PRL Recruitment: Applications invited for Assistant posts in Physical Research Laboratory, Govt Jobs for graduates
PRL Recruitment 2022: Important Updates for the aspirants who are seeking Government Jobs in Physical Research Laboratory. Applications are invited for the posts of Assistant and Junior Personal Assistant in Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) under the Department of Space, Government of India. The laboratory is to recruit 11 posts of Assistant and 6 posts of Junior Personal Assistant. Eligible candidates may apply through the online application form provided in the recruitment section on the official website of PRL, prl.res.in. The last date of application is 1 October 2022.
PRL Recruitment 2022: Vacancy
- Assistant – 11
- Junior Personal Assistant – 06
PRL Recruitment 2022: Application Fees
During the application, candidates will also have to pay a fee of Rs 250, which can be paid through online means. However, the reserved categories (SC, ST, Divyang, etc.) as well as women candidates are given complete relaxation in the application fee.
PRL Recruitment 2022: Education Qualification
For Assistant Posts in Physical Research Laboratory, only those candidates can apply who have first class graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized university or any other higher education institution and have knowledge of computer application. Whereas, for Junior Personal Assistant posts, candidates should have graduation as well as having minimum speed of 80 words per minute in English stenography and knowledge of computer application.
PRL Recruitment 2022: Age Limit
Candidates age should not be less than 18 years and not more than 26 years for both the posts. There will be relaxation in the upper age limit for the reserved categories candidates.
PRL Recruitment 2022: Selection Process
According to the recruitment notification released by PRL, the prescribed process for the selection of candidates consists of the stages of scrutiny of applications, written test and skill test. The written test will be conducted in such a way as to ascertain the theoretical and practical knowledge of the candidate as per the prescribed syllabus. The skill test will be on ‘Go-No-Go’ basis only and its marks will not be considered for selection. However, one has to score at least 60 marks out of 100 to qualify it.