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Doordarshan announces job openings for DD Kisan

15-November-2014
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Doordarshan announces job openings for DD Kisan

Prasar Bharati has invited applications for recruitment in Doordarshan’s new 24 hour channel - DD Kisan. They are looking to engage people in the fields of production as well as marketing in positions ranging from senior to mid to junior levels.

As per the details there are total 67 vacant posts of Post Production Professionals, Visual Graphics Designer, Record Keeper, Senior Videographer, Junior Videographer, Senior Production Executive, Production Executive,  Senior Creative Editor ,Creative Editor, Senior Presenter, Presenter, Copy Editor – Cum- Writer, Programme Trainees, Head- Sales & Marketing, and Senior Sales & Marketing Executive.

For eligibility details and criteria, Candidates can visit Doordarshan’s official website www.ddindia.gov.in.  It must be noted that the vacancies are on Contractual basis. The last date of receiving the applications is 21st November, 2014.

DD Kisan is an upcoming channel of Doordarshan network aimed at working for the benefits of farmers by telecasting appealing and informative content.
 

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