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Field Assistant Jobs in Dehradun - ICAR

Dehradun
10th Pass (SSC)
Last Date to Apply: 15-10-2018
Field Assistant - Job Details Date of Posting: 03-10-2018

Advt. No.03/2018-Adm.

Field Assistant  job recruitment in Indian Institute of Soil and Water Conservation 2018

Project Title  :  'Upscaling research on assessment of productivity, Hydrological Behaviour, Resource Conservation and Intangible benefits of selected Commercial Bamboo Species in Uttarakhand'

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  Matriculation

Desirable :  Field experience on data collection on farm research/demonstration on bamboo/trees/field crops.

Remuneration :  Rs. 8,000/- per month consolidated

Age Limit :  18- 35 years for Men and 18-40 years for Women


How To Apply For Field Assistant  job recruitment in Indian Institute of Soil and Water Conservation 2018

Walk- in- Interview will be held on 15/10/2018 at 10:00 a.m in the ICAR-IISWC, 218, Kaulagarh Road, Dehradun.

The applicants may submit their application in the given Proforma available on the website with latest photograph along with all original and a set of attested copies of the certificates of qualification, experience & Matriculation certificate for verification of Age


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The ICAR-Indian Institute of Soil and Water Conservation (ICAR-IISWC), (Formerly CSWCRTI) was established on 1st April,1974 with Headquarters at Dehradun by combining Soil and Water Conservation Research, Demonstration and Training Centres which were established in 1950’s at Dehradun, Kota, Bellary, Udhagamandalam, Vasad, Agra and Chandigarh. These centres were initially established by the Govt. of  India and transferred to the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) on 1st  October, 1967. Subsequently two new Research Centres were added to the CSWCRTI, one at Datia in M.P. (18th September, 1986) to tackle soil and water conservation problems of  Bundelkhand region and another at Koraput in Orissa (31st January, 1992) to address the problems of shifting cultivation areas.