The district lies in between two main cities, in North is the Gujrat and in South there are Sheikhupura and Lahore. The Chenab River forms the Northern boundary of the district. Beyond the river and it is bounded Gujrat and Mandi Bahauddin districts, on the East Sialkot district, on the South , Sheikhupura district and on the West by Hafizabad district.
Gujranwala district spreads over an area of 3,622 square kilometers comprising of following seven Towns:
- Nowshera Virkan
- Aroop Town
- Qila Daidar Singh Town
- Khiali Shah Pur Town
- Nandi Pur Town
The majority of the population lives in the rural areas and mainly earns their livelihood through agriculture and other allied disciplines. It has 9 Markaz, 97 Union Councils, 800 Villages with the total area of 892067 acres, out of which 783339 acres are cultivated.
Climate and Soil Conditions
The climate of the district is hot and dry during summer and moderately cold in winter. The summer season starts in April and continues till September. June is the hottest month with maximum and minimum temperatures of 40C and 27C respectively. Relief is only provided occasional dust storms. The winter season begins in November and lasts till March. January is the coldest month.
The maximum and minimum temperatures during this month are 19C and 5C respectively.
The monsoons set in July and continue till September. The eastern part of the district receives more rain.but The average annual rainfall in the district is 888 millimeters. The soil is alluvial and fertile. It is a flat strip of land running roughly from East to West.
Rice, Wheat and Sugarcane are the main crops grown in the district. The source of irrigation is perennial and non perennial canals supplemented with tub wells. Rice and Wheat are major food crops while Rice dominates with earnings of about Rs.15 millions foreign exchange. Besides, Jawar, Bajra, Mash, Moong, Masoor, Gram, Maize, Tobacco, Oil Seed such as Rape/Mustard and sunflower are also grown in minor quantities in the district.
Guavas and Citrus are main fruits grown in the district. Besides, Peaches, Jaman and Banana are also grown in minor quantities in the district. The major vegetables grown in the district are Potatoes, Cauliflower, Turnip, Onion, Peas, Carrot, Tomato, Ladyfinger and Garlic. Besides, Biter Gourd and Chilies are also grown in the district in minor quantities.
Jobs in Pakistan Gujranwala Irrigation Department 2019
|No. of Vacancies||as per Need|
|Qualification||Primary, Middle, Matric, F.A|
|Job Type||Full Time|
|Location||Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Date of Post||20 July 2019|
|Last Date of Apply||29 July, 2019|
Name of Posts :
- Night/day Chowkidar
- Super wiser
- Computer Operater
- Canal Gaurd
See Jobs in : Government Jobs in Gujranwala
Instruction and General Conditions :
- All Applications send to the Gujranwala UCC Office Gujranwala before last date 29-07-2019.
- Interview will be Held at 30-07-2019 .
- All Post are not transferable and temporary
- The Applications should accompany the attested photocopies of qualification,Matric certificate,Domicile certificate / PRC and CNIC and other required qualifications.
- No TA/DA will be given to candidates.
- Government Servants can apply through proper channel.
- The No. of Posts can be Decrease or Increase.
- Incomplete Applications can not be entertained.
- After due date the applications can not be entertained.
- Candidates applying for more than one position need to apply separately for each position.
How to apply :
All Applications send to the Gujranwala UCC Office Gujranwala before last date 29-07-2019
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