Personal Assistants for NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA




NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA

(Ministry of Shipping, Road, Transport and Highways)


Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Personal Assistants in the scale of Rs. 6500-200-10500/- (pre-revised) & Stenographer in the scale of Rs. 4000-100-6000/- (pre-revised) (Central Govt. pattern) on deputation basis from the candidates working in State Govt. Deptt./Autonomous Bodies/PSUs holding analogous posts or with atleast 5 years regular service as Stenographer in the scale of Rs. 4000-100-6000/- (pre-revised) or equivalent for the post of PA & 3 years regular service as Stenographer in the scale of Rs. 4000-100-6000/- (pre-revised) or equivalent for the post of Stenographer. The recommendations of Sixth Pay Commissions have also been implemented in NHAI.

Number of vacancies:
Personal Assistants (PA) - 10
Stenographer - 25 (likely to vary depending on requirements).
The posts carry all India Service liability and the selected candidates may be posted anywhere in India.

Period of Deputation: Initially for a period of 3 years

Interested and eligible candidates may apply through proper channel in the following format:

(1) Application for the post of
(2) Name of the Candidate
(3) Fathers/Husbands Name
(4) Date of Birth
(5) Permanent Address
(6) Address for correspondence
- (6a) Telephone No.:(Off /Res./Mob.)
- (6b) Fax No. (if any)
(7) Religion
(8) Whether belong to SC/ST/OBC/PH
(9) Details of Educational Qualification from Matriculation onwards
- (9a) Examination passed
- (9b) Year of passing
- (9c) Name of the Institute/University Board
- (9d) Main subjects (9e) Total percentage of marks & division
(10) Details of experience (in chronological order)
- (10a) Name of the Organization
- (10b) Position held
- (10c) Period of tenure with dates
- (10d) Brief description of duties
- (10e) Pay, scale of pay and total emoluments drawn
- (10f) Details of experience in the relevant field (with dates)
(11) Details of Computer knowledge

Application along with detailed CV as well as copies of certificates and mark sheets of professional qualifications, experience etc. may be sent through Registered Post/Speed Post latest by 27.02.2009 to the following address:

DGM (Admn.-I)
National Highways Authority of India
G 5& 6, Sector 10,
Dwarka, New Delhi 110075
Ph. 011-25074100/200 (Extn. 1344)


The Last Date for Reciept of Application Form - 27/02/2009


Reference: www.nhai.org


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