NIMH notifies recruitment in Karnataka
Date | May 19, 2015
National Institute of Miners' Health notified recruitment for the posts of Project Assistant.
Total number of posts: 2
Name of the post: Project Assistant
The candidate should have a B.Sc degree in Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics/Environmental Science/Electronic Science or a Diploma in Mining. A M.Sc degree in Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics or B.E./B.Tech in Mining is a desirable qualification. Preference will be given to candidates having working experience in mines and computer knowledge.
The candidate's age should be greater than or equal to 28 years.
The eligible candidate will be offered an amount of Rs 10,000
The candidates who wish to apply for this post, can download the application from NIMH's official website and appear for the walk-in interview at registered office of NIMH at Kolar Gold Fields (Karnataka) along with duly filled form and a DD.
The DD should be of Rs 200, drawn in favor of National Institute of Miners Health, payable at Nagpur.
The last date to apply is May 28.
Mining in India has been happening since pre-historic times. Historians believe that large scale mining for minerals in India started during the reign of Mauryan dynasty. It was known for years that mine workers had a predilection for development of lung diseases and needed special care. After several meetings at various forums, the Government of India resolved for the formation of National Institute of Miners' Health at Kolar Gold Fields. The President of India approved the formation of National Institute of Miners' Health on May 11, 1989 and formally the institute was registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act as an "Autonomous Body" on February 21, 1990.