MOEF India Jobs 2017
Ministry of Environment – Forest and Climate Change releases MOEF Notification for the year 2017-18. The advertisement has 18 Vacant positions. The Vacancies are for Scientist Posts. All the job seekers can apply online for MOEF India Jobs 2017 from 23rd October 2017 @ envfor.nic.in. The last date to submit your applications for MOEF Vacancies 2017 is November 2017. Continue reading further to know more details like educational qualification, selection process, how to apply and others.
MOEF Notification 2017-18
|Name of the Organization||Ministry of Environment – Forest and Climate Change (MOEF)|
|Post Name||Scientist Posts|
|Starting date to apply||22-10-2017|
|Closing date to apply||November 2017|
|Job Category||Central Government jobs|
MOEF Vacancy 2017 Details
|Sl.No||Name of the Post||No of Vacancy|
|5.||Scientist ‘B (Chemist)’.||03|
Eligibility Criteria for Ministry of Environment – Forest and Climate Change Recruitment 2017
- Candidates applying for MOEF Notification 2017 must have passed Bachelor Degree/Master Degree in a relevant field along with certain years of work experience.
Scientist B & C:
- Maximum Age: 35 years.
- Maximum Age: 40 years.
- Maximum Age: 45 years.
- Maximum Age: 50 years.
- Rs.56,100/- to Rs.2,16,600/-.
- General Candidates: Rs.100/-.
- SC/ST/Female/Physically Handicapped Candidates: No Fee.
How to Apply for MOEF Notification 2017
Candidates Can Apply Offline @ envfor.nic.in on or before November 2017.
Section Officer (P.III),
Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change,
1st floor, Block-Prithvi, Indira Paryavaran Bhawan,
Jor Bagh road, Aliganj, New Delhi-110003.
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The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) is an Indian government ministry. The ministry portfolio is currently held by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change. The ministry is responsible for planning, promoting, coordinating, and overseeing the implementation of environmental and forestry programmes in the country. The main activities undertaken by the ministry include conservation and survey of the flora of India and fauna of India, forests and other wilderness areas; prevention and control of pollution; afforestation, and land degradation mitigation. It is responsible for the administration of the national parks of India. The Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change is the cadre controlling authority of the Indian Forest Service (IFS), one of the three All India Services.Environmental debates were first introduced into the national political agenda during Indira Gandhi’s first term as Prime Minister of India.
The 4th Five-Year Plan (1969–74), for example, proclaimed “harmonious development on the basis of a comprehensive appraisal of environmental issues.” In 1976 (during the Emergency) Gandhi added Article 48A to the constitution stating that: “The State shall endeavor to protect and improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country.” The same decree transferred wildlife and forests from state list to concurrent list of the constitution, thus giving the central government the power to overrule state decisions on that matter. Such political and constitutional changes prepared the groundwork for the creation of a federal Department of Environment in 1980, turned into the Ministry of Environment and Forests in 1985. Although tackling climate change was already a responsibility of the ministry, its priority was raised when in May 2014 the ministry was renamed to the current title of Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change