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Employment News Nov 11

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  • Delhi Police invites applications to fill up 6302 vacant posts of Temporary Constables (Executive) Male and 416 vacant posts of Temporary Women Constables (Executive). Delhi Subordinate Services selection Board invites applications for various posts.
  • Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force requires Constables. (Buy here)
  • High Court of Delhi notifies Delhi Judicial Services Examination-2010.
  • Central Food Technological Research Institute requires Scientists.
  • Tripura Gramin Bank requires Officer Junior Management Scale-I and Law Officer.
  • Steel Authority of India Limited, West Bengal requires Professionals in Medical Discipline.
  • Power Grid Corporation of India Limited requires Jr. Supervisor Trainees and Jr. Technician Trainees.
  • Principal Director, Defence Estates, Eastern Command, Kolkata invites applications for the posts of Sub-Divisional Officer Grade-I, Stenographer and Hindi Typist.
  • Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram offers admission to Ph.D. Programme in Economics.
  • Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Tamilnadu invites applications for the posts of Laboratory Technician, Junior Engineer, Junior Telecom Assistant etc.
  • Indian Institute of Technology Bombay invites applications for the posts of SRF, Project Engineer, Web Designer etc.
  • Indian Army invites applications for 111th Technical Graduate Course (Jul-2010), 35th Short Service Commission (Technical) Men and 6th Short Service Commission (Technical) Women course (Oct-2010).
  • Railway Recruitment Board, Bhubaneswar declares the results of written examination held on 30.08.09 for the post f ASM.
  • Ministry of Labour & Employment, DGE&T, Jamshedpur offers admission to various Technical courses.
  • Staff Selection Commission invites applications for recruitment of Sr. Technical Assistant, Post Graduate Teacher, Editor etc.
  • Regional Centre for Biotechnology invites applications for the posts of Registrar, Administrative Officer, Executive Engineer etc.
    Courtesy: Subrata Sinha


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