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Name: NIELIT- Scientist Group - B
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Category: Central Competition Exam
Website: www.neilit.gov.in
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NIELIT- Scientist Group - B

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NIELIT Recruitment 2016

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Description-  On the behalf of MeitY (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology), NIELIT(National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology) is inviting application from interested and eligible candidates for the post of Scientist ‘B’ .

Attached Offices of MeitY are-

STQC( Standardisation, Testing and Quality Certification )

ICERT(Directorate and Indian Computer Emergency Response Team)

Total number of Vacancies-

 

Degree

                            Number of Vacancies

MEITY

ICERT

STQC

Total

B.E or B.Tech in computer science or computer engineering

2

2

20

24

B.E or B.Tech in Information Technology

2

2

7

11

B.E or B.Tech in Electronics and Communication

OR

B.E or B.Tech in Electronics and Telecommunication

2

1

20

23

M.Sc (Physics) and M.Sc (Electronics)/Applied Electronics with one year of relevant experience.

2

Nil

Nil

2

 

How to Apply- Candidates are required to apply ONLINE through  this site http://recruitment.nielit.gov.in/

between 23-9-2016 (11:30 A.M) and 24-10- 2016 (5:30 P.M).

 

Application Fee-

 

Category

Fees

SC/ST/PWD/Women Candidates

400/- per application

General and Others

800/- per application

 

Pay Scale- Group –A, PB3: Rs. 15600-39100 + GP: Rs. 5400 (Pre-revised), Level -10 in Pay Matrix (Revised)

 

Selection Procedure- through objective type written examination followed by Interview

Place of Posting- Candidates can be posted anywhere in India.

Important Dates/Links-

Form Submission Date- 23/9/2016 to 24/10/2016

Online Examination Date- will be announced later

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Eligibility-

Nationality/Citizenship- A candidate must be either

A citizen of india

OR

Subject of bhutan or Nepal

OR

Tibetan refugee who came over india in january 1st 1962  with the intention to stay permanently in india.

OR

A person of indian origin who has migrated from bhutan, pakistan, sri lanka, uganda, burma, east african companies of kenya, zambia, malawi, zaire, Ethiopia, vietnam, united republic of tanzania with the intention to stay permanently in india.

 

Age- candidate should not be more than 30 year.

Age Relaxation- as per government rules.

Qualification(Essential and Desirable)- To fulfill the eligibility the candidates must follow one of the below criteria with minimum 60 % marks

  • B.E or B.Tech in computer science or computer engineering.

  • B.E or B.Tech in Information Technology

  • B.E or B.Tech in Electronics and Communication

OR

B.E or B.Tech in Electronics and Telecommunication

  • M.Sc (Physics) and M.Sc (Electronics)/Applied Electronics with one year of relevant experience.

 

 

 

Exam Pattern- selection will made through objective type written examination followed by Interview.

Written Exam Pattern- Written exam will contain 120 objective type questions

60 questions is from respective subject and

60 questions is from Generic Area.

The Generic Area will comprise Logical, Analytical Reasoning Capabilities, Quantitative and Qualitative abilities and General Awareness and Aptitude.

Note-There will be a penalty for wrong answer i.e. 0.25 for each wrong answer.

The minimum percentage to qualify the written examination will be

50% for General,

40% for OBC and 30% for the SC/ST categories.

 

 

 

Exam Pattern- selection will made through objective type written examination followed by Interview.

Written Exam Pattern- Written exam will contain 120 objective type questions

60 questions is from respective subject and

60 questions is from Generic Area.

The Generic Area will comprise Logical, Analytical Reasoning Capabilities, Quantitative and Qualitative abilities and General Awareness and Aptitude.

Note-There will be a penalty for wrong answer i.e. 0.25 for each wrong answer.

The minimum percentage to qualify the written examination will be

50% for General,

40% for OBC and 30% for the SC/ST categories.

 

 


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