NHAI Recruitment 2018


Total No. Posts - 09 Posts

Last Date 30 May

Detail of Posts–
1. Deputy Manager (Vigilance) – 02
2. Hindi Translator – 03
3. Junior Hindi Translator – 03
4. Librarian – 01

Educational Qualification – Candidates should have completed Graduation Degree/ Master Degree(Any/Library Science), officers under the Central Government or State Governments or Union Territories or Universities or Recognized Research Institutions or Public Sector Undertakings or Semi Government or Statutory or Autonomous Organizations and other Government Bodies or its equivalent qualification from a recognized university. Check also official Advertisement for complete detail.

Age Criteria– Candidates upper age limit should not exceed 56 Years As on 30-05-2018. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules. For further post wise age detail go to important links given below.

Selection Mode – All form submitted Candidates will Be Selected through Based on Their Performance in Screening Test, Interview.

Scale of Pay: Rs. 15,600 – 39,100/- With 5400/- Grade Pay (Post 1), Rs. 9300 – 34800/- With 4200/4600/4800/- Grade Pay (Post 2-4).

Important Dates – All eligible and desirable Candidates are advised to Apply Offline mode as soon as before 30-05-2018.

Address – Shri Akhilesh Kumar, General Manager (HR/Admin)-I, National Highways Authority of India, G-5 & 6, Sector-10 Dwarka, New Delhi-110075.

How To Apply – All Eligible and Interested candidates are advised to submit their form through offline mode and also send it with all required documents (Mentioned In Detailed Advertisement) to the following address.Also must read the official advertisement in detail before applying.

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