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MBMA Programme Associate Jobs Notification 2021 - 08 Vacancies in Meghalaya Full-time Job

Apr 22nd, 2021 at 15:55   Govt   Shillong   249 views
Job Details

Meghalaya Basin Management Agency (MBMA) has advertised the latest recruitment notification of Programme Associate Jobs for 08 Vacancies. All the individuals who are qualified in Any Degree, Post Graduation, M.A, M.Sc are eligible to apply for this MBMA Recruitment 2021. Aspirants who want to work as an employee in govt sector department can grab this career opportunity by applying before 5th May 2021. Here on this website, we have intimated all the updates of the latest govt job notifications.

Vacancy Details of MBMA Jobs Notification 2021:

Name of the Posts

No.of Vacancies


Programme Associate


Any Degree, Post Graduation, M.A, M.Sc

Age Limit:

Contenders should not exceed 45 years of age.

Selection Process:

Aspirants selection will be based on the Written Test & Interview.

Pay Scale:

Selected candidates will get a salary of Rs. 15,000/- to Rs. 17,000/- per month.

Application Procedure for MBMA Recruitment 2021:

  • Visit the Official Website of MBMA.
  • Search for the recruitment tab.
  • Click on the MBMA Notification and refer to all the clear details.
  • Download the application form and fill all the required details.
  • Send the application along with self-attested copies of relevant documents to the given address.


Office of the Meghalaya Basin Management Agency,

C/o Meghalaya State Housing Financing Cooperative Society Ltd Campus,

Nongrim Hills, Shillong, Meghalaya - 793003.

Important Dates:

Last Date to Apply

5th May 2021

Important Links:

Download the Official Notification of MBMA Recruitment 2021:

Application Form of MBMA Notification 2021: Click Here

Company Description
The MBDA (Meghalaya Basin Development Authority) was set up in April, 2012. It is headed by the Chief Secretary, Government of Meghalaya. The MBDA has identified that natural resources and river basins provide ideal opportunities for providing multi-livelihoods to people in the rural areas. It is no secret that the poorer sections of the rural community have hardly had a stake in the village economy. They have often been left out of the loop of development and this has pushed them to the brink of impoverishment. For mere survival, they have had to exploit the environment around them to eke out a bare subsistence.