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28 Sep Uttrakhand Medical Service Selection Board (UKMSSB) Recruitment 2018

Uttrakhand Medical Service Selection Board (UKMSSB) Recruitment 2018

Sarkari Jobs in this post: Recruitment of Assistant Professors Company Name & Address: Uttrakhand Medical Service Selection Board (UKMSSB) Uttrakhand Medical Service Selection Board (UKMSSB), Dehradun invites applications for the following posts as mentioned below. Eligible and interested candidates may apply before the last date. Application must be submitted in the prescribed format only. Before applying for the post, candidates should ensure that he/ she fulfills the eligibility criteria and other conditions mentioned in this advertisement.
Assistant Professor No of post: 138 posts (UR-82, OBC-21, SC-29, ST-06) Age Limit: 30-45 years as on 01/07/2018 Scale of Pay: Pay Level-10 Rs. 56100-177500 Qualifications:MD/ MS /DNB/MSc recognized by MCI How to apply for above Sarkari Naukri Apply Online at UKMSSB website from 27/09/2018 to 26/10/2018 only. Fees : Application Fee: Rs. 2000/- (Rs. 1000/- for SC/ST/PH candidates) to be paid online by NEFT/ Debit Card. Last Date of Application Submission: 26.10.2018 Application Form /Advertisement Source Credits: https://vacancy.ukmssb.org/Notice/Advertisments/Detailed_Advertisement.pdf Application Form /Advertisement Source Credits Others: https://vacancy.ukmssb.org/Default.aspx Tags: Assistant Professor, Board, Faculty, Medical, College, Uttarakhand, Dehradun

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18 May WII Recruitment – Subject Matter Specialist Vacancies – Last Date 26 May 2018

WII Recruitment – Subject Matter Specialist Vacancies – Last Date 26 May 2018 Sarkari Jobs in this post: Subject Matter Specialist Vacancies Company Name & Address:=&0=&

In the last half century, India’s once rich biodiversity has become considerably depleted. Rapid human and livestock population increase and a rather lopsided development pattern have marginalized

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