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218 Jobs Vacancies in National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) invites applications from eligible candidates for following 218 Vacancies for all over India.

Job Details
1. CGM (Safety
2. CGM (Finance)
3. CGM (Planning & Statistics)
4. CGM (Standardization, Research, Development & Quality)
5. GM (Finance & Accounts)
6. GM (Administration)
7. DGM (Technical)
8. DGM (Environment)
9. DGM (Administration)
10. DGM (Legal)
11. DGM (Electronics)
12. Manager (Technical)
13. Manager (F&A)
14. Manager (Electronics)
15. Manager (Administration)
16. Manager (Legal)
17. Hindi Officer
18. Assistant Manager (Vigilance)
19. Assistant Manager(Administration)
20. Junior Hindi Translator

Qualifications: Click Here for qualification details.
Last Date: 29 April 2013
Total Vacancies: 218 nos
Location: All over India

How To Apply
Duly filed applications, along with the requisite documents, may be sent by
Registered or Speed Post only.

National Highways Authority of India,
G-5 & 6, Sector-10,
Dwarka, New Delhi -110 075

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