Assam Excise Department Junior Assistant and Excise Constable Recruitment 2014Assam Excise Department Junior Assistant and Excise Constable Recruitment 2014: Assam Excise Department announced the Job Notification for Junior Assistant and Excise Constable recruitment 2014.NIT Karnataka is the short form of Assam Excise Department and its official website link is We are happy to share NIT Karnataka has advertised the recruitment notification 2014-15 for Junior Assistant and Excise Constable posts. Since a long time government job seekers are waiting and doing preparing to crack the Junior Assistant and Excise Constable posts in Assam Excise Department. So aspirant candidates apply as soon as possible on before the last date of Online or offline as per prescribed by official notification of NIT Karnataka. Here we are sharing minimum qualification and selection process of Junior Assistant and Excise Constable. So before applying kindly read the whole notification like academic qualification, paper pattern or syllabus of exam or previous year’s papers.

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NIT Karnataka Junior Assistant and Excise Constable last date or Publication Date will be as:
  • Last Date Receipt of Application Form or online application: 20-12-2014.
Eligibility Qualification and Basic Minimum conditions for Jobs Vacancies in NIT Karnataka “Junior Assistant and Excise Constable”: Those are planning to apply for Junior Assistant and Excise Constable posts, should have the following minimum eligibility criteria.
Post Name Vacancies Minimum Qualification Age Limit
Jr. Assistant (Head Quarter)  04 Posts  Passed class 12th/ HSC & knowledge in Computer Application or equivalent  18-38Yrs
Jr. Assistant (District Level)  02 Posts  Passed class 12th/ HSC & knowledge in Computer Application or equivalent  18-38Yrs
Assistant Chemist  02 Posts  B. Sc degree in Chemistry or equivalent  18-38Yrs
Excise Constable  54 Posts  Passed class 12th/ HSC or equivalent  18-38Yrs
Selection process or Recruitment Procedure of NIT Karnataka Jobs recruitment 2014: Selection Process will be Candidates may be selected based on Physical, Written examination & Viva- voce test.

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