INTERVIEW DATE: 13 to 20.02.2018 at 10:30 AM
CIMFR recruitment 2018 notification has been released on official website www.cimfr.nic.in for the recruitment of 111 (one hundred eleven) Project Assistant vacancies. Walk-in-Interview 13th to 20th February 2018.
|Organization Name||Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research|
|Post Name||Project Assistant|
|No of vacancies||111|
|Job location||Dhanbad (Jharkhand)|
|Interview date||13th to 20th February 2018|
Here on this page you will get the details like the Name of vacancies released by CIMFR with exact number of posts. Some other criteria like Education details, application fee and way to apply application for CIMFR recruitment 2018.
Project Assistant vacancy details : CIMFR 2018
You need to check the eligibility criteria carefully before applying the application form for any post, if your profile is not matching with requirement then kindly do not apply as your application form will not be approved.
|S.No||Post Name||No. of Vacancies||Salary Details|
|1||Project Assistant (level I)||78||Rs. 15000/-|
|2||Project Assistant (Level II)||33||Rs. 25000/-|
Project Assistant eligibility criteria : CIMFR 2018
Educational Qualification: Bachelor Degree in relevant discipline or B.Tech/Diploma or Post Graduate in relevant discipline.
Age Limit: 28 years for S.no-1 & 30 years for S.no-2
Age Relaxation: Age relaxation will be as per following table.
Note: Check the official notification to get detailed information regarding eligibility criteria.
Selection process for Project Assistant: CIMFR 2018
The candidate’s selection will be happening as per the below process.
CIMFR application fee 2018
Fee charges: There is no application fee
Application form 2018 : CIMFR
Interested and eligible aspirants may apply for Interview along with & Print out on online application form, original & photocopies of educational certificates at the time of Interview.
Venue of Interview: CIMFR Digwadih Campus.
OTHER JOBS FOR JHARKHAND:
CSIR-Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research CSIR-CIMFR, previously known as Central Mining Research Institute (CMRI) and Central Fuel Research Institute (CFRI), is based in Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India. It is a constituent laboratory of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), an autonomous government body and India’s largest research and development (R&D) organisation. The establishment of CSIR-CIMFR was aimed to provide R&D inputs for the entire coal-energy chain from mining to Consumption through integration of the Core Competencies of the two (CFRI & CMRI) premier Coal institutions of the country.