Executive Asst./Nirman Sahayak Date of posting:06 Nov
Location : West Bengal-other
Job Category : Govt Jobs, Diploma
Last Date : 16 Nov 2013
Job Type : Full Time
Hiring Process : Written-test
Govt. of West Bengal (Hoogly District) - Job Details
Memo No.-2186 PRI/GP/1/2013
Govt. of West Bengal (Hoogly District) invites applications for the post of Executive Asst./Nirman Sahayak www.freshersworld.com
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|| Must be a Citizen of India as defined in Part-II of the Constitution of India. Bachelors degree from a recognized university. Diploma in computer application from any Institute recognized by the State or Central Government or State Council of Technical Education of all India Council of Technical Education. Desirable : Post graduate Degree or Diploma in Social work or Rural Development from any recognized Institute or University. Experience in Social work or Rural Development
||53(GN-11, SC-8, ST-4, OBC-A-2, OBC-B-3, Meritorious Sports Person -1, GN(EC)-16, SC(EC)-5, ST(EC)-1, OBC-A (EC)-1, OBC-B(EC)-1)
||Must be a Citizen of India as defined in Part-II of the Constitution of India. Must have a diploma in Civil Engineering from any institute recognized by the State Government or Central Government
||68( GN-16, SC-10, ST-7, GN(EC)-22, SC(EC)-8, ST(EC)-4, OBC-B (EC)-1)
Age : 18-45
This district with its Headquarters located at Chinsurah town is within the Burdwan Division of the State of West Bengal. So far history goes, the name "Hooghly" is derived probably from the 'HOGLA', a tall reed, which grows in abundance on the riverbanks and in the marshy low lands below them. At dawn of history this part of the country was probably included in the territory held by the Suhmas, a tribe mentioned in juxtaposition with the Angas, Vangas and Pundras in the Mahabharata and also in the Mahabhashya, a grammar dating back to the second century B.C. In the third century B.C. the territory of the Suhmas was included in the vast empire of Asoka, which extended over the whole of Bengal as far as the mouth of the Ganges and upto Tamralipti (the modern Tamluk). Several centuries later this tract became absorbed with the rest of Bengal in the Gupta Empire, owing to a successful campaign by Samudragupta in the fourth century.
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