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  • Government Job Lower Division Clerk
    Post Name Lower Division Clerk No. of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs.5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs.1900 - Educational Qualification 12th class pass or equivalent from a recognized Board university. A typing speed of 35 w.p.m in English 30 w.p.m in Hindi on computer. Nationality Indian Age Limit 18 to 27 years As on 01.08.2016 Job Location New Delhi Selection Process Selection will be made on the basis of Personal interview. Application Fee Candidates have to pay Rs 350 - through Demand Draft in Favour of ICAR Unit-NRCC Payable at Bikaner. No fee for SC ST PH Women Candidates How to Apply NRC Camel Vacancy Interested Candidates may apply in Prescribed Application form along with copies of supporting documents send to The Director, National Research Centre on Camel, P.B No-07 Jorbeer, Bikaner-334001......

About Nrcc National Research Centre On Camel

The camel is an important animal component of the fragile desert eco-system. With its unique bio-physiological characteristics, the camel has become an icon of adaptation to challenging ways of living in arid and semi-arid regions. The proverbial Ship of Desert earned its epithet on account of its indispensability as a mode of transportation and draught power in desert but the utilities are many and are subject to continuous social and economic changes. The camel has played a significant role in civil law and order, defense and battles from the ancient times till date. The world famous Ganga-Risala of erstwhile Bikaner State was accepted as Imperial Service Troup and participated in World War I and II. The camel helped the engineers while constructing the Indira Gandhi Canal in Western part of Rajasthan. Presently, the camel corps constitutes an important wing of Border Security Force of Indian Para-Military Services.

Considering the importance of camel in the socio-economic development of arid and semi-arid zones, the Government of India established a Project Directorate on Camel at Bikaner (India) on 5th July 1984 under aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) which was upgraded to National Research Center on Camel (NRCC) on September 20, 1995.

Since the distribution of dromedary camels in India (516828 heads) is confined to the arid and semi-arid areas of North-western India spread out in parts of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana, the NRCC is focusing on basic and applied research on one humped camel (Camelus dromedarius). The center is also focusing issues of double humped camel (Camelus bactrianus) found in the cold desert of Nubra Valley of Laddakh region.

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