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NIH Recruitment Recruitment 2022: Advertisement for the selection of Resource Person (Junior) through Walk-in-Interview for the following Internal Study titled “Drought characterization and vulnerability assessment in Assam

  • Interview date: 12.09.2022
  • Total Post: 01

NIH Recruitment Recruitment 2022

Post NameQualification
Resource PersonM.E./M.Tech. in Civil Engg./Water Resources/Hydrology/Agril. Engg. /Soil and water
Conservation Engg./Irrigation Engg./Remote sensing and GIS/Environmental sciences.

Preference will be given to candidates having experience in programming language and well versed in remote sensing and GIS software such as Arc GIS, QGIS, ERDAS
SalaryRs.20,000/- to 40,000/-p.m. Rs. 1,500/- p.m. as local
Date, time &
place of interview
Dated 12.09.2022 10.30 AM at NERC, NIH, Guwahati

General conditions

  1. Professionals with requisite qualifications and experience as prescribed would be eligible for the appointment of above post.
  2. Selected candidates would be engaged for a fixed period for providing high quality services to the Institute for attending to specific and time-bound jobs.
  3. The appointment would be on Full-time basis and they would not be permitted to take up any other assignment during the period of Consultancy with the NIH.
  4. The appointment is purely temporary on co-terminus basis and do not entitle the appointee to any claim implicit or explicit or any NIH post. The appointment can be cancelled at any time by the Institute without assigning any reason.
  5. The initial term of appointment and subsequent extension (s) if any, shall be decided on case to case basis depending upon the specific job and the time frame for its completion.
  6. The selected candidates shall not be entitled to any allowance such as Dearness Allowance, Residential Telephone, Transport facility, Personal Staff etc.
  7. The selection of candidates will be made through Walk-in-Interview. No TA/DA will be paid to the candidate for attending the interview. No TA/DA shall be admissible for joining the appointment on contractual basis. The selected candidate shall be allowed TA/DA for their travel inside the country in connection with the official work.
  8. Candidates can directly attend the walk-in-interview on the prescribed date, time at NERC, NIH, Guwahati along with complete bio-data, passport size photograph and original proof of qualification and experience. They must also bring with them self-attested copies of their certificates. Candidate may report in NIH in one hour before Interview time. After starting of Interview, admission in the same will not be allowed.
  9. Bio-data Format for the posts: Advt. No., Post applied for, Sub-project/Sub-projects in which the candidate intends to work in the order of preference of Sub-project title, Name of candidate, Father’s name, Date of birth, Age, Nationality, Marital status, Category (SC/ST/OBC/PH/Gen), Address for communication, Telephone No., Details of qualifications (High School onwards giving exam passed, year of passing, Name of Board/ University, Subjects, division with percentage of marks, Working experience {Mentioning S. No., Organisation/Institute, Period (from . . . to), Nature of work and remarks}…., Research Paper published if any, Knowledge of software, any other additional information, List of enclosures and Signature of Candidate with date.
  10. No. of posts may increase or decrease depending on the projects.
  11. Candidates before appearing for the Walk-in-Interview shall ensure that they are eligible for the post they are applying. Canvassing in any form and/or bringing in any influence will be treated as disqualification

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  • Q.NIH Full Form?

    Ans: National Institute of Hydrology

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     Ans: Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, Uttarakhand 247667

  • Q.NIH Contact Number?

    Ans: 01332 272 108

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History & Milestone of National Institute of Hydrology

National Institute of Hydrology (NIH) is a premier Research and Development organization under the Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Government of India. It was established as an autonomous society in 1978 with its headquarters at Roorkee. The main objectives of NIH are to undertake, aid, promote and coordinate systematic and scientific work in all aspects of hydrology. The Institute was declared as an S&T organization in 1987.

  • Our research findings are published in the form of reports and research papers in reputed international and national journals, international and national seminars and conferences.
  • Publications brought out by the Institute in the form of technical reports, brochures, leaflets, state-of-art reports etc. are widely circulated to various user agencies in India as well as abroad, enriching hydrologic literature and knowledge.
  • The Institute has completed a number of consultancy and sponsored research projects to solve real-life problems.
  • The Institute has developed software for hydrological analysis and design which are being used to solve various practical problems.
  • NIH has established Water Quality, Remote Sensing & GIS, Nuclear Hydrology, and Soil & Water Laboratories with state-of-art equipment and software.
  • Under technology transfer programme, the Institute has organized a large number of short-duration training courses all over the country on different topics in the domain of hydrology and water resources. The participants to these course come from Central and State government organization, academic and R&D institutes, private sector, and NGOs.
  • NIH has also organized number of International and National seminars and conferences.
  • A number of the scientists of the Institute have received awards for publishing their research works in the reputed journals and for their significant contributions in different areas of hydrology and water resources.
  • Under the mass awareness programme, the Institute has organized a number of activities for women and students. Campaigns for water conservation and management have been launched through electronic and print media.
  • The Institute has completed a number of international collaborative projects with funding from international organizations. These include: two UNDP funded projects, WAMTARA, European Community funded SHE Model project, USAID funded Paleoflood studies, World Bank Aided Hydrology Project-I and II, etc. NIH has closely worked with Unesco, IAEA Vienna, Center for Ecology and Hydrology, UK, etc.
  • Under the currently on-going National Hydrology Project, NIH is the lead agency for Training and Capacity building, Purpose Driven Studies (PDSs) for R&D and is setting up a Center for Excellence in Hydrologic Modeling.
  • The Institute is providing secretariat to the Indian National Committee on Climate Change (INCCC), an R&D program of MoWR.
  • NIH scientists have many contributions to the works of the Bureau of Indian Standards.
  • The Institute is providing Secretariat to the Indian Association of Hydrologists.

Aim & Mission

To provide leadership in hydrology research through effective scientific solutions for achieving sustainable development and self-reliance of the water sector in India.

  • Develop new techniques, procedures, software packages, field instrumentation, etc. for hydrological studies.
  • Study scenarios of water resource availability under varying Hydrological, climatic, sociocultural conditions through modelling techniques.
  • Assess impact of climate change on water resources and suggest measures for mitigation, adaptation and resilience.
  • Propagate applications of emerging techniques for water resources development and management.
  • Provide cost-effective R&D solutions to need-based water related problems.
  • Provide scientific advice to the various stakeholders on water related issues.
  • Empower community through capacity building and awareness on water resources development and conservation.


  • To undertake, aid, promote and coordinate systematic and scientific work on all aspects of hydrology
  • To cooperate and collaborate with other national, foreign and international organizations in the field of hydrology
  • To establish and maintain a research and reference library in pursuance of the objectives of the Society and equip the same with books, reviews, magazines and other relevant publications; and•
  • To do all other such things as the Society may consider necessary, incidental or conducive for the attainment of the objectives for which the Institute has been established

Social Impact

  • Conducting user defined demand-driven research through collaboration with national and international organizations to provide solution to the field problems relevant to the society.
  • Transfer of technology/ knowledge dissemination by organizing training courses, workshops, seminars, symposium, conferences, researchers and students in the area of hydrology and water resources.
  • Water conservation awareness, adoption of appropriate technology, revival of traditional systems, conjunctive use of surface and groundwater, rain water harvesting, recharging of drinking water sources etc.
  • Developing expert trainers for dissemination of advanced knowledge for benefit of the society.
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