Collectorate Rayagada Recruitment 2016 for 107 Sikshya Sahayak/ Sahayika Vacancies. Collectorate, Rayagada has announced notification for the recruitment of 107 Sikshya Sahayak/ Sahayika vacancies on contractual basis in different Schools running under ST & SC Development Department in Rayagada District. Eligible candidates may apply in prescribed format of application on or before 6-2-2016 up to 5:00 p.m.
Rayagada district is known as the most famous region of the state because of its longest human history. Although the district came into existence on the 2nd Octoberr 1992, it has long and glorious historical records evident by copper plates, rock inscriptions as well as different coins, which clearly indicate the region was the centre of attraction in all ages. In the third century B.C., during the reign of Ashoka the Great, it was covered under Kalinga empire. The hilly track between river Languli and Prachi language as Bansadhara and Nagabali, as evident by Andhra Historical Journal XXVII edition at page 46, was famous for spices. Another Bhojpur Rock inscription in Brahmi of Rastrik King Mandhata adds some facts about this region. Later, Rastriks were defeated by Kharvela, the only Aryan Emperor of Odisha, at the time of Samudra Gupta himself during the Chawpagada battle. The rock inscription of Allahbad inscribed by Mahamantri Harisena provides evidence to this effect.
Later, the ruins of mud fort and historical idol of Mahakal Bhairab found at Champikota very near to Rayagada makes it clear that this is the ancient Champagada Fort. During Ganga Vansi and Surya Vansi Kings, it was under Dadarnab Dev of Gudari Kataka. A rock inscription found at Pataleswar temple in Brahmi script provides an evidence to this effect. A subsequent literature found at Pataleswar temple speaks about the River Languli giving a supporting evidence to the various facts. This region went to Bahamanis when Mukund Dev was defeated at Gohera Tikiri in 1519. Then, it was under Nandapur Kingdom for brief period of 47 years. Biswambar Dev who was defeated and killed by Hasin Khan was perhaps the third king installed at Rayagada. Still, the Sati Kunda Goddess Majhi Ghariani and the mudfort around it speaks much about its evidence. In subsequent years it was under Bobilli, a Tahasil of Vijayanagaram. Later, during the English regime, Rayagada was covered under the Jeypore Zamindari, which continued till Independence.
Rayagada college imparts education at +2 and +3 levels for Science, Arts and Commerce stream. Women’s college imparts education in +2 Science/Arts and Commerce. But at +3 level it imparts education for Arts stream only. State governments’ diploma engineering college known as UTKAL GOURAB MADHUSUDAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (UGMIT) is present near by river Nagavali and imparts diploma courses in several branches of engineering.
The district has a predominant tribal population of 57.52%. All the 11 blocks of the district have been covered under tribal sub-plan with three micro projects in operation for the pre-literate indigenous tribal communities.
The topography of Rayagada gives a prefect platform for the tribals in sustaining their ethno-cultural identity in the district. Forest area covers an extent of 4785.36 sq.m out of which 777.27 sq.m is Reserved forest.
The district has been the homeland of various tribal communities with their sub-tribes, who are found in different levels of development depending upon their assimilation with the mainstream or modern communities. In the ethno-cultural map of Odisha, two tribes stand out quite prominently for their education backwardness and continuing ethnic and cultural identity, the Kandhas and the Souras.
Collectorate Rayagada Recruitment Details:
Recruitment Notification Highlights
Total Number of Vacancies: 107posts
Name of the Posts: Sikshya Sahayak/ Sahayika
1. B.Sc. B.Ed: 20 Posts
2. B.A B.Ed (Social Science): 18 Posts
3. B.A B.Ed (Language): 20 Posts
4. B.Sc. B.Ed: 14 Posts
5. B.A B.Ed (Social Science & Language): 11 Posts
6. + 2 Science with CT: 10 Posts
7. + 2 Arts/ Com. with CT: 14 Posts
Important Dates for Collectorate Rayagada Recruitment 2016:
Last Date for Submission of Application: 6-2-2016 up to 5:00 p.m.
Date and Time for Verification of Documents: 8-3-2016 at 10:30 a.m onwards.
Candidates age between 18 to 35 years as on 1-1-2016. Upper age limit may be relaxed by 5 years for SC/ ST, Women, Ex-Servicemen and SEBC, 10 years for PH candidates as per Govt. Rules.
Post No.1 to 5: Graduation with atleast 50% marks and 1 year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed) or Higher Secondary (+2 or its equivalent) and 4 years B.A. B.Ed/ B.Sc. B.Ed.
Post No.6, 7: Higher Secondary (+2 or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and 2 year Diploma in Education. All candidates pass in the Odisha Teacher Eligibility Test (OTET).
How to Apply Collectorate Rayagada Recruitment 2016:
The eligible candidates may send their application in the prescribed format along with two recent self attested passport size photographs, xerox copies of sufficient documents, two stamped self addressed envelop should reach through Registered Post/ Speed Post to Collectorate, Welfare Section (O/o the District Welfare Officer), Rayagada on or before 6-2-2016 up to 5:00 p.m.
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