Office of the District Magistrate Recruitment 2016 for 239 Gram Panchayat Posts. District Level Selection Committee, Office of the District Magistrate, Bankura has released notification for the recruitment of 239 Gram Panchayat Level, Panchayat Samiti Level vacancies on temporary basis. Eligible candidates may apply online from 31-12-2015 to 20-1-2016 at 5:30 p.m.
The earliest signs of human habitation in the area was at Dihar. By about 1000 BC chalcolithic people had settled on the north bank of the Dwarakeswar.
In later pre-historic times this area was inhabited by various Proto-Australoid and a few Proto-Dravidian tribes. The tribes were spread across different strata of development – food-gathering, hunting, animal-raring and agriculture. Bankura district was part of Rarh in ancient times.
From around 7th century AD till around the advent of British rule, for around a millennium, history of Bankura district is identical with the rise and fall of the Hindu Rajas of Bishnupur.
Romesh Chunder Dutt wrote in the late 19th century, “The ancient Rajas of Bishnupur trace back their history to a time when Hindus were still reigning in Delhi, and the name of the Musalmans was not yet heard in India. Indeed, they could already count five centuries of rule over the western frontier tracts of Bengal before Bakhtiyar Khilji wrested the province from the Hindus. The Musalman conquest of Bengal, however, made no difference to the Bishnupur princes… these jungle kings were little known to the Musalman rulers of the fertile portions of Bengal, and were never interfered with. For long centuries, therefore, the kings of Bishnupur were supreme within their extensive territories.
Bishnupur was ceded to the British with the rest of Burdwan chakla in 1760. The Marathas had laid the country waste and famine of 1770 completed the misery of the kingdom. A large section of the population was swept away, cultivation fell, and lawlessness spread. The once powerful king had been reduced to the status of a mere zamindar. In 1787, Bishnupur was united with Birbhum to form a separate administrative unit, the headquarters was shifted to Suri, and a rebellious situation prevailed. The situation was so bad that the people of Bishnupur came to be known as Chuars or robbers. Bankura continued to be one district with Birbhum till 1793, when it was transferred to the Burdwan collectorate.
In 1879, the district acquired its present shape with the thanas of Khatra and Raipur and the outpost of Simplapal being transferred from Manbhum, and the thanas of Sonamukhi, Kotulpur and Indas being retransferred from Burdwan. However, it was known for sometime as West Burdwan and in 1881 came to be known as Bankura district.
Office of the District Magistrate Recruitment 2016 Details:
Recruitment Notification Highlights
Total Number of Vacancies: 239posts
Name of the Posts:
A. Gram Panchayat Level: 226 Posts
1. Executive Assistant: 17 Posts
2. Nirman Sahayak: 8 Posts
3. Gram Panchayat Karmee: 201 Posts
B. Panchayat Samiti Level: 13 Posts
1. Panchayat Samiti Peon: 13 Posts
Important Dates for District Magistrate Bankura Recruitment 2016:
Start Date to Apply Online: 31-12-2015
Last Date to Apply Online: 20-1-2016 at 5:30 p.m
Last Date for Reprint: 20-1-2016.
Candidates age between 18 to 40 years for UR, 18 to 45 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 43 years for OBC, 50 years for Ex-serviceman as on 1-1-2015.
Post No.A1: Rs.7,100/- to Rs.37,600/- + GP- Rs.3,600/-
Post No.A2: Rs.9,000/- to Rs.40,500/- + GP- Rs.4,400/-
Post No.A3, B1: Rs.2,600/- to Rs.16,200/- + GP- Rs.1,700/-
Post No.A1: Bachelor Degree with Diploma in Computer Application.
Post No.A2: Diploma in Civil Engineering.
Post No.A3, B1: Class-VIII.
Candidates will be selected based on Written Examination and Viva-Voce Test.
How to Apply District Magistrate Bankura Recruitment 2016:
The eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.bankura.nic.in on from 31-12-2015 to 20-1-2016 at 5:30 p.m.