Birangana Mahila Producer Company Limited Recruitment 2020: Apply for Cluster Development Executive Post
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June 28, 2020

Birangana Mahila Producer Company Limited Recruitment 2020: Apply for Cluster Development Executive Post

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Birangana Mahila Producer Company Limited, Boitamari.
Last Date: 01/07/2020. 

 
Birangana Mahila Producer Company Limited, Boitamari has released a notification for 1 Cluster Development Executive (CDE) vacancy.



Name of post: Cluster Development Executive (CDE)
No of posts:
1

Pay: Rs 15,000/- to Rs 20,000/- based on experience and qualifications. Travelling allowance as per company’s norms.
Age: The age limit for applying is 35 years.

Educational Qualification:
We are looking for passionate young persons who have urge to work for production, processing and marketing of agriculture-based commodities for Birangana Agro Processing Cluster. Graduates and Post Graduates from any stream can apply with minimum of two years’ experience. Interested candidates who have relevant experience in the similar field will be given preference.

Walk in date and Time: 4th July 2020 at Bongaigaon (Venue will be intimated to shortlisted candidates by phone and mail).
Application Fee: Not applicable.

How to apply:
Kindly send your complete bio-data (including % of marks in all exams)and experience to biranganamahilaproducercompany@gmail.com.

Last date:
1st July 2020.

Organization profile: Birangana Mahila Producer Company Limited, Boitamari came into existence in the year 2017. It is a conglomeration of women farmers from Self Help Groups who are engaged in producing and trading of agriculture and agriculture products through the Company. The company has 2,000 shareholders from Boitamari Block of Bongaigaon district and also engaged in providing farm mechanization, solar based solutions and credit support.

The company was promoted by Seven Sisters Development Assistance (SeSTA) an NGO which is working in parts of North east for agency enhancement of women through women collectives and strengthening life and livelihoods of the families.