Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering & Research (SAMEER) is an autonomous
Research & Development Institute under the Administrative control of Ministry of Electronics &
Information Technology, Government of India.
Its main objective is to promote the growth of
Science and Technology in RF/Microwave Electronics, Medical Electronics, Electromagnetics,
Opto-Electronics, Millimeter-wave Technology and its allied areas.
Applications are invited for posts of Scientific Officer-SB under Direct Recruitment Scheme for
Name of the Post:
Scientific Officer SB in-
- Electronics Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
Pay Band: Level 7 in pay matrix as per 7th Pay commission.
- Candidates should be in possession of First class (minimum 60% or equivalent CGPA) degree awarded by the university up to the closing date of application.
- Candidates should possess the prescribed experience in the relevant fields as mentioned under the column “Experience” with documentary proof.
- Crucial date for counting experience will be the closing date for applications.
- The experience possessed before acquiring the essential qualifications will not be counted. In such cases, the required experience will be counted only from the date the essential qualifications are acquired.
- The prescribed Essential Qualifications/experience is the bare minimum and mere possession of the same does not entitle candidates to be called for written test/skill test.
How to Apply:
- Candidates are required to register and fill the online form available here
- Applications should be submitted online only.
- Applications will be accepted online only within twenty-one (21) days from the date of publishing in employment news.
- Candidates are required to register, complete and submit the online form.
- Subsequently, candidates should print the completed form and submit the same along with attested copies of relevant documents for verification so as to reach before 31st March 2018.
For further details, please visit the link given here