National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB) invited applications for the post of Executive Director & Senior Executive. The eligible candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format with 60 days from the date of publication of advertisement.
National Fisheries Development Board Vacancy Details
1. Executive Director (Technical): 05 Posts
2. Executive Director (Finance & Administration): 01 Post
3. Senior Executive (Technical): 09 Posts
4. Senior Executive (Administration): 01 Post
Eligibility Criteria for Executive Director & Senior Executive Job
- Executive Director (Technical) & Senior Executive (Technical): Possessing Master's Degree in Fisheries Science/ Aquaculture/ Zoology with specialization in Fisheries/ Marine Biology/ Industrial Fisheries/ Aquaculture Engineering/ Civil Engineering/ Economics.
- Executive Director (Finance & Administration) & Senior Executive (Administration): Possessing Master's Degree in Arts/ Commerce/ Statistics/ Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)/ Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA).
Age Limit: Below 56 years of age
How to Apply?
Eligible and interested candidates can apply for the post by visiting the official site of the organization. Send the filled up application form along with other necessary documents to The Chief Executive, National Fisheries Development Board, Pillar No. 235, PVNR Expressway, SVP National Police Academy (Post), Rajendranagar, Hyderabad -500052 with 60 days from the date of publication of advertisement.
- Opening Date of Application: 29 August 2015
- Last Date to Apply: 60 days from the date of publication of advertisement.
There is a large untapped potential in fisheries and aquaculture, which can contribute considerably to improve the livelihoods as also to the empowerment of women. The future development of aquaculture depends on the adoption of new and innovative production technologies, management and utilization of less utilized water resources and proper market tie-ups. Reservoir fisheries offer a major opportunity to enhance fish production in the country. In the marine sector, while the coastal fisheries have been fully exploited, deep-sea fisheries resources are yet to be harnessed. Diversification and high value produce could add new dimensions to the sector. Proper post-harvest handling, reduction of losses and hygienic primary processing are important to realize full potentials of the sector. Simultaneously, effective marketing arrangements are to be made to ensure adequate returns to the fishers and the farmers as also make available good quality fish at affordable prices to the consumers.