Junior Resource Person

Posted on 13-Dec-2016 by : Central Institute of Indian Languages - CIIL
Karnataka
4-5 Lakhs
Contract

Job Summary

16 Openings
Manufacturing/ Engineering
Education/ Training
Post Graduation

Job Description

Central Institute of Indian Languages has issued a notification for the recruitment of 16 Junior Resource Person Vacancies.

Educational qualification for CIIL Recruitment 2016 must be a Master's Degree in Linguistics/ Applied Linguistics/ Indian language from a recognized University with minimum 55% marks and age limit should be maximum 50 years.

Name of the Post (Designation):

S.no Name of the Post Vacancies Pay Scale
1

Junior Resource Person-I

For Gujarati / Kashmiri /Marathi / Konkani/ Bengali

languages

2 Rs.38,212
2

Junior Resource Person -II

For Gujarati, Kashmiri,

Marathi, Konkani-2, Bengali,

Sindhi, Sanskrit, Dogri,Santali, Telugu, Punjabi,

Nepali languages

13 Rs.35,480
3

Junior Resource Person

(Technical)- I

1 Rs.38,212

Educational Qualification: Master's Degree in Linguistics/ Applied Linguistics/ Indian language from a recognized University with minimum 55% marks. Proficiency in Hindi/English and any scheduled language mentioned in column 2 under this post.

Experience: Minimum 2 years’ experience of working in a recognized organization /institution in the area / field of translation related work or research.

Pay Scale: R.s: 38,212/- Per Month

Imp Dates:

S.no Start Date End Date
1 09-12-2016 26-12-2016

Imp Venues:

Assistant Director (Admn.),

Central Institute of Indian Languages,

Manasagangotri, Hunsur

Road, Mysore-570 006

How to Apply: Offline


Roles & Responsibilities

    To provide assistance to managers and employees with respect to HR policies and procedures including: employee relations, recruitment, benefits and the health and safety program.


Company Profile

The Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) is an Indian research and teaching institute based in Mysore, part of the Language Bureau of the Ministry of Human Resource Development.It was founded on 17 July 1969. The Central Institute of Indian Languages has seven centres: Centre for Classical Languages Centre for Tribal, Minor, Endangered Languages and Languages Policy Centre for Lexicography, Folklore, Literature and Translation Studies Centre for Literacy Studies Centre for Testing & Evaluation Centre for Materials Production, Publications and Sales Centre for Information in Indian Languages

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