The Government of Karnataka, the National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 28 Technical Assistant, Technical Officer & Senior Technical Officer Posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Technical Assistant, Technical Officer & Senior Technical Officer posting, are eligible to apply for University of National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) Technical Assistant, Technical Officer & Senior Technical Officer posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) recruitment 2017 must have completed in Diploma in relevant Engineering/Technology with relevant experience/BE/B.Tech or equivalent in aeronautical/Aerospace & MBBS or BE/B.Tech in Computer Science National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)
Total no of vacancies: 28 posts
Official Website: www.nal.res.in
Location of Exam centers: Bangalore
Name of the Post (Designation): Technical Assistant, Technical Officer & Senior Technical Officer
Educational Qualification: Diploma in relevant Engineering/Technology with relevant experience/BE/B.Tech or equivalent in aeronautical/Aerospace & MBBS or BE/B.Tech in Computer Science
Technical Assistant: 39000/-per month
Technical Officer: 48500/-per month
Senior Technical Officer: 62000/-per month
Age Limit: 28/35yrs
Selection Procedure: Interview/Skill Test
Application Procedure: Apply Online
The last date for receipt of applications is 25th March 2017
Design and development of web based applications using java / j2ee technologies with Oracle RDBMS. Hands on experience in web application framework struts. Good knowledge of developing projects related to project financial management. Managing and feature enhancements of existing softwares related to MIS applications.
Should be able to support the design team in design and development of Mini & Micro Aerial Vehicles. Candidate should have good knowledge in aircraft stability and control. Should able to integrate subsystems of UAV/MAV and lead the field trails / user demonstrational activities.
The story of CSIR-NAL began on June 1, 1959, when the National Aeronautical Research Laboratory (NARL) was set up in Delhi, with Dr.P Nilakantan as its first Director. Barely nine months later, in March 1960, it made its humble beginning by setting up its office in the stables of the Mysore Maharaja's Palace on the Jayamahal Road and the Palace Road as National Aeronautical Laboratory. The first Executive Council was chaired by JRD Tata and was studded with luminaries such as Prof.Satish Dhawan and the legendary designer Dr.V M Ghatge. Originally started as National Aeronautical Laboratory, it was renamed as National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) in April 1993 to reflect its growing involvement in the Indian space programme, its multidisciplinary activities and global positioning. The journey has been a long and fulfilling one, with accomplished and eminent Directors at the helm, each adding hues to the spectrum of CSIR-NAL. CSIR-NAL today is spread across two campuses, five kilometers apart. Each campus has an area of about 100 acres. Both these campuses are interconnected with high-speed computer networks for exchange of scholarly communication. Physical connectivity between the campuses is operated via shuttle bus operations.