The process of application for the recruitment issued by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of Bihar is going on from September 23, 2022. Interested candidates can apply for the recruitment by 31 October 2022.

Expansion

The Department of Science and Technology, Government of Bihar has released the recruitment of Office Attendant vacancies and invited applications from eligible candidates for the same. The applications for this recruitment are being done through online mode. All the candidates who wish to appear in this recruitment can submit their application by visiting the official website of Department of Science and Technology, Government of Bihar, dst.bihar.gov.in. Let’s know the whole process…

Apply by this date

The process of application for the recruitment issued by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of Bihar is going on from September 23, 2022. Interested candidates can apply for the recruitment by 31 October 2022. Candidates should note that the applications for this recruitment will be in online mode only. Applications will not be accepted through any other means.

Educational Qualification and Age Limit

Candidates applying for this recruitment have sought qualification and age limit according to the posts. General category applicants will have to deposit Rs 500 and reserved category candidates Rs 250 as application fee. Through this recruitment, eligible candidates will be selected on a total of 309 vacant posts.

How to Apply?

  • Firstly candidates go to the official website.
  • Now click on the respective recruitment link appearing on the home page.
  • Now you will come to a new page.
  • Login here by entering the requested information.
  • Now fill the application form by entering the information being asked here.
  • Now pay the application fee.
  • Download the application form and take a print out of it for further need.

Official Website Apply online (Click here)

Official Notification

 

 

Follow Us on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Flipboard | Google News