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AMD Recruitment 2024 - 321 Total Jobs Updated On 28 Oct 2022

AMD Recruitment 2024: Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration & Research (AMD) has announced the latest recruitment notification of Junior Translation Officer, Assistant Security Officer Jobs jobs for 321 vacancies. Lots of job vacancies are released for all the eligible and skilled aspirants. All the individuals who are qualified in 10th/ Degree/ Diploma/ M.Sc are eligible to apply for this AMD Notification 2024. Aspirants who luckily visit this website can easily get all the job vacancies available in the public sector department. Hopefuls who have the desire to work as an employee in the AMD Department can grab this career opportunity by applying before the last date. Here through our website, we have intimated all the details of AMD Various Jobs. Required job seekers must download the official notification to check all the clear details like educational qualification, selection process, age limit, application dates, pay scale, application procedure, and other related information.  To Read More about AMD Recruitment, Read More



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28-Oct-2022
Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research (AMD) has proclaimed the Latest Job Notification for the Post o ....

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Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration & Research (AMD) is the oldest unit of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India. It was established in the year 1948. Its headquarters are located at Hyderabad and seven regional centers. Mohan Babu Verma was the Director of AMD Organization. AMD also extended its contribution towards the recovery of Rare Metals and Rare Earth's elements.

AMD started functioning from New Delhi on 10th August 1948 as Rare Minerals Survey Unit. Renamed first as Raw Materials Division and then as Atomic Minerals Division in 1958, it was shifted to Hyderabad in 1974. On 29 July 1998, it underwent the latest name change as Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration & Research to assert its status as a premier geological exploration and research organization.