Coastal Aquaculture Authority Recruitment 2016 – Applications Invited for 07 Consultant Vacancies. Coastal Aquaculture Authority (CAA) is a reputed firm, which is functioning under the administrative control of Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare. CAA had strewn a job notification in their official web page and leading newspapers, to enroll eminent personalities under the position of Technical Consultant. In order to meet the requirement and assist the authority in executing certain specific works, CAA needs seven consultants. Deserving persons who are keenly waiting for this recruitment can avail this amazing opportunity. The selection procedure will be made on the discretion of the Coastal Aquaculture Authority recruitment committee.
|Organisation||Coastal Aquaculture Authority (CAA)|
|Designation||Senior Consultant, Consultant, Junior Consultant|
|Vacancy Nos||07||Last Date||within 20 days|
|Education||Ph.D ,M.F.Sc/ M.Sc|
Coastal Aquaculture Authority Recruitment 2016
The individuals are initially appointed for a period of one year and it may be likely to be extended depending on the designee’s performance. The appointees will be responsible to do the duties including Inspection, monitoring, processing and analysis of reports etc. And also they are willing to travel to the far off places. Experienced candidates who suit this recruitment with prescribed qualifications can forward the curriculum vitae by postal mode. The detailed description about the project is summarized in the below sections.
Consultant Vacancies in CAA
Academic qualifications for CAA Vacancies
Aspirants who are eager to apply for all the above three Consultant Vacancies existing in CAA must possess M.F.Sc/ M.Sc degree under the discipline of Fisheries from any accredited University or Institution. PHD degree is desired only for the designation of Senior Consultant.
Consultant Vacancies Experience Requirements
All those candidates applying for the positions of Senior Consultant, Consultant and Junior Consultant in CAA must hold 0 to 20 years of experience in the areas such as research, teaching and industry from any recognized Organization.
Age Restriction for Consultant Vacancies
The upper age limit assigned for the post of Senior Consultant in CAA should be between 45 to 65 years. For the post of Consultant and Junior Consultant, the maximum age limit allotted for the applicants is 40 and 30 years respectively.
Selection Technique Followed by CAA
The selection process for suitable persons of Coastal Aquaculture Authority Recruitment is done either by written examination or interview after screening their prescribed qualifications and experience.
The performance of the attendees will be subject to appointment in the concerned positions. The participants of selection must produce the certificates/ documents for verification along with the curriculum vitae.
Emoluments for CAA Employees
CAA has set the maximum amount of monthly salary for the designators in the order of Rs.40000/- for the position of Senior Consultant, Rs.25000/- for the post of Consultant and Rs.20000/- for the post of Junior Consultant.
They will also receive the monthly extra allowances like conveyance charge of Rs.4000 to 4800/-, Travel charge of Rs.4600 to 4800/-, Mobile charge of Rs.250 to 500/- and 12 leaves per year.
Applying Channel of Coastal Aquaculture Authority Recruitment
Aspirants who are meeting the eligibility criteria with reference qualifications and experience may forward their curriculum vitae (Resume) by offline mode i.e. Postal.
The postal address mentioned for forwarding the curriculum vitae is ” The Director (Technical), Coastal Aquaculture Authority, Ministry of Agriculture And Farmers Welfare 12, GDR Tower, Bharathi street, Vanuvampettai, Chennai 600091”.
For further details about this recruitment view the CAA website www.caa.gov.in.
Coastal Aquaculture Authority Recruitment Remembered Dates
|Advertisement published on||16-08-2016|
|Last date for forwarding the application form or curriculum vitae||Within 20 days from the date of advertisement in newspapers|