Chandigarh Administration Recruitment 2018 For Multiple Posts

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Post Name : Scientific Officer No. of Vacancy : 01 Post Pay Scale : Rs.45000/- (Per Month) Educational Qualification : M.Sc Degree in Environment / Agriculture/Forestry & Natural Resources in first Division With Four Year Work Experience in relevant fields such as environment/climate change/ pollution control. Age Limit : Maximum age limit is 37 years as on 26.05.2017 Job Location : Chandigarh Selection Process : Selection process will be based on…
Post Name : Driver No. of Vacancy : 01 Post Pay Scale : Rs.5910-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs. 2400/- Post Name : Restorer No. of Vacancy : 01 Post Pay Scale : Rs.5910-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs. 2400/- Educational Qualification : For Driver : Matriculate from a recognized Board / Institution and Valid Driving Licence of Transport vehicle and five year’s experience of driving a Transport vehicle. For Restorer : Matriculation from a recognized University/Board…
Clerk jobs vacancies in Chandigarh Administration Qualification : 1) Bachelors Degree and proficiency in operation of Computer (word processing and spread sheet) and a speed of 30 words per minutes in English typewriting No. of Post : 01 (Reserved for OH Handicapped) Age : Between 18 to 25 years Pay Scale : Rs.10300-34800/-
Information About Chandigarh Administration

From 1952 to 1966 (the year Haryana was carved out of Punjab) Chandigarh was the capital of Punjab. Citizens of the city were represented in the state's Legislative Assembly and a Chief Commissioner headed the local administration. While Punjab had remained undivided, Chandigarh, like other large cities of India, fitted into the larger framework of the state administration. When Punjab was divided, both Punjab and Haryana claimed the new city for its capital. Pending resolution of the issue, the Central Government made Chandigarh a Union Territory (under Section 4 of the Punjab Re-Organisation Act, 1966, with effect from November 1, 1966) with its administration functioning directly under the Central Government. Under the provisions of this Act, the laws in force in the erstwhile State of Punjab prior to November 1,1966, continue to be applicable to the Union Territory of Chandigarh.

The practice of appointing an Administrator of the UT designated as "Chief Commissioner" continued up to May 31, 1984. There after, on June 1, 1984, the Governor of Punjab took over the direct administration of the Union Territory as the Administrator. "Chief Commissioner" was redesignated as "Adviser to the Administrator". Ever since June 1984, the Governor of Punjab has been functioning as the Administrator of Union Territory of Chandigarh.

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