Punjab Urban Planning and Development Authority invites application for filling up 172 Junior Engineer, Clerk and Senior Assistant Jobs. Candidates meeting eligible criteria may submit applications by filing up online form from PUPDA‘s website before last date:26/08/2015.
Vacancies in Punjab Urban Planning and Development Authority
|Name Of Post||Number of||Pay Scale|
|Sub Divisional Engineer (Civil)||10 Posts||Pay band-15600-39100|
|Sub Divisional Engineer (Public Health)||5 Posts||Pay band-15600-39100|
|Sub Divisional Engineer (Electrical)||3 Posts||Pay band-15600-39100|
|Junior Engineer (Civil)||40 Posts||Pay band-10300-34800|
|Junior Engineer (Public Health)||30 Posts||Pay band-10300-34800|
|Junior Engineer (Electrical)||13 Posts||Pay band-10300-34800|
|Senior Assistant (A/Cs)||34 Posts||Pay band-10300-34800|
|Clerk-cum-Data Entry Operator||37 Posts||Pay band-10300-34800|
Age limit: Candidate should be between 18 to 37 years of age as on 01.01.2015
Qualification: Degree in Electrical Engineering/Civil Engineering//B.Com./Bachelor’s Degree
Selection Procedure: Selection will be based on the qualification and a written examination.
Written Examination will be held for 120 marks.
How to apply for PUDA Recruitment 2015: Candidates may submit online application which is made available at http://www.pudaschemes.com/onlineapplication/ and send the hard copy of online form along with supporting certificates to the following address.
Assistant General Manager (HR),
Punjab Urban Planning & Development Authority,
Room No. 323,
S.A.S. NAGAR (Mohali).
Last date for online applications: 26/08/2015
Last date for receipt of Hard copy along required documents: 05/09/2015
About Punjab Urban Planning and Development Authority:
Punjab Urban Planning and Development Authority is an apex institution established in July 1995 for the development of balanced urban growth in the State of Punjab. PUDA is committed to provide planned residential, commercial and industrial spaces incorporating the latest state of the art technology and town planning norms.