Technical Officer (Walk-in) at ECIL
ECIL has released a notification to inform that they are actively recruiting for the post of Technical Officer (Walk-in). At present, ECIL is looking for 6 skilled Technical Officer (Walk-in) to join their department. We have consolidated the post title, organization/department, qualification, and last date to apply for the position. Additional information about the posting can be found on the official flyer, enclosed at the end of this post. This is an opening from the government and the application is handled only by the respective government organizations. This post may include the pension, commutation, gratuity, general provident fund and incentives, insurance, maternity & paternity leave, dearness allowance based on organizations. It is advised to read the complete government notification before applying for the position.
Qualification: Degree (Engg)
No of Vacancies: 6
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