Bumper recruitments for government jobs, salaries in lakhs, apply before September 21

Aug 25 2018 05:42 PM
Bumper recruitments for government jobs, salaries in lakhs, apply before September 21

As per the recent information provided, it has been informed that Nagaland is recruiting positions for Public Service Commission (NPSC) of assistant professor and senior technicians, lecturers etc. The selection of the candidate would be based on their degree and other qualifications. The selection criterion has been set in for the recognized institution.

All the applicants are adviced to visit the official website www.npsc.co.in for all the updates regarding the same. The candidates are requestyed to apply for the post before the closing date which is September 21, 2018For more infornmation regarding the illegible age of the candidates, you are requested to read the information that has been provided below. The information regarding the last date for application, application fee, details of posts etc.

Key Facts

Total posts: 86

Age limit: minimum 21 years and maximum age 30 years

Details of posts: Assistant Professor, Senior Technician, Lecturer etc.

Application Date: September 21, 2018

Application fee: Rs 300


Post                                             Salary

Assistant Professor                  15,600-39,100

Senior Technician                    9,300-34,800

3. Lecturer                                15,600-39,100

4. Research Associate            56,100-1,77,500

5. Post Graduate Teacher      9,300-34,800


Major Information


- The last of application is 21/09/2018 by 3 pm.

-  The Candidates  must belong to an age group of 21 to 30 years.

-  The selection of the candidates will be on the basis of a written examination and an interview

- To apply online, visit the website www.npsc.co.in

For all the latest updates, do visit: https: //safalta.com/government-jobs

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