MTS, Librarian & Other Vacancies

Posted on 30-Jan-2017 by : Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology
Uttarakhand
1-5 Lakhs
Full-Time

Job Summary

12 Openings
Administration/ Facilities
Government/ PSU/NGO
Graduation

Job Description

The Government of Dehradun (Uttarakhand), the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology has issued a notification for the recruitment of 12 MTS, Librarian & Other Vacancies posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for MTS, Librarian & Other Vacancies posting, are eligible to apply for Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology MTS, Librarian & Other Vacancies Recruitment 2016-17.

Educational qualification for the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology recruitment 2017 must have completed in Graduation Degree/M.Sc. with B.Lib, Science/B.Sc. with M.Lib/BE/B.Tech/Matriculation Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology recruitment 2017. The age limit minimum upper age 18-25yrs

Name of the Organization: Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology

Official Website: www.wihg.res.in

Location: Dehradun (Uttarakhand).

Name of the Post (Designation): MTS, Librarian & Other Vacancies

Total Number of Vacancies: 12 Posts

Age Limit:  Upper age limit 18-25 years

Educational Qualification: Graduation Degree/M.Sc. with B.Lib, Science/B.Sc. with M.Lib/BE/B.Tech/Matriculation

Selection Processes:  Interview

Application Fees:-

a) For the post at 500/- for General & OBC Category, 250/- for SC/ST Candidates. No Fees for    applying on Deputation Basis.

b) For the posts at 400/- for General & OBC Category, 200/- for SC/ST Candidates.

c) For the posts 200/- for General & OBC Category, 100/- for SC/ST Candidates.

.Application Procedure: Download Application Format and Send Hard Copy by registered/speed post before 23rd Feb 2017

Imp Dates:

Last Date of Online Application: 23rd February 2017


Roles & Responsibilities

    General cleanliness & upkeep of the Sectionl Unit. Carrying of files & other papers within the building. Other non-clerical work in the Sectionl Unit.

    Duties vary considerably according to the size of library, but typically include: selecting, developing, cataloguing and classifying library resources. answering readers' enquiries. using library systems and specialist computer applications. management of staff, including recruitment, training and/or supervisiory 


Company Profile

Established in June, 1968 as a small nucleus in the Geology Department, Delhi University, the Institute was shifted to Dehradun during April, 1976.  Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun is an autonomous research institute of the Department of the Science & Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India.  Initially named as the Institute of Himalayan Geology, it was renamed as the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology in memory of its founder, the late Prof. D. N. Wadia (F.R.S. and National Professor), in appreciation to his contributions to the geology of the Himalayas. During the last quarter century the Institute has grown into a centre of excellence in Himalayan Geology and is recognised as a National Laboratory of international repute with well equipped laboratories and other infrastructural facilities for undertaking advanced level of research in the country.  Thrust Areas of Research  In the early years of the Institute, the major thrust of the research activity was directed towards remote areas with difficult mountainous terrain and hard working conditions, as well as where the geological framework and geological knowledge were lacking. In the beginning the Arunachal Himalaya, Higher Himalaya of Kumaun and Lahaul-Spiti and Indus-suture of Ladakh and Karakoram were taken as priority areas for geological research. Now the thrust of the research has been focused on some specialized areas of national as well as international relevance in both the western and eastern Himalayas.  With the continuous growth of analytical and field observational facilites as well as in-house expertise for undertaking intergrated geoscientific research, the major scientific programmes being pursued under the present 11th Five Year Plan are aimed to address special scientific themes in the form of Mission Mode Projects (MMP). The present MMPs are:  Himtransects  Climate-tectonic Interactions  Biostratigraphy and Biodiversity-Environmental Linkage  Sustaining Natural Resources  Realtime Geology for Society: coping with Natural Hazards  

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