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NPCIL Vacancy / Recruitment details:

Name & No. of Vacancy : Office Assistant & Clerical Assistant - 18 Posts
Age Limit: 18-45 years
Name of Posts
No.of Posts
Qualification & Expc.
Pay Scale
Office Assistant
12 Posts
SSC (10th Pass)
Rs.13700/- (Per Month)
Clerical Assistant
06 Posts
Graduation in any discipline with Knowledge of Computer Application.
Rs.19900/- (Per Month)
Important Key Dates :-
  • Apply on before the Last Date for Receipt of Application Form: 05.08.2015.
Selection Method / Recruitment Process: Trade Test and Interview.

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