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ICMR – NCDIR, Bangalore Notified Recruitment for 02 Programmer Posts 2015

ICMR – National Center for Disease Informatics and Research (NCDIR), Bangalore invited online applications from eligible candidates for recruitment to the post of the ‘Programmer’. The candidate eligible for the posts may apply ONLINE on or before 05 May 2015.

Apr 23, 2015 11:54 IST
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ICMR – National Center for Disease Informatics and Research (NCDIR), Bangalore invited online applications from eligible candidates for recruitment to the post of the ‘Programmer’ under Dept. of Health Research. The candidate eligible for the posts may apply ONLINE on or before 05 May 2015 up to 05:00 PM.

Important Dates

  • Closing Date for Submission of Online Application: 05 May 2015 up to 05:00 PM.        
  • Date & Time of Written Test: 09 May 2015 (Saturday) from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM.       

Details of Posts

  • Name of Post: Programmer
  • No. of Posts: 02

Eligibility Criteria

  • Educational Qualification: Candidate must possess Master’s Degree in Computer Application/ Information Technology (IT)/ Computer Science OR BE/ B. Tech. in the said fields from the recognized University or Institution the relevant post- qualification experience in the concerned field.
  • Age Limit: Not more than 30 years as on last date of receipt of application.

Pay Scale

Candidate will get Consolidated Salary of Rs. 29,187/- Per Month.

Selection Procedure

The short listed candidates will be selected on the basis of performance in the Written Test followed by Personal Interview, which will be conducted by the administration.

How to Apply

Interested Candidates may apply online through the NCDIR’s Website www.ncdirindia.org or www.ncrpindia.org. After successful submission of online application, candidate has to take the printout of the filled in application form for future requirement/ reference. More details in this regard can be found from the link given below.

Detailed Notification

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