DRDO Recruitment 2020: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) will conduct a walk-in-interview for the collection of fellowing (JRF) in engineering disciplines at a month-to-month stipend of Rs 31,000 per 30 days. There are a complete of 16 JRF seats. The interview might be held between January 4 and 11.
Candidates (Male/Female/Transgender) possessing Graduate diploma in the skilled course (BE/ B. Tech) in first division with legitimate NET/GATE rating OR Post Graduate diploma in (M.E. I M.Tech) with First Division each at Graduate and Postgraduate in Mechanical Engg, Automobile Engg, (*16*) Engg & Computer Science are eligible for the posts.
DRDO recruitment 2020: Vacancy details
- Mechanical engineering — 6 seatsAutomobile Engineering —- 3 seats
(*16*) engineering —– 3 seats
Computer science engineering —-4 seats
Place of Interview— Vehicles Research and Development Establishment, Vahannagar, Ahmedabad
Dates of Interview — January 4 to 11- 9.30 am
Candidates should convey handwritten or typed functions alongside related paperwork like mark sheets, certificates, and so on and one photo- ID card issued by authorities
DRDO recruitment 2020: Education qualification
Candidates must have a graduate degree in a professional course (BE/ B. Tech) in first division with valid NET/GATE score OR Post Graduate degree in (M.E. I M.Tech) with First Division both at Graduate and Postgraduate in Mechanical Engg, Automobile Engg, Electronics Engg & Computer Science are eligible for the posts.
Mean-while, The total number of active coronavirus cases in India crossed the 4.5 lakh mark for the first time after nine days on Thursday, when 43,082 new COVID-19 infections were recorded, government data shows. With this, India’s total Covid cases have risen to 93,09,787. Up to 492 people also died of the highly infectious disease in the last 24 hours taking the overall Covid-related death count to 1,35,715. Total discharged cases rose to 87,18,517 with 39,379 new discharges in this period.
The rise in active COVID-19 cases comes amid apprehensions of a second wave nationally as infection rate has spiked in states with relatively fewer cases till now, including Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, and Himachal Pradesh. Many states have adopted localized restrictions, including night curfews, and doubled fines for not wearing masks and crowding.