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Job DescriptionLast Date 15 Jan 19

Advt No:10/DM/SPIU/NCRMP-II/18

GIS Specialist  job vacancies in West Bengal Disaster Management

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  BE/B.Tech.in Computer Science/IT/Electronics or Post Graduate Qualification in IT/Computer Science with minimum six years’ experience including two years’ experience preferably in GIS related projects in Environment/Disaster Management/Tourism OR Master degree in Geo-informatics with minimum four years’ experience preferably in GIS related projects in Environment/Disaster Management/Tourism OR Bachelor degree in Geo-informatics with minimum six years’ experience preferably in GIS related projects in Environment/Disaster Management/Tourism.

Desirable :   (i) PG Diploma in Computer Application, (ii) Good oral and written communication skills. Passionate and confidant Team worker - Ability to work effectively as a team member.

Pay :  Consolidated remuneration of Rs.30,000/- in respect of the services performed during the Term of Contract, at the end of every calendar month based on the satisfactory report from concern authority.

Age Limit :  between 18-40 years

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Face to Face Interview

How to apply

Interested qualified persons may send applications to the Project Director, State Project Implementation Unit, National Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project Phase - II (NCRMP - II),Tran Bhawan, 5th Floor, 87 A, S. N. Banerjee Road, Kolkata - 700 014 within 30(thirty) days upto 17.00 hrs on 15.1.19.

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History of Department of Disaster Management: Learning through experience has taught mankind to evolve systems of irrigation, animal husbandry, distress relief, self defence, etc. Distress relief is inbuilt within person. Hence Kings and emperors lost no time during the ancient and medieval periods of the Indian history to strive for ameliorating the lots of their subjects suffering from want of food. There are references galore to show that rulers in all times till the advent of the British Rule, left no stone unturned to provide relief to the famine – stricken people of their kingdom.
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