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Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Invites Application for Junior Research Fellow Recruitment 2020
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
invites applications for recruitment of Junior Research Fellow (JRF)
Junior Research Fellow (JRF)
Parliament Street, New Delhi, 110001 New Delhi
Number of Vacancy: 1 Posts
Educational Qualification: The applicant must be a First class in B.Tech and M.Tech in Civil Engineering. GATE qualification is mandatory. Desirable qualification: M. Tech. project in Pavement materials.
31000-35000/- Per Month
Age Limit: 28 Years as on April 1, 2020.
How to Apply:
Scanned application on Plain paper with detailed CV (Name, permanent and correspondence address, names of father and mother, telephone no. and e-mail address, details of educational career (starting from High School or equivalent)) along with self-attested copies of all mark-sheets & certificates and details of any research or other experience etc. if any, should reach within 21 days of advertisement to firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on: 31st May 2020
For more details, please refer to official notification at Download Official Notification
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Recruitment for following posts:
|Job Title / Posts||Last Date||Job Location|
|Junior Research Fellow (JRF) - ( 1 Posts) Posts||16th June 2020||Parliament Street, New Delhi|
About Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Recruitment
About Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, a ministry of the Government of India, is the apex body for formulation and administration of the rules, regulations, and laws relating to road transport, and transport research, in order to increase the mobility and efficiency of the road transport system in India. Road transport is a critical infrastructure for economic development of India. It influences the pace, structure, and pattern of development. In India, roads are used to transport over 60% of the total goods and 85% of the passenger traffic.
The Department of War Transport was formed in July 1942, by the bifurcation of the then Department Of Communications into two Departments.
The functions allocated to the Department of War Transport include Major Ports, Railways Priorities, utilization of road and water transport, Petrol rationing and Producer Gas. Broadly speaking, the functions of the War Transport Department were to coordinate the demands for transport in wartime, Coastal Shipping and the administration and development of major ports.
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways recruitment offers great career opportunities for several posts such as Project Monitors. Interested candidates can pursue courses in Civil/Mechanical/Electrical engineering for a great career at Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.