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DTE Assam Recruitment 2020 – 168 Grade III Posts

DTE Assam Recruitment 2020
Apply Last Date – 07/09/2020.
Director of Technical Education, Assam has released an employment notification for the recruitment of 50+118= 168 Grade III vacancies in various institutions.
Out of which 50 vacancies are in 5 newly established Polytechnics at Tinsukia, Morigaon, Chirang, Udalguri & Hailakandi, and 118 vacancies are in existing institutions under DTE, Assam. [Age relaxation added]
DTE Assam Recruitment Details 2020
01. Post Name – Junior Assistant
Numbers of Post –  15+48= 63 [UR-35, OBC-16, SC-2, STP-2, STH-4, EWS-4]
Educational Qualification
Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline. Must possess Computer Skills & proficiency for handling data and text on computers.
Pay Scale
Rs.14,000-60,500 plus GP Rs.6,200/-
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