ATMA Nadia Recruitment 2016 — Block Technology Manager, Assistant Technology Manager Posts
Current Recruitment Notification From Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) 2016 | 32 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
ATMA Nadia Recruitment 2016 – Block & Asst Technology Manager Posts: Office of Project Director, Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA), Nadia, Krishnagar has inform 32 vacant seats for Block Technology Manager & Assistant Technology Manager vacancies for different officers of Nadia district on purely contractual basis. Do you have a dream of getting joined ATMA Nadia may apply in prescribed format on or before 04/11/2016. Other details are mention below..
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
ATMA Nadia Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 32
Name of the Posts:
1. Block Technology Manager: 05 Seats
2. Assistant Technology Manager: 27 Seats
18 to 45 years.
For Block Technology Manager Graduation/ Post Graduation in Agriculture/ Allied Sector & minimum 02 years field experience in Agri related activities.
For Assistant Technology Manager Graduation/ PG in Agri/ Horti/ Economics/ Marketing/ Veterinary Sciences/ AHD/ Fisheries.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on written test &/ or interview.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their application on plain paper in the prescribed format along with attested/ self copies of all testimonials by hand/ by post to the venue on or before 04/11/2016.
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 04/11/2016.
Job Location: West Bengal
Project Director, Agricultural Technology Managerment Agency (ATMA), Nadia (in the Deputy Director of Agriculture (Administration),
Nadia, Horticulture campus/ company bagan, near Pantotirtha, krishnagar, Nadia, pin-741101
About Us – Among the Bengal zamindars Pratapaditya was the first to send his envoy to Islam Khan Chisti with a large gift to win the favour of the Mughals, and then tendered personal submission to the Subahdar (1609). He promised military assistance and personal service in the Mughal campaign against musa khan, a pledge that he did not keep. To punish Pratapaditya for his disloyalty as a vassal and to subjugate his territory, a large expedition was launched under the command of Ghiyas Khan, which soon reached a place named Salka, near the confluence of the Jamuna and Ichhamati (1611). Pratapaditya equipped a strong army and a fleet and placed them under expert officers including Feringis, Afghans and Pathans. His eldest son Udayaditya made a big fort at Salka with natural barriers on three sides rendering it almost impregnable. In battle the Jessore fleet gained an initial advantage. But the imperial army cut off the Jessore fleet, made a breach in its ranks and broke its unity and discipline. In the melee that followed, the admiral Khwaja Kamal was killed.