Government jobs In PUNJAB

LATEST GOVERNMENT JOBS OF PUNJAB 

Post DateRecruitment BoardPost NameQualificationAdvt NoLast DateMore Information
17/10/2018Office of the Dy Commissioner, Sangrur Granthi, Pujari, Muaajan – 410th----30-10-2018Details&Apply
16/10/2018 Dept of Rural Development & Panchayat, Sangrur Manager, Cluster Coordinator, 9 PostDegree/ Diploma----22-10-2018Details & Apply
15/10/2018 Punjab State e-Governance Society Technical, Dot Net Developer & Other – 59 Post

Degree----29-10-2018Details& Apply
07/09/2018Punjab State Legal Services AuthorityProject Coordinator & Asst – 6 Posts Degree-----20-09-2018Apply
11/07/2018 Directorate of Health & Family Welfare, PunjabMedical Officer – 513 PostsMBBS, PG---24-07-2018APPLY
09/07/2018PUDASub Divisional Engineer, Law Officer, Sr Asst, Clerk-cum-DEO & Other – 194 Posts
Diploma/ Any Degree/ PG---25-07-2018APPLY
04/07/2018 Central University of PunjabLibrarian, Assistant Librarian, MO & Other – 31 Posts

10th Class, 10+2, Diploma, Any Degree, PG---10-08-2018APPLY
04/07/2018NHM, PunjabMO, ANM, Staff Nurse, Pharmacist & Lab Technician – 917 Posts
10th Class, 10+2, Any Degree----16-07-2018APPLY
03/07/2018District Social Security Officer, PatialaTeacher, Attendent, Helper & Other – 7 Posts
Middle Class, Any Degree, B.Ed---20-07-2018APPLY
22/06/2018District Programme Officer, GurdaspurCentre Administrator, Case Worker, Lawyer, Counsellor, IT Staff & Helper – 9 Posts

10th Class, Degree (Law), PG (Social Work, IT)

---20-07-2018APPLY

https://punjabgovernmentjobs.com/

Punjab is in northwestern India and has a total area of 50,362 square kilometres (19,445 sq mi).  is bounded by Pakistan on the west, Jammu and Kashmir on the north, Himachal Pradesh on the northeast and Haryana and Rajasthan on the southMost of thelies in a fertile, alluvial plain with many rivers and an extensive irrigation canal systemA belt of undulating hills extends along the northeastern part of the state at the foot of the Himalayas. Its average elevation is above sea level, with a range from 180 metres (590 ft) in the southwest to more than 500 metres (1,600 ft) around the northeast border. The southwest of the state is semiarid, eventually merging into the  The Shiwalik Hills extend along the northeastern part of the state at the foot of the Himalayas

The soil characteristics are influenced to a limited extent by the topography, vegetation and parent rock. The variation in soil profile characteristics are much more pronounced because of the regional climatic differences. is divided into three distinct regions on the basis of soil types: southwestern, central, and eastern.  falls under II, III, and IV. Zone II is considered a low-damage risk zone; zone III is considered a moderate-damage risk zone; and zone IV is considered a high-damage risk zon