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The mission of Tea Board of India is to develop effective management strategies to facilitate: Competence and innovation in tea plantations, Innovative processing technology for producing good quality teas, Augmentation of high value tea exports, Capacity Building for human resources at all levels in tea Industry, Strengthening of R & D efforts on all aspects of tea husbandry and technology. Find out all the details about Tea Board of India recruitment here.

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  • Accountant Vacancy
    Post Name Scientist Microbiologist No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 40000 - Per Month Post Name Field Expert No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 40000 - Per Month Post Name Project Scientist Microbiology No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 21000 - Per Month Post Name Accountant No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 20000 - Per Month Educational Qualification For Scientist Ph.D. Microbiology Food Technology Life Science Agriculture or M.Sc 1st class in Microbiology Food technology Life Science For Field Expert MSc. PhD in Agriculture with thorough knowledge of field activities including Organic Farming. For Project Scientist M.Sc. in Agriculture Life Sciences with specialization in microbiology. For Accountant Bachelors degree in Commerce with adequate skill in operation of Tally trained .......
  • Junior Analyst / Chemist Vacancy
    Post Name Junior Analyst No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 20000 - Per Month Post Name Junior Chemist No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 20000 - Per Month Educational Qualification For Junior Analyst B Sc. M.Sc. in Chemistry with knowledge in mass spectroscopy with experience. For Junior Chemist B Sc. M.Sc. in Chemistry with experience. Age Limit Maximum age limit is 35 years As on 01.01.2017 Job Location Siliguri West Bengal Selection Process Selection will be through Interview. Application Fee There is no application fee. How to Apply Interested Candidates may appear for walk in interview along with application, bio-data, attested copies of certificates, mark sheets and testimonials at the time of interview. Venue of Interview Quality Control Laboratory, Tea Board , Tea Park back side......
  • Walkin For Project Scientist
    Post Name Project Assistant No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 15000 - Per Month Post Name Project Scientist No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 21000 - Per Month Educational Qualification For Project Assistant Graduate in Biology or Agriculture. For Project Scientist M.Sc. M.Sc. Ag. in Botany Plant Biotechnology Plant Breeding Genetics. Nationality Indian Age Limit As on 30.09.2016 For Project Assistant 30 years For Project Scientist 35 years Job Location Siliguri West Bengal How to Apply Tea Board Vacancy Interested Candidates may appear for walk in interview with application, bio-data, attested copies of certificates, mark sheets and testimonials. The candidates are also requested to bring all the original testimonials for verification....
  • Walkin For Project Assistant
    Post Name Project Assistant No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 20000 - Per Month Educational Qualification M.Sc. in Chemistry Entomology Biotechnology. Nationality Indian Age Limit 32 years as on 01.01.2016 Job Location Siliguri West Bengal How to Apply Interested Candidates may appear for walk in interview with application, bio-data, attested copies of certificates, mark sheets and testimonials. The candidates are also requested to bring all the original testimonials for verification. Venue of Interview Quality Control Laboratory, Tea Board of India, Tea Park, Bhola More Behind NJP Rly. Stn. , P.O. Sahudangi hat, Siliguri- 735135...
  • Gov Job For Quality Control Manager
    Quality Control Manager 1 post Qualifications Ph.D in Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Microbiology or Food Technology with good academic record. Must have a valid training certificate on ISO IEC 17025 2005. Desirable qualifications Five years experience in Food Sector and working experience in Analytical Laboratory. Well conversant with requirements of national and international regulatory bodies. Well conversant in handling hi-tech machines like LC MS, ICPMS, GC MS etc. Pay Scale Rs. 4500 Age Not more than 45 years as on 01.01.2015. Farm Supervisor 1 post Essential Qualifications Bachelors degree in science with adequate skill in computers. Desirable qualifications MBA with specialization in HRM, Knowledge of the tea plantation, ability to communicate with Plantation workers, sound leadership......

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Tea Board Of India Jobs

The Tea Board of India is an state agency of the Government of India established to promote the cultivation, processing, and domestic trade as well as export of tea from India. The genesis of the Tea Board India dates back to 1903 when the Indian Tea Cess Bill was passed. The Bill provided for levying a cess on tea exports - the proceeds of which were to be used for the promotion of Indian tea both within and outside India. The present Tea Board set up under section 4 of the Tea Act 1953 was constituted on 1st April 1954. It has succeeded the Central Tea Board and the Indian Tea Licencing Committee which functioned respectively under the Central Tea Board Act, 1949 and the Indian Tea Control Act, 1938 which were repealed. The activities of the two previous bodies had been confined largely to regulation of tea cultivation and export of tea as required by the International Tea Agreement then in force, and promotion of tea Consumption.

The Plan funds are being used exclusively for the activities mentioned at (a) above. Funds for all other activities mentioned above (F and g) are met from Non-Plan Budget allocation for which cess levied on tea is the major source. Tea Cess is levied on all teas produced in India under Section 25(1) of the Tea Act, 1953. The said Act provides for levying cess upto 50 paise per kilogram of tea produced in India. Currently, however, the cess is collected at the rate of 30 paise per kg. excepting Darjeeling teas for which only 12 paise is levied. The Cess at present is collected by the Central Excise Department and credited to the Consolidated Fund of India after deducting the expenses of collection. Funds are released by the Central Government in favour of Tea Board from time to time on the basis of the sanctioned budget after due appropriation by the Parliament. Such funds received by the Board are being utilised for meeting the non-plan expenditure.

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