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Oriental Bank of Commerce invites applications for 916 posts in Clerical Cadre.

Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force invites applications for Constables/Tradesmen.

Intelligence Bureau notifies Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-Grade II/Executives Examination, 2009 and invites applications for the posts of Security Assistant (Executive), Group C.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited requires Artisans.

Union Public Service Commission invites applications for various posts.

The Indian Army invites applications for B.Sc (Nursing)/General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM): Course-2010.

Regional Institute of e-Learning & Information Technology, Agartala invites applications for the posts of Scientists, Sr. Technical Assistant, Assistant etc.

Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India needs Deputy Chief, Private Secretary, Principal Private Secretary etc.

Central Food Technological Research Institute invites applications for various posts.

Public Service Commission, Uttar Pradesh invites applications for various posts.

Boarder Security Force invites applications for Head Constables and Assistant Sub-Inspector.

Union Public Service Commission declares the results of Central Police Forces (Assistant Commandants) Examination, 2008.

NMDC Limited invites applications for recruitment of Assistant General Manager, Sr. Manager, Dy. Manager and Manager.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering offers admission to Post Graduate Diploma courses in various fields.

Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan invites applications for the posts of Dy. Director, Assistant Director and Sr. Stenographer.

DOEACC Society, Shillong Centre invites applications for the posts of Scientists, Sr. Technical Assistants, PA to Director etc.

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