The Government of Haryana, the Irrigation & Water Source Department, and Haryana has issued a notification for the recruitment of 23 Assistant, Clerk Post’s vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Assistant, Clerk posting, are eligible to apply for Indian Irrigation & Water Source Department, Haryana Assistant, and Clerk Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Irrigation & Water Source Department, Haryana recruitment 2017 must have completed in 10th/ 12th/Diploma or its equivalent qualification from any recognized Institution / Board with the minimum aggregate of marks Irrigation & Water Source Department, Haryana recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: Irrigation & Water Source Department, Haryana
Total no of vacancies: 23 posts
Official Website: www.hid.gov.in
Name of the Post (Designation): Assistant, Clerk
Educational Qualification: Applicants must have completed 10th/ 12th/Diploma or its equivalent qualification from any recognized Institution / Board with the minimum aggregate of marks.
Age limit: Upper age limit must not exceed 65 years
Selection Procedure: Irrigation & Water Source Department recruitment board will shortlist the suitable applicants based on their performance in Walk In Interview
How to Apply: Applications to this job are to be filled online
The last date for receipt of applications & Walk in Interview Date: 07 April 2017
Irrigation in India includes a network of major and minor canals from Indian rivers, groundwater well based systems, tanks, and other rainwater harvesting projects for agricultural activities. Of these groundwater system is the largest.In 2010, only about 35% of total agricultural land in India was reliably irrigated. About 2/3rd cultivated land in India is dependent on monsoons.Irrigation in India helps improve food security, reduce dependence on monsoons, improve agricultural productivity and create rural job opportunities. Dams used for irrigation projects help produce electricity and transport facilities, as well as provide drinking water supplies to a growing population, control floods and prevent droughts