Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Recruitment : 27635 Panchayati Raj Assistant Vacancies
Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Recruitment for 27635 Panchayati Raj Assistant Vacancy: – Rajasthan Panchayati Raj has issued a notification for the recruitment of 27,635 Panchayati Raj Assistant Vacancies on contract basis but likely to be continue. Eligible candidates may apply to reach on 28 November 2016 extend date 03 December 2016 in Gram Sabha Meeting.
Other details like Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Recruitment eligibility criteria, age limit, application fee, Rajasthan Panchayati Raj vacancy selection process and how to apply are given below.
Post: – Panchayati Raj Assistant.
Eligibility: – 12th passed.
Location: – Rajasthan.
Selection date: – 28 November 2016 extend date 03 December 2016.
Age limit: – Between 18 to 40 years.
Vacancy details of Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Recruitment : –
Total Vacancy: – 27,635 posts.
Name of post: – Panchayati Raj Assistant.
Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Recruitment Eligibility Criteria:-
Eligibility: – Candidates should have 12th passed from a recognized board or university.
Pay scale: – Rs 6,000 per month.
Age limit: – Candidates should be between 18 to 40 years as on 28 November 2016.
Probation period: – The selected candidates will be on probation for a period of 1 year. They will continue on the basis of performance.
Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Vacancy Selection Process:-
Selection process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of consult by Gram Sabha Member in Gram Sabha Meeting.
How to apply: – Candidates can apply application to reach on 28 November 2016 extend date 03 December 2016. in Gram Sabha Meeting. Candidates can visit on official website www.rajpanchayat.rajasthan.gov.in for more details.
Important note: – Gram Sabha Meeting will be take place on 28 November 2016 extend date 03 December 2016.
About Rajasthan Panchayati Raj
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.