JOB POST: Consultant at National Bal Bhavan, Delhi: Walk in Interview on August 22

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About National Bal Bhavan

The Founder Father of National Bal Bhavan Shri. Jawaharlal Nehru felt that the Bal Bhavan movement is the best national option to ensure this. He felt that the formal education system left little scope for the overall development of the child’s personality. He envisioned National Bal Bhavan as a place which would fill this gap.

Since 1956, Bal Bhavan has brought in children across gender class caste divides to nurture their curiosity and imagination, helping them to enjoy childhood and learn joyfully. The Bal Bhavan movement today continues to help children become future creative thinkers, designers, scientists, leaders, compassionate and responsible citizens who contribute to society.

Job Description

A Walk-in-Interview will be held in NBB to fill up the post of Consultant (Admn.) purely on contract basis for a period of 1 year.

Interested candidates may report for Walk-in-Interview along with Biodata and all Original Documents with each set of photocopies of educational qualification and experience on date and time mentioned below:-

Number of Vacancies

1 (one)

Location

National Bal Bhavan, Kotla Marg, ITO, Delhi, 110002, India

Eligibility

  • Degree from a recognized University and a diploma in relevant discipline from a recognized Institution.
  • Minimum 5 years experience as Section Officer in Govt/Semi Govt/PSU/Autonomous Body.
  • Having knowledge of all Recruitment, Promotions, Legal Matters, Disciplinary Proceedings, Parliament Questions, RTI & General Matters of Administration like Purchase Procedure, etc.

How to Apply?

The Walk in Interview is on 22nd August 2020 (Saturday) at 09:30 A.M at National Bal Bhavan, Kotla Road, New Delhi-110002, India.

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