GWSSB Additional Assistant Engineer (AAE) (Civil/Mechanical) Exam Schedule & Syllabus 2018

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GWSSB Additional Assistant Engineer (AAE) (Civil/Mechanical) Exam Schedule & Syllabus 2018

Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board (GWSSB) Additional Assistant Engineer (AAE) (Civil/Mechanical) Exam Schedule & Syllabus 2018

Posts Name: Additional Assistant Engineer (AAE) (Civil/Mechanical)

Exam Date: 17-06-2018

Exam Schedule: Click Here

Syllabus: 
• AAE (Civil): Click Here
• AAE (Mechanical): Click Here

More Details: Click Here

GWSSB Recruitment for 105 Additional Assistant Engineer (Civil & Mechanical) Posts 2018 (OJAS)

GWSSB Recruitment 2018 Notification – Apply Online for 105 Additional Assistant Engineer Vacancies: Gujarat Water Supply Sewerage Board has published job notice for 105 Vacancies. As per the notice, GWSSB Registration will start from 23rd March 2018. GWSSB Recruitment 2018 Notification has 105 huge openings for Additional Assistant Engineer posts. The Positions are to be filled by Civil and Mechanical Engineers. So, interested Gujarat Government Job seekers must apply Online from 23rd March 2018. However, the last date to submit application forms for GWSSB Jobs 2018 is 11th April 2018. Additionally, have a look at www.gwssb.gujarat.gov.in to know more about GWSSB Vacancy 2018.

Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board (GWSSB) Recruitment for 105 Additional Assistant Engineer (Civil & Mechanical) Posts 2018 (OJAS)

Total Posts: 105 Posts

Posts Name:
• Additional Assistant Engineer (Civil): 83 Posts
• Additional Assistant Engineer (Mechanical): 22 Posts

Educational Qualification, Fee & Other Details: Please Read Official Notification.

How to Apply: Interested and Eligible Candidates may Apply Online Through official Website www.ojas.gujarat.gov.in

 

Important Dates:
• Starting Date for Apply Online: 23-03-2018
• Last Date for Apply Online: 11-04-2018

 

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Notification: Click Here

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About GWSSB:

Gujarat Water Supply Sewerage Board is a government institution established by the state government for the development, regulation, and control of the potable water sector in the state. The responsibility of the Board extends to the entire state. The Board is working to a large extent on the creation of a rural water supply system and the operational management of rural water supply programs for several villages. In this area, the main task of the Committee is the preparation, implementation, promotion, and financing of drinking water supply arrangements. Rural water supply systems include the installation of hand pumps, mini water supply system, etc. in small settlements and tap water supply systems for individual villages, including a large water supply system that covers several villages.

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