Cooch Behar District – Govt of West Bengal jobs for Gram Rojghar Sevak in Kolkata.

Cooch Behar District – Govt of West Bengal jobs for Gram Rojghar Sevak in Kolkata. Last

Date to apply: 11 Aug 2017

Gram Rojghar Sevak

Cooch Behar District – Govt of West Bengal
12th Pass (HSE)10th Pass (SSC)
Date of posting: 24 Jul 17
 Last Date 11 Aug 2017

Cooch Behar District – Govt of West Bengal – Job Details

Memo No : 260/MGNREGA/DIN-1/2017,D ate : 21/07/2017

Gram Rojghar Sevak recruitment in Cooch Behar District – Govt. of West Bengal on contract basis

Qualification : 10+2 Science stream (combination with Physics & mathematics) with 55% marks. 6 months Computer Course from a recognized institution. The candidate must be the resident of the concerned gram panchayat

No. of Posts : 05 posts

Hiring Process : Written-test

Job Role : Data Entry /Back Office

How to apply

The application must be accompanied with self attested photo copies of all required testimonials. i.e. age proof, residential proof, cast certificate (if any), marks sheet, experience certificate and relevant certificate of qualification etc. and should be sent by ordinary post or by hand to drop box at the following address — To, The Programme Officer, MGNREGA & Block Development Officer, Office of the Dinhata- I Development Block, Dinhata, Cooch Behar. The last date for receiving the complete application 11.08.2017 up to 4 pm.

About Cooch Behar District – Govt of West Bengal

History reveals that the ancient territory of Kamrup played a role in the development of the present region of Cooch Behar district in West Bengal. The Allahabad Pillar Inscription of the famous Gupta Emperor Samudragupta mentions about the existence of the Kamrup territory in the 4th century AD. During the 15th century AD, the western part of Kamrup came under the sway of the ‘Khen’ dynasty to usher a new kingdom there known as ‘Kamta’. The present Cooch Behar owes its origin from this ‘Kamta’ land. The ‘Khen’ dynasty is noted for the kings of Niladhvaja, the founder of the dynasty, his son Chakradhvaja and grandson Nilambar (1473-98/99 AD). It is stated by some that the ‘Koch’ dynasty followed the lineage of Nilambar. But the most widely accepted view holds that king Maharaja Viswa Singha was responsible for establishment of an independent ‘Koch’ kingdom in 1510 AD or 1530 AD.

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