Jawaharlal Nehru Port JNPT

Assistant Curator Research Jobs in Delhi - Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT)

Last Date to Apply: 20-07-2019
Assistant Curator Research - Job Details Date of Posting: 10-07-2019

Assistant Curator (Research)  job opportunities in Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust - National Maritime Heritage Complex, Lothal

No. of Posts :  2

Qualifications :   Master's or equivalent Degree from a recognized University in Indian History, Museology or Archaeology or Anthropology or Chemistry or Fine Arts;  Research experience of at least 3 years. Knowledge of Indian antiquities, Museum techniques, publication and educational activities, particularly those related to maritime heritage and culture

Desirable :  Knowledge in Indian maritime heritage & culture antiquities and antiquarian laws; Experience of design, development and fabrication of interactive exhibits, demonstrations and teaching aids for education and popularisation of a concept.

Remuneration:  Rs.60,000/- per month

Age Limit :  Not exceeding 35 years. The crucial date for determining the age limit shall be the closing date for receipt of applications from candidates 

How To Apply ForAssistant Curator (Research)  job opportunities in Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust - National Maritime Heritage Complex, Lothal

Applications are to be addressed to:  Managing Director, Indian Port Association, 1st Floor, South Tower, NBCC Place, BhishamPitamah Marg, Lodhi Road, New Delhi — 110 003. Last date of receipt of applications is 20th July, 2019.

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About Jawaharlal Nehru Port JNPT

Ever since its inception on May 26, 1989, Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) has blazed a new path for itself in the port sector – aiming to set the benchmark for the heights India could reach in technological innovation and administrative skill. Envisioned in a remote location about 10 km across the Bombay Harbour, JN Port rose up from paddy fields, salt-pans and marshlands, in a Herculean effort at construction – the first large-scale industrial development in independent India. The Port is as much a representation of what is best about our country’s capabilities, from project conceptualization to completion, as it is an example of human endeavor against all odds.