Indian Meteorological Department recruitment: India Meteorological Department has advertised for 45 vacant posts. The candidates who will get selected can get a remuneration between Rs 1,23,100 to 2,15,900.
The candidates for the posts of Scientist-E will get a salary between Rs (1,23,100 to 2,15,900), Rs (78,800 to 2,09,200 for the posts of Scientist-D, and Rs (67,700 to 2,08,700) for the post of Scientist-C.
The candidates can apply online through the official website, imd.gov.in on or before April 13, 2019
Total posts: 45
Post wise vacancy details:
Candidates are required to have a bachelor’s degree in science (with physics as one subject), in computer science, in information technology or in computer applications.
Candidates with diplomas in electronics and telecommunication engineering from a recognised institution are also eligible.
The upper age limit of the candidates should not be more than 30 years of age.
Scientist-E: The candidates will get a remuneration between Rs 1,23,100 to 2,15,900 as per the recommendation of seventh pay commission.
Scientist-D: The candidates will get a pay scale between Rs 78,800 to 2,09,200 on the basis of seventh pay commission.
Scientist-C: The selected candidates will get a salary between Rs (67,700 to 2,08,700) as per the recommendation of seventh pay commission.
The exam will be divided into two parts with a weightage of 200 marks. Candidates will be required to answer 200 questions in two hours and avoid giving incorrect answers due to a negative marking of 0.25 marks.
– Part 1 of the paper includes questions on general intelligence and reasoning, quantitative aptitude, English language and comprehension and general awareness for 100 marks
– Part 2 includes questions on physics, computer science, information technology, electronics and telecommunication engineering for 100 marks.
How to apply:
The candidates can apply online through the official website, imd.gov.in on or before April 13, 2019.
Commencement of online applications: March 2
Last date to apply online: April 13, 2019.
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