Last Date:28 Oct,2019
National Institute of Technology (NIT)
NIT Hamirpur is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for 71 posts of Technician, Junior Assistant and Various.Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online by 28-10-2019 , after making sure that they meet the concerned eligibility criteria. Print of online application should send to given address along with photocopies of related documents latest by 08-11-2019. All personal and educational details must be mentioned properly.
Name of the post – Technician, Junior Assistant and Various
No of post – 71
Pay Scale – Rs 35400 – 112400,Rs 21700 – 69100,Rs 25500 – 81100,Rs 19900 – 63200
12th / Bachelor’s Degree / Diploma / BE/ B.Tech /D.Pharma .
General Instruction:government jobs
- The age limit and qualification/experience etc, for all the posts shall be determined as on the last date of submission of the online application.
- Candidates who wish to apply for more than one post; he/she should mention the relevant post(s) on the online performa for applying to the post. However, separate application generated online for each post must be submitted.
- Application Fee: All applications must be accompanied by a non refundable processing fee of t 1000/. except SC/ST/PWD and Women Candidates. Fee deposit is to be made only through on-line mode and receipt (print out) of payment shall have to be attached with application form.
- Candidates should satisfy themselves before applying that they possess the qualification and experience etc. laid down in the advertisement. ln MHRD notification No. F35-5/2018-TS. lll, dated 20tn February,2019, (link forthe same is available on the website http://www,nith.ac.in), the Educational and other qualifications required for direct recruitments in some of the posts, is First Class Bachelor’s Degree/ First Class Diploma.
- ln case first class is not mentioned in Degree/ Diploma Certificate/Marks sheet, then the candidates should have passed and secured at least 6.5 CGPA (on a 10-point scale) or 60% marks in aggregate.
- Conversion from CGPA to percentage or vice versa given by individual lnstitute/University will not be considered / allowed for determination of eligibility.
- ln case the candidate has passed and secured CGPA under any other point scale (other than ’10 point scale), then certificate issued by the authorized signatory (not the Mentor/Supervisor/Head of the Department) of the lnstitute/University to the effect of having secured first class in such degree must be attached. Altemately, the CGPA may be equivalently converted on 10 point scale for determination of eligibility.
- ln case, where %age of marks is required, then the candidates should have passed and secured at least required %age of marks in aggregate.
- The above mentioned CGPA/Percentage should be awarded by a recognized University/lnstitute.
- The applicant will be responsible for the authenticity of submitted information/documents and photograph. It is the responsibility of the candidate to asses his/her own eligibility to the post(s) for which he/she is appearing in accordance with the advertisement, if it is detected at any time in future, during the process of selection or even after appointment that the candidate was not eligible as per the prescribed RRs which could not be detected at the time of selection for whatever reasons; his/her candidature/appointment shall be liable to be cancelled/terminated immediately,
- One time measure/relaxation: As per MHRD, Gol, letter No. F.35-5 / 2018-ts.lll, dated 20th February, 2019, A(i), “fhose employees, who are working on ad-hoc / temporary / contractual /outsource basis, in RECs / NlTs, may be given one time relaxation to pafticipate in the first regular recruitmenf process only for the post for which they fulfill all other conditions mentioned in the Recruitment Rules proposed by the Oversight Committee”. Board of Governors (BOG) of NIT Hamirpur has decided that the quantum of the age relaxation will be given upto 55 years provided they are serving / served the lnstitute at a stretch for not less than 06 months and reference date shall be the date of issuance of notification i.e, 20th February, 2019
- As per MHRD, Gol, letter No, F.35-5 / 2018ts,lll, dated 20th February,2019, B (iii) Regularstaff of NIT Hamirpur, who are othenrvise eligible, shall be allowed to participate in the selection process irrespective of age and percentage of marks, This will be applicable to the regular staff of NIT Hamirpur, who were appointed before the date of implementation of RRs in NlTs including Model RRs (2012).
- Mere possession of the prescribed qualification and experience does not ensure that the candidate would be called for intervieMSelection.
- The lnstitute reserve the right to conduct the written screening test (qualifying in nature), if the number of applicants is large for any post. Further, the lnstitute reserve the right to restrict the number of candidates for interview to a reasonable limit, on the basis of screening test, skill test, qualifications and experience,higher than those prescribed in this advertisement, as per criteria decided by scrutiny committee/lnstitute.
- All the future correspondence regarding the date of for written screening test and/or interview shall be uploaded on lnstitute website (www,nith.ac.in) only. lt shall be the responsibility of the candidate to monitor the same on regular basis on lnstitute website.
- The list of eligible and short-listed candidates will be displayed on the lnstitute website.
- Personal lnterview shall be conducted for all advertised posts as per provisions contained in First Statutes of NlTs and further clarified by the Ministry of HRD vide its letter no. F.No. 35-4/2016-T5,lll dated 4th April,201 6.
- Persons serving in Government and Semi-Government organizations must send their applications complete in all respect through proper channel by speed post or Registered post. However, an advance copy of the same may be submitted before last date of receipt of application. They are required to submit NOC at the time of appearing for interview. ln the event of selection, the appointment letter will be issued only after getting the vigilance & integrity clearance certificate from the concerned competent authority.
- No T,A./D.A. shall be paid for attending the for screening written test and/or interview.
- Canvassing in any form and/or bringing any influence of any form will be treated as disqualification for the post applied.
- The National Institutes of Technology (NITs) are autonomous public institutes of higher education, located in India. They are governed by the National Institutes of Technology Act, 2007, which declared them as institutions of national importance alongside Indian Institutes of Technology. These institutes of national importance receive special recognition from the Government of India. The NIT Council is the supreme governing body of India’s National Institutes of Technology (NIT) system and all 31 NITs are funded by the Government of India. These institutes are among the top ranked engineering colleges in India and have one of the lowest acceptance rates for engineering institutes, of around 2 to 3 percent, second only to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) in India. All NITs are autonomous which enables them to set up their own curriculum. The language of instruction is English at all these institutes. As of 2017, the total number of seats for undergraduate programs was 19,000 and for post graduate programs 8,050, in all the 31 NITs put together.
- During the second five-year plan (1956–60) in India, a number of industrial projects were contemplated. To ensure enough supply of trained personnel to meet the demand for these projects, a decision was taken to start the Regional Engineering Colleges (RECs), at the rate of one per each major state, which can churn out graduates with good engineering merit. Thus, seventeen RECs were established from 1959 onwards in each of the major states. Each college was a joint and cooperative enterprise of the central government and the concerned state government. The Government opened 8 RECs in 1960 two in each region,
- Later on 5 more were added by 1965. The early 14 Institutes were Srinagar, Warangal, Calicut, Durgapur, Kurukshetra, Jamshedpur, Jaipur, Nagpur, Rourkela, Surathkal, Surat, Trichy, Bhopal, and Allahabad. It established one in Silchar in 1967 and added two others located at Hamirpur in 1986, and Jalandhar in 1987.
- A large-sized college would be more efficient than the equivalent small colleges, the proposed colleges have to meet the additional requirements of the country as a whole and for that purpose should have to function on an all-India basis. Therefore, the smaller they are in number and the larger in size, the better, and for the same reason their location is important from an all-India point of view.
- The RECs were jointly operated by the central government and the concerned state government. Non-recurring expenditures and expenditures for post-graduate courses during the REC period were borne by the central government while recurring expenditure on undergraduate courses was shared equally by central and state governments.
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