Kamrup Metropolitan District

Consultant Jobs in Guwahati - Kamrup Metropolitan District

Last Date to Apply: 21-08-2019
Consultant - Job Details Date of Posting: 30-07-2019

Consultant  job recruitment in Kamrup Metropolitan District

Qualifications :  1. The candidate must be an Indian Citizen. 2. The candidate must be a permanent resident of Assam 3. M.Sc IT or MCA or B. Tech or BE in.Computer Science/ IT/ Software Engineering from a recognized University. 4. Two years of minimum experience in installation. configuration and administration of Servers of Windows' and Linux Platforms.

Desirable :Experience in the field of computerization of land records including integration of textual and geaspatial data.

Remuneration : Rs 25.000 (Twenty Five Thousand) Only per month.

Age Limit : The applicant should not exceed 40 years of age as on 1st of January 2019.

How To Apply For Consultant  job recruitment in Kamrup Metropolitan District

Walk-in-interview will be held for selection of Consultant for Integrated Land Record Management in Kamrup Metropolitan District. Intending Candidates having the following qualifications may appear before the selection committee on 21st August 2019 at 11:00 am at Conference Hall of D.C. Office with all the required testimonials thereof.

Registration for Test/ Interview From 0900 am to 1100 am on 21st August 2019.

Candidate registration will not be entertained after 11 am.

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About Kamrup Metropolitan District

The district Kamrup Metro was created bifurcating the old Kamrup district on 3rd February' 2003. The head quarter of the district is Guwahati. Once known as Pragjyotishpur(the light of the East),Guwahati derives its name from the Assamese words “Guwa” means areca nut and “Haat” means market.   Guwahati has a magical aura that still lingers over the ever – expanding city. According to a legend, the demon king Narakasura is said to have built this ancient city. Another reason for Guwahati’s charm is it’s being the ancient ‘Kamrup’, the place where the part of the body of goddess Sati falls and which is also the birthplace of Kamdeva, the God of love. Pragjyotishpur also finds frequent mention in the Mahabharata and other Sanskrit epics and mythology.