Resource Person

Posted on 13-Jan-2017 by : Rubber Board
Kerala
1-2 Lakhs
Walk-in

Job Summary

1 Opening
Teaching/Education
Government/ PSU/NGO
Post Graduation

Job Description

The Government of Kerala, the Rubber Board has issued a notification for the recruitment of 01 Resource Person post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Resource Person posting, are eligible to apply for Rubber Board Resource Person Recruitment 2016-17.

Educational qualification for the Rubber Board recruitment 2017 must have completed in M.A (Economics)/ M.Sc. (Agricultural Economics) with minimum 50% marks M.A (Economics)/ M.Sc. (Agricultural Economics) with minimum 50% marks Rubber Board recruitment 2017. The age limit 30years as on 21.12.2016.

Name of the Organization: Rubber Board

Official Website: www.rubberboard.org.in

Location: Kerala

Name of the Post (Designation): Resource Person

Total Number of Vacancies: 1

Age Limit:   30 years

Educational Qualification: M.A (Economics)/ M.Sc. (Agricultural Economics) with minimum 50% marks.

Selection Procedure: Written Test

Pay scale: 15000/- per month

Imp Dates:

Last Date of Online Application: 17.01.2017


Roles & Responsibilities

    The Educational Resource Person will be a Faculty member within the division. Theresponsibilities of the Educational Resource Person will be as follows: 1. Reviewing objectives of the rotation with the residents, or assigning that role to someone.


Company Profile

Commercial cultivation of natural rubber was introduced in India by the British, although the experimental efforts to grow rubber on a commercial scale in India were initiated as early as 1873 at the Botanical Gardens, Calcutta. The first commercial Hevea plantations in India were established at Thattekadu in 1902. The importance of rubber production in India can a strategic and security reason had been realized by the government during the Second World War period. The rubber growers in India were encouraged to produce the maximum rubber required for the use during war. After the war, there were growing demands from the growers for setting up a permanent organisation to look after the interests of the industry. Thereupon the government set up an ad hoc committee in 1945 to study the situation and to make appropriate recommendation. On the recommendation of this ad hoc committee, the government passed the Rubber (Production and Marketing) Act, 1947, on 18 April 1947, and the Indian Rubber Board was constituted forthwith. The Rubber Production and Marketing (Amendment) Act, 1954, amended the name of the Board as The Rubber Board

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