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OPENING FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS – Agriculture

The Government of India has launched Aajeevika-National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) in June 2011 under the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD). The mission aims at creating efficient and effective institutional platforms of the rural poor enabling them to increase household incomes through sustainable livelihoods and improved access to financial and public services. 

The Government of Uttar Pradesh has constituted the Uttar Pradesh State Rural Livelihood Mission (UPSRLM) a Professionally managed autonomous society. The mandate of UPSRLM is to promote financially sustainable institutions of poor in the form of SHGs and their federations, and continuously nurture and support them till they improve their quality of life and come out of abject poverty. A state Mission Management Unit has been set up as a dedicated support structure to implement the mission activities in the State. The UPSRLM aims to build a team of high quality professionals for providing implementation support to the District and Block units.

Community Managed Sustainable Agriculture (CMSA) has been tried out in NRLM in four States successfully and UPSRLM is going to replicate CMSA intervention in two resource block - Chaanve of Mirzapur and Koravn of Allahabad Districts with the objectives. 1- To reduce the cost of cultivation. 2- To Restore Soil health 3-Increasing in yield of small fragmented land so that small and marginal farmer enhance its livelihoods. The expected outcome of this intervention is change in the farming systems in the identified areas, increase production and productivity thereby benefitting 2000-2500 households directly, develop internal community resources and replicate the model on a large canvas.

To achieve this, UPSRLM invites applicants from young agriculture professionals to join this mission. The details of the opening are :

Position

Eligibility Criteria

Monthly remunration

Young Professional  - Agriculture
(2 nos)

At least Bachelors Degree in Agriculture or Allied
0 to 3 years of relevant work experience.

Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 pm
(PlusFixed Travel allowance of Rs 2500 pm, Internet & Phone Allowance Rs 1000 pm)

Place of Posting :

Koraon block of Allahabad District and Chhanve block of Mirzapur District. Note that the YP would have to be based at the Block Level itself.

Interested Candidates can apply online.     CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE

Last date to apply online is : 26th April ’15 by 6 pm.

Selection Process : Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria would be called for a Personal Interview at Lucknow. Once Selected, the YPs would be on the rolls of a Service Provider Agency which has beenengaged by UPSRLM.

 

Click here to read the detailed ToR and Job Discription, Roles and Responsibility for the opening. 

Please be prepared with the following image file (soft copy) for filling online application::

1. Candidate carry the recent passport size photograph (4.5 X 3.5 cm) with white background.

photograph Image - a) Photo file should be in jpg/jpeg format
b) Photograph dimention should be 4.5 cm (height) * 3.5 cm(width)[170px * 132px ]
c) Photo file size should not exceed 50 KB

2. Candidate signature Image - a) Signature file should be in jpg/jpeg format b) Signature file dimention should be 1.5 cm(height) * 3.5 cm (width) [56px * 132px ]
c) Signature file size should not exceed 25 KB

SAMPLE PHOTOGRAPH sample photo SAMPLE SIGNATURE samplesignature
 
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