SPMCIL Recruitment 2019 | SPMCIL 23 Officers vacancies

SPMCIL Recruitment 2019

SPMCIL Notification 2019: Security Printing and Mining Corporation of India is inviting applications from candidates who are eligible for various job replacement.

SPMCIL Officer job Highlights

Technical officers online application process begins on July 2

The deadline for online application is July 31st. SPMCIL officer Selection of candidates through Online Written Test and Interview. The candidates must prepare to get the job because the recruitment has an interview also.

Security Printing and Mining Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) under the Ministry of Finance of India has issued a notification for the filling of various technical posts. Those who have passed the Engineering Degree in the relevant disciplines are eligible to apply. Therefore the candidates apply as soon as possible before the closing date.

General and OBC candidates are required to apply online for a fee of Rs 400 and other candidates have to pay Rs.100. Jobs are replaced by online writing and interviews.

SPMCIL Recruitment 2019 Details

Technical Officer: 23 posts

Section wise Posts

Number of posts

Technical Operation 18 (Printing-07, Mechanical-5, Electrical-02, Electronics-03, Metallurgy-01)

Technical Control 04 (Ink Factory / Lab / QA / QC / Control)

Technical Support 01 (Civil)

Total Posts  23

Eligibility for officer job in SPMCIL

: Allied branches must have BE / BETech qualification.


: Finally the age limit is not more than 30 years as on 31.07.2019.

Registration Fee

: General and OBC candidates Rs. Others pay Rs.100.

Selection Method

: Online Exam, Based on Interview.

Examination Method

: A total of 120 questions are asked in the online exam. Total marks 150.

Examination time

is 120 minutes. Let’s see how many questions and marks from which sections .

Important Dates

Start of online documentation process 02.07.2019

Last published online version is 31.07.2019 (up to 5.30pm)

Payment of Fees Online 02.07.2019 – 31.07.2019 (up to 5:30 pm)

Online testing dates have yet to be revealed. Probably it should be in August 2019.

Hall tickets are available from 10 – 15 days prior to the download test.

Godavari river, Longest River, Rivers of Telangana | Telangana Results

Godavari river

Godavari is the Longest River in Telangana State. Godavari river is the largest river after the Ganges and Indus in India. The origin of the river is 80 km from the Arabian Sea at Triyambakeswaram near Nashik in Maharashtra.

From Maharashtra it enters Basara, Adilabad district of Telangana. It then flows through Nizamabad, Karimnagar and Khammam and then flows through the districts of East Godavari and West Godavari and merges into the Bay of Bengal near West Godavari and Narsapur.

Tributaries of the Godavari River

  • Vainganga
  • Penangga
  • Wardha
  • Manjira
  • Indravati
  • Bindusara
  • Sabari
  • Pravara
  • Purnanadi
  • Pranahita
  • Seelar
  • Kinnarasani
  • Maneru

River starting point : Trimbak in Nashik District of Maharashtra state.

Godavari basins in Telangana: flows over Ibrahimpatnam, Mallapur, Royal, Sarangpur, Dharmapuri, Vellatur, Ramagundam, Mandhani and Mahadevpur.

Godavari river in telangana

Adilabad: Mudol (Basara Shri Gnanasaraswati Temple) flows through the Lohde, Dillawarpur, Nirmal, Maminda, Ghanpur, Kadam, Jannaram, Dandepally, Luxettipate, good houses, Jaipur and Ninnell zones.

Khammam: Vajedu, Benkatapuram, Cherla, Dummagudem, Bhadrachalam, Coonavaram, Vara Ramachandrapuram.
Pinapaka, Chanugur, Ashwapuram, Coorgpahad, Kukkunnoor, Velaruppu.

Shrines of Godavari in  Telangana

  •  Basara Saraswathi Temple (Adilabad)
  • Kotilinges
  • Manthani
  • Kaleshwaram
  •  Dharmapuri
  • Mukteshwaram-Karimnagar
  • Bhadrachalam
  • Khammam Pattisima

Telangana Projects on Godavari River

Birth place of Godavari

No National Status for Kaleshwaram

No National Status for Kaleshwaram Project

Telangana’s Rs 80,000 crore Kaleshwaram irrigation project. No National Status for Kaleshwaram Project for World’s Largest Lift Irrigation Project.

Advantages of National Project Status :

The main advantage of a project that has received national project status is that ninety percent of the funding for the project are given by the central government. Usually , Major multi purpose irrigation projects which useful for power generation, storage of water etc., that need big amount of capital for construction area unit given national project status because state governments cannot afford such large capital.

No National Status for Kaleshwaram

List of National Projects:

There are 16 National Projects:

1. Kulsi Dam Project (Assam)

2. Polavaram Project (Andhra Pradesh)

3. Noa-Dihing Dam Project (Arunachal Pradesh)

4. Upper Siang Project(Arunachal Pradesh)

5. Renuka Dam Project(Himachal Pradesh)

6. Gyspa HE Project (Himachal Pradesh)

7. Kishau Multipurpose Project (Himachal Pradesh/ Uttarakhand)

8. Ujh Multipurpose project (Jammu & Kashmir)

9. Bursar HE Project(Jammu & Kashmir)

10. Gosikhurd Irrigation Project (Maharashtra)

11. Ken Betwa Link Project Phase-I (Madhya Pradesh & Uttar Pradesh)

12. Shahpurkandi Dam Project (Punjab)

13. 2nd Ravi Vyas Link Project (Punjab)

14. SaryuNaharPariyojna(Uttar Pradesh)

15. Lakhwar Multipurpose Project (Uttarakhand)

16. Teesta Barrage Project (West Bengal)