Sub Engineer (1930-180548)

Details of the internship

Sub Engineer (1930-180548)

Development/Conservation of Key Archaeological Sites/Museums of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. (Directorate of Archaeology and Museums Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)
  • Following Domiciles Candidates Can Apply:
    Peshawar, Mardan, Charsadda, Bannu, Dera Ismail Khan, Dir Upper, Dir Lower, Abbottabad, Battagram, Buner, Chitral Lower, Hangu, Haripur, Karak, Kohat, Kohistan Upper, Lakki Marwat, Malakand, Mansehra, Nowshera, Shangla, Swabi, Swat, Tank, Tor Ghar, Kohistan Lower, Bajaur, Khar, Khyber, Kurram, Mohmand, North Waziristan, Orakzai, South Waziristan, FR Bannu, FR Dera Ismail Khan, FR Kohat, FR Lakki Marwat, FR Peshawar, FR Tank, Kolai Pallas, Chitral Upper
  • Post Date: Oct 27, 2021
  • Apply Before: Nov 10, 2021
  • Applications 141
  • Archived
Project PC-1

Internship Detail

  • Offered Salary PKR 25,000
  • Slots 2
  • Experience Fresh

Contact Details


Required Qualification

  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Civil Engineering
  • Diploma of Associate Engineering (DAE 3 Years) in Civil Engineering


For assistance of the Archaeological Engineer, the Assistant Archaeological Engineers and the Archaeological Conservators in the actual conservation and field works including on the spot supervision of conservation works to be running at various spots simultaneously, there will be a dire need of at least 16 Conservation Assistants. Presently, there is no such staff and resultantly, the conservation work is going on at a very slow pace, costing much to the government in term of cost and time, apart from comprise on professionalism.

Project Details

The sites included in the scheme are highly important, globally known, belong to Buddhist religion, two of them are already enlisted on prestigious World Heritage List of UNESCO, while efforts are also under way to get enlist more three sites on prestigious World Heritage List. The Peshawar Museum is also globally known and rich in Gandhara Collection. Being signatory to UNESCO, it is obligatory to preserve, develop and promote these relics. The Government intends to preserve, develop and promote these sites not only to fulfil internal obligation but also to bring them at par with international sites, make hub for domestic and foreigner tourists and also to attract religious tourism from the Buddhist countries. A number of existing facilities and services will be upgraded as well as additional ones will also be provided in order to facilitate the tourists, make sites more tourists friendly and income generated. Socio economy of the region will considerable improved due to availability of employment opportunities and boost in tourism trade related activities. Necessary provisions for the purpose have been made as per details given in the Abstract of cost. Following additional benefits are also expected. • Understanding amongst different cultures of various countries, and bringing together all countries like a global village and developing commerce & trade in different fields. • Socio-economic condition of the region will be improved and employment opportunity both in private and public sector will become available • Production of on-job- training opportunities to the professionals of the Department as well as other sister's organizations. • Skilled and unskilled manpower in the field of conservation of historical building will be trained and ancient building techniques revived and improved through use of advanced technology and materials.