Chandigarh Administration Recruitment for Junior Engineers at Chandigarh, Last Date – 30 March 2021

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Filling up 42 posts of Junior Engineers (Civil) in the B&R wing of The Engineering Department, Union Territory, Chandigarh.

Job Positions

  • Junior Engineer (Civil)

Job Details

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Interview Locations


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Number of Openings


Joining Time

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Desired Experience

0 Years


As per Company Standards

Qualification Criteria

  • 3 years diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized Board/ University/Institute (not through correspondence/Distance Education)
  • Certificate of ICT Skill Course i.e. Course on Computer Concepts (CCC) – 80 hours from a Government recognized institution OR a reputed institution which is an ISO 9001 certified OR Department of Electronics Accrediated of Computer Course (DOEACC) of Government of India OR from NIELIT and its authorized institutions at the time of their appointment.

Skills Requirement

Key Skills


Job Description

On-line applications are invited from eligible candidates to fill up 42 posts of Junior Engineers (Civil) in the B&R Wing of the Engineering Department, Union Territory, Chandigarh on temporary basis but likely to be continued in terms of the notified Recruitment Rules dated 25.06.2004 as amended vide Notification dated 01.07.2009 in the pay scales as admissible to the analogous posts of Junior Engineer (Civil) as per the 7th Central Pay Commission to be notified by the Government of Punjab and adopted by the Chandigarh Administration.

Important Instructions

Instructions to Apply

  • Applications can be submitted only through ‘ONLINE’ from 8th March 2021 (11.00 AM onwards) to 30th March 2021 (upto 5.00 PM) on the website namely

How to Apply ?

Please read all job details clearly and apply exactly as mentioned below only if you meet eligibility criteria.

Last Date to Apply: 30/03/2021

Chandigarh Administration

About Company: From 1952 to 1966 (the year Haryana was carved out of Punjab) Chandigarh was the capital of Punjab. Citizens of the city were represented in the state’s Legislative Assembly and a Chief Commissioner headed the local administration. While Punjab had remained undivided, Chandigarh, like other large cities of India, fitted into the larger framework of the state administration. When Punjab was divided, both Punjab and Haryana claimed the new city for its capital. Pending resolution of the issue, the Central Government made Chandigarh a Union Territory (under Section 4 of the Punjab Re-Organisation Act, 1966, with effect from November 1, 1966) with its administration functioning directly under the Central Government. Under the provisions of this Act, the laws in force in the erstwhile State of Punjab prior to November 1,1966, continue to be applicable to the Union Territory of Chandigarh.
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