GMRDS Recruitment 2021 : The Gujarat Mineral Research And Development Society, (GMRDS) has released an employment notification inviting candidates to apply for the positions of below mentioned posts. This is a great chance for interested candidates who are looking for GMRDS Jobs 2021.
GMRDS Recruitment 2021
It is a good opportunity for all the interested candidates who are looking jobs in GMRDS. Before applying for the post, candidates should ensure that he/ she fulfills the eligibility criteria and other conditions mentioned in this advertisement. The last day for registration is 14-09-2021 Candidates are advised to carefully read the full advertisement for details of educational qualification and other eligibility criteria before submission of application. more detailed information regarding educational qualification, age limit,selection procedure, how to apply ,last date for GMRDS Recruitment 2021 are mentioned below
Gujarat Mineral Research And Development Society, (GMRDS) Recruitment 2021
|Organization||Gujarat Mineral Research And Development Society, (GMRDS)|
|Name of the Posts||Royalty Inspector, Surveyor|
Educational Qualification for GMRDS Recruitment 2021:
Royalty Inspector : M.Sc. in Geology or Applied Geology/B.E. or B-Tech in Mining Engineering
Surveyor : Diploma in Civil Engineering/I.T.I. Surveyor
Age Limit for GMRDS Recruitment 2021:
- Less than 35 years as on 31/08/2021
Pay Scale for GMRDS Recruitment 2021
- Royalty Inspector : 26000/-
- Surveyor : 14000/-
Selection Process for GMRDS Recruitment 2021
- Candidates will be selected based on interview.
How to Apply GMRDC Vacancy 2021?
- Interested & eligible candidate can send their application at the following address on or before 14-09-2021.
Important Dates & Links
About GMRDS : The GMRDS is formed in the year 2002 to support the mineral industries and to provide the technical support for mineral administration under control of Commissionrate of Geology & Mining/Industry and Mines. There are many aspects of mineral development attended, including mining companies, governments, aid agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academics and consultants.Mining is an ancient human activity developed through essential societal demand. As society and technology have developed, they have inevitably become ever-more materials hungry.
This demand will remain for the foreseeable future. Many areas of the Developed World have depleted high-grade mineral deposits, and remaining resources are subject to strong environmental constraints. This increases pressure on the Developing World to generate the mineral a commodity upon which world depends. Mineral resources are also a potential source of capital over which Developing Countries can have their own decision-making powers. Sustainable mineral development is all about balance. Achieving the dynamic balance between supply and demand, equitable capital distribution, good financial and environmental management and governance, economics, and social stability is the challenge the world faces in the twenty-first century and beyond.