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Administrative Officer
Central Research Institute Kasauli
4 to 4 Years
Kulu,
Posted on 22 Oct 18
Job DescriptionLast Date 02 Dec 18

Administrative Officer  job recruitment in Central Research Institute Kasauli on deputation basis 

Eligibility :  1. Section Officers or Assistant Section Officers of Central Secretariat Service having degree of a recognized University. 2. About 5 year's administrative experience in. a responsible capacity (qualifications relaxable at Commission's discretion in case of candidates otherwise well- qualified)

Desirable : Experience of Administration in a Medical Research Institute. 3. The period of deputation will ordinarily not exceed 3 years.

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800 +Grade Pay 4800 (Pre-revised), revised as per 76 CPC in Pay Matrix level 8, General Central services Group ‘B’ Gazetted (Ministerial).

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How to apply

The applications of suitable officers are willing and eligible for the post and who can be spared immediately in the event of selection may be forwarded through, proper channel to the Director, Central Research Institute, Kasauli Distt. Solan -173204 duly verified within 45 days of publication in Employment News in the prescribed proforma along with APAR/ACR dossiers (Attested copies) for the last 5 years, Integrity Certificate , Vigilance Clearance and statement details of major or minor penalties imposed on the officer, if any, etc.

Company Description

Central Research Institute (CRI) is pioneer in the field of vaccines not only in India but in the world. Founded on 3rd of May 1905, the institute was originally established with a mandate of research work in the field of medical and public health, manufacture of vaccines and antisera, human resource development and to act as a national referral centre for public health problems. The contribution of the Institute towards vaccine production during the period of the Second World War for the immunization of troops to keep them fighting, finds no parallel.

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