Young Professionals/ Consultant job opportunities in Indian Museum
No. of Posts : 13 (UR-8, OBC-3, SC-2)
Officials retired from Government / Autonomous bodies under the government in posts not below the level of Deputy Curator (GP-5400- 6th CPC/Level 10-7th CPC) and having experience in working as Curator/ Conservator in Govt. / ASI Museums.
Officials retired from Government Service / Autonomous bodies under the government in posts not below level of Section Officer (GP5400- 6th CPC/Level 10-7th CPC) and having experience in Central Govt. General Financial Rules, Accounting procedure, PFMS and works related to Administration, Establishment, GFR for procurement, maintenance of stores etc.
Remuneration : Rs.35000 – 50000
No. of Posts : 14 (UR-8, OBC-3, SC-2, ST-1)
Eligibility : Persons having Masters degree in relevant subject. Minimum of 2 years of work experience in museums in the field of exhibition curation, research, handling artefacts, preservation of antiquity, visitor services, museum programmes, digitization, cataloguing. Candidates should have good working knowledge of technology based skills on the computer and ability to work on ICT applications. Minimum two years work experience in a reputed MNC in software engineering (B.Tech/PG). They should possess strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Pay : Fixed remuneration of Rs. 35,000/- per month
Age Limit : 35 years. 40 years as on 01-02-2020
How To Apply For Young Professionals/ Consultant job opportunities in Indian Museum
The last date of receipt of completed application is 16.03.2020.
About Indian Museum
Founded in 1814 at the cradle of the Asiatic Society of Bengal (at the present building of the Asiatic Society, 1 Park Street, Kolkata),Indian Museum is the earliest and the largest multipurpose Museum not only in the Indian subcontinent but also in the Asia-Pacific region of the world. With the foundation of Indian Museum in 1814, the Museum movement started rolling in India and through the years from then, got a new fillip and great momentum. Since then, it has so magnificently developed and culminated into the fruitful existence of more than 400 museums in the country. The movement, which was started in 1814, in fact was the beginning of a significant epoch initiating the socio-cultural and scientific achievements of the country. It is otherwise considered as the beginning of the modernity and the end of mediaeval era.