Application invited on contractual basis under TSG of MIDH

Name of Post Essential Qualification/Criteria
Chief Consultant– 7 Nos. in following areas of specialization:
1. Post Harvest Management – 2 Nos
2. Seed and Planting material– 2Nos
3.Supply Chain Management– 2 Nos.
4. Legal Matters – 1 Nos
Applicant must have Master’s degree or PG Diploma in Horticulture/ Agriculture/Post Harvest Management/ Seed and Planting material/Agribusiness/Allied subject from recognized university.

The applicant should have obtained 55% marks in Master’s Degree or equivalent grade point in PG diploma.

The applicants should also possess at least 5 years of working experience in relevant field.
Consultant- 2 Nos. in the field of
Post Harvest Management,
Agri Business entrepreneur development,
Seed and Planting Material,
HRD and allied areas.
Candidates having knowledge of using ICT based tools, MIS portal and applications for management of Government Programmes/schemes would be given preferences.

Candidates who worked/working in Government offices in their related field would be given preference.
Resource Person– 2 Nos. in the field of Horticulture Graduate in any discipline with minimum of 50% marks and minimum 10 years experience in various Ministries related to Agriculture/ Horticulture in Central or State Govt./Autonomous Bodies/ Attached Offices.
Senior Programmer- 1 Nos. MCA/ B.Tech (Computer Science) in software development, knowledge of ASP, NET, C-Sharp, SQL server, SQL Server Reporting Service, Visual Studio, Mobile app development.

Interested Candidates Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply for the Job.

The mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme for the holistic growth of the horticulture sector covering fruits, vegetables, root & tuber crops, mushrooms, spices, flowers, aromatic plants, coconut, cashew, cocoa, and bamboo. Under MIDH, the Government of India (GOI) contributes 60%, of the total outlay for developmental programs in all the states except states in North East and Himalayas, a 40% share is contributed by State Governments. In the case of the North-Eastern States and the Himalayan States, GOI contributes 90%.

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