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NDMA Recruitment 2018-19 – National Disaster Management Authority launch job notification for10 vacancies of Senior Advisor in NDMA Recruitment 2018-19

NDMA Recruitment 2018-19 Job Notification Report

Applications for recruitment of 10 vacancies of Senior Advisor in the National Disaster Management Authority are invited. Interested candidates can apply before the final date by reading the given instructions. The last date for applying is 28 October 2018. Candidates for these positions will be selected on the basis of interview and experience.

 

NDMA Recruitment 2018-19 Detail Report

 
 
Name of the Post – Senior Consultants
 
Published – 2018-09-28
 
Job Location – Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi, 110029 Delhi
 
Vacancies – 10 posts
 
Employment Type – Contract
 
Salary Pay Scale –  100,000 / – per month
 
Age limit – 30 years. Please see the published notification for age relaxation and other information.
 
Educational Qualifications – Master’s degree from a recognized university
 
Selection Process– Candidates will be selected based on their performance in written examination and interview.
 
Last date to apply– 2018-10-28
How to apply
For detailed notification and other information, please see the Employment News paper 29 September – 05 October 2018 Page No.5.

About National Disaster Management Authority

National Disaster Management Authority, abbreviated as NDMA is an agency of the Ministry of Home Affairs whose primary purpose is to coordinate response to natural or man-made disasters and for capacity-building in disaster resiliency and crisis response. NDMA was established through the Disaster Management Act enacted by the Government of India in 30 May 2005.
 The Prime Minister is the ex-officio chairperson of the same . The agency is responsible for framing policies, laying down guidelines and best-practices and coordinating with the State Disaster Management Authorities (SDMAs) to ensure a holistic and distributed approach to disaster management

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