Purba Medinipur Recruitment 2016 for 83 Gram Panchayat

December 21, 2016

Purba Medinipur Recruitment 2016 for 83 Gram Panchayat

DLSC, Purba Medinipur Recruitment 2016 for 83 Gram Panchayat Sec. & Other Posts

 

Job Details:

District Level Selection Committee (DLSC), Purba Medinipur invited application for the recruitment to the post of Nirman Sahayak and Gram Panchayat Secretary. The candidates eligible for the post can send their applications on or before 23 December 2016.

 

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Job Title Nirman Sahayak & Other
Number of Positions 83
Company DLSC
Age Limit Maximum 40 years
Last Date of Application 23 December 2016

 

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Vecancy Details :

  • Nirman Sahayak: 07 Posts
  • Gram Panchayat Secretary: 76 Posts

 

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Nirman Sahayak: Candidate should possess Diploma in Civil Engineering from any Institute recognized by the State Government or the Central Government.
  • Gram Panchayat Secretary:Must have passed Madhyamik Examination from WBBSE or its equivalent examination from any recognized board or council or recognized university.

 

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Pay Scale:

Nirman Sahayak : Rs 9000-40500/- + GP Rs 4400/-

Gram Panchayat Secretary : Rs 5400-25200/- + GP Rs 2600/-

 

How to Apply:

Candidates eligible for the post can apply online through the website www.purbamedinipur.gov.in on or before 23 December 2016.

 

Selection Process:-

Written exam and viva voice test.

 

Application Fee :-

Not mentioned

 

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Important Dates:

 

Starting Date Not mentioned
Last Date 23 December 2016

 

About Company:

According to local folklore the name Tamralipta came from the King Tamradhwaja (which means The King with Copper Flag/symbol) of the Mayura-Dhwaja (Peacock) dynasty. Probably this ancient king had a huge base of copper, and the metal brought prosperity to the region at his time. Thus both of the names — Tamralipta and Raja Tamradhawja — might have been originated from it.Some early Vaisnav religious texts tell a fascinating story about the origin of the name of Tamralipta. Once, when Lord Krishna was playing Maharaas in Vraj at Vrindavan Surya (Sun God) Dev rose from the east and accidentally saw Lord Krishna in intimate situation with his Gopis and Sri Radhika. Immediately Surya Dev had felt ashamed, became embarrassed and blushed a reddish copper colour like Tamra.