Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change Recruitment 2016 for 06 Scientist Posts

December 5, 2016

Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change Recruitment 2016 for 06 Scientist Posts

Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change Recruitment 2016 for 06 Scientist Posts

 

Job Details:

Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change invited applications for recruitment to the posts of Scientist on direct recruitment basis. The eligible candidates can apply to the post in the prescribed format within 45 days from the date of publication of advertisement i.e., on or before 15 January 2017.

 

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Job Title Scientist
Number of Positions 06
Company Ministry of Environment
Age Limit 35-40 years
Last Date of Application 15 January 2017

 

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Eligibility Criteria:

Graduate/ Post Graduate in the concerned field.

 

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Pay Scale:

Scientist ‘D’ : Rs 15600-39100/- +GP Rs 7600

Scientist ‘C’ : Rs 15600-39100/- +GP Rs 7600

 

How to Apply:

Eligible and interested candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format along with other necessary documents on or before 15 January 2017 i.e., within 45 days from the date of publication of advertisement.

 

Selection Process:-

The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of the interview/exam which would be conducted by the organization.

 

Application Fee :-

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Important Dates:

 

Starting Date 02 December 2016
Last Date 15 January 2017

 

About Company:

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) is the nodal agency in the administrative structure of the Central Government for the planning, promotion, co-ordination and overseeing the implementation of India’s environmental and forestry policies and programmes.The primary concerns of the Ministry are implementation of policies and programmes relating to conservation of the country’s natural resources including its lakes and rivers, its biodiversity, forests and wildlife, ensuring the welfare of animals, and the prevention and abatement of pollution. While implementing these policies and programmes, the Ministry is guided by the principle of sustainable development and enhancement of human well-being.