Thursday, 21 August 2014

Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) has invited applications for recruitment to various posts. Interested and eligible candidates can apply latest by September 3.
Post details:
Total posts: 36 posts
Post names:
  1. Technical assistant: 26 posts
  2. Scientific assistant: 2 posts
  3. Library assistant: 1 post
  4. Trained graduate teacher: 2 posts
  5. Primary teacher: 5 posts

Eligibility criteria:
Educational qualification:
  1. Technical assistant: The candidates applying for this post are required to possess a first class diploma in Engineering.
  2. Scientific assistant: The candidates applying for this post are required to possess a first class B.Sc. degree in Chemistry.
  3. Library assistant: The candidates applying for this post are required to possess a first class master's degree in Library Science/ Library and Information Sciences.
  4. TGT: The candidates applying for this post should possess a graduate degree with at least 50 per cent marks and should have qualified CTET.
  5. Primary teacher: The candidates applying for this post should have passed Class 12th with at least 50 per cent marks and should have qualified CTET.

Age limit:
The candidates applying for this post are required to age between 18 and 35 years.
Pay Scale:
  1. Primary teacher: Rs 9, 300-34, 800 + Grade Pay 4, 600
  2. Trained graduate teacher: Rs 9, 300-34, 800 + Grade Pay 4, 600
  3. Scientific assistant: Rs 9, 300-34, 800 + Grade Pay 4,600
  4. Technical assistant: Rs 9, 300-34, 800 + Grade Pay 4,600
  5. Library assistant: Rs 9, 300-34, 800 + Grade Pay 4,200

How to apply:
In order to apply, the candidates are required to visit the official website and fill in the application forms, online.
Selection process:
A notification on the official website says this: "Based on the online biodata, initial screening will be conducted for shortlisting candidates for further processing. The centre may adopt the method of conducting written test for initial screening or may directly shortlist the candidates for interview by fixing a higher cut-off percentage for marks scored in the essential qualification course. Candidates called for written test/ interview will have the option to answer the questions in Hindi also. Please note that this qualification prescribed is the minimum requirement and the same does not automatically make candidates eligible for written test/ interview. If written test is opted for preliminary screening, the written test score will not reflect in the final selection process. The final selection will be based on the performance of the candidate in the interview."

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