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Library & Information Assistant (German) in National Library, Kolkata in SSC (Southern Region), Chennai

Staff Selection Commision(Southern Region), Chennai
No.4/3/2012-SR Website :
Advt No.:SSC/SR/1/2013

Closing Date : 30.4.2013

Advt.No.SR- 1/2013
Library & Information Assistant (German) in National Library, Kolkata
Classification : General Central Service Group "C" (Non-Gazetted) (NonMinisterial)
No.of Vacancy : SC-1 (One). OH/HH candidates alone are eligible to apply.
Scale of Pay : PB-2 -Rs.9300-34800 plus Grade Pay Rs.4200/-
Initial Place of Posting : National Library, Kolkata.
Age Limit : 18-28 Years; Upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years for SC
candidates (i.e.) 33 Years.
Fee Payable : Exempted from payment of fees
Essential Qualification : 1.(i) A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University; and
(ii) A degree in Library Science from a recognized University.
2. Proficiency in German language at Matriculation or equivalent
level from a recognized Board.
Note : Qualifications are relaxable at the discretion of the Staff
Selection Commission/Competent Authority in case candidates
are otherwise well qualified.
Desirable Qualification(s): NIL
Job Responsibilities : Classifying, Cataloguing and accessioning of new Books, recataloguing of old books, correcting proofs for printed

catalogue, dealing with loan of books to both local and
mofussile borrowers, supplying information to and dealing
with readers, other technical matters etc.

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