National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) published recruitment notification for the post of Deputy Manager (Mechanical Engineering). All eligible and interested candidates can submit application on or before 01st June, 2015.
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NDDB Recruitment 2015 Notification:
- Post Name : Deputy Manager (Mechanical Engineering)
- Educational Qualification : B.E/ B. Tech (Mechanical Engineering) from a reputed institute with 2-5 years of relevant experience in the area of expertise, preferably in an established firm/ organisation.
- Age Limit : 30 years as on 01.04.2015
- Last Date For Submission Of Online Application : 01.06.2015
How to Apply
All Eligible Interested candidates may apply Online through the website www.airindia.in. Candidates can submit online application on or before 01.06.2015. For detail advertisement provided below.
Detailed Advertisement: NDDB Recruitment 2015 Advertisement
Apply Online : NDDB Recruitment 2015 Apply Online
About National Dairy Development Board
The National Dairy Development Board is an institution of national importance set up by an Act of Parliament of India. The main office is in Anand, Gujarat with regional offices throughout the country. NDDB’s subsidiaries include IDMC Limited-Anand, Mother Dairy, Delhi, NDDB Dairy Services, Delhi and Indian Immunologicals Ltd, Hyderabad.
It was founded by Dr. Verghese Kurien. The National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) was created in 1965, fulfilling the desire of the then prime minister of India — the late Lal Bahadur Shastri to extend the success of the Kaira Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union (Amul) to other parts of India.
That success combined the wisdom and energy of farmers with professional management to successfully capture liquid milk and milk product markets while supporting farmer investment with inputs and services. The major success of this mission was achieved through the World Bank financed Operation Flood, which lasted for 26 years (1970 to 1996) and was responsible for making India the world’s largest producer of milk. This operation was started with the objective of increasing milk production, augmenting farmer income and providing fair prices for consumers.
NDDB has now integrated 1,17,575 dairy co-operatives in what it calls the Anand Pattern, linking the village society to the state federations in a three-tier structure.
NDDB launched its Perspective Plan 2010 with four thrust areas: Quality Assurance, Productivity Enhancement, Institution Building and National Information Network.