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Urban Development Housing Department Recruitment 2020

Urban Development Housing Department Recruitment

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Junior Engineer Mechanical Urban Development Housing Recruitment 2020

Bihar India

Post-Graduation Full-time INR Official Link Urban Development Housing Department 19/11/2020 07/12/2020
Junior Engineer Electrical Urban Development Housing Recruitment 2020

Bihar India

Diploma Full-time INR Official Link Urban Development Housing Department 19/11/2020 07/12/2020
Junior Engineer Civil Urban Development Housing Recruitment 2020

Bihar India

Diploma Full-time INR Official Link Urban Development Housing Department 19/11/2020 07/12/2020

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https://state.bihar.gov.in/urban/CitizenHome.html


About Urban Development Housing Department

The Urban Development & Housing Department is the nodal Department for ensuring appropriate and planned growth of cities and towns with adequate infrastructure, amenities and services provided to the citizens of Bihar through the Urban Local Bodies and parastatal agencies. The Department has been instrumental in carrying out various concrete measures for efficient management & delivery of civic services like provision of affordable housing, safe drinking water, sanitation including solid waste management, storm water drainage, sewerage, roads, public transport; and creation of livelihood opportunities by accelerating economic growth of cities/towns and building capacity of the urban poor. The Housing and Urban Development Department is headed by the Minister, The Principal Secretary, UDHD is the administrative head of the Department.

Urbanization is a concomitant of a combination of factors such as broad-based industrialization, growing real per capita income, division of labour, specialization, economies of scale, technological advancement, up gradation of skills, well-knit market network, emerging service sector, etc. Thus, urbanization is the outcome of ‘economic’ and ‘demographic’ growth process. An increasing urban population along with migration for want of employment opportunities from rural to urban areas exerts tremendous pressure on various basic amenities. Consequently, drinking water, sewage, sanitation, housing and urban transport prove to be woefully inadequate to meet the growing requirements of the inhabitants. The worst affected ones are the poor in urban areas. As more urban conglomerations grow without adequate infrastructure, the problems would be further aggravated. Therefore, the challenge before the Department is to guide the process of urbanization and to ensure that services viz., sanitation, water supply and basic housing are provided to urban residents along with transportation and other infrastructural facilities.