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Jr. Technical Assistant Civil Engineer

Name of the job: Jr. Technical Assistant in Sri Ganganagar District

Organization/institution/company: Sri Ganganagar District

Last date to apply: 30th August 2017


Number of vacancies: 02

Qualification required: Passed Degree/ Diploma in Civil Engineering with B.E./ B. Tech in Agricultural Engineering.

Pay scale: 13000/- per month

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How to apply:

Candidates have to send their Application to Collector Office & District Programme Coordinator — Sriganganagar. on or Before 30th Aug. 2017.


Selection procedure: Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in 1. based on qualification, experience, computer knowledge.


About the organization/institution:

· Sri Ganganagar is the northern-most and a planned city of the Indian states of Rajasthan situated near borders of Rajasthan, Haryana and Panjab states and the international border of India and Pakistan. It is the administrative headquarters of Sri Ganganagar district. it is also known as "the food basket of Rajasthan" and "Green district of Rajasthan".

· Situated on the Indo-Pak international border, Sri Ganganagar is the northern-most district of Rajasthan state of western India. It is progressing fast towards establishing new dimensions of development. The district came into existence on 26th October, 1927 along with the opening of the Gang Canal by the herculean efforts of Maharaja Ganga Singh of the erstwhile princely state of Bikaner. Later, Hanumangarh district was carved out of it on July 12, 1994. Before the advent of the Gang Canal, Sri Ganganagar was a small village called Ramnagar falling under the Mirzewali Tehsil of the Bikaner State. After the opening of the Gang Canal, a Mandi was set up here. With the increase of irrigation facilities, the area came to be known for its trade and industry. Strewn with the sand dunes of the Thar Desert, the district boasts a unique history of its own.

· Ganganagar occupies an important place among the districts of Rajasthan. Recent researches have thrown light on its rich historical past. In the ancient times, two rivers hallowed in Vedic hymns viz. Sarasvati (modern Ghaggar or Hakra) and Drishadvati, flowed through this territory

Link to official notification:

http://sriganganagar.rajasthan.gov.in/content/dam/doitassets/Sri%20Ganganagar/Documents/ZP_1707-08_01082017.pdf