• www.tdb.gov.in | Technology Development Board Recruitment 2017
     March 26th, 2017     Dharmesh Patel     Posted in Government Jobs
    TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT BOARD
    [A Statutory Body of Department of Science & Technology]
    Government of India
    Wing A, Ground Floor, Vishwakarma Bhavan, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, New Delhi-110016

    Technology Development Board (TDB) is a Statutory Body of Government of India, under the Department of Science & Technology constituted in the year 1996, under an Act of Parliament to administer the Fund for Technology Development and Application. TDB provides financial assistance in the form of loan, equity, grant to industrial concerns and other agencies for development and commercialization of indigenous technology and adaptation of imported technologies for wider domestic applications.
    Applications are invited from Indian citizens for filling up of following posts in Technology Development Board:-

    1.    Scientist ‘F’/Scientist ‘E’/ Scientist ‘D’
    Pay band
    Rs. 37400- 67000/ – + GP Rs.8900/-
    Rs. 37400- 67000/ – + GP Rs.8700/-
    Rs. 15600- 39100/- + GP Rs. 7600/-
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    Mode of Induction and Eligibility Conditions Deputation / Absorption/ Contract. Eligibility criteria is mentioned below.

    2.    Director Or Deputy Secretary
    Pay band of Rs. 37400-67000/- +GP Rs. 8700/-
    Rs. 15600-39100 GP Rs. 7600/-
    Vacancies 01
    Mode of Induction and Eligibility Conditions Deputation/Absorption Officers of the Central Civil Service (GroupA)/Organized Accounts Service holding analogous post on regular basis

    The above posts are to be filled on deputation/absorption/contract as mentioned against each post subject to fulfillment of other eligibility conditions under the Recruitment Rules (RRs) and Government instructions, issued from time to time. Number of vacancies may change, depending upon various unforeseen reasons. Please note that eligibility of candidates will be determined with reference to closing date of receipt of application i.e. 21 st April 2017, 5.00 PM.

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