Govt.of Manipur

Assistant Engineer /section Officer Jobs in Imphal - Govt.of Manipur

Imphal
Diploma,BE/B.Tech,Any Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 10-02-2019
Assistant Engineer /Section Officer - Job Details Date of Posting: 01-02-2019
Assistant Engineer /Section Officer  recruitment in Govt. of Manipur


1. Assistant Engineer (Civil)/ 1 Post

Qualification:  Bachelor in Civil Engg. BE/B.Tech form recognized University/Institution. Knowledge of Manipuri and English

Pay Scale : Rs.9300-34800

Age: 38 yrs

2. Section Officer Grade-I (Civil) / 1 Post

Qualification:  Diploma in Civil Engg. from a recognized University /Institution


3. Section Officer Grade-I (Mechanical) / 1 Post

Qualification:  Diploma in Mechanical from a recognized University /Institution

4. Draftsman Grade-II / 1 Post

Qualification: Diploma in Architechture

5. Sanitary Inspector / 2Posts

Qualification: Graduate with Sanitory Inspector

6. Assistant Revenue Inspector/ 3 Posts

Qualification: Graduate from recognized Institution

7. Jamadar / 2 Posts

Qualification:  Matriculate from recognized Institution

8. Peon/ 7Posts 


Qualification: Matriculate from recognized Institution.

Application fee: Rs 600/- for General & OBC Categories; and Rs 400/- for SC &ST categories.



How To Apply ForAssistant Engineer /Section Officer  
recruitment in Govt. of Manipur

The offline forms can be obtained from the Directorate of MAHUD and may be downloaded from from 29-01-2019 and should be submitted in offline mode to the Directorate of MAHUD, 2nd Floor, PDA Complex near 2nd MR Gate, Imphal East till 4:00 PM of 10-02-2019. 



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Manipur literally meaning “A jeweled land” nestle deep within a lush green corner of North East India. It seems much like an exquisite  work of  art  executed by  superb hands of  Nature and  is indeed a state of exquisite natural  beauty  and splendors,  the beauty of which once inspired Mrs. St. Clair Grimwood described it as ” A Pretty Place more beautiful than many show places of the world” Late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru paid a fitting tribute by describing it as “Jewel of India”.