New Delhi, 22nd September 2023 : The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), operating under the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India, has issued a recruitment notification for 74 consultant positions. These positions fall under the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) and are spread across various states in the country.
The CPCB’s recruitment drive offers a total of 74 consultant positions, categorized as NCAP Consultants A, B, and C. These appointments will initially be on a contractual basis for one year, with the possibility of extensions based on CPCB’s requirements and candidate performance. The maximum age limit for all three consultant categories is set at 65 years.
Interested candidates keen on joining the National Clean Air Programme under the Central Pollution Control Board can access the official recruitment notification on the board’s website. The notification can be found in the Jobs section on cpcb.nic.in. The application process is cost-free and opened on September 20, 2023. Candidates have until October 10, 2023, to submit their applications.
To apply for the CPCB NCAP Consultant positions, candidates must meet specific eligibility requirements:
For Consultant A: Candidates should hold a postgraduate or graduate degree in the relevant subject and possess a minimum of three years of relevant work experience.
For Consultant B: A minimum of five years of relevant work experience is required in addition to the educational qualifications mentioned above.
For Consultant C: Candidates should have a minimum of ten years of relevant work experience, along with specified educational qualifications.
This recruitment opportunity provides government job aspirants with a chance to contribute to the critical mission of clean air under the NCAP. Candidates are encouraged to review the detailed notification for comprehensive information regarding the application process and other pertinent details.
With the CPCB’s recruitment drive now underway, aspiring candidates can embark on their journey toward a rewarding career in environmental protection and climate change management.