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CARI Guwahati Recruitment 2021- Latest Job Openings

Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI) invites candidates for 2 vacant posts. Apply Now!

CARI Guwahati Recruitment 2021- Latest Job Openings

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  24 Nov 2021 9:19 AM GMT

About Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI)

The Institute was initially started with a Unit of Survey of Medicinal Plants and Clinical Research in the year 1971 and it was upgraded to Regional Research Institute in 1979. Further, it was renamed as North Eastern India Ayurveda Research Institute in the year 2009 and subsequently, it was again renamed as Regional Ayurveda Research Institute for Gastro-Intestinal Disorder. The Institute has its own Land and Building. The Institute was renamed as Central Ayurveda Research Institute with reference to the Letter vide. F.No.12-39/2015-CCRAS/Estt.4788, on 22nd Dec 2020.

Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI) Guwahati Latest Job Opening 2021

Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI) Guwahati invites candidates for 2 vacant posts. Interested candidates can check the relevant details given below :

Central Ayurvedic Research Institute (CARI) Guwahati Job Openings
Post Name No.of Post Salary Age Limit Qualification
SRF(Ayurveda) 1 Rs.35,000 + HRA Up to 35 years B.A.M.S. from any recognized institute
Content Writer 1 Rs.35,000 + HRA Up to 50 years Bachelor degree with proficiency in English and computer with experience

How to apply for CARI Guwahati Recruitment 2021

  • Interested candidates fulfilling the qualifications prescribed above may appear the walk-in-interview to be held on 26th November 2021m SRF (Ay.) & Content Writer (English) from 10.00 AM at CARI, Guwahati with duly filled application form along with self-attested Xerox copy of the necessary certificate with original documents and two recent passport size photographs. The candidates reporting for walk-in-interview after 10.30 am shall not be allowed.

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