheme Document

70% Quota Reserved for ITI Holder and Technical Qualification Holder

10% Quota Reserved for DSRVS Center Candidates

Important Events Dates
Notification Date (DRC/ATR/1/2018) 07/02/2018
Commencement of on-line registration of application 07/02/2018
Closure of registration of application 15/05/2018
Training Place Every State, Regional Level.







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Good career prospects

Your apprenticeship will be very rewarding, even if at times it may seem demanding. Once you have finished your apprenticeship, you’ll have a world of options open to you. You may be able to carry on working in the same place, or look for a similar job in a different company. Having industry experience is very important when getting your first job, so being able to show that you’ve got that plus qualifications will give you a huge advantage over other applicants.

Also, your apprenticeship may have showed you other interests that you never knew you had, so think about going to uni or getting another qualification. Or, take some time out to think about your next step, and look into taking a gap year -you can work abroad, volunteer or just travel.