Computer Science – Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research

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Website Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research

The Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research (IIOR) earlier operating as All India Coordinated Research Project on Oilseeds(AICORPO) came into existence on August 1, 1977, with the Headquarters at Rajendranagar, Hyderabad.

Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research – Job Details

Computer Science Young Professional- II job recruitment in Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research on a temporary basis.

No. of Post: 01

Qualification : Postgraduate degree in Computer Science and also application.

Desirable: a) Firstly, the Ability to understand and operate office automation packages like payroll, bill processing.

b) Secondly, Knowledge in handling databases preferably SQL and operating user interfaces for Purchases, Finance, and Accounts, working knowledge on Oracle and Java platforms and good communication skills to coordinate with our staff and software vendors.

c) Thirdly, Knowledge of the MIS/FMS system.

d) Lastly, working knowledge in handling & processing the proposal of GEM and CPP portal for uploading the Tender documents etc.

Emoluments : Rs.25,000 (fixed) per month.

Age Limit: 21- 45 years. The candidate’s age should not be less than 21 years as on 01-07-2019 and also more than 45 years as on 1-7-2019 (with relaxation as per Govt. rules) in case of SC/ST/OBC & PH candidates.

Job Summary

Type: Full Time
Role: Research/JRF/SRF
Category: Govt Jobs, Walkin
Hiring Process: Walk-In
Who can apply: Freshers can also apply

About Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research

The Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research (IIOR) earlier operating as All India Coordinated Research Project on Oilseeds(AICORPO) came into existence on August 1, 1977, with the Headquarters at Rajendranagar, Hyderabad.

So, it operated with a Project Director as its administrative head and also seven Project Coordinators for groundnut, rapeseed-mustard, sesame, linseed, castor, safflower, sunflower, and niger. Subsequently, groundnut and rapeseed-mustard were delinked from the Directorate with the establishment of the National Research Centre for each of these crops during 1979 and also 1993 respectively.

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