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What is the future in Border Roads Organisation (GREF). Is this organisation is function under ARMY of Civil department. Please tell me any body.

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Asked by Sanjeev Kumar, 07 Jun '10 05:24 pm
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This is basically not at all a department. It is just a good maintained ZOO in which weak animals from other ZOO also will be given chance to have grass of this ZOO (GREF) for some specific time only. Some animals will be more chance to have grass till end of its service(as too weak). Mostly animals of other department are treated as guests and these guest animals try to feed from small animals of this ZOO (GREF). Future of this ZOO(GREF) is merely depends on the behavior of guest animals and its time of stay.
Answered by vasant, 19 Jun '11 09:39 pm

 
  
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The Border Roads Organisation, or more famously The BRO, is a combination of Border Roads Engineering Service (BRES) officers from General Reserve Engineer Force (GREF) and officers from the Corps of Engineers of the Indian Army to maintain roads that serve the borders areas of India. The organisation works for the development and maintenance of arterial roads which have strategic importance for the Indian Army.
Engineer-in-Chief who belong to the corps of Engineers of the Indian Army also holds the post of Director General of BRO.

GREF comprises engineers from civil engineering, electrical & mechanical engineering disciplines. They are selected from reputed engineering colleges across India through the annual Engineering Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

The organisation has operations spread across India, Bhutan, Myanmar, Tajikistan and Afghanistan. Future is good but family life will be disturbed a lot due to the nature of the job. ...more
Answered by MajorVLoganathan, 07 Jun '10 05:39 pm

 
  
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