Contract Centre for Management Development requires District Project Management
Centre for Management Development wanted District Project Management
Centre for Management Development, Applications are invited from qualified candidates for appointment to various posts at the State as well as District Project Management Units, on contract basis for a period of One year (extendable further based on the performance) for the implementation of a joint mission of Government of India and Government of Kerala in four districts of Kerala in the first phase.
Kerala State Nutrition Mission Sampushta Keralam Department of Women & Child Development. (Government of Kerala).
Post Name:- State Project Management Unit – 7 Nos
Post Name:- District Project Management Units
- District Level– 8 Nos
- Block Level – 72 Nos.
For more details, guidelines & submission of online application, visit www.cmdkerala.net Printout or hard copy of the applications will not be accepted.
Starting date for online application submission:- 28th November 2018 (09.00 am)
Last date for online application submission:- 12th December 2018 (05.00 pm).Centre for Management Development
Kerala – 695014, India
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