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ARI Recruitment 2022 – Apply Offline for Various Technical Assistant Posts

ARI Recruitment 2022: Agharkar Research Institute (ARI) has recently announced the latest notification for the Project Technical Assistant Posts. Interested Candidates are requested to use a job vacancy notification for the details of educational qualification, age limit, selection process, how to apply for important dates, and the application form are given below.

ARI Recruitment 2022
Organization NameAgharkar Research Institute (ARI)
Post DetailsProject Technical Assistant
Total Vacancies04
Job LocationPune
Apply ModeOffline
ARI Official

Vacancy Details:

Project Technical Assistant01
Junior Hindi Translator cum Typist01
Hindi Typist02

Educational Qualification:

For All PostCandidates must have passed an Any Graduate, B.A, M.A or the equivalent from a recognized Board or University.

Age Limit:

  • Maximum Age: 50 years

Salary Details:

  • Rs. 25,400/- to Rs. 35,400/-

Selection Process:

Candidates will be selected based on,

  • Interview

How to Apply Offline Mode:

  • Log on to the official website
  • Go through the recruitment notification and ensure the candidate fulfills the eligibility criteria & also the notification link is given below.
  • Download the application from the given link or from the official website to fill the form in a prescribed format.
  • Candidates sent the application form to the specified address mentioned in the official notification.

Important Instructions:

  • Candidates must enclose their attested photocopies of educational certificates, CV, envelope, and ID proof (if required, mentioned in official notification)
  • Incomplete applications or applications received after the due date, will not be considered.


  • The Director, MACS’s Agharkar Research Institute, G.G.Agarkar Road, Pune-411004.

Important Dates:

Starting Date for Submission of Application08 July 2022
Last Date for Submission of Application26 July 2022

Important Links:

Notification & Application LinkClick Here