PMGSY

Civil Engineers Consultant Jobs in Delhi - PMGSY

Delhi
BE/B.Tech,ME/M.Tech
Last Date to Apply: 15-03-2019
Civil Engineers Consultant - Job Details Date of Posting: 19-02-2019

Civil Engineers (Consultant) job recruitment in Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) - National Rural Infrastructure Development 

Qualification: 1. Degree In Civil engineering preferably Masters Degree in Transportation Engineering. 


2. Should have at least two published papers in the field of road or transportation network in national and international journals of repute. 

3. Should have experience of at least three years in rural road project preparation, procurement of project. execution of work funded by multilateral international agencies. Knowledge of Geo-Informatics System (GIS) including On-line Management, Monitoring and Accounting System (OMMAS) will be preferred. 


4. Should have good knowledge of MS Office and other Civil Engineering Softwares. 

Age: 30 yrs

Consolidated monthly remuneration: Rs. 60,000/- to Rs. 65,000/- for Graduate Engineers and Rs. 65,000/- to Rs. 70,000/- for Post Graduate Engineers with annual increment © of 5% for each successive year- not beyond three years in all. 


How To Apply For Civil Engineers (Consultant) job recruitment in Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) - National Rural Infrastructure Development 

The interested candidates may apply with their detailed CV to the Director (F&A),National Rural infrastructure Development Agency, 5th Floor, 15-NBCC Tower, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi-110066 by 15th March, 2019.  


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About PMGSY

The PMGSY is under the authority of the Ministry of Rural Development and was begun on 25 December 2000. It is fully funded by the central government. During November 2015, following the recommendations of the 14th Finance Commission, the Sub-Group of Chief Ministers on Rationalization of Centrally Sponsored Schemes, it was announced that the project will be funded by both the central government (60%) and states (40%). In the 2000 government was announced.