NCAOR Recruitment 2021:- NCAOR has given a free job alert for Freshers and other candidates, which is updated on 18 Jun 2021. The candidates who have completed B.Tech, Post Graduate, M.Sc qualification for the position of Project Scientist, Executive Assistant and it has about of 85 vacancies. All the job seekers and aspirants who are looking job over NCAOR jobs in India can check this page for all latest recruitment 2021 updates. Here we provide you more details such as Read Details, Eligibility Criteria, Selection procedure, Educational Qualification, etc.we ensure that none of the NCAOR Recruitment job notification gets missed on our website. So all the aspirants who are interested can go through the notifications below and apply for this recruitment before the last date.Read More
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About NCAOR:- The NCAOR is Alson known as NCAOR that is National Centre for Antarctic and Ocen Research. The NCAOR is an Indian Research and Development Institution. The NCAOR has Renamed as National Centre for Polar and Ocen Research in July 2018. The NCAOR or NCAOR was Established on 25th May 1998 at Vasco da Gama. National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research (NCAOR) is India’s premier R&D institution responsible for the country’s research activities in the polar and Southern Ocean realms. With a mission mandate that is quite challenging, the Centre is designated as the nodal organization for the coordination and implementation of the Indian Antarctic Programme, including the maintenance of India’s permanent station in Antarctica.