Centre for Development studies – Apard (www.apard.gov.in), with head office in Rajendra Nagar Hyderabad invites applications from eligible candidates for the following vacancies
1. Horticulture Officer (47 vacancies)
2. Asst. Programme Office (44 vacancies)
3. Field consultants (200 vacancies)
4. Date Entry Operator (91 vacancies)
Educational Qualifications, Age limit and Salary
Horticulture Officer: Candidates must possess a degree in Horticulture from a recognized Institute. If required number of such candidates is not available, candidates with an M.Sc Agriculture degree with specialization in Horticulture will be considered. In case, the number of vacancies is still un filled, candidates with B.Sc Agriculture degree will be considered. In any case, preference will be given to those candidates having computer knowledge.
The Max age of the candidate should 39 years (44 yrs for BC/SC/ST/PWD candidates).
Selected candidates will be paid a remuneration of Rs.13000 each month.
Assistant Programme Officer (APO): Educational qualifications and Age limit are same as with Horticulture Officer. A remuneration of Rs.12000 per month will be paid.
Field consultants: Applicant must have a diploma in horticulture. If vacancies are un filled with this qualification, candidates with diploma in Agriculture and one level down candidates with B.Sc (with horticulture as a subject) will be considered. Maximum age should not be more than 40 years. A remuneration of Rs.6500 will be paid each month.
Data entry operator: The applicant must have any degree and PGDCA/ DCA from a recognized University. Max age is 40yrs and a remuneration of Rs.5500 will be paid.
Note that all the above vacancies are on a 1 yr contract basis.
How to apply
Interested and eligible candidates should visit http://apard.gov.in/cds/horticulture/fresher.php to apply online. Last date to do so is 18 February 2010.
Shortlisted candidates on the basis of merit will be called for a computer proficiency test at Apard, Hyderabad centre and final list of candidates will be announced on 21 February 2010.