Government jobs: National Museum jobs for Sr. Conservator/ Junior Conservator in Delhi

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  • Salary:
    negotiable
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    2 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Government jobs
  • Deadline:
    June 17, 2018
  • Gender:
    Male, Female, Other

Job Details: National Museum

Date of posting: 05 Jun 18

Sr. Conservator/ Junior Conservator  job recruitment in National Museum on a temporary basis

Sr. Conservator : 

No. of Posts: 7

Qualification:

1) Post Graduation in Conservation/Fine Art/Science from a recognized University/Institute with two years experience in conservation of antiquities/works of art. OR 

2) Graduation in Science/Conservation/Fine Art from recognized University/Institute with five years, experience in conservation of antiquities/works of art.

Salary: Rs.30,000/- per month for one month.

Junior Conservator :

No. of Posts :  3

Qualification: M.F.A. or B.F.A. in Conservation from a recognized University/Institute with two years experience in conservation of antiquities/works of art.

Salary: Rs. 25,000/- per month for one month.

Job Summary : 

Job Type: Full Time

Job Role: HR / Admin

Job Category: Govt Jobs,1 to 3 Yr Exp

Hiring Process: Written-test

Who can apply: Freshers

How to apply?

Application with bio-data as per prescribed format and copies of certificates/degree/testimonial may be sent to the undersigned, indicating on top of the envelope the post applied for. The application should reach P. K. Nagta, Director (C&A)l/c conservation, National Museum  within 20 days after issue of circular.

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About National Museum : 

The National Museum, New Delhi, as we see it today, has an interesting beginning. The blueprint for establishing the National Museum in Delhi was prepared by the Maurice Gwyer Committee in May 1946. An Exhibition of Indian Art, consisting of selected artefacts from various museums of India was organized by the Royal Academy, London with the cooperation of Government of India and Britain. The Exhibition went on display in the galleries of Burlington House, London during the winter months of 1947-48.

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