Brahmaputra Board Recruitment 2020: Apply for 45 Engineer and Other Posts

Brahmaputra Board Recruitment

Ministry of Water Resources Brahmaputra Board Recruitment 2020, inviting applications from the eligible candidates Brahmaputra Board Guwahati recently published a recruitment notification for the recruitment to the following posts on deputation basis in various districts of Assam and States of North East. The vacancies are as follows

1. Deputy Chief Engineer (Non-Ministerial Cadre)
No of Post: 03
Place of Posting: Guwahati, Agartala, Itanagar, Siliguri

2. Superintending Engineer (Civil) (Non-Ministerial Cadre)
No of Posts: 09
Place of Posting: Guwahati, Nalbari, Jorhat, Gangtok, Imphal, Siliguri, Silchar, Shillong, Aizwal and Dimapur

3. Deputy Commissioner (Ministerial Cadre)
No of Post: 01

4. Executive Engineer (Non-Ministerial Cadre)
No of Post: 14

5. Under Secretary (Establishment), (Ministerial Cadre)
No of Post: 01

6. Senior Account Officer (Non-Ministerial Finance and account Cadre)
No of Post: 01

7. Assistant Executive Engineer (Non-Ministerial Cadre)
No of Post: 13 [Civil-11/Mecchanical-2)

8. Account Officer (Non-Ministerial, Finance and Accounts Cadre)
No of Posts: 01

9. Section Officer (Secretarial Cadre)
No of Post: 02

Eligibility and other details Download PDF  

Application Process for job at Brahmaputra Board: Interested and eligible officer/officials may send their  applications through proper channel with 04 copies of bio-data as per prescribed Proforma (enclosed). Application completed in all respect are to be forward through proper channel so as to reach the Secretary Brahmaputra Board, Guwahati-29 within 31-01-2020

Brief About Brahmaputra Board

The Brahmaputra Board was set up under the Ministry of Irrigation (now renamed as Ministry of Water Resources, RD&GR) by the Government of India under an Act of Parliament called ‘The Brahmaputra Board Act, 1980 (46 of 1980)’ for the planning and integrated implementation of measures for the control of floods and bank erosion in the Brahmaputra Valley and for matters connected therewith. The Board office started functioning with Headquarters at Guwahati with effect from 11th January 1982. The jurisdiction of the Board covers the entire Brahmaputra and Barak Valley, spreading in all the States of the North Eastern Region including Sikkim and part of West Bengal falling under Brahmaputra Basin

The main functions of Brahmaputra Board
  1. Undertaking 'Survey & Investigation' in Brahmaputra & Barak Valley and preparation of Master Plans for control of floods, bank erosion and improvement of drainage in the Brahmaputra Valley and activities connected therewith, including development and utilization of water resources of the Brahmaputra Valley for irrigation, hydropower, navigation and other beneficial purposes,
  2. Preparation of Detailed Project Reports and estimates including   apportionment of cost among States in respect of the dams and other projects,
  3. Formulation of programme, in consultation with State Governments, for construction / implementation of dams and other projects identified in the Master Plans, approved by Government of India, in phases,
  4. Finalization of standards and specifications for construction, operation and maintenance of such dams and other projects and
  5. Construction, operation and maintenance of Multipurpose and other Water Resources Projects, identified in the Master Plans, on approval of Government of India. 

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