PPQS Technical Officer Recruitment 2020: Applications are invited in the prescribed format (Annexure -I) for the engagement of 175 Technical Officer(s). Eligible candidates to be filled up through walk-in-interview. You can get details of PPQS Technical Officer Recruitment age limit, application fee, qualification, selection process, pay scale, and important links are given below.
Minimum Qualification: Applicants must be passed MSc. Degree in relevant subject from a recognized University or institute.
PPQS Vacancy Details:
i) LWO, Jodhpur (Rajasthan) – 50 Posts
ii) LCO, Bikaner (Rajasthan) – 50 Posts
iii) LCO, Jaisalmer (Rajasthan) – 55 Posts
iv) LCO, Palanpur (Gujarat) – 20 Posts
Age Limit & Relaxation: For Technical Officer- 35 years for the male candidates and 40 years for female/ third gender (transgender) candidates. SC / ST candidates will be eligible for age relaxation of 5 years as per Central Government Rules.
Application Fee: Candidates should go to the official notification for application fee details.
Selection Process: Selected candidates will be based on a walk-in-interview.
How to Apply: Applicants can attend the interview address of Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine &Storage, CGOComplex, NH – 4, Faridabad, Haryana, Pin – 121001.
Last Date to Apply: 12/06/2020
Disclaimer: Before applying, candidates must have to read in the official announcement carefully about PPQS Recruitment 2020 territorial wherein the application form is accurate.
About Plant Protection Quarantine & Storage (PPQS)
Directorate of Plant Protection Quarantine & Storage was established in the year 1946 on the recommendation of Woodhead Commission as an apex organization for advising the Government of India and state governments on all the matters related to Plant Protection.
The Directorate is headed by the Plant Protection adviser. Plant Protection strategy and activities have significant importance in the overall crop production programs for sustainable agriculture. Plant protection activities encompass activities aimed to minimize crop losses due to pests through integrated pest management, plant quarantine, regulation of pesticides, locust warning & control, and training in desert areas besides training and capacity building in plant protection. It is an attached office of the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare. It has various Sub-Offices through India and the Plant Protection Network of Directorate of PPQ&S in India.