Employment Notification No : A2/C/10/2016, Dated : 05.10.2016
Junior Mechanic/ Junior Assistant Cum-Typist/ Technical Assistant Gr.-II Job vacancies in Jadavpur University
Qualification : H.S./SF plus training/class VIII plus proficiency certificate from ITI or equivalent recognized institution. Desirable: Training /Proficiency certificate in the following areas: Electronics/Electrician/Turner/Fitter/Foundry/Computer Operator/Machinist/Carpenter/Plumber/Instrument Mechanics/Pump operator/Telephone operator etc. from ITI or equivalent recognized institution/handling in Press.
No. of Posts : 07 posts (SC-2, OBC-A-1)
Junior Assistant Cum-Typist
Qualification : Higher Secondary or its equivalent Examination recognized by the Council of Higher Secondary Education, West Bengal with typing speed of at least 40 words per minute. Desirable: Basic knowledge in computer including the knowledge on word processing/spread sheet/accounting Softwares from a recognized institute.
No. of Posts : 09 posts (SC-2,ST-1,DA-1,OBC-B-1)
Technical Assistant Gr.-II
Qualification : B.Sc./Diploma in Engineering recognized by the State Council of Technical Education. Desirable: Experience in handling scientific laboratory equipments/machines/computer/Electrical equipment/software or digital circuit/Electronic equipment/Structural or concrete or soil mechanic/Chemical laboratory etc/Press & Printing.
No. of Posts : 03 posts (ST-1, OBC-A-1)
Scale of Pay : For Sl.No.1 & 2 : Rs. 7200- 25400 with Grade Pay Rs.3300 For Sl.No.3 : Rs. 9000- 28300 with Grade Pay Rs.4400
Age : 18-40 years
Application Fee : Please pay the application fee of Rs. 250/- (Rs.125.00 for SC/ST/DA categories) by Demand Draft drawn in favour of “Registrar, Jadavpur University” payable at Kolkata.
Hiring Process : Written-test
Job Role: mechanic-fitter-production
To trace the history of Jadavpur University is to trace a part of India’s freedom movement, at least from the Swadeshi Movement onwards. It was 1905 -1906. Bengal stood divided. The times were feverish. The hegemony of the British establishment had to be challenged.