Lower Division Assistant (LDA) job recruitment in Directorate of Tea Tribes Welfare – Govt. of Assam
No. of Vacancies : 7
Qualification : a. The applicants must be Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University with minimum 45% marks, 40% for SC/ST/PWD candidates in their degree examinations. b. The candidates should have attained the degree or any other qualifications prior to the age of 38 years and not during the relaxation period. c. The candidates must possess a Diploma/Certificate in computer proficiency of minimum 6 (six) months from a recognized institute; they must have good working knowledge of office productivity software tools (independent of any operating system, i.e. Ms Windows, Linux, MAC etc.) such as Word Processor, Spread Sheet, presentation graphics, concept of database, internet and email.
Scale of Pay : PB-2 Rs. 14,000/- to Rs. 49,000/- p.m. + Grade Pay Rs. 6,200/- p.m. plus other allowances as admissible under rules against sanctioned vacant posts.
Age Limit : Applicants must not be less than 18 years and more than 44 years as on 31-03-2019. Age limit is relaxable by 5 (five) years in case of SC/ST/PWD candidates and three years in case of OBC/MOBC candidates. In case of Ex-servicemen, age limit is relaxable by 2 (two) years. The age limit of the candidates will be calculated on the basis of the Matriculation/HSLC Admit Card/Certificate issued by Board/Council recognized by Govt. of Assam. No other document shall be accepted in lieu thereof for the purpose.
Application Fees : As per Govt. of Assam Notification No. FEG.32/2016/12 dated 21st May, 2018; all application fees have been abolished in respect of all Grade III and Grade IV posts.
Mode of Selection : Written Test
How To Apply For Lower Division Assistant (LDA) job recruitment in Directorate of Tea Tribes Welfare – Govt. of Assam
The online application is open w.e.f. 08/03/2019 to Midnight of 28/03/2019 only.
About Directorate of Tea Tribes Welfare Govt. of Assam
There are more than 1000 tea garden in Assam where workers originally coming from Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh ad West Bengal have engaged themselves and subsequently settled in Assam permanently. They are known as Tea and Ex-Tea Garden Tribes, who are recognized as Other Background Classes [OBC] by the Government. These people not only constitute a sizeable chunk of the population in the state but also play a major role in tea production of the state [about 53% of the total tea production of the country] and this contributes to the economy of the state.