Job In NUEPA (National University of Educational Planning and Administration) Assistant Government Jobs in New Delhi – Assistant Job In NUEPA
NUEPA Invited application for the Assistant Government Jobs in New Delhi .Here is a Detail of this post for the help of those candidate who applying this post interested candidate can apply .Last date for applying this post 19th January 2010
NUEPA invites applications for the Assistant post :
Assistant : Graduation. Desirable: Experience of Establishment/ Accounts work and ability to type and proficiency in Computer work.
How To Apply:
Application complete in all respect must reach The Registrar, National University of Educational Planning and Administration,17?B, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi?110016 on or before 19th January 2010.along with two recent passport size photographs, one pasted on application and a self addressed stamped (Rs.10) envelope of size 22cm x 10cm should be attached with the application form. The Candidate should mention "Application for the Post of ____________________", in bold letters on top of the envelope containing application.
A non refundable application fee of Rs.200 for General and OBC category and Rs.100 for SC/ ST category in the form of Demand Draft in favour of Registrar, NUEPA New Delhi
The Registrar, National University of Educational Planning and Administration,17?B, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi?110016
The National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA), established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, is a premier organization dealing with capacity building and research in planning and management of education not only in India but also in South Asia. In recognition of the pioneering work done by the organization in the field of educational planning and administration, the Government of India have empowered it to award its own degrees by way of conferring it the status of Deemed to be University in August, 2006. Like any Central University, NUEPA is fully maintained by the Government of India.
The National University has its origin dating back to 1962 when the UNESCO established the Asian Regional Centre for Educational Planners and Administrators which later became the Asian Institute of Educational Planning and Administration in 1965. After 4 years of its existence, it was taken over by the Government of India and renamed as the National Staff College for Educational Planners and Administrators. Subsequently, with the increased roles and functions of the National Staff College, particularly in capacity building, research and professional support services to governments, it was again renamed as the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA) in 1979.