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National Aerospace Laboratories Technicians Recruitment 2013 | www.nal.res.in


www.nal.res.in Employment NewsNational Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) a research laboratory of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) released employment news against Technician-1 Posts. It invited online applications from suitable Indian citizens for the employment of 64 posts. Online application links and full recruitment notification can be found in www.nal.res.in. The last date to submit applications through online for NAL posts is 10th April, 2013.


Technician-1 (In various trades): 64 (SC-6, ST-4, OBC-17, EXSM-2, SPORTS-1, PWD-2 & UR-32)
Salary                  : approximately Rs.18000. Besides this the staffs are entitled many other allowances like HRA, DA, TA and medical facilities.   
Age Limit            : 28 years
Educational Qualifications: ITI or Trade Certificate in the respective trade

Application Process: Candidates found themselves suitable for the above posts can register through www.nal.res.in on or before 10th April 2013. After submission of online application, take a printout of application form and send it along with credentials to “The Senior Controller of Administration, CSIR NATIONAL AEROSPACE LABORATORIES, P B No.1779, HAL Airport Road, Kodihalli, Bangalore- 560 017, Karnataka” so as to reach latest by 10th April 2013.
Website: www.nal.res.in

About the Employer National Aerospace Laboratories
NAL is a constituent of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. It was established in the year 1959 with the prime responsibility of developing civilian aircrafts in India. NAL is conducting many Aerospace Research, Development and Technology programs. It is also participating actively in DRDO, HAL, ISRO and Indian Air Force National Aerospace Programs. Currently near about 1500 staffs are employed in NAL including 400 Research and Design professionals. The official website for National Aerospace Laboratories is www.nal.res.in.

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