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National Research Centre for Groundnut Jobs 2016 Young Professional-I Posts: ICAR-Directorate of Groundnut Research, Ivenagar Road, Junagadh has inform 1 – 2 vacant seats for Young Professional-I purely on temporary/ short-term basis. If you have a dream of join National Research Centre. You can attend for interview on 28/10/2016. Other details are mentioned below…
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                                         Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates.

National Research Centre for Groundnut Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates seats: 1 – 2 Seats
Name of the Posts: Young Professional

Candidates Age:
21 to 45 years.

Education Qualification:
B.Sc. (Agriculture), BSc (IT), BE (Computer Application), BCA with proven in software development.

Process of Selection:
Applied shortlisted candidates selection will be based on interview.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates may attend the interview along with their documents related to Date of Birth and Educational Qualifications in Original and a Photocopy of each document along with a recent passport size photograph on 28/10/2016.

Venue:
ICAR-DGR, Ivenagar Road, Junagadh.

Important Dates:
Date & Time of Candidates Interview: 28/10/2016.
Candidates Reporting Time: at 10.30 AM.

Job Location: Gujarat

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About Us – Directorate of Groundnut Research (ICAR-DGR) formerly known as National Research Centre for Groundnut is a premier national level institute set up by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture of India to cater to the needs of agricultural science research in the field of groundnut (peanut) crop in India. ICAR-DGR was established in 1979 at Junagadh, Gujarat to give a fillip to research for enhancing productivity of groundnut in keeping with its importance among the oilseed crops of India. The research centre came in to being as the first crop commodity research unit under the category of NRC’s (National Research Centres) of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, as an autonomous body set up as a registered society. The National Research Centre on Groundnut (NRCG) was elevated to the level of a Directorate in the year 2009 and rechristened as the Directorate of Groundnut Research.[1]

 

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