Current Recruitment Notification From National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa 2016-17 | 02 Vacancies Available On 

NIO Goa Recruitment 2016Walk in for Project Assistant III Posts: National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa has inform 02 vacant seats for Project Assistant III for two different projects. If you have a dream of join NIO Goa. You can attend for interview on 08/12/2016 at 10:00 AM. Other details are mentioned below.
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:

NIO Goa Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 02

Name of the Post:
Project Assistant III

Education Qualification:
M.Sc Geography / Geology with minimum two years experience in the relevant field or M.Sc. Marine Geology/ Geology with minimum two years research experience in the field of Marine Geology/ Sedimentology/ Geochemistry/ Paleiclimate.

Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on applicants performance in interview.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates may attend the interview along with all relevant documents to the venue on or before 08/12/2016 at 10:00 AM. Venue details are mentioned below.

NIO Dona Paula, Goa-403004.

Important Dates:
Date & Time of Candidates Interview: 08/12/2016 at 10:00 AM.

Job Location: Goa 403004

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About Us:
National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) is one of 37 constituent laboratories of the CSIR – Council of Scientific and Industrial Research,[1] an autonomous research organization in India. The institute has its headquarters in the coastal state of Goa, and regional centres in Kochi, Mumbai and Vizag. The Institute was established on 1 January 1966. At the end of over 40 years it has grown today into a large oceanographic laboratory of international repute mainly focusing on the understanding of special oceanographic features of the Northern Indian Ocean.By the 1950s the community of oceanographers around the world had realized that while progress had been made in describing and in understanding the observed features of the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans