NCERT Recruitment: Vacancies Announced For Accountants, Editor, Assistant Editors
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has announced a host of vacancies in various departments at NCERT. The NCERT will be hiring Senior Accountants, Editor, Assistant Editors and Proof Reader.
Candidates who are interested and eligible can apply for this job.
For Editor, Assistant Editors and Proof Reader vacancies, candidates can attend the walk-in interview and skill test that will be conducted on January 23, 24 and 25 starting at 09:00 am.
Candidates must note that last date to apply for Senior Accountant posts is February 3, 2018.
Details of the vacancies:
Total No of Posts: 08
Editor: 01 Post
Assistant Editors: 03 Posts
Proof Reader: 01 Post
Senior Accountant: 03 Posts
Editor: 40 years
Assistant Editors: 35 years
Proof Reader: 27 years
Senior Accountant: 30 years
However, there is age relaxation for reserved categories as per Government norms.
For Editor: Candidates should have Bachelor degree from a recognized University, Post-Graduation Diploma in Book Publishing/ Mass Communication/ Journalism, where editing is one of the subjects.
For Assistant Editor: Knowledge of book production techniques, modern process of printing, typography and should be proficient in Hindi. Candidates should be proficient in English/ Hindi/ Urdu.
For Proof Reader: Bachelor degree from a recognized University, Working knowledge of computer for S.No-03 with relevant experience.
For Senior Accountant: Graduate in Commerce/Economics/other related subjects dealing with financial management from a recognized University with 3 years of experience.
Candidates will be selected on the basis of interview and skill test.
How to apply for Senior Accountant:
Candidates can apply through the prescribed format and send the application along with other necessary documents to “Section Officer R-II, NCERT, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110016” before 3 February 2018.
How to apply for Editor, Assistant Editors and Proof Reader:
Candidates can attend for walk-in interview and skill test along with a copy of their Curriculum Vitae (CV) along with original certificates and photocopies of the same duly self-attested on 23 Jan for Editor, 24 Jan for Assistant Editor, 25 Jan for Proof Reader at 09:00 am.
NCERT is an autonomous organization established by the government of India on September 1, 1961.
Textbooks published by NCERT are prescribed by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) from classes I to XII, with exceptions for a few subjects. Around 19 school boards from 14 states have adopted or adapted the books.