UP Pollution Control Board Recruitment 2019 Jobs in UPSSSC

UP Pollution Control Board Recruitment 2019: Pollution Control Board Building Vibhuti Khand Gomti Nagar Lucknow Category wise posts of  UP Pollution Control Board Assistant Recruitment 2019 www.uppcb.com Uttar Pradesh pradushan niyantran board UP Pollution Control Board Junior Engineer Recruitment 2019 Uttar Pradesh Pradushan Niyantran Board Additional scientist’s office, Additional secretary in Pollution, Lekhakar, Avar abhiyanta, Vidhi shayak, Library assistant Uttar Pradesh Pradushan Niyantran Board vacancy is releasing soon

UP Pollution Control Board Recruitment 2019 ALL TYPES of pollution control jobs is trasferred to Uttar Pradesh Sub Ordinate Service Selection board.

UP Pollution Control Board vacancy

1. General
2. Obc
3. St
Avar abhiyanta
1. Gen
2. Obc
3. St
4. Sc
Vidhi shayak
1. Obc
2. Sc
Library assistant
Qualification-Graduates or Post graduates
Age limit—18 to 35 as on 1 July 2016

Last date-February 2016

Address to Visit: Official website

Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board Building No. TC-12V Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar Lucknow-226 010
Phone: +91-522-2720831, 2720681, 2720691
Fax: +91-522-2720764

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