December 5, 2022

Golden opportunity to work in the agricultural sector; Salary up to Rs. 177500



Job offer for Subject Matter Specialist (SMS) at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Ahmednagar (KVK Ahmednagar). Eligible candidates can apply directly before June 28, 2022.








Job Opportunity for Subject Matter Specialist (SMS) at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Ahmednagar (KVK Ahmednagar)





Krishi Vigyan Kendra or KVK invites applications for the recruitment of a specialist in the field. This is a wonderful job opportunity for those who wish to work in the agricultural sector. Interested candidates can apply for this position until June 28, 2022.












Candidates must hold a Master’s degree in order to be considered for this recruitment. Candidates will be paid in the range of Rs. 15600-39100.

The details of this position, such as age, eligibility, selection process, salary, and application method, are listed below:

Summary of work

  • Job role: subject matter expert

  • Degree: Masters

  • Place of work: Taluka-Newasa, Ahmednagar, 414605 Maharashtra

  • Last date: June 28, 2022

Education required

Subject matter specialist (horticulture): Master’s degree in animal production/veterinary science or equivalent qualification from a recognized university/institution.

Age Limit Details

The maximum age limit for this position is 35 years old.

Vacancy details

Subject matter specialist: 01 post












Salary of a subject matter expert

EI -PB3- Rs.15600-39100 – Guard pays Rs.5400 – Level -10 – Salary up to Rs. 56100- Rs. 177500

Selection process

The selection process is based on a written test/interview.

KVK recruitment 2022: how to apply

Applications should be sent to the office of Krishi Vigyan Kendra Ahmednagar (KVK Ahmednagar).

Send your completed applications to Shri Marutrao Ghule Patil Shikshan Sanstha, Dnyaneshwar Nagar, Bhende Taluka-Newasa, Distt. -Ahmednagar, MS 414605.

About Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK)

Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) is an agricultural extension center in India. All KVKs are governed by one of India’s 11 Agricultural Technology Application Research Institutes (ATARI). In India, there were about 721 KVK in January 2020.












A key strategy for solving these problems, in addition to political support and a functioning market, is to use technology to better understand and adapt to complex challenges. Universities, on the other hand, conduct high-level research on modern agricultural trends such as climate change and GMOs.

Candidates interested in this position are invited to go to the official notification to obtain the detailed information concerning this position.











First published: May 30, 2022, 01:00 IST