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Sunday, 26 June 2022

Recruitment for Library & Information Assistant at IIFT, Last Date: 05/07/2022

 Recruitment for the Post Library & Information Assistant at IIFT

Post : Library & Information Assistant 

No. of Post : 01(UR)- Kakinada 01(UR)- Delhi

Pay Scale : as per 7th CPC- Level-6 (₹ .35400-1, 12,400)

Age limit : 30 years 

  • Essential:

1. Master’s Degree in Library Science with at least 60%marks or equivalent diploma in Library Science of a recognized University / Institute equivalent obtained after graduation.

2. Bachelor’s Degree in Science with at least 60% marks from a recognized university or equivalent.

3. Relevant experience of 3 years in a Library/Computerization of a Library or one year certificate in computer application from a recognized institution or equivalent.

  • Desirable:

1. Master’s Degree in Library Science/Information Science/Documentation or equivalent grade and a consistently good academic record. One year specialization in the area of Information Technology/Archives.

2. Three years working experience in Central/ State Govt./Semi-Govt./PSU/Govt. Autonomous Organizations/ Govt. Universities/Govt. Institutes of National importance on regular basis.

Last Date: 05/07/2022

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