Department of Women & Child Development Lakshadweep Field Inspector Recruitment 2019 – 6 Posts

Department of Women & Child Development Lakshadweep Field Inspector Recruitment 2019 notification has been released by Department of Women & Child Development Lakshadweep. Notification is out for a total of 6 Posts. Interested candidates can check the details given below and attend the walk-in Interview on 6th March 2019.

Name of the Post: Field Inspector

Post Date: 26-02-2019

No. of Vacancies: 6

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Important dates to Remember:

Date of Walk-in Interview

06-03-2019 at 11:00 am
VenueDirectorate of Women & Child Development, Kavaratti.

Vacancy details of Department of Women & Child Development Lakshadweep Field Inspector Recruitment 2019:

Name of post

Vacancy

Field Inspector

6

Pay Scale:

  • Rs.15,000/- per month

Age limit (as on 13.03.2019):

  • Minimum Age: 18 years
  • Maximum Age: 37 years

Educational Qualification and Experience:

  • Pass in Plus 2 with village extension officers training or balasevika training from a recognized institute.

Selection Process:

  • Walk-in interview

Application Fees:

  • Not applicable

How to Apply for Department of Women & Child Development Lakshadweep Field Inspector Recruitment 2019:

  • Eligible candidates may attend the walk-in interview on the above mentioned date and venue.
  • Candidates should carry duly filled application along with all original certificates supporting age educational qualification etc with one set of photocopies of each, recent passport size duly self attested.
  • Candidates are requested to reach at least half an hour before the scheduled reporting time

Important Links:

For Official Notification

Click here

For Official Website

Click here

About Lakshadweep Administration:

Early history of Lakshadweep is unwritten. What now passes for history is based on various legends. Local traditions attribute the first settlement on these islands to the period of Cheraman Perumal, the last king of Kerala. It is believed that after his conversion to Islam, at the behest of some Arab merchants, he slipped out of his capital Cranganore, the present day Kodungallor – an old harbour town Kochi, for Mecca.

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