CPCB Recruitment 2020: Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has invited online applications for recruitment against 15 vacancies for the post of Consultant A, B, and Consultant A/B in various states of the country under the advertisement number 03/NCAP/2020. Interested candidates can apply online between November 19 and December 18. Candidates can apply online on the official website. Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview.
- Commencement of submission of application: 19 November 2020
- Last date for submission of application: 26 December 2020
Details of vacancy:
Consultant A – 3 Posts
Consultant B – 4 Posts
Consultant A/B- 8 Posts
CPCB Consultant Recruitment 2020: Educational Qualification
Candidates having a master’s degree in Environmental Science/Engineering/Management or Bachelors Degree in Environmental/Civil Engineering from a recognized University are eligible to apply
CPCB Consultant Recruitment –Salary
Consultant A – Rs. 60,000/-
Consultant B – Rs. 80,000/-
CPCB Consultant Recruitment 2020 Age Limit – 40/45 years
Mode of Application
- Applications via online mode only will be accepted.
How to apply CPCB Recruitment 2020 Notification
- Go to official website cpcb.nic.in.
- Click “Jobs” find the advertisement “Advertisement for online recruitment for the post of Consultants on contractual basis in MoEF&CC under NCAP project”, click on the advertisement.
- Notification will open read it and check Eligibility.
- Back to the page, find the apply link
- If you are a new user, you have to make registration otherwise you may log in to your account then start to apply.
- Enter your details correctly.
- Finally, click the submit button and take the print of the application form.
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