MoEFCC Invites Application for Consultant in Environmental Sciences

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The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India invites applications from young professionals looking for opportunity to facilitate the Ministry in the implementation of Green Good Deeds (GGDs) across the country. Initially, the position is for one year and may be extended depending upon the performance and as per Ministry’s requirement.

Post Title: Consultant (Environmental Science)

Job Requirement: To assist divisional officers in all programmes relating to GGDs; including EE Division; to assist the Ministry in monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of the programme in all States; compilation of reports, newsletters, etc.; organization of meeting; development of knowledge products. Any other activity assigned by Divisional Head.

Eligibility: M.Sc. with 3 year experience/ Ph.D/ M.Tech. in either of Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Life Sciences, Biodiversity & Conservation.

Experience: 4-5 years post qualification experience.

Remuneration: Rs. 60,000/- (consolidated)

How to Apply

Applications need to be submitted in prescribed format with a copy of complete bio-data with requisite details and needs to be sent by speed post to

EE Division
Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC)
Indira Paryavaran Bhavan, Ali Ganj
Jorbagh Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

Click here to Download the Prescribed Format.

Last date by which the application should reach the Ministry is 20 January 2019.

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