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Central Water Commission Recruitment 2016 – Apply Online

Company Name : Central Water Commission (CWC)

Name of the post : Skilled Work Assistant

Age Limit : 18-30 years as on the last date of receipt of application. Upper age limit relaxable for SC/ST/OBC & Ex- serviceman as per Govt. of India rules.

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Essential Qualification : Matriculation or ITI or equivalent from recognized Board/ university/ Institution

Selection process : Candidates will be short listed based on the marks scored in Matric/ITI or equivalent only. The short listed candidates will be called for Physical test {Except (PwD) candidates}. No marks will be given for physical test and it is only qualifying nature. Final selection of the candidates qualified in physical test shall be done on merit basis on the marks obtained in essential qualifying examination i.e. Matriculation / ITI or equivalent.

How to Apply :
(a) Interested candidates may apply in an A-4 size paper on single side as per the proforma below.

(b) Duly filled applications are to be sent to the Executive Engineer, Upper Yamuna Division, Central Water Commission, through post superscribing the cover “Application for the post of Skilled Work Assistant in CWC”

(c) Candidates already employed in Government/SemiGovernment Organizations /Corporations /Bank etc may forward their application through proper channel.

(d) Along with application, the candidates shall enclose self attested copies of (i) proof of date of birth (ii) Matric / ITI or equivalent certificate (iii) Community Certificate in respect of SC/ST/OBC issued by competent authority (iv) Ex-servicemen / PwD shall also enclose the relevant certificate issued by competent authority.(v) One self addressed envelope (size 9”x4”).

Last Date of receipt of Application: 30 Days from the date of publishing of this advertisement.Applications received after last date shall not be considered.

About Us :
Central Water Commission (CWC), an apex organization in the country in the field of Water Resources came into existence as “Central Waterways, Irrigation and Navigation Commission” in 1945. In the year 1951, it was renamed as “Central Water and Power Commission” (CW&PC) after its merger with the “Central Electricity Commission”. Following the changes in the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, in the year 1974, water wing of CW&PC was separated as “Central Water Commission”, which continues till date. It has attained its present distinctive place amongst the foremost technical and scientific organisations in the world through a process of gradual development of its activities over a period of six decades in all fields of water resources like planning, development and management keeping in view the growing importance for optimum and sustainable development and management of water resources. This Charter is a declaration of its responsibilities, standards and commitment to achieve excellence in formulation
and implementation of policies and procedures in the field of water resources development & management.

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