IGNCA Jobs 2017
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IGNCA Jobs – 01 Consultant – Walk-In-Interview on – 16th Oct 2017
Important Dates –
- Date of Interview : 16th Oct 2017 at 11.00 AM
Vacancy Details :
- Position Name : Consultant
- Vacant Post : 01 Post
- Scale of Pay : Rs.55000/- (Per Month)
- Qualification Required : Master’s Degree from a recognized university.
- Age Limit : As per IGNCA rules
Job Location : New Delhi
Selection Criteria : Selection will be based on Interview.
IGNCA Application Fee : No Application Fee
IGNCA Application Procedure –
- Application Type – Walk-In-Interview
- Procedure of Application – Interested Candidates may appear for Interview along with duly filled-in application Perform attached at time of Interview & Venue of Interview at “IGNCA’s Conference Hall,Central Vista Mess, Janpath, New Delhi-110001”.
- IGNCA Job Notice & Application Form : IGNCA Notification for 01 Consultant Post Oct 2017
About IGNCA Jobs
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi (IGNCA) is a premier government-funded arts organization in India. It is an autonomous institution under the Union Ministry of Culture. It was established in the memory of Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, with Kapila Vatsyayan as its founding director.
The IGNCA was launched on 19 November 1985 by Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi at a function where the symbolism of the components was clearly articulated at different levels. The elements – fire, water, earth, sky and vegetation – were brought together. Five rocks from five major rivers – Sindhu (Indus), Ganga, Kaveri, Mahanadi and the Narmada (where the most ancient ammonite fossils are found) were composed into sculptural forms. These remain at the site as reminders of the antiquity of Indian culture and the sacredness of her rivers and rocks.