Assam Agricultural University Recruits Subject Matter Specialist 2016 in Guwahati.
Qualification : Any Post Graduate
No of Vacancy : NA
Salary : Rs. 39100/ – p.m
Location : Guwahati
Last Date To Apply : 06 Apr 2016
Details of Assam Agricultural University Subject Matter Specialist 2016 in Guwahati Recruitment
Assam Agricultural University –
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Subject Matter Specialist recruitment in Assam Agricultural University
Qualification: Masters Degree in the relevant field or equivalent qualifications from a recognized Unieristy
Pay Scale: Rs.15600-39100
Age limit as on 01.01.2016 : 38 years (maximum).
Application fee : Fee of Rs.300/- in case of general candidates and Rs.150/- in case of SC/ST/PH candidates must be deposited in AAU Account No. 33019714091, SBI, AAU, Jorhat against challan copy available on AAU website.
How to apply :
Application form in prescribed format is to be submitted to the Registrar, AAU, Jorhat on or before April 6th, 2016.
About Assam Agricultural University
Assam Agricultural University is the first institution of its kind in the whole of North-Eastern Region of India. The main goal of this institution is to produce globally competitive human resources in farm sectorand to carry out research in both conventional and frontier areas for production optimization as well as to disseminate the generated technologies as public good for benefitting the food growers/produces and traders involved in the sector while emphasizing on sustainability, equity and overall food security at household level.
In order to achieve the above, the university has following support base to lead the overall agriculture and farming sector of the state towards more productivity with appropriate scientific approach. At present it has five Colleges, six Regional Agricultural Research Stations (RARS), six Commodity Research Centres and nineteen Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVK) throughout the state with its head quarter at Jorhat.
The seed of Assam Agricultural University (AAU) was sown way back in 1913 with the establishment of an agricultural research station at Karimganj in Barak Valley followed by another at Titabar in 1923 in Brahmaputra Valley. Although the stations conducted research and training, the need for an agricultural and a veterinary college was felt immediately after independence leading to the establishment of the Assam Agricultural College at Jorhat and the Assam Veterinary College at Nagaon in 1948. Later on, in 1969, the Assam Agricultural University was established embracing both these Colleges and shifting the Veterinary college from Nagaon to the present location at Khanapara, Guwahati .
Dates to remember
Last Date to Apply for this job : 06 Apr 2016