Job DetailsPost Name: : Assistant Director
No. of Post: 01 Posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered: Rs. 15600-39100/-
Grade Pay : Rs. 6600/-
Post Name: : Data Entry Operator
No. of Post: 01 posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered Rs.5200-20200/-
Grade Pay : Rs 1900/-
Eligibility: post-Graduation/Graduation passed
Location:: New Delhi
Age Limit: For Assistant Director : 45 Years
For Data Entry Operator : 30 Years. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria : For Assistant Director : Master Degree in any of the subjects of Science or Mathematics or Computer Application or Management including Behavioral Science, Commerce and Business Economics or Economics or Pharmacy or Engineering and Technology or Architecture and Town Planning from a recognized University or equivalent with experience.
For Data Entry Operator : Degree of recognized university or equivalent. Certificate/ Diploma course in Computer Application from recognized institute or equivalent.
Application Fee : No Fee Requirment
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written examination and interview.
How To Apply: Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with attested photocopies of testimonials and experience send to Director (Adman), All India Council for Technical Education, 7th Floor, Chanderlok Building, Janpath, New Delhi – 110001, on or before 24.11.2015
About All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)The AICTE was constituted in 1945 as an advisory body in all matters relating to technical education. Even though it had no statutory powers, it played a very important role in the development of technical education in the country. It had four regional committees with offices at Chennai, Mumbai, Kanpur and Calcutta. All the new schemes and proposals for starting new institutions/Programmes were approved by the corresponding Regional Committee and subsequently vetted by the Council.
There was large-scale expansion of technical education in the late fifties and early sixties and again in the eighties. While the expansion in the fifties was done with the approval of the AICTE and the Government of India, the expansion in the eighties was localised mostly in the four states of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh and was primarily in the self-financing sector without the approval of the AICTE and Government of India. It was in this period that the National Policy on Education-1986 made a specific mention of the need to make AICTE a statutory body and stated:
Even earlier, the Education Commission of 1964. popularly known as Kothari Commission after the name of its Chairman, made the following recommendation for the proper administration of technical