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Walk-in at University of Agricultural Sciences (UAS) Dharwad, 24th Aug

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University of Agricultural Sciences (UAS), Dharwad will conduct Walk -in- Interview to fill up post of ‘Subject Matter Specialist (SMS)' and ‘Crop. Specialist' in Krishi Vigyan Kendras or AEEC. The candidates eligible for the post may appear for the Walk -in- Interview on 24 August 2015.

Date & Time of Walk - in - Interview: 24 August 2015

Details of Posts

  • Subject Matter Specialist (SMS): 07 Posts
  • Crop. Specialist (Agronomy)" for AEEC: 04 Posts

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification: Candidates must possess Master's Degree in the appropriate discipline or equivalent from recognized University or Institute the relevant post- qualification experience in the concerned field (if any).

Pay Scale: Candidate will get the Consolidated Remuneration of Rs. 15,600/- plus Academic Grade Pay of Rs. 5,400/- and the total will be Rs. 21,000/- Per Month.

How to Apply? 
Interested candidates may appear for the Walk -in- Interview on 24 August 2015 (Monday) at 10:00 AM in the office of Director of Extension, University of Agriculture (UAS), Dharwad along with original Certificates/ documents (for verification). Candidate may apply in the prescribed format with complete bio- data along with a set of attested photo copies of relevant certificates/ testimonials in support of date of birth, qualifications, experience, category (SC/ ST/ PWD), etc. and a recent passport size photograph affix on the application form.

Walk-in at UAS, Dharwad, 24th August 2015

About UAS, Dharwad

The University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad was established on October 1, 1986. The University has 5 Colleges, 30 Research Stations, 6 Extension Education Units, 5 Krishi Vigyan Kendras and ATIC.

The University has its jurisdiction over 7 districts namely Bagalkot, Belgaum, Bijapur, Dharwad, Gadag, Haveri, and Uttar Kannada in northern Karnataka. Greater diversity exists in soil types, climate, topography cropping and farming situations. The jurisdiction includes dry-farming to heavy rainfall and irrigated area.

Important crops of the region include sorghum, cotton, rice, pulses, chilli, sugarcane, groundnut, sunflower, wheat, safflower etc. The region is also known for many horticultural crops. Considerable progress has been registered in the field of education, research and extension from this University.

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