IPR Recruitment for Clerk Posts 2021
Institute of Plasma Research (IPR) has published an Advertisement for the below-mentioned Posts. Eligible Candidates are advised to refer to the official advertisement and apply for this post. You can find other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee, and how to apply are given below.
Institute of Plasma Research (IPR) Recruitment for Clerk Posts 2021
TotalPosts: 05 (01-ST, 03-OBC, 01-UR)
Posts Name: Clerk – A
Graduate from a recognized University.
Certified course in Computer.
One year relevant experience related to work given in “Job Description”.
(More Details: Please Read Official Notification)
Job Description: The selected candidate will be required to do routine duties related to General Administration, Establishment, Accounts, Purchase and Stores.
Pay Level: Level 2 of Pay Matrix and Initial basic Pay ₹ 19,900/- p.m. (As per 7th CPC)
• ST candidates, age not exceeding 30 years (Including age relaxation).
• OBC candidates, age not exceeding 28 years (Including age relaxation).
• -Un-reserved (UR) candidates, age not exceeding 25 years.
• General/OBC: Rs. 200/-
• SC/ST/Female/PwBD/EWS/Ex-Serviceman: Nil
Selection Process: The selection process involves two levels of tests named as Level-1 Test and Level-2 Test. (More Details: Please Read Official Notification)
More Details: Please Read Official Notification.
How to Apply: Interested and Eligible Candidates may Apply Online Through official Website www.gsecl.in
Last date for Online Application Submission: 15-11-2021
Notification: Click Here
Apply Online: Click Here
Important: Please always Check and Confirm the above details with the official website and Advertisement / Notification.
In 1982, the Government of India initiated the Plasma Physics Programme (PPP) for research on magnetically confined high-temperature plasmas. The PPP evolved into the autonomous Institute for Plasma Research under the Department of Science and Technology in 1986. With the commissioning of ADITYA in 1989, full-fledged tokamak experiments started at IPR. A decision was taken in 1995 to build the second generation superconducting steady-state tokamak SST-1 capable of 1000 second operation. Due to this, the institute grew rapidly and came under the Department of Atomic Energy. The industrial plasma activities were reorganized under the Facilitation Centre for Industrial Plasma Technologies (FCIPT) and moved to a separate campus in Gandhinagar in 1998.