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Recruitment of 30 Civil engineer Deputy managers - NHAI

Recruitment of 30 Civil engineer Deputy managers - NHAI
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Are you looking for government job and a career to start in a National Infrastructure organization? Then use this excellent opportunity. NHAI – National Highways Authority of India has notified for requirement of 30 Deputy Manager Positions.

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Upper age limit is 30 years. Relaxation allowed as per government policies. Minimum education qualification is Graduates in Civil Engineering and must have passed GATE-2019 written examination. Last date for applying online is 31st October 2019. Application needs to be submitted online.

Organization website is www.nhai.gov.in. Recruitment advertisement links are https://nhai.gov.in/writereaddata/Portal/JobPost/2225/1_Advertisment_DM_T_-30.09.2019.pdf and https://nhai.gov.in/current-vacancies.htm. Click on “APPLY” button to apply online . The candidates will be selected based on the marks obtained in GATE 2019 and the performance in the interview.

Candidates can download the advertisement PDF and read the details to plan the next steps. Please follow the application procedure. Check all the annexures required and submit as per necessary requirements for your candidature. Have all the details ready before finalizing the submission of application. Before submission, take a soft copy or hard copy of the filled in application details for future reference and perusal.

This is a great opportunity for candidates to try their entry into government job and to plan the growth individually. Make use of this opportunity immediately. Wishing the applicants the very best for a great success in the interview and on further selection processes.

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