Applications are invited in the in the National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences, Bangalore for filling up the vacant post of State Project Coordinator to work for the project titled “Enhancing Institutional and Community Resilience to Disasters and Climate Change ” on contract basis. Students having M.Phil Degree are eligible to apply for this recruitment. Selected candidates will earn Rs. 32500/- on monthly basis.
Who is eligible to apply for this post?
Students having M.Phil Degree are eligible to apply for this post
How much you can earn from this post?
Selected candidates have brilliant opportunity to earn Rs. 32500/- Per Month
Dead line to apply for this post?
Interested and Eligible candidates can apply on or before 30th December 2017
All eligible and interested candidates filling all the qualifying criteria can apply before the last date. Further details regarding to this job like: Educational Qualification, Salary, Age Limit, Selection Process etc. are mentioned below. Applicants can apply before the last date and before applying for this recruitment applicants must have a look below:
NIMHANS State Project Coordinator Job Details
Name of Post- State Project Coordinator
Name of Organization- National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences
Last date- 30th December 2017
Total Posts- 01
Salary- Rs. 32500/- Per Month
Educational Qualification- Applying candidates should have M.Phil Degree in Psychiatric Social Work from a Recognized University
Desirable- Applying candidates should have knowledge of development of manuals IEC materials and training in English/ Hindi/Telugu/Oriya language
Age Limit- 35 Years
Age Relaxation- Relaxation as per norms
How to Apply- Eligible candidates fulfilling the criteria can mail their applications with required documents and detailed CV at email@example.com on or before 30th December 2017
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