Punjab State Government Jobs in Department of Local Government Recruitment for the Posts of Building Inspectors- Eligibility Details, Apply Online Notification of Advertisement for October 2013 Jobs
Department of Local Government Punjab is conducting a written exam to fill up its 50 vacancies as building inspectors to work with several Municipal Corporations across the State .The candidates will be selected on the grounds of the marks obtained by the candidate in the written test. Interested candidates can apply online on or before 15.10.2013.Details of hot to apply, academic qualification required, age limit are as below.
Department of Local Government Punjab is a major sector of Punjab Govt. which deals with the issues associated with getting hold of of land by the Urban Local Bodies, lease of properties owned by municipal corporations and other lease related maters.
Job title- Building inspector
Total posts- 50 Posts
Age standards-The age of the candidate must be in the range of 18 years to 40 years
Educational Qualification – The candidate should have completed Diploma in Architecture from any recognized university or board
Application Fees- the application fees payable will be as follows
Mode of Payment
A demand draft should be drawn in the name of Chairman Selection Committee-Cum-Director Local Government Punjab payable at Chandigarh.
A written test will be conducted to shortlisted the suitable candidates. The candidates shortlisted on the basis of mark obtained in the written exam will have to appear for personal interview.
Way to Apply-
Interested candidates should download the application form in the prescribed format from the official website. The completed application together with recent photographs and attested copies of necessary enclosures are to be sent to the following address up to 15.10.2013
Department of Local Government Punjab,
SCO No: 131-132, Sector 17-C, Chandigarh
Last date to submit the application 15.10.2013
Written exam will be held on 16 November 2013.
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