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PEDA appoints seven professionals on different posts

Chandigarh, January 7, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Under the dynamic leadership of New and Renewable Minister Punjab Dr. Raj Kumar Verka, a recruitment drive was made at Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA).

According to the spokesperson of PEDA, Mr. Navjot Pal Singh Randhawa, Chief Executive Officer, PEDA handed over the appointment letters to seven selected candidates for different posts in agency. On this occasion Mr. H.S.Hanspal, Chairman PEDA and Sh. R.K. Gupta, Jt. Director, PEDA were present.

According the spokesperson, these selected candidates are highly qualified and will contribute towards the better management of PEDA. Mr. H.S. Hanspal, Chairman PEDA congratulated the selected candidates and wished them good luck. The selection was done by Punjab Engineering College (PEC) through a competitive exam which was no less than GATE. The criteria for selection was purely on the basis of a written exam.

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