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Government of Odisha Ganjam Recruitment 2017 - 1 Veterinary Graduates, Multiple Vacancy for BVSC

Government of Odisha Ganjam invites application for the position Veterinary Graduates etc. Read details, eligibility criteria mentioned below for the vacancy and eligible candidates can submit their application directly to Government of Odisha Ganjam before 2017-07-25

Veterinary Graduates Jobs - Government of Odisha Ganjam Recruitment

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Education Requirement BVSC
Total Vacancy 28 Posts
Salary Range Rs.14000
Job Location Odisha
Last Date To Apply 2017-07-25

Government of Odisha Ganjam recruitment 2017 Veterinary Graduates Selection Procedure

Interested and eligible candidates can apply before 25/07/2017.
Selection Will be Based either Written Exam/Interview by the Government of Odisha Ganjam norms or decision.

Apply Procedure for Veterinary Graduates Government of Odisha Ganjam recruitment 2017

Candidate should submit their application to Chief District Veterinary Officer, Ganjam, Berhampur on or before 25/07/2017
 

Address For The Job

Chief District Veterinary Officer, Ganjam, Berhampur

Important Dates

Last Date to Apply: 25/07/2017

 


About Government of Odisha Ganjam

Located on the boarder of Andhra Pradesh, Ganjam District came into existence on 1st April 1936. The district is named after the old township and European fort of Ganjam situated on the northern bank of river Rushikulya which was the head quarter of the District. The Ganjam area was a part of ancient Kalinga which was occupied by Ashok in 261 B.C. The period of 1757 was ruled by the French Commander Bussy. In 1759, the French ruler was defeated by English and the District was annexed by them. The office of the District Collector was established in 1974. The District got separated from the Madras Presidency and formed the part of the newly created State of Odisha province with effect from 1.4.1936.