UPSC Lecturers job Vacancy 2010 |UPSC Government job Recruitment In New Delhi

upsc.jpg thumb UPSC Lecturers job Vacancy 2010 |UPSC Government job Recruitment In New Delhi Union Public Service Commission application are invited from Indian citizen in prescribed application format for the Lecturers post in government of  New Delhi .interested candidate may apply for this post till 1st April 2010

Job Descriptions:

 Post:- Lecturers :

Qualification:
First Class Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering / Technology / First Class Master’s Degree level in Electronics & Communication Engineering/Technology.
First Class Bachelor’s Degree in the Computer Science & Engineering / Technology/ First Class Master’s Degree level in Computer Science & Engineering / Technology.
Note: If a Class/Division is not awarded at B.E./B.Tech., M.E./M.Tech/equivalent degree, a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate shall be considered equivalent to First Class/Division. If a grade point system is adopted CGPA will be converted to equivalent marks and minimum CGPA shall be 6.75 in the scale of 10. In the discipline of Computer Science & Engineering/Technology, in lieu of first class at Bachelor’s and/or Master’s level, in the Computer Science & Engineering/Technology, a first class Master’s Degree in Computer Science & Engineering/Technology together with the first class Bachelor’s degree in any area of Engineering/Technology will be acceptable.
Pay Scale: Rs.8000-13500
Age Limit: Not exceeding 35 years
Application Fee: Fee Rs.50 payable in form of Central Rectt. Fee Stamps only. to be affixed on application form. No fee for SC/ ST/ Physicaly handicapped/ Women candidates.]

How to apply: Complete applications in the prescribed format with enclosures should be sent to the Secretary, Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110069, so as to reach him on or before 1st April 2010

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