OSAMB Recruitment : 20 Secretary Vacancies – Complete Details Here
OSAMB Recruitment for 20 RMC Secretary Vacancy: – Odisha State Agricultural Marketing Board, Bhubaneswar has announced a notification for the recruitment of 20 posts. Name of post is RMC Secretary. This vacancy will be recruited on contract basis. Eligible candidates may apply in prescribed application format on or before 12 December 2016.
Other details like Odisha Board Recruitment eligibility criteria, age limit, application fee, selection process and how to apply are given below.
Post: – Secretary.
Eligibility: – MBA Degree.
Location: – Bhubaneswar (Odisha).
Last date: – 12 December 2016.
Age limit: – Maximum 40 years.
Advertisement number: – 3426.
Vacancy details of OSAMB Recruitment 20 Posts:-
Total Vacancy: – 20 posts.
Name of posts: – Secretary.
OSAMB Recruitment Eligibility Criteria:-
Eligibility: – Candidates should have passed two years full time MBA/ Agricultural Marketing Professionals from a recognized university or institute.
And must have passed an examination equivalent to ME standard with Odia as one of the subject and be able to speak, read & write Odia.
Experience: – Candidates should have at least five years of experience in relevant fields.
Age limit: – Maximum age limit up to 40 years of age as on required date.
Age relaxation: – As per government rules.
Application fee: – Information is not available.
OSAMB Vacancy Selection Process:-
Selection process: – Candidates will be selected through written examination test and Interview performance.
How to apply: – Eligible candidates who want to apply for OSAMB Vacancy may apply online or in prescribed application format along with all relevant documents by speed post/ registered post on or before 12 December 2016.
Address: – To the General Manager, Odisha State Agricultural Marketing Board, Plot No. 1800 (P), Baramunda, Post-Khandagiri, Near Indian Oil Petrol Pump, Bhubaneswar– 751 030.
The present agricultural marketing system of the state is governed by the Odisha State Agricultural Produce Marketing Act, which came into force back in the year 1956. Under the present dispensation there are 65 Regulated Market Committees (RMCs) functioning under the supervision and control of the OSAM Board and the Directorate. A Regulated Market committee (RMC) is a democratically elected body consisting of elected members from different constituencies such as farmers, traders, farmer’s cooperatives, local urban bodies etc. Generally the concerned sub-collector or collector, under whose jurisdiction an RMC falls, is nominated as the chairman of the RMC.