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Jobs in the Directorate of Forensic Science Assam 2014

Job Alert: DFS ASSAM Recruitment 2014.
Applications are invited from Indian citizen for filling up following various job vacancies under the Directorate of Forensic Science, Kahilipara, Guwahati, Assam.
Assam Current job details:-
Vacancies are available against newly established Regional Forensic Science Laboratory Jorhat Assam. 
Name of the postTotal postPay scale
1. Scientific Assistant03 Nos. (UR-2, ST/p-1)Rs. 5200/- to Rs. 20,200/- + GP of Rs. 3000/- PM
Qualification:- Candidates must be B.Sc. with any of the following subjects Chemistry/ Physics/ Zoology/ Botany/ Electronics/ Anthropology (Physical)/ Biotechnology/ Instrumentation.
2. Laboratory Bearer04 Nos. (UR-3, OBC/MOBC-1)Rs. 4560/- to Rs. 15,000/- + GP of Rs. 1500/- PM
Qualification:- Read up to class VIII
Age:- In between 18 to 38 years as on 01/01/2014. (5 years relaxable in case of reserved category candidates)
Application fee:- A Treasury Challan of Rs. 50/- only (Rs. 25/- for SC/ST candidates) as application fee showing name of post and the Directorate and also the Head of Account – 0070 other administrative services. No Application Fee is required for the post of Laboratory Bearer. 
How to apply:- Prescribed application of Assam Gazette part IX Standard Form along with self attested copies of all required documents + 2 copies of recent passport size photo signed by the candidates should reached to the following given address by ordinary post ……
“To, The Directorate of Forensic Science, Assam, Kahilipara, Guwahati- 781019.” 
Details of the advertisement can be download (in PDF) from here. More information about DFS Assam can be accessed from here
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