SSC Invites Applications For Scientific Assistant Post

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is inviting application from the eligible candidates for the posts of Scientific Assistant in India Meteorological Department, Group “B” Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial post. Selection process will be carried by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) through India Meteorological Department Examination-2017. Interested and eligible candidates may apply Online only through the official website of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC).

Vacancy Details:

SCIENTIFIC ASSISTANT

No. of Vacancies: 1102 Nos.

Educational Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree in Science (with Physics as one of the subject)/ Computer Science/ Information Technology/ Computer Applications OR Diploma in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.
First Class (60% marks) or 6.75 CGPA in above qualification.
Candidates must have passed 10+2 Examination from a Recognized Board or equivalent in Science with Physics and Mathematics as core subjects.

Age Limit: Maximum-30 years as on 04.08.2017.

Pay Scale: Rs.9300 – Rs.34800 plus Grade Pay Rs.4200/-

Upper Age Relaxation: Upper age limit is relaxable by 05 years for SC/ST, 03 years for OBC and 10 years for PWD category. Ex-Serviceman & Others, if any — As per Govt. norms.

Candidates’ Selection: Selection of the candidates will be through Open Competitive Examination.
Open Competitive Examination will be on computer based held on 20.11.2017 to 27.11.2017 at various center across the country.

Application Fee: Candidates must pay Rs.100/- as Application Fee.

NO APPLICATION FEE REQUIRED IN CASE OF SC/ST/PWD/WOMEN CANDIDATES.

How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates may apply online only through the official website of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) — www.ssconline.nic.in. from dated 18.07.2017 to 04.08.2017

Important Dates:
Starting Date of Online Application: 18.07.2017
Closing Date of Online Application: 04.08.2017

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