DLSC Malda Recruitment 2019 – 62 Posts

DLSC Malda has released Recruitment 2019 notification at different posts at Gram Panchayat and Panchayat Samiti level under Malda district.The notification is out for total of 62 Posts. Interested and eligible candidates can check the details given below and apply online based on the eligibility criteria on or before 5th April 2019.

Name of the Post: Various

Post Date: 01-03-2019

No. of Vacancies: 62

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Important Dates to Remember:

Events

Dates

Starting Date to Apply

05-03-2019

Last Date to Apply

05-04-2019

Vacancy Details of DLSC Malda Recruitment 2019 :

Post

Vacancy

Block Informatics Officer

02

Samiti Education Officer

01

Nirman Sahayak of Gram Panchayat

24

Executive Assistant of Gram Panchayat

09

Secretary of Gram Panchayat

26

Pay Scale:

Post

Pay Band

Block Informatics Officer

Pay Band 3- Rs.7100- Rs.37,600/+ GP 3600

Samiti Education Officer

Pay Band 3- Rs.7100- Rs.37,600/+ GP 7910

Nirman Sahayak of Gram Panchayat

Pay Band 4 -Rs.9000-Rs.40500/+GP 4400

Executive Assistant of Gram Panchayat

Pay Band 3- Rs.7100- Rs.37,600/+ GP 3600

Secretary of Gram Panchayat

Pay Band 2- Rs.5400 -Rs.25,200/ +GP 2600

Age Limit( as on 01-01-2019):

  • Minimum – 18 Years
  • Maximum- 40 Years

Educational Qualification And Experience Required:

Block Informatics Officer:

  • Shall have Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Application or Bachelor’s Degree (Hons) in Computer Science.

Samiti Education Officer:

  • Possess Graduate Degree with Post Graduate B.ED Degree or Graduate Degree with 3 Years of experience in teaching.

Nirmaan Sahaayk of Gram Panchayat:

  • Must have Diploma in Civil Engineering from any institute Recognized by State Government or Central Government.

Executive Assistant of Gram Panchayat:

  • Must have Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Diploma in Computer Application from any recognized University / institutions

Secretary of Gram Panchayat:

  • Must have passed the Higher Secondary Examination from the West Bengal council of Higher Secondary Education.

Selection Process:

  • Written Exam
  • Viva Voice Test

Application Fee:

  • Not Mentioned

How to Apply for DLSC Malda Recruitment 2019 :

  • Willing candidates can visit the official website www.malda.gov.in and read the eligibility norms
  • The online application form starts from 05-03-2019.
  • Fill the details correctly as asked in the application form.
  • Candidates can apply for one post only.
  • The candidature of a candidate,who submits more than one application for a single post for admission to the examination, will be cancelled even he/ she is eligible for the same.

Important Links:

For Official Notification

             Click here

For Official Website

             Click here

To Apply

                                            Click here

About DLSC Malda:

The gateway of North Bengal, Malda, once the capital of Gour-Banga with its 3456 sq kms lay of the land classified into Tal, Diara, and Barind awaits the advent of tourists and people of archeological interest with its wealth to be enjoyed and its huge potential to be explored.

This portion of the Earth is washed by the waves of the rivers Ganges, Mahananda, Fulahar, Kalindri and had been the witness of different empires raised, flourished and cast down near oblivion by a successor kingdom built up on the relics of its predecessor. Panini mentioned a city named Gourpura, which by strong reason may be identified as the city of <Gouda, ruins of which are situated in this district. Examples are legion of the relic of a predecessor kingdom being used in the monuments of the successor kingdoms.

It had been within the limits of ancient ‘Gour’ and  ‘Pandua’(Pundrabardhana). These two cities had been the capital of Bengal in ancient and medieval ages and are equidistant, north and south, from English Bazar town (once known as Engelzavad established by the British rulers).

The boundary of Gour was changed in different ages since 5th century BC and its name can be found in Puranic texts. Pundranagar was the provincial capital of Maurya Empire.

Gour and Pundrabardhana formed parts of the Mourya empire as is evinced from the inscriptions, Brahmilipi on a seal discovered from the ruins of Mahasthangarh in the Bogura District of Bangladesh. Hiuen Tsang  saw many Asokan stupas at Pundrabardhana. The inscriptions discovered in the district of undivided Dinajpur and other parts of North Bengal along with the Allahabad pillar inscriptions of  Samudragupta clearly indicate that the whole of North Bengal as far east as Kamrup formed a part of the Gupta empire. After the Guptas in the beginning of 7th century AD Sasanka, the king of Karnasubarna as well as the king of Gour ruled independently for more than three decades. From the middle of 8th century to the end of 11th century the Pala dynasty ruled Bengal, the kings were devoted to Buddhism. It was during their reign that the Jagadalla Vihara (monastery) in Barindri flourished paralleling with Nalanda, Vikramshila and Devikot.

 

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