MHADA Recruitment 2017

Maharashtra Housing And Area Development Authority (MHADA) fromaly know as Maharashtra Housing Board, was established in year 1948 and had a jurisdiction over the entire State of Maharashtra except Vidharbha region. This body undertook construction of residential buildings under various housing schemes for different sections of the society.

The allotment and maintenance of these buildings was being looked after by it.On the re-organization of the State, the Vidharbha Housing Board was established in the year 1960 as a successor body to the erstwhile Madhya Pradesh Housing Board. Its functions were similar to those of the Maharashtra Housing Board, except that it also advanced loan to co-operative housing societies, institutions and local authorities for the construction of houses. The Bombay Buildings Repairs and Reconstruction Board was constituted in 1971. It was created to deal with the problems faced by tenants residing in dilapidated buildings in the Island City of Bombay and undertook its structural repairs and reconstruction, so as to make them structurally sound and safe for habitation.

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Maharashtra Housing And Area Development Authority (MHADA) Recruitment 2017 :

The Maharashtra Housing & Areas Development Authority invites online applications for the post of Executive Engineer, Deputy Engineer, Deputy Engineer Electrical, Accounts Officer, Class I, Assistant Accounts Officer, Administrative Officer, Assistant Engineer, Accountant , Stenographer, Assistant Junior Architectural Shastragn, Junior Engineer, Junior Engineer Electrical, Assistant, Junior Clerk,

Application Form:

In advance to apply, competitors should be satisfied that they have minimum eligibility as per MHADA norms, valid Email Id, scanned passport size photograph and signature for uploading in the system. After that, competitors can register their application profile at MHADA official link, i.e. http://mhada.maharashtra.gov.in “OR  http://mhada.org. Fill it with required personal details and submit. After successful registration, system will generate an option to download a duly completed application, take it and save for future communication.

Important dates:

Competitors can register their online application profile in between 8th Feb, 2013 to 27th Feb, 2013.
The written test will be held on 7th April, 2013.
The tentative date of online examination is 30th & 31st March, 2013.
The competitors can deposit an application fee in between 11th Feb, 2013 to 4th March, 2013.

Important Guidelines:

At the time of personal interview, competitors will be liable to produce system generated application along with original certificates for the purpose of verification.
The result of an administrative committee of MHADA will be binding on all applicants.
Canvassing in any form either indirectly “OR directly will disqualify the applicants.
Competitors can deposit application fees in any branch of Maharashtra.

About Mhada(Maharashtra Housing And Area Development Authority ) :

The Maharashtra Housing Board formerly called “Bombay Housing Board” was established in year 1948 and had a jurisdiction over the entire State of Maharashtra except Vidharbha region. This body undertook construction of residential buildings under various housing schemes for different sections of the society.
The allotment and maintenance of these buildings was
being looked after by it.On the re-organization of the State, the Vidharbha Housing Board was established in the year 1960 as a successor body to the erstwhile Madhya Pradesh Housing Board. Its functions were similar to those of the Maharashtra Housing Board, except that it also advanced loan to co-operative housing societies, institutions and local authorities for the construction of houses.
The Bombay Buildings Repairs and Reconstruction Board was constituted in 1971. It was created to deal with the problems faced by tenants residing in dilapidated buildings in the Island City of Bombay and undertook its structural repairs and reconstruction, so as to make them structurally sound and safe for habitation.
The Maharashtra Slum Improvement Board was constituted in 1974, with intention to provide basic amenities, such as water taps, drainage, pathways, latrines and streetlights etc. in slums. To begin with, its activities were confined to the Mumbai City and Mumbai Suburban Districts. These activities were later extended to the other parts of the State.