IARI Semi-Skilled & Unskilled personnel Recruitment 2019 Notification has been released by ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute. Notification is out for a total of 3 Posts.Interested candidates can check the details given below and attend the walk-in interview on 4th March 2019.
Name of the Post: Semi-Skilled & Unskilled personnel
Post Date: 07-02-2019
No. of Vacancies: 3
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Important dates to Remember:
|Date of Walk-in-interview||04-03-2019 at 10:00 AM|
|Venue||Division of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, ICAR Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi 110012.|
Vacancy details of IARI Semi-Skilled & Unskilled personnel Recruitment 2019:
|Sl.No.||Name of the Post||No of Post|
- Semi-skilled personnel – Rs.16,000/-
- Unskilled personnel – Rs.10,000/-
- Minimum Age: 18 years
- Maximum Age: 35 years
As per Govt order
Educational Qualification and Experience:
- Candidate must possess Bachelor degree in any branch of Science/ Agriculture with minimum 50% marks
- Knowledge of chemical analysis of soil/ biochar/ manure samples and computer handling is desirable.
- Candidate must possess Matriculation degree (10th standard).
- Knowledge of preparation of soil/ biochar/ manure samples, assist in analysis, day to day laboratory work, up keeping of laboratory is desirable.
- Not Applicable.
How to Apply for IARI Semi-Skilled & Unskilled personnel Recruitment 2019:
- Eligible candidates may attend the walk-in interview on the above mentioned date and venue.
- Candidates should carry duly filled application in prescribed format along with all original certificates supporting age educational qualification etc with one set of photocopies of each, recent passport size duly self attested.
- Candidates are requested to reach at least half an hour before the scheduled reporting time.
The journey of Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), popularly known as Pusa Institute, began in 1905 at Pusa (Bihar) with the generous grant of 30,000 pounds from an American philanthropist, Mr. Henry Phipps. The institute was then known as Agricultural Research Institute (ARI) which functioned with five departments, namely Agriculture, Cattle Breeding, Chemistry, Economic Botany and Mycology. Bacteriology unit was added in 1907. The name of ARI was changed to Imperial Institute of Agricultural Research in 1911 and, in 1919 it was renamed as Imperial Agricultural Research Institute. Following a devastating earth quake on 15th January 1934, the institute was shifted to Delhi on 29th July 1936. Post independence, the institute has been renamed as Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI).