NIT Jamshedpur Recruitment 2023: Check Post, Qualification, Salary and Other Vital Details
NIT Jamshedpur Recruitment 2023: National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur is seeking applications from qualified candidates for the position of Medical Officer. In order to apply for NIT Jamshedpur Recruitment 2023, the candidate must hold an MBBS Degree or equivalent qualification included in any one of the Schedules of the Indian Medical Council Act 1956 (102 of 1956) and must be registered in a state Medical Register or Indian Medical Register. There are 02 vacant seats for the mentioned post. The chosen applicant for NIT Jamshedpur Recruitment 2023 will get a monthly salary of up to Rs. 56000.
As mentioned in the official notification of NIT Jamshedpur Recruitment 2023, the maximum age limit is 50 years. Candidates will be selected on the basis of interview. The interview will be held on 25.11.2023 from 04.00 PM at Computer Centre NIT Jamshedpur, Adityapur, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand-831014. Interested and eligible candidates can appear for an interview on the scheduled date along with duly filled-in application form and all relevant documents.
How to Apply for NIT Jamshedpur Recruitment 2023:
As mentioned in the official notification of NIT Jamshedpur Recruitment 2023, eligible candidates can appear for an interview on 25.11.2023 from 04.00 PM at Computer Centre NIT Jamshedpur, Adityapur, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand-831014 along with duly filled-in application form and all relevant documents.
About NIT Jamshedpur
National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur,earlier known as Regional Institute of Technology was established on 15th August 1960 as a joint venture of Government of India and the Government of Bihar in the chain of REC’s (Regional Engineering College) in India with the aim to generate technical graduates of highest standards who could provide technological leadership to the region. It was among the first eight Regional Engineering Colleges (RECs) established as part of the Second Five-Year Plan (1956 – 1961).
This was the only REC in the country which was named as RIT (Regional Institute of Technology). Therefore RIT Jamshedpur was actually the REC of undivided Bihar & Jharkhand. The foundation stone of RIT (REC) Jamshedpur was laid by Dr. Srikrishna Sinha, the then chief minister of Bihar , with the aim of nurturing talent and setting high standards of education and excellence. On 27th December 2002, in the line of all other RECs of India, RIT Jamshedpur (may be read as REC Jamshedpur too) was converted to National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur with the status of a Deemed University as per the decision of Govt. of India.
The Institute is fully funded and governed by the Ministry of Education (MoE), Government of India since 1st April, 2003. On 15 August 2007, NIT Jamshedpur was given the status of the Institute of National Importance through an Act of the Parliament known as the NIT Act. The Institute has 11 departments including engineering, science and humanities. The Institute, with 200 faculty, 4000 students, 150 administrative and supporting staff, is a self-contained campus.
It is located on the outskirts of Jamshedpur on 341.3 acres of sprawling, rolling hilly, wooded land. It combines natural beauty of countryside with urban glamour of an industrial area. The flowing river and picturesque backdrop of low hills on one side and large tracks of forest on the other make the campus an ideal place for higher learning and research. It has been growing from strength to strength ever since it was established in 1960.
Situated in the heart of the rich mineral and industrial belt of Jharkhand State, the campus encompasses the Main building, the Library, the Computer Center, 13 hostels (7 Boys hostels, 6 Girls hostels), 2 hostels Under-Construction, staff quarters, Guest House, a Students Gymkhana, a Post-office , a branch of State Bank of India, two ATMs, central store and a dispensary. The hostels and departments are connected with high speed wireless LAN.
The institute maintains courts for basketball, volleyball, badminton and tennis. Apart from this, it also has cricket, hockey and football grounds. The institute is poised for bright and promising future. The courses have been completely restructured and prepared as per the needs of society and industries. There is refreshing development on every front. The institute has achieved impressive placement for its students, with top industrial houses and software companies recruiting the students in large numbers.
NIT, Jamshedpur was formally inaugurated on 15th August 1960 at Adityapur, Jamshedpur by Dr. Srikrishna Sinha, the then and also the first Chief Minister of Bihar and the first Chairman of the Board of Governors of RIT, Jamshedpur. His eloquent speech highlighted the dreams and aspirations to be nurtured by the institute to achieve excellence in higher technical education, research and development.
This inaugural address was termed ‘the first lecture’ in Humanities by the founder Principal Dr. R. P. Verma. It is noteworthy that both the founder Chairman and the founder Principal happened to be freedom fighters. Their nationalistic fervour and passion for progress set the college moving on the right path towards technological development.
The historical day at RIT, Jamshedpur was 27th December, 2002 when it was formally upgraded to National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur with the Deemed University status. R.I.T., Jamshedpur started off by offering undergraduate courses in four branches (viz Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Metallurgy) of Engineering in 1960. The institute also offers M.Tech, Ph. D., Non-Formal B. Sc. Engineering Programme and MCA programmes.