ASRB Recruitment 2018


Total No Posts - 195 Posts

Last Date 02 March

ASRB Job Details :
1) Post Name: ARS- 2017 (Preliminary) and NET (I)-2018
No of Vacancy: 195 Posts
Qualification: Candidate must possess a Master’s degree or equivalent in the concerned Discipline and specialization completed on or before 24.06.2018 from any Indian University.
Age Limit: Minimum and maximum age limit is 21 to 32 years for ARS- 2017 & attained 21 years NET (I)-2018 as on 01.01.2018

Nationality: Indian

Job Location: New Delhi

Selection Process: Selection will be based on Preliminary and Mains Examination and viva-voce.

Application Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs.500/- for ARS- 2016 and for NET (I)-2017 Rs 1000/- for Unreserved (UR), Rs.500/- for Other Backward Class (OBC) & Rs.250/- for Scheduled Caste (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Divyang / Women through Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking OR Challan.

How to Apply ASRB Vacancy: Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website http://www.asrb.org.in form 06.02.2018 to 02.03.2018 till 1700 Hrs thereafter website link will be disabled.

Important Dates to Remember:
Starting Date For Submission Of Online Application: 06.02.2018
Last Date For Submission Of Online Application: 02.03.2018
 
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