Ministry of Science & Technology MOST Jobs in Islamabad 2022 - Jobs in Pakistan

Sunday, November 27, 2022

Ministry of Science & Technology MOST Jobs in Islamabad 2022

     

Job's Explanation 

The most recent Ministry of Science and Technology MOST Jobs in Islamabad 2022 have been reported through the advertisement via the Daily Ausaf newspaper. These are the Today Jobs in Pakistan 2022. 


Kindly scrutinize the given advertisement and make sure that only one person can apply for only one position at the moment. 


The area of these vacancies is Pakistan. Hurry up and apply for these government jobs by following the application procedure mentioned in the notification below.


These vacancies were announced on November 27, 2022. These vacancies' closing date is expected to be December 12, 2022.


Complete Details of Vacancies 

People who want to apply for these vacancies must read the details below mentioned by the respected department.


Job Area: Islamabad Pakistan

Posted Date: 27-11-2022

Deadline: 12-12-2022

Department: Ministry of Science & Technology

Job's Category: Govt

Capabilities: Masters, Bachelor, & Ph.D

Advertisement Source: Daily Ausaf Newspaper


Name of Positions 

People who desire to apply for these assorted careers must scrutinize the positions declared by them.

  • Director General


How to Apply? 

People who desire to apply for these multiple vacancies can read the application procedure mentioned in the official advertisement stated below. 


1. Follow the application procedure mentioned in the official advertisements.


2. Applicants must send their applications before the expected deadline.


Contact Details 

You People can read the Postal address details for the asked job.


Address: Read the official advertisement.


Important Note For Applicants 

1. Individuals should forward their documents before the expected last date to the given area.


2. No, any somewhat TA/DA will not be acquired.


3. Only nominated applicants will be called for these vacancies.


4. Applications landing after the expected last date will not be preferred.


Note: The attached advertisement is officially posted in the Daily Ausaf newspaper.

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