The Government of Haryana, the Technology Development Board has issued a notification for the recruitment of 4 Scientist and Deputy Secretary Posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Scientist and Deputy Secretary posting, are eligible to apply for Technology Development Board Scientist and Deputy Secretary Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Technology Development Board recruitment 2017 must have completed in PG degree in Science (M.Sc) in Engineering or Technology) with Scientist working for 5 years in immediate lower grade on their substantive posts Technology Development Board recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: Technology Development Board
Total no of vacancies: 4
Official Website: www.tdb.gov.in
Name of the Post (Designation): Scientist and Deputy Secretary
Educational Qualification: PG degree in Science (M.Sc) in Engineering or Technology) with Scientist working for 5 years in immediate lower grade on their substantive posts
Scientist: 16400 – 16500/- per month
Deputy Secretary: 14300 – 16500/- per month
Age limit: Maximum 56 years
How to Apply: Scientist and Deputy Secretary Applications by TDB invite prescribed format applications along with all required copies of certificates send to "The Cdr Smriti Tripathi (Retd) Under Secretary Technology Development Board A-Wing Ground Floor Vishwakarma Bhawan Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg New Delhi-110016".
The last date for receipt of applications 21st April 2017
The Deputy Secretary-General (Political) advises and supports the Secretary-General in the
management of the Secretariat and is accountable for results in assigned areas associated with
the Strategic Plan and with other mandates agreed by Heads of Government from time to time.
This includes areas of Secretariat work relating to its democracy, human rights, legal and
The Government of India constituted the Technology Development Board (TDB) in September 1996, under the Technology Development Board Act, 1995, as a statutory body, to promote development and commercialization of indigenous technology and adaptation of imported technology for wider application. The board consists of 11 Board members. The Government reconstituted the Board in March 2000. The TDB is the first organization of its kind within the government framework with the sole objective of commercializing the fruit of indigenous research. The Board plays a pro-active role by encouraging enterprises to take up technology oriented products.