Pbb recruitment 2015 for Technical Officer & Asst Posts
Date of Issue: 26-04-2015
Last Date for Receipt of Application: 26-05-2015.
Punjab Biodiversity Board recruitment Details:
Total No of Posts: 03
Names of the Posts:
1. Technical Officer: 02 Posts
2. Assistant (Finance & Administration): 01 Post
Age limit: Candidates age should be below 38 years for all posts.
Educational Background: Candidates should possess Ph.D/ Masters Degree in Botany/ Zoology/ Ecology/ Environment/ Forestry/ M.Sc (Agri) from a recognized University for post 1, B.Com with knowledge of Tally & MS Office for post 2 with relevant experience as per the post.
Application Fee details: Candidates need to pay the fee in the form of Demand Draft of Rs.100/- drawn in favor of Punjab Biodiversity Board, Chandigarh. No fee for SC candidates.
Selection Procedure: Candidates will be selected based on the performance in interview.
How to Apply details: Eligible candidates may download the prescribed application format from the web site www.pbb.gov.in and send the filled in application with a recent passport size photo along with attested copies of all relevant certificates and DD to the Member Secretary, Punjab Bio diversity Board, O/o Punjab State Council for science & Technology, 2nd floor, MGSIPA Complex, Sector 26, Chandigarh-160019 on or before 30 days from the date of Advt published.
For more info visit official website : www.pbb.gov.in
About Punjab Biodiversity Board
The variety of genes, species and ecosystems which encompass populations, communities & habitats constitute biological diversity. It forms the foundation upon which human civilization depends. Biological resources are essential for maintaining the basic processes on which life depends and a key to sustainable development. Bio-resources provide food, medicine and products of commercial and non commercial use and also maintain life by providing environmental services like, air & water quality, soil fertility, pest and disease control, waste disposal etc. Increasing human population, industrialization, intensive agricultural & animal husbandry practices and over-exploitation of natural resources are, however, leading to loss of biological resources.
Important Note :
above post is terminated, we just changed the dates for future safety.
As soon as the new vacancies appeared we will update it here…