Rural Development and Panchayati Department Government of Rajasthan Recruitment 2016 Apply for 27635 Gram Panchayat Sahayak. Vacancy. Apply before 28 November 2016.
Rural Development and Panchayati Department Government of Rajasthan Bharti Job Details :
Rural Development and Panchayati Department (Panchayati Raj), Government of Rajasthan invites application for the post of 27635 Gram Panchayat Sahayak. Apply Application form Offline mode, Send to Apply form Official Address . Educational Qualification 10+2 Pass Senior Secondary or Rajasthan Secondary School Board Ajmer . Apply before 28 November 2016.
Panchayati Raj Job Details : Total Post 27635 Vacancy Post Name Gram Panchayat Sahayak Posts and Age Limit ,Education Details.
Post Name or Post :
Gram Panchayat Sahayak : 27635 Posts
Eligibility Criteria Gram Panchayat Sahayak 27635 Vacancy 2016 :
Gram Panchayat Sahayak Educational Qualification :
Senior Secondary or equivalent from Rajasthan Secondary School Board Ajmer.10+2 Pass Job Contenders must be passed in 12th standard or any equivalent examination from recognized board/university for Panchayati Raj Assistant vacant Posts. Senior Secondary or equivalent from Rajasthan Secondary School Board Ajmer.
Nationality : Indian
Gram Panchayat Sahayak Post Age Limits :
Candidate age should be in between 18 years to 40 years. Age relaxation should be applicable as 05 years for SC/ ST category and 03 years for OBC category . 18 to 40 years
Job Location : Rajasthan
How to Apply Gram Panchayat Sahayak Bharti Job :
Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form at Each Gram Panchayat. Candidates have to submit residential proof along with the form. Applicants should note that selection for Gram Panchayat Sahayak post will be done on 28.11.2016 at the gram sabha meeting. Therefore candidates are required to submit their application before 10.30 am on the same day.
Important Dates :
Last Date For Submission Of Application : 28.11.2016
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About us Rajasthan Gram Panchayat Sahayak :
Panchayats or village assemblies existed in ancient India as self-governing institutions which had distinct and well-defined functions. The institution of Panchayat represented not only the collective will, but also the collective wisdom of the entire rural community. As in other parts of the country, village Panchayats also existed in Rajasthan. British rule introduced a highly decentralized system of administering justice, which changed the situation and the system of village Panchayats suffered a setback. During the time of Viceroy Lord Ripon, there was an attempt to establish local bodies. In Rajasthan, the princely states of Jodhpur, Bharatpur, Jaipur, Sirohi, Udaipur, and Karauli enacted legislations on Panchayats. Bikaner state had its own Gram Panchayat Act much earlier in 1928. Thus, at the time of independence, Panchayats were functioning in some of the erstwhile princely states, while in other states no such institutions existed.