AP Public Health Recruitment 2015 – 318 Vacancies for GEA

  • AP Public Health Recruitment 2015appublichealth
  • Post – Graduate Engineer Apprentice Posts
  • Total no. of Vacancy – 318 Posts
  • Salary – Rs. 15,280/- Per Month
  • Eligibility – b tech
  • Last Date – 20 Apr, 2015
  • Location – All India

AP Public Health has notified vacancies for the posts of Graduate Engineer Apprentice on its official webpage appublichealth.gov.in for b tech. Candidates who want to get a job in AP Public Health can apply for this notification. If you clear the recruitment process your job location will be All India. Applications must be submitted before 20-04-2015. For more details like age limit, pay scale,eligibility criteria read below.


Post NameNo. of PostAge LimitPay ScaleEducational Criteria
Graduate Engineer Apprentice318 Postsmax 34 yearsRs. 15,280/- Per MonthB Tech or AMIE in Civil engg

Selection Method : – Mode of selection of the candidates will be Marks and Merit.

  • Mode of Application :- offline

How to Apply :-Interested candidates should completely fill out the form correctly with passport size photo and required attachments (if any), which are given in the notification and send it to the address before 20-04-2015
Important Dates:

  • Application Deadline – 20-04-2015

Important Links:-

Official Website : – www.appublichealth.gov.in

About ap public health

AP Public Health refers to the Andhra Pradesh Public Health and Municipal Engineering Department, which lies under the executive regulator of Municipal Administration and Urban Development Department at the Secretariat level. The particular department is responsible for the creation, strategies and carrying out of schemes of Water Supply and Sewerage in all the 110 Municipalities, apart from the mechanical control over all the engineering mechanisms in these localities and towns under the Municipal Corporation. Once it is completed, the schemes of Water Supply and Sewerage are then passed onto the respective Municipal Corporations and Municipalities for maneuver and conservation.

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