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LAHORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SITUATIONS VACANT
Applications are invited from suitable candidates for appointment, on contract basis, in LDA against following posts. Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. POST Deputy Director (Town Planning) Assistant Director (Town Planning) Assistant Director (General Cadre) Assistant Director (Law) Assistant Director (Electrical Engineering) Assistant Director (Mechanical Engineering) Assistant Director (Civil Engineering) BS 18 17 17 17 17 17 NO. OF POSTS 8 17 25 11 03 03 MINIMUM QUALIFICATION B.Sc. Town Planning with 5 years experience in the relevant field. B.Sc. Town Planning. M.A/M.Sc or “B.A and LL.B” (At least 16 years of education) B.A LL.B with 2 years experience as practicing lawyer. Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from recognized university. Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from recognized university. Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from recognized university. AGE LIMIT 26 to 40 21 to 25 21 to 25 26 to 40 21 to 25 21 to 25

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INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Preference shall be given to the candidates having higher qualification and ample experience in relevant field. 2. Upper age limit up to five (5) years will be relaxed according to Government Policy for all the candidates. No further age relaxation in upper limit will be admissible. 3. 15% of vacancies are reserved for women. However they will also be considered against open merit. 4. 2% quota is reserved for disabled. Only such disabled persons will be eligible to be considered for jobs reserved for disabled, who have been declared disabled and fit for work on a particular job by the Provincial Council as defined in Section 5 of Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) Ordinance 1981. (Disability Certificate must be attached with application). 5. 5% of vacancies are reserved for minorities subject to their fulfillment of other…...

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