Chhattisgarh Forest Department Recruitment 2016 | Apply for 10 Data Entry Operator Posts

December 5, 2016

Chhattisgarh Forest Department Recruitment 2016 | Apply for 10 Data Entry Operator Posts

Chhattisgarh Forest Department Recruitment 2016, Apply for 10 Data Entry Operator Posts

 

Job Details:

Chhattisgarh Forest Department invited applications for recruitment to the post for Data Entry Operator, on contract basis for appointment at Indravati Tiger Reserve, Bijapur. The candidates eligible for the post can apply in prescribed format on or before 23 December 2016.

 

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Job Title Data Entry Operator
Number of Positions 10
Company Chhattisgarh Forest Department
Age Limit 18-35 Years
Last Date of Application 23 December 2016

 

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Eligibility Criteria:

candidate should have completed 10+2 from a recognised board or 10 with 03 years diploma in any discipline. Candidate additionally should have 01 year Diploma in Data Entry /Programming from a recognised institute.

 

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Pay Scale:

Rs 13776/-

 

How to Apply:

Eligible candidate can apply through the prescribed format and send the application to ‘the office of Deputy Director, Indravati Tiger Reserve, Bijapur’, on or before 23 December 2016 (05 PM).

 

Selection Process:-

Candidates will be selected as per the Chhattisgarh Forest Department recruitment norms.

 

Application Fee :-

Check official notification

 

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Important Dates:

 

Starting Date 26 November 2016
Last Date 23 December 2016

 

About Company:

Forest Department is one of the important departments under the government of Chhatisgarh. It is engaged in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of forestry, and environmental programmes in the state. It is the sole custodian of rich forest resource of the state.

The principal activities undertaken by the department consist of conservation of flora, fauna, sustainable management of forest and wildlife, rehabilitation of degraded forests, natural regeneration of forests, management of forest products in the framework of current policy and legislative environment.