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The Coffee Board regularly participates in the major coffee trade shows/ exhibitions held in major consuming countries to promote awareness about quality of Indian coffee to the overseas roasters, traders and consumers. The Board also conducts Flavour of India- The Fine Cup competitions to select fine coffees and expose them to export market. You can find out all the details about Coffee Board recruitment on this page.

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  • Opening For Junior Technical Assistant
    Post Name Junior Technical Assistant No. of Vacancy 15 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 12000 - Per Month Educational Qualification B.Sc. in Agriculture or Horticulture or Biological Sciences with working knowledge of computer application. Nationality Indian Age Limit 30 years as on 01.02.2016 Job Location Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh How to Apply India Coffee Board Vacancy Interested Candidate may apply in prescribed application form along with attested copies of relevant documents Send to Joint Director Extention , Coffee Board, D. No. 4-54-5, Lawson s Bay Colony, Visakhapatnam 530017 on or before 18.03.2016....
  • Opening For Project Scientist
    Post Name Project Scientist Geospatial Analyst No. of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 25000 - Per month Post Name Project Scientist Software Programmer No. of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 25000 - Per month Educational Qualification For Project Scientist Geospatial Analyst M.Sc. Agri. in Horticulture with specialization in Plantations crops Agronomy Crop Physiology Agriculture Statistics Forestry M.Sc., Environmental Science from recognized Agricultural Universities or M.Tech or equivalent qualification in Geo-informatics Remote Sensing or M.Sc. or Equivalent qualification in Remote Sensing Physics Geography. Knowledge in remote sensing GIS and Image processing GIS packages like ERDAS, ARCGIS etc. For Project Scientist Software Programmer B.E in Computer Science or equivalent M.Sc. in Computer......
  • Recruitment For Extension Inspector
    Post Name Junior Liaison Officer No. of Vacancy 20 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 6500-10500 - Post Name Extension Inspector No. of Vacancy 42 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs. 2800 - Educational Qualification For Junior Liaison Officer First Class Graduate in Agriculture or Horticulture. M.Sc. Ag Agricultural Extension. For Extension Inspector Graduation in Agricultural or Horticultural Sciences or Graduation in Science with Botany or Zoology. Nationality Indian Age Limit as on 21.11.2015 For Junior Liaison Officer 30 Years For Extension Inspector 18 to 27 Years Selection Process Selection will be made on The Interview. Application Fee Candidates belonging to General OBC have to pay Rs. 525 - through Postal Challan. Candidates belonging to SC ST PWD Women are exempted from the payment of......
  • Opening For Extension Inspector
    Post Name Junior Liaison Officer No. of Vacancy 20 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 6500-10500 - Post Name Extension Inspector No. of Vacancy 42 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs. 2800 - Educational Qualification For Junior Liaison Officer First Class Graduate in Agriculture or Horticulture. M.Sc. Ag Agricultural Extension. For Extension Inspector Graduation in Agricultural or Horticultural Sciences or Graduation in Science with Botany or Zoology. Nationality Indian Age Limit as on 21.11.2015 For Junior Liaison Officer 30 Years For Extension Inspector 18 to 27 Years Selection Process Selection will be made on The Interview. Application Fee Candidates belonging to General OBC have to pay Rs. 525 - through Postal Challan. Candidates belonging to SC ST PWD Women are exempted from the payment of......
  • Opening For Research Fellow
    Post Name Junior Research Fellow No. of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs.12000 - Educational Qualification M.Sc in Agriculture Economics Agri. Marketing Cooperation or MBA in Agri management. Nationality Indian Age Limit 30 years As on 13.11.2015 How to Apply Interested Candidate may apply in prescribed application form along with requisite documents send to the the Deputy Director MR , Coffee Board, No.1, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Veedhi, Bengaluru 560 001 on or before 13.11.2015....
  • Recruitment For Research Fellow
    Post Name Junior Research Fellow No. of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs.12000 - Educational Qualification M.Sc in Agriculture Economics Agri. Marketing Cooperation or MBA in Agri management. Nationality Indian Age Limit 30 years As on 13.11.2015 How to Apply Interested Candidate may apply in prescribed application form along with requisite documents send to the the Deputy Director MR , Coffee Board, No.1, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Veedhi, Bengaluru 560 001 on or before 13.11.2015....
  • Opening For Junior Assistant
    Post Name Junior Assistant No. of Vacancy 06 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs.1900 - Educational Qualification 12th Class or equivalent qualification from a recognized Board or University. Nationality Indian Age Limit 18 to 27 years How to Apply Interested Candidate may apply in prescribed application form along with requisite documents send to the the Deputy Secretary Administration , Coffee Board, No.1, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Veedhi, Bengaluru 560 001 on or before 15.11.2015....
  • Recruitment For Junior Technical Assistant
    Job Details Post Name Junior Technical Assistant No. of Vacancy 10 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 12000 - Post Name Village Level Worker No. of Vacancy 25 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 6000 - Educational Qualification For Junior Technical Assistant Candidates with qualification of B. Sc. Agriculture B. Sc. Horticultue B.Sc Biological Sciences with working knowledge of computer operation. For Village Level Worker SSLC Xth Std. Nationality Indian Age Limit 30 years As on 01.07.2015 ...

About Coffee Board

Coffee Board Jobs

The Coffee Board of India is an organisation managed by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the government of India to promote coffee production in India.

The saga of Indian coffee began on a humble note, with planting of ‘Seven seeds’ of ‘Mocha’ during 1600 AD by the legendary holy saint Baba Budan, in the courtyard of his hermitage on ‘Baba Budan Giris’ in Karnataka. For quite a considerable period, the plants remained as a garden curiosity and spread slowly as back yard plantings. It was during 18th century that the commercial plantations of coffee were started, thanks to the success of British entrepreneurs in conquering the hostile forest terrain in south India. Since then, Indian coffee industry has made rapid strides and earned a distinct identity in the coffee map of the world. century that the commercial plantations of coffee were started, thanks to the success of British entrepreneurs in conquering the hostile forest terrain in south India.Since then, Indian coffee industry has made rapid strides and earned a distinct identity in the coffee map of the world.

During 1940’s, the coffee industry in India was in a desperate state due to the II World war resulting in very low prices and ravages of pests and diseases. At this time, the Government of India established the ‘Coffee Board’ through a constitutional act “Coffee Act VII of 1942” under the administrative control of Ministry of Commerce and Industry. The Board comprises 33 members including the Chairman, who is the Chief Executive and appointed by the Government of India. The remaining 32 members represent the various interests such as coffee growing industry, coffee trade interests, curing establishments, interests of labour and consumers, representatives of governments of the principal coffee growing states, and Members of Parliament.
After pooling was discontinued in 1996, Coffee Board serves as the friend, philosopher and guide to the Coffee sector covering the entire value chain. The core activities are primarily directed towards research & development, transfer of technology, quality improvement, extending development support to growing sector, promotion of coffee in export and domestic markets. The activities of the Board are broadly aimed at (i) enhancement of production, productivity & quality; (ii) export promotion for achieving higher value returns for Indian Coffee and (iii) supporting development of Domestic market.

The Board has a Market Intelligence Unit functioning from its head office at Bangalore. The unit undertakes various activities related to market information & intelligence, market research studies, crop forecasting and coffee economics aspects. The unit also undertakes studies on research related to the coffee trade including WTO issues. Notable publications include the daily market intelligence report and a comprehensive database on coffee (Quarterly). The periodical reports that are already completed include Coffee Consumption in India 2001, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009 and Attitude towards coffee drinking 2007. The unit coordinated studies on (i) logistics and competitiveness of coffee producing countries (India, Vietnam & Brazil) (ii) MAI Scheme on promotion of Indian coffee exports to Russia and CIS countries (iii) Transaction Costs of Indian Coffee Exports and a manual on coffee retailing. The unit also coordinates the implementation of Price Stabilization Fund Scheme of Govt. of India and Rainfall Insurance Scheme for Coffee growers. The Unit maintains the Board’s official website.

After liberalization in 1996, the marketing functions were deregulated. The exports are carried out by the Exporters. Hence the Coffee Board plays the role of facilitator and promoter of Indian coffee exports. However, registration of exporters is the responsibility of the Coffee Board. The total number of registered coffee exporters are about 395. Further, the Board issues, under the Section 20 of the Coffee Act, 1942, Permits for Export of Indian Coffee. Additionally, the Certificates of Origin are also issued as per the provisions of the International Coffee Agreement.

Under Export Promotion scheme, exports of Value added coffees in retail packs and export of coffee to high value far-off destinations are incentivized to offset the transaction costs to some extent and enable the Indian exporters to be competitive in the export market. These incentives provide opportunities to expand the footprint of Indian Coffee in higher value destinations like USA, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand etc on one hand and reinforcing presence in our traditional markets i.e., European Union/ Russia and CIS etc.

 

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