Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Recruitment | Apply online for 1067 Land Surveyor Vacancies
Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Recruitment: – Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records has issued a notification for the recruitment of 1067 Land Surveyor vacancies. Latest jobs in Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records. Candidates, who are waiting for the Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Recruitment, Have a great opportunity to get Succeed in their career. Eligible candidates can apply online application on or before 09 December 2016.
Other details like Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Recruitment eligibility criteria, age limit, application fee, Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Vacancy selection process and how to apply are given below.
Post: – Land Surveyor.
Eligibility: – 12th/ ITI/ Diploma/ BE/ B. Tech.
Location: – Karnataka.
Last date: – 09 December 2016.
Age limit: – 18 to 35 years.
Advertisement No: – SSLR/EST/REC/REC-002/16-17.
Vacancy details of Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Recruitment: –
Total Vacancy: – 1067 posts.
Name of posts: – Land Surveyor.
Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Eligibility Criteria: –
Eligibility: – Candidates should have passed 12th, ITI, Diploma or BE/ B. Tech (Civil) or its equivalent qualification from any recognized board or university.
Pay scale: – Rs 12,500 – 24,000 per month.
Age limit: – The age of the candidate should not be less than 18 years and should not be more than 35 years.
Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Vacancy Selection process: –
Selection process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of written exam and performance in interview.
How to apply: – Candidates can apply Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records Vacancy online application through the website www.landrecords.karnataka.gov.in on or before 09 December 2016.
About Karnataka Bhoomi Land Records.
Bhoomi is a project jointly funded by the Government of India and the Government of Karnataka to digitize the paper land records and create a software mechanism to control changes to the land registry in Karnataka. The project was designed to eliminate the long-standing problem of inefficiency and corruption in the maintenance of land records at dispersed and poorly supervised and audited block-level offices known as “taluka” offices in South India and “tehsildar” offices in North India.