Civilian Assistant Programmer job Position in Indian Army
No. of Post : 01
Qualification : (a) Master’s degree in Statistics/Mathematics/Operations Research/Computer Science or a degree in Engineering of a recognized University or equivalent. (b) The training in Computer Programming/ System designing. (c) 2 year’s experience as a programmer in a Government office, recognized Institute or a business concern of repute. Note 1: Qualifications are relaxable at the discretion of the Union Public Service Commission in the case of candidates otherwise well qualified. Note 2: The qualifications regarding experience are relaxable at the discretion of the Union Public Service Commission in the case of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes or the Scheduled Tribes if at any stage of selection, the Union Public Service Commission is of the opinion that sufficient number of candidates from these communities possessing the requisite experience are not likely to be available to fill up the vacancies reserved for them.
Desirable : (a) Experience in the field of Inventory Control in a Government Office or a business concern of repute.
Pay Scale : Level-7 in the Pay Matrix (Rs 44,900-1,42,400)
Station : Delhi
How To Apply ForCivilian Assistant Programmer job Position in Indian Army
The application in the proforma as given in Annexure-II, may be sent through proper channel to Col OS (Pers),MGO/OS (Pers),IHQ of MoD (Army),Room No 404, ‘B’ Wing, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi – 110 011 within 60 days from the date of issue of this circular/advertisement in the Employment News.
About Indian Army
The epic history of Indian Army dates back to more than ten thousand chequered years. The two epics of ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ constitute the fundamental framework around which the edifice of Indian Army is built. The massive epic war ‘Mahabharata’, fought at Kurukshetra in north-central India, has left indelible imprints on the Indian psyche. Fought relentlessly for eighteen days in quest of peace, the force level described in the Epic states 18 ‘Akshaunis’, seven with the ‘Pandavas’ and eleven with the ‘Kauravas’, amounting to nearly 400,000 assorted troops fighting on chariots, horses, elephants and foot soldiers.