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EMPLOYMENT NEWS Oct 31

Jobs&Career

  • Himachal Gramin Bank requires Clerk-cum-Cashier (Office Assistants).
  • Department of Atomic Energy invites applications for various posts.
  • Staff Selection Commission declares the results of Combined Matric Level (Main) Examination, 2008.
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Noida needs Draughtsman.
  • National Geophysical Research Institute requires Scientists and Technical Assistants.
  • Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council notifies Women Scientists Scholarship Scheme (WOS-C).
  • Border Road Organsations requires 2490 various posts.
  • Central Tool Room and Training Institute invites applications for Free Training Programme for various Technical Courses.
  • Defence Research and Development Organisation requires Scientists.
  • The Indian Navy invites applications from unmarried male candidates for Grants Commission in Naval Armament Inspection Cadre of Executive Branch.
  • Goa Shipyard Limited invites applications for the posts of Sr. Manager, Manager, Nursing Assistant etc.
  • NSIC Technical Services Centre, Okhla offers admission to various Technical Courses.
  • National Institute of Immunology offers admission to Ph.D Programme for the Academic Year 2010-2011.
  • Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, Puducherry invites applications for the posts of Technical Assistant, Perfusionist, Assistant etc.
  • Tehri Hydro Development Corporation Limited invites applications for various posts.
  • National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management offers admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Management.
Courtesy: Subrata Sinha

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