IIT Dhanbad Recruitment 2020 - 51 Total Jobs Updated On 30 Nov 2019

IIT Dhanbad Recruitment 2020: Latest Upcoming Govt Jobs Notifications are available for all the Skilled and Unemployed aspirants. Indian Institute of Technology Dhanbad (IIT Dhanbad) has advertised the Latest Notification of Engineer's, Staff Nurse and Other Jobs for 51 Vacancies. All the individuals who are qualified in B.E/B.Tech, B.Sc Nursing, Post Graduate are eligible to apply for this IIT Dhanbad Notification 2020. Many unemployed aspirants are searching for Govt Jobs Notifications. Those Jobless aspirants who are facing problems without the Job Opportunities must take the chance to apply for this IIT Dhanbad Recruitment 2020. Aspirants who luckily visit this article can easily get all the Job Vacancies released by the Public Sector Department. Each and every applicant must check the official Notification for clear details like Educational Qualification, Age Limit, Selection process, Application procedure, Pay Scale, Application Dates, and Other related information.

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About IIT Dhanbad Careers

Indian Institute of Technology Dhanbad is a public engineering ad research institution located in Dhanbad. It was established in the year 1926. It was formerly known as the Indian School of Mines and was a Central University before it was converted into an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and an Institute of National Importance. 

On 25 May 2016, the Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Modi approved that bill be introduced in Parliament for converting ISM Dhanbad into an Indian Institute of Technology. IIT admits its undergraduate students through Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced), previously IIT-JEE. 

The Institute originally offered courses mainly in Mining Engineering and Applied Geology when it opened. In 1957, the institute began offering courses in Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics and the name was changed to the Indian School of Mines. Up to 1967, it was a government institute where the faculties were recruited through Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).