Tripura Biodiversity Board Recruitment for Scientific-Technical Assistant 2015

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Tripura Biodiversity Board Recruitment for Scientific-Technical Assistant 2015
Tripura Biodiversity Board Recruitment for Scientific-Technical Assistant 2015

Technical Assistant is a person who works as an Assistant in the Information Technology Business. He receives orders & direction from the Information Technology manager & Network Specialist.  As a technology assistant he should resolved the problems by communicating by translating technical problems from the end users support staff.

Scientific Assistants are research scientists with advanced degrees and experience. They acts as liaisons between an organization’s executive administration and the scientist and technician, who make up research division

Job notification in Tripura Biodiversity Board for Scientific/Technical Assistant posts.

Tripura Biodiversity Board Recruitment for Scientific-Technical Assistant 2015

Job Details:

Last date for walk in interview: 24-11-2015 at 10:00 AM.

Total posts: 01

Name of post: Scientific and Technical Assistant

Location: Tripura

Hiring Process: Walk-In

Educational Qualification: Applying Candidates should possess Post Graduation in field of Environmental
Science/ Life Science/ Forestry/ Biological Sciences.

Age Limits: Candidates age should not be more than 35 years

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on performance in interview.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates can attend for walk in interview along with attested copies of all required certificates/ documents to the Office of the Tripura Biodiversity Board, 3rd Floor, Aranya Bhavan, P.T Nehru Complex, Kunjaban, Agartala-799006 on 24-11-2015 at 10:00 AM.

Tripura Biodiversity Board (TBB) has been constituted in the State vide Dated: 16th June,2008,in pursuance to the provisions of the Biodiversity Act, 2002 of Government of India.The first scientific survey by Aggarwal and Bhattacharjee in 1977 documented 31 species and sub-species of mammalian fauna in the State. Bhattacharjee and Chakraborty (1986) recorded 56 mammalian species belonging to 9 Orders and 20 Families .The latest estimate by them put the number of land mammal species at 90, from 65 genera and 10 Orders (Gupta,2000). These constitute about 19, 48 and 100% of the total species, genera and orders of land mammals in India.

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