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Scientific Assistant A Jobs in Hyderabad - INCOIS

Hyderabad
Diploma
Last Date to Apply: 13-01-2020
Scientific Assistant A - Job Details Date of Posting: 14-11-2019

Scientific Assistant – A  job vacancies in Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS)

No. of Post :  01

Qualification :  i) Three years Diploma in Civil Engineering / Civil Construction Technology after 10th or 12th standard with 60% marks or its equivalent qualifications from a recognized board or University. ii) Basic knowledge of computers.

Desirable :  Possessing of at least one or multiple qualifications/skills of the following: (i) B. Tech. / B.E. in Civil Engineering or its equivalent qualifications from a recognized board or University. (ii Three years hands on experience in the construction field, CIVIL & PHE Maintenance activities preferably in Govt./PSU's/Autonomous bodies. (iii) Good knowledge of MS office, Autocad, Preparation of estimates/drawings, preparation & verification of RA bills, taking site measurements, documentation works related to construction activities, day to day supervision of works, safety practices, quality checks, etc

Age limit (as on date of closure of application) : 28 yrs.

Selection Procedure :  Selection will be based on Written Test, which will be 100 marks , OMR/ Objective Type Multiple Choice. Part-A: General Knowledge, Aptitude, Numerical Ability & General English 40 Marks. Part-B: Test in Civil Engineering knowledge 60 marks.


How To Apply ForScientific Assistant – A  job vacancies in Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS)

Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 20th December, 2019 @ 05:00 PM IST.


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