Punjab Irrigation Department Recruitment : 373 Junior Engineer Vacancies
Punjab Irrigation Department Recruitment for 373 Junior Engineer vacancies: – Dear government job seekers. Department of Irrigation, Punjab has issued a notification for the recruitment of 373 junior Engineer vacancies.
If you want to make career at Punjab Irrigation Department Vacancy then you can apply their online application from 25 November 2016 to 16 December 2016. It is a good opportunity for all the interested candidates who are looking for government jobs in Punjab Irrigation Department Vacancy.
Post: – Junior Engineer.
Eligibility: – Diploma Engineering.
Location: – Punjab.
Last date: – 16 December 2016.
Age limit: – 18 to 37 years.
Advertisement number: – 4/2016.
Vacancy details of Punjab Irrigation Department Recruitment: –
Total Vacancy: – 373 posts.
Name of posts: –
1) Junior Engineer (Civil) – 296 posts.
2) Junior Engineer (Mechanical) – 61 posts.
3) Junior Engineer (Electrical) – 16 posts.
Punjab Irrigation Department Recruitment Eligibility Criteria:-
Eligibility: – Candidates should have diploma in civil/ mechanical/ electrical engineering from a recognized university or institute.
Pay scale: – Rs 10300-34800 plus grade pay 4800 per month.
Age limit: – The age of the candidate should not be less than 18 years and should not be more than 37 years as on 01 of January 2016.
Application fee: – Candidates have to pay a non refundable application fee of Rs 800 for general and OBC candidates and Rs 400 for SC, ST and PWD category candidate through the challan at any branch of State Bank of Patiala.
Punjab Irrigation Department Vacancy Selection Process:-
Selection process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of written test and performance in interview. Further details in Punjab Irrigation Department Vacancy see the advertisement.
How to apply: – Candidates can apply their online application through the website http://www.govt.thapar.edu/dip2/index.htm from 25 November 2016 to 16 December 2016.
Important dates Punjab Irrigation Department Vacancy 2016: –
- Starting date for online application – 25 November 2016.
- Last date for online application form – 16 December 2016.
- Last date for online application receipt fee – 18 December 2016.
Last Date Over
Punjab Irrigation Department Recruitment: – Department of Irrigation, Punjab has issued a notification for the recruitment of 100 Sub-Divisional Engineer Posts on permanent basis.
Post: – Sub-Divisional Engineer.
Qualification: – B. Tech degree.
Location: – Punjab.
Last date: – 07 February 2016.
Age limit: – Between 18 to 37 years.
Total posts: – 100 posts.
Name of the posts: – Sub-Divisional Engineer.
1) Civil – 90 posts.
2) Mechanical – 10 posts.
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Qualification: – B. Tech degree in Civil or Mechanical engineering from recognized university or institute.
Candidate should have passed Punjabi up to 10th standard.
Pay scale: – Rs 15600-39100 plus grade pay 5400 per month.
Age limit: – Between 18 to 37 years as on 01 January 2016.
Age relaxation: – The upper age limit relax able up to 05 years for BC, SC, ST candidates and 10 years for P.W.D. candidates.
Application fee: – Candidates pay non refundable application fee of Rs 1600 by through challan form in any branch of state bank of India.
BC, SC and P.W.D. candidates are pay application fee of Rs 800 only.
Selection process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of preliminary exam and mains exam.
Written exam: – Written test will be held in 3rd week of February 2016 (Tentatively). Exact schedule will be displayed on the website during first/second week of February, 2016.
How to apply: – Candidates apply application only online mode by through the website www.pbirrigation.gov.in from 18 January 2016 to 07 February 2016.
About Department of Irrigation.
Department of Irrigation, Punjab located in the north west of India, is one of the smallest yet one of the most prosperous states of India. Its name is derived from the Persian words, Punj (five) and ab (water) was a land of five rivers which formed part of Indus Basin till 1947. After partition of the country, Indus water Treaty-1960 restricted India’s rights of usage to only three Eastern rivers (Sutlej, Ravi and Beas), the three Western rivers (Indus, Chenab and Jhelum) were earmarked for exclusive usage of Pakistan.
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