GSFC Recruitment

GSFC Recruitment

GSFC Recruitment: GSFC | Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited has Published Latest Jobs. This is Great Opportunity for Candidates Who Want to Make Their Future in GSFC. Candidates Should Be find More Details about GSFC Vacancies 2019. For More Details About Vacancies or Post Recruitment Check Official Website or Visit MaruGujarat Online.

 

GSFC Recruitment 2019

 

Other Details Like Age Limit, Educational Qualification, Salary Scale, Selection Process, Application Fee and How to Apply in This Job. All Details Are Given in Below Post Read Full Notification and Apply for It.

GSFC Recruitment 2019 for Various Posts (Last Date 12-05-19)

Posts:
  • Junior Agronomist / Assistant Agronomist (On Contract)
    • Qualification: M.Sc (Agriculture Science) – 02 years full time course with min. 55% marks from reputed university. OR B.Sc (Agriculture Science) – 04 years full time course with min. 60%marks from reputed university.
    • Experience Min 2 yrs of relevant experience excluding training
  • Junior Analyst (R&D) – On Contract
    • Qualification M. Sc (Inorganic/Organic/Analytical Chemistry) – 02 years full time course with minimum 55% marks from reputed university
    • Experience Minimum 2 years of relevant experience excluding training
  • Asst. Technician (Metallurgy) – On Contract
    • Qualification Diploma (Metallurgy) -3 years full time course with minimum 60 % marks from reputed university
    • Experience Minimum 2 years of relevant experience excluding apprenticeship/training
Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on an interview.
How to Apply: Interested Candidates may Apply Online Through official Website.

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Important Dates:

Last Date to Apply Online: 12-05-2019


About GSFC |  Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited

 

 

Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited is an Indian manufacturer of fertilizers and Industrial Chemicals. GSFC was founded in 1962. Oil and gas discoveries in Bombay High and South Basin triggered the birth of 8 new generation fertilizer plants to fulfill the growing food needs of India