Cabinet Secretariat Recruitment Notification 2016 For Research Officer Vacancies. Government of India, Cabinet Secretariat has issued notification for the recruitment of Senior Research Officer (Crypto), Senior Research Officer (S&T) & Senior Field Officer (Tele) vacancies in various departments. Eligible candidates may apply in the prescribed application format within 45 days from the date of advertisement. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, how to apply are given below.
Cabinet Secretariat Recruitment Notification 2016 Details:
Date of Advertisement 23-04-2016 to 29-04-2016
Last Date for Receipt of Application Within 45 days from the date of advertisement
Last Date for Receipt of Application for Remote Areas Within 60 days from the date of advertisement
Total Number of Posts: 20
Name of the Posts:
1. Senior Research Officer (Crypto): 06 Posts
2. Senior Research Officer (S&T): 06 Posts
3. Senior Field Officer (Tele): 08 Posts
Candidates age should not be exceed in 35 years as on closing date of receipt of application. Age relaxation is applicable for 3 years for OBC, 5 years for SC/ ST.
Educational Qualification For Cabinet Secretariat Recruitment Notification 2016:
Candidates should possess Master Degree in Computer Applications or Degree in Engineering for post 1, Master Degree in Physics or Chemistry for post 2, Degree in Engineering or Technology from a recognized University in Telecommunication for post 3.
Short listed Candidates will be called for Test/ Interview.
About Cabinet Secretariat:
The Cabinet Secretariat is responsible for the administration of the Government of India (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1961 and the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules 1961, facilitating smooth transaction of business in Ministries/ Departments of the Government by ensuring adherence to these rules. The Secretariat assists in decision-making in Government by ensuring Inter-Ministerial coordination, ironing out differences amongst Ministries/ Departments and evolving consensus through the instrumentality of the standing/ adhoc Committees of Secretaries. Through this mechanism new policy initiatives are also promoted. Before the adoption of the portfolio system in the Government of India, all governmental business was disposed of by the Governor-General-in Council, the Council functioning as a joint consultative board. As the amount and complexity of business of the Government increased, the work of the various departments was distributed amongst the members of the Council only the more important cases being dealt with by the Governor-General or the Council collectively. This procedure was legalised by the Councils Act of 1861 during the time of Lord Canning, leading to the introduction of the portfolio system and the inception of the Executive Council of the Governor-General. The Secretariat of the Executive Council was headed by the Private Secretary to the Viceroy, but he did not attend the Council meetings. Lord Willingdon first started the practice of having his Private Secretary by his side at these meetings. Later, this practice continued and in November, 1935, the Viceroys Private Secretary was given the additional designation of Secretary to the Executive Council.
How to Apply For Cabinet Secretariat Recruitment Notification 2016:
Eligible candidates may send their duly filled application typed on A-4 size paper in capital letters along with self attested copies of recent passport size photograph, educational qualifications including valid Gate score, age proof, caste certificate in an envelope superscribed as Application for the post of by ordinary post to Post Bag No. 001, Lodhi Road Head Post Office, New Delhi-110003 within 45 days from the date of advertisement & 60 days for remote areas.
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