TNSHRC Typist & Office Assistant Recruitment 2018 – 3 Posts

Tamil Nadu State Human Rights Commission has released TNSHRC Typist & Office Assistant Recruitment 2018 notification. Interested candidates can check the details given below and apply online based on the eligibility criteria.

Name of the Post: Typist & Office Assistant

Post Date: 11-09-2018

No. of Vacancies: 3 

Important dates to Remember:
Starting Date for submission of Application

11-09-2018

Last Date for submission of Application

01-10-2018

Vacancy details of TNSHRC Typist & Office Assistant Recruitment:
Sl.No. Post Vacancy
1 Typist 1
2 Office Assistant 2
Pay Scale:
Sl.No. Post Pay Scale
1 Typist Basic Pay Rs.19500-62000 Cell – 1 Level 8 as per 7th CPC
2 Office Assistant Basic Pay Rs.15700-50000 Cell – 1 Level – 1 as per 7th CPC
Age limit:
Sl.No. Post Age limit
1 Typist 18-32 / 35(SC/ST)
2 Office Assistant 18-32 / 35(SC/ST)
Educational Qualification and Experience:
Sl.No. Post Educational Qualification
1 Typist 10th Class Pass, Typewriting Pass in English & Tamil (Both Higher/ Any one lower Other Higher) Bachelor’s Degree is desirable.
2 Office Assistant 8th Class Pass & Driving Known
Selection Process:

Not mentioned

Application Fees:

Not mentioned

How to Apply for TNSHRC Typist & Office Assistant Recruitment:
  1. Interested Candidates should fill the application given below and attach the self attested copies of the following documents: Certificate of Age (HSC/SSLC), Certificate of Qualification, Certificate of Experience, Caste Certificate & Certificate of Good Conduct by any Gazetted Officer with photo with attestation in original.
  2. The filled applications must be sent to Secretary, State Human Rights Commission, TamilNadu, No. 143, P.S.Kumarasami Raja Street, Green Wells Road, Chennai-28 by post.
Important Links:
To Apply

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For Official Notification

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For Official Website

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About TNSHRC:

The State Human Rights Commission was constituted in the state of Tamil Nadu on 17.4.1997 in accordance with the powers conferred on the State under section-21 of the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993. Tamil Nadu is one of the very few States which has constituted a Commission for the Human Rights.

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