ISM Dhanbad

ISM Dhanbad recruitment for Coaches in Dhanbad

Dhanbad
Diploma
Last Date to Apply: 23-02-2019
Coaches - Job Details Date of Posting: 07-02-2019

Coaches  job vacancies in Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines),Dhanbad 

Discipline & No. of Posts

Boxing : 01

Table Tennis : 01

Karate : 01

Qualification :  At least one year diploma in Coaching from SAI, NSNIS or any recognized Indian/foreign University OR Represented India in relevant sports/games in Olympics/Asian Games/World Championship with certificate in Coaching from SAI NIS OR A medal winner 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in State or University at senior national with certificate/e in Coaching from SAI NIS OR Has successfully completed two levels of accreditation/certificate courses offered by the International Federation of the sporting discipline concerned.

Desirable :  B PEd

Consolidated monthly Salary : Rs. 25,000 - Rs.35, 000 /-(depending on qualification & experiences, not exceeding Rs. 35,000/-).

Age Limit :  Below 40 Years preferably

Duty Hours :  6 days in a week both morning and evening sessions including involvement in day to day administrative duties or any other works assigned from time to time.


How To Apply For  Coaches  job vacancies in Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines),Dhanbad 

Applicants interested to appear in the walk in interview must send a resume on or before 23.02.2019 by email to spo@iitism.ac.in or spec@iitism.ac.in.

The candidate should bring a copy of their bio-data /resume along with original copies of all certificates/ mark sheets/ documents relating to their educational qualifications, sports participations & experience, if any.

Date, time & place of walk in interview : 28.02.2019 from 3 pm onwards at SAC


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About ISM Dhanbad

With the Mines Bill becoming a law vide Indian Mines Act – VIII of 1901 the necessity for establishing a government college of Mining Engineering at some suitable place in India on the pattern of the Royal School of Mines was felt by the then Indian Government. The Indian National Congress, the leading political party that was perhaps the sole spokesman of the masses of those days was quick to endorse this view of the government through its resolution taken at the 17th. session held at Calcutta in December 1901