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With aim to take up community managed reform process in drinking water sector, Water and Sanitation Management Organization (WASMO) was established by Government of Gujarat as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) in the year 2002 to facilitate the community in development of water supply facilities in rural areas of Gujarat. You can grab all the details relating to WASMO Recruitment only on Yuvajobs.
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Accountant / Various Post
Post Name Assistant Manager Deputy Manager No. of Vacancy 45 Posts Pay Scale Negotiable Post Name Accountant No. of Vacancy 04 Posts Pay Scale Negotiable Educational Qualification For Assistant Manager Deputy Manager BE Civil M.SC Chemistry Microbiology from recognized university minimum first class with relevant working experience in water Sector of minimum 3 years or ME Civil in Water Resource Management from recognized university with one year experience. For Accountant M.com from recognized university minimum first class with relevant working experience of minimum 2 years having knowledge of Tally software. Age Limit Maximum age limit is 35 years for Assistant Manager Deputy Manager Accountant as on 30.04.2017 Job Location Gandhinagar Gujarat Selection Process Selection will be through......
Government Job Content Developer
Post Name Content Developer No. of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale As per Rules Post Name Legal Consultant No. of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale As per Rules Post Name Project Director No. of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale As per Rules Educational Qualification For Content Developer Master degree from recognized University with English as main subject OR BA degree with English as main subject and Master degree in Mass Communication . For Legal Consultant LLB or LLM from recognized University with 55 or above. For Project Director Post Graduate in any discipline from recognized University with 55 or above. Age Limit For Content Developer 35 Year For Legal Consultant 40 Year For Project Director 50 Year How to Apply Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with relevant documents send to Manager......
WASMO is a facilitating organisation working towards drinking water security and habitat improvement by empowering communities to manage their local water sources and village drinking water supply system and services.
Pursuant to the 73rd amendment to the Constitution In the year 1993, roles of Government had a paradigm shift in the drinking water sector from service provider to facilitator, thereby enabling the community to act as planner and implementer of village water supply schemes. There was also a shift from the supply-driven government-owned systems to decentralised demand-driven, community-owned water supply systems with emphasis on empowerment and capacity building of the local communities. The Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) were given a constitutional status and had greater power in managing local resources and community affairs.
At the level of Government of Gujarat, it was decided to create a Special Purpose Vehicle for meeting the specific institutional needs for facilitation of community and empowering the user communities in the villages. Royal Netherlands Embassy (RNE) supported Ghogha Regional Rural Water Supply Project for 82 villages in Bhavnagar district that was designed as a community-managed project and project’s objectives were not achieved. With an aim to find out facts and circumstances that led to non-attainment of objectives, the RNE noted in its report that the existing institutional set-up had only a lukewarm appreciation and reception for software part of the project.
The mission members reminded the Government that priority was to be accorded to community-managed systems and follow a paradigm shift from role of provider to that of facilitator. The report recommended a government supported institution that would promote, support and monitor the community participation and community based management in water and sanitation projects in an equitable, sustainable and transparent manner. The objectives and approach of the sector reforms encompassed a whole spectrum of activities, needing diverse skills, expertise and infrastructure.