Daman & Diu Administration

Daman & Diu Administration jobs for Junior Project Engineer/Junior Scientific Project Assistant in Daman & Diu.

  • PCC/DDD/REC-2017/2018-19
  • Junior Project Engineer/Junior Scientific Project Assistant job Position in Daman & Diu Administration purely on contract basis

 

  • Junior Project Engineer/03 Post
    • Qualification :
      • Degree in Environmental Engineering with 03 years of Experience in Pollution Control.
    • Pay Scale : Rs.38000
    • Age : 30 Yrs

 

  • Junior Scientific Project Assistant/03 Post
    • Qualification :
      • M. Sc. (Science) with 03 years of Experience in Pollution Control.
    • Pay Scale : Rs.29000
    • Age : 30 Yrs

 

  • Junior Laboratory Assistant/02 Post
    • Qualification :
      • B. Sc (Science) from a recognized University with 03 years of Experience in Pollution Control.
    • Pay Scale : Rs.18000
    • Age : 18-25 Yrs

 

  • Office Assistant cum Data Entry Operator/03 Post
    • Qualification :
      • (a) Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University
      • (b) Typing speed of 40 wpm in English or 25 wpm in Hindi.
      • (c) Certificate in computer course of at least six months duration
      • (d) Should posses a speed of not less than 8000 key Depressions per hour for Data Entry Work
      • (e) Having atleast one year experience in the same field. Desirable : Knowledge of short hand/ stenography
    • Pay Scale : Rs.18000
    • Age : 18-27 Yrs

 

  • How to apply
    • The Application shall be sent to the office of the Member Secretary, Pollution Control Committee, 1st Floor, Udyog Bhawan, Bhenslore, Nani Daman-396210 so as to reach on or before 5.00 P.M. on 14th June, 2018 positively.

 

 

  • About Daman & Diu Administration
    • The edict of the Emperor Ashoka (273 to 136 B.C) was found in Saurashtra and Sopara near Bombay. Satrya Kshatrapas under the Kushana emperor seemed to have ruled over Daman District during the first century, A.D. The Coins of Bhumaka and Nahapan, the kshaharata rulers were discovered in the surrounding areas of Surat District. Ushavadatta, son-in-law of Nahapan, is said to have provided ferries on rivers Dhanuha Dhamana, Parada and Tapi.

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