National Book Trust, under Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, invites applications from eligible candidates for recruitment of various posts on direct recruitment basis for its Head Office, New Delhi.
Assistant Editor (Punjabi)- 01 vacancy
Librarian- 01 vacancy
Editorial Assistant (Hindi)- 01 vacancy
Assistant (For Western Regional Office, Mumbai)- 01 vacancy
Senior Stenographer (English)- 02 vacancies
Marketing Executive (For Southern Regional Office, Bengaluru)- 01 vacancy
Junior Stenographer (English and Hindi)- 04 vacancies
Telephone Operator-cum-Receptionist- 01 vacancy
Upper Division Clerk (For Eastern Regional Office, Kolkata)- 01 vacancy
Last Date for Receipt of Application: 25-March-2016
Minimum 18 years and Maximum 25 years for Upper Division Clerk, Telephone Operator-cum-Receptionist, and Junior Stenographer Posts
Minimum 21 years and Maximum 30 years for Marketing Executive Post
Maximum 30 years for Senior Stenographer, Assistant, Editorial Assistant, and Librarian Posts
Maximum 35 years for Assistant Editor Post
However, relaxation in upper age limit applicable as per government rules.
Application Fees: Rs. 300/-
Candidates are suggested to pay the application fee in form of demand draft in favour of Director, National Book Trust, India payable at New Delhi. Candidates must write their names and the post applied for on the reverse of the Bank Draft.
How to Apply: Interested candidates are suggested to send duly completed application form in prescribed format along with demand draft, required documents as per suggested in official advertisement to the Deputy Director (Establishment), National Book Trust, India, Nehru Bhawan, 5, Institutional Area, Phase-II, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi- 110 070
The envelope containing the application form must be superscribed as “Application for the post of _____” For complete detail on this recruitment and prescribed application format, please go through official recruitment notification from National Book Trust, here, www.nbtindia.gov.in/feb-26-2016.pdf