National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology has issued a latest notification for the recruitment 2019. Applications are invited for the post of Sr. Programmer-I, System Analyst-I & Other. Other details of like Education Qualification Details, Required Age Limit, Mode Of selection, Fee Details and How to Apply are given below.
Organization National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology
Type of Employment Central Govt Jobs
Total Vacancies 11
Post Name Sr. Programmer-I, System Analyst-I
Official Website www.nielit.gov.in
Applying Mode Online
Starting Date 05.09.2019
Last Date 16.09.2019
Details Of Vacancies:
Sr. Consultant/ Project Manager
Programmer Assistant ‘B’
The candidates must have passed B.E / B. Tech or the equivalent from a recognized Board.
Required Age Limit:
Refer to Official Notification.
Salary Package: Rs. 25,000 – Rs. 70,000/-
Mode of Selection:
Steps To Apply For Online Mode:
Log on to the official website www.nielit.gov.in
Candidates can apply through online
Candidates should ensure that they fulfil the eligibility criteria as per requirements
Pay the application fee, if needed.
Click on the submit button for submission of application.
Take a print out the application for future use
Before Applying, Candidates are advised to go through the instructions given in the notice of examination very carefully.
Application Submission Dates: 02.09.2019 to 17.09.2019
Notification Link: Click Here
Application Link: Click Here
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