Multipurpose Extension Assistant duties include tasks like typing, filing, taking inventory, keeping records and sorting checks. They may also prepare documents, process mail and answer telephones. They can seek employment in specialized fields that match their interests, such as education, finance, law, medicine, technology and government. Industry-specific training may be necessary for advancement or initial employment in a targeted field. Its a kind of multipurpose job.
Nellore District Fisheries Department has announce the job for the post of multipurpose extension assistants. Interested Candidate can apply online. The application form for MPEDA Recruitment 2015 in NDFD for Multipurpose Extension Assistants is available here.
MPEDA Recruitment 2015 in NDFD for Multipurpose Extension Assistants Details:-
For Applying Online: CLICK HERE
Total no. of posts: 33
Name of the post: Multipurpose Extension Assistants
Job location: Nellore District
Age limit: Between 18 years to 40 years as on the last date of submission of application process.
Age Relaxation: Applicable to all reserved category candidates.
Educational qualification: (any one)
- Polytechnic Diploma in fisheries
- B.Sc (Aqua culture)
- B.Sc (Fisheries)
- B.Sc (Zoology)
- related education qualification from any recognized University.
Selection process: As per the performance in the written exam and personal interview conducted by Andhra Pradesh Fisheries Department.
Pay scale: 8000/- per month.
How to apply:
- Either Apply Online.
- Or directly from office
Starting date for the submission of application: 24th August 2015
Last date for the submission of online application form: 2nd September 2015
Last date for the submission of hard copy of application form: 8th September 2015
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Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) functions under the Department of Commerce, Government of India and acts as a coordinating agency with different Central and State Government establishments engaged in fishery production and allied activities
Nellore District Fisheries Department (NDFD) is the Department of Fisheries was using the Madras Fisheries Manual part I and II which deals with the administration and running of the Fish curing yards run by the Department of Andhra Pradesh embodying corrections upto 30th April, 1963. It is proposed to prepare new Fisheries Departmental Manual and Functionary Manual separately incorporating changes that have occured in the duties of the functionaries of the department.
Andhra Pradesh is located in the southeastern coast of the nation. It is covering an area of 1,60,205 square kilometers of India. It is the tenth largest state which has population of approximate inhabitants of 8.46 crores, out of which 4,24,42,146 are male and 4,21,38,631 are females, ratio of the state is 993 and literacy rate is 67.02% as per census 2011. On 2nd June 2014, the state is divided and formed a new state named “Telangana”. Hyderabad is the capital city of State, which is de jure capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. As the state is located on the sea coast of Bay of Bengal, it makes Andhra Pradesh rich in agriculture-based industry. The economy of Andhra Pradesh is mainly based on agriculture and livestock, It is known as “Rice Bowl of India”. 60 percent of population of State is engaged in agriculture sector. The state is one of the store house of mineral resources of the country. It is a home of PepsiCo, Isuzu Motors, Cadbury India, Kellogg’s, Colgate, Palmolive, Kobelco etc. Andhra Pradesh is is also a largest producer of eggs in the country, therefore it is also called “Egg Bowl of Asia”. Telugu is the official language of Andhra Pradesh. It is rich in culture in terms of worships, literature, arts, music, spicy cuisine, architecture, dance and literature. The state experiences monsoon climate all throughout the year. Hyderabad is mainly famous for its Char Minar. Bollywood actress Tabu belongs to Hyderabad.
Nellore district is located in Coastal Andhra region.It is one of the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh. It is also Known as Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore district. The population of the district according to the Census 2011 was 2,966,082 of which 29.07% were urban.Click Here to Share This on Whatsapp
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