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NIELIT To Conduct Interview For Scientist B Post From October 3

webdesk | Monday, September 25, 2017 4:54 PM IST

NIELIT To Conduct Interview For Scientist B Post From October 3

National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT), Delhi will conduct interview for recruitment to the post of Scientist B in ICERT. The written examination was held in 22 July 2017 and candidates who have qualified the exam are shortlisted for the interview. The interview will be held stream wise from 3 October till 5 October. NIELIT has shortlisted candidates in the ratio of 1:3. The interview will be held at National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) Delhi Centre, 2nd Floor, Parsvnath Metro Mall, Inderlok Metro Station, Inderlok Delhi - 110052.

The interview call letter are available on the official website of NIELIT, nielit.gov.in.

Candidates with BE/ BTech in IT have to attend the interview on 4 October and those in Computer Science or Computer Engineering stream have their interview on 5 October. Other candidates can appear for the interview on 3 October.

The candidates who have applied for Scientist B posts may download their interview call letters following these steps:

Step One: Go to the official website nielit.gov.in
Step Two: Click on the recruitment tab
Step Three: Click on the link 'Interview Schedule for the post of Scientist 'B' (Advertisement No. NIELIT/NDL/2017/4) in ICERT'
Step Four: Click on 'Download interview call letter for the post of Scientist 'B' (Advertisement No. NIELIT/NDL/2017/4) in ICERT'
Step Five: Enter the application number and date of birth
Step Six: Submit the details
Step Seven: Download the call letter and take a printout

 'Candidates, who are unable to download their interview call letters from the website should contact at [email protected] Interview call letters will be available on the website only and shall be downloaded by the candidates and no paper interview call letters will be issued for the Interview by NIELIT,' said an official notification.