IIT Delhi recruitment 2018: Applications invited for Executive Assistant posts at iitd.ac.in; Check details
IIT Delhi recruitment 2018: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi has invited applications from interested candidates to apply for a number of posts in the Institute of Eminence (IoE) Office at its official website: iitd.ac.in.
IIT Delhi recruitment 2018: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi has invited applications from interested candidates to apply for a number of posts in the Institute of Eminence (IoE) Office at its official website: iitd.ac.in. Those who are interested should visit the official website to know the details and then submit their applications on or before December 20, 2018.
According to the notification, the selected candidates will be hired for the posts of Executive Assistant in the IoE office for a time period of a year that can be extended upto a period of 5 years depending upon the performance of a candidate.
The candidates should know that Online application process to IIT Delhi recruitment 2018 has already started on December 5, and the last date for the same is December 20, 2018.
Post details of IIT Delhi recruitment 2018: Executive Assistant- 50 posts
Eligibility criteria: Candidates should hold a Master’s degree with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognised institute, Bachelors of Technology (B.Tech) degree in any discipline with a minimum of 2 years of experience.
Age limit: The upper age limit of interestd candidates must not exceed 45 years.
Candidates for the post in the Institute of Eminence office be will selected on the basis of a written test. They will be shortlisted for a group discussion and personal interview only if they score more than 60 per cent marks.
The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, a public engineering institution, was established in 1961. Formally inaugurated in August 1961 by Prof Humayun Kabir, Minister of Scientific Research & Cultural Affairs, the IIT Delhi was later given the status of Institute of Eminence (IoE). The IoEs have autonomy to admit foreign students up to 30% of the admitted students and recruit foreign faculty up to 25% of the faculty strength, according to a government statement.