O/o Director of Fisheries, Assam.
Last Date: 25/09/2019.
Director Of Fisheries, Assam Recruitment 2019: Director Of Fisheries, Assam has released job vacancy in assam for the eligible candidates. Candidates are invited for the following vacancy as follow:
Director Of Fisheries Assam Recruitment 2019
No of posts: 03 ( UR-01, ST(P)-01, OBC/MOBC-01 )
The candidate must be Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University. Proficiency in Computer Typing both English and Assamese is essential.
Pay: Rs. 14,000/ to 60,500/- +GP – 6200/- per month
- A candidate must not be less than 18 years or not more than 38 years of age as on 01.09.2019. The upper age is relaxable by 5 (five) years in case of the candidates of SC/ST as per Govt. rule in force and by 3 (three) years in case of the candidates of OBC/MOBC as per Govt. OM.ABP. 6/ 2016/ 9-A. 25th April 2018.
- In the case of Persons with Disabilities, the upper age limit is applicable as per Govt. OM No.ABP.144/95/121-A Dated: 28.10.2015.
Application Fee: Nil.
Mode of Selection
Phase – I: The candidates whose applications are accepted will be required to appear in a Multiple Choice Written test on a date to be notified later on and details of the syllabus will be intimated to candidates through calling letter.
Phase – Il: Against vacancy, candidates will be shortlisted as per rule on the basis of the marks obtained in the written test (Multiple Choice). After the written test, the shortlisted candidates will have to appear in a Computer Practical test which will be notified in due course of time. They will have to bring all the original testimonials i.e. Age proof Certificate, Caste Certificate, Educational Qualification Certificate, Computer Proficiency Certificate, etc.
How to apply
The application should be submitted through online website http://fisheryrect.in and may submit online applications w.e.f. 08-09-2019.
The last date of online submission of Applications up to 25.09.2019. Individual Call letters will be issued online in due course.
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