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ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN
Essential Qualifications A Master's degree in library science/ information science /documentation
science or an equivalent professional degree with at least 55% marks (or  an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed)  and a consistently good academic record with knowledge of
computerization of library.


Essential Experience At least 5 years of experience in a large modern library of an University or an R&D Organization, in PB2 with GP of 4600 or equivalent grade

http://www.iisc.ernet.in/opportunities/advt_Librarian.pdf

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this is not right

its seems like wrong because on the grade pay of 6000 atleast Net qualification is required for the post of AL 

reserved for SC
one post only

the thing is right.
NET is important qualification

I think this is fake add. You just see the Name or Letter head of the institution. there is a spelling mistake,reputed institution like IISc may not do the spelling mistakes. even i think there is no any add in IISc official website. Can any one clarify this.

Thank you

You can check it. It is available on IISc. official website under Opportunities on administrative post.

Thank You

Dear Colleagues, how many of you are going to apply for the AL post at IISc? 

 Dear frnds..

please if you have confused about the regarding IISc add..you can check the IISc official website....


The given Link is from IISc domain site only... its correct advt.

http://www.iisc.ernet.in/opportunities/advt_Librarian.pdf

Dear Dr. Balram Verma,

Thanks for your post and bringing into notice an important issue.

It seems that the IISc. authority has shifted from UGC rules and put into use their Autonomy.

This is not unusual for Autonomous organizations. There are several institutes under various autonomous organizations who often publish advertisements in UGC pay scales while they do not always adhere to UGC stipulated norms of Qualifications, Experience etc.

As I understand, IISc as an autonomous institute, have their own set of recruitment & service rules which are duly approved by their board and the concerned ministry since long.

Sincerely,

Siddhartha S. Ray

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