Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council - Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir

Steno Typist/ Library Assistant/ General Line Teacher/other Mechanic/ Operator Jobs in Jammu - Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council - Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir

Jammu
Certificate Course (ITI),10th Pass (SSC),12th Pass (HSE),Any Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 08-04-2019
Steno Typist/ Library Assistant/ General Line Teacher/Other Mechanic/ Operator - Job Details Date of Posting: 14-03-2019
Steno TypistLibrary Assistant/ General Line Teacher/Other Mechanic/ Operator recruitment in  Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir)

Steno Typist/01 Post

Qualification: Any Graduate

Guard/ 04Posts

Qualification: 10TH

Field Assistant/13Posts

Qualification: 12TH

Other Mechanic/ Operator/2 Posts

Qualification in Details: Matric with ITI certificate in relevant Trade .

Age Limit: 18-48 Years

Library Assistant/ 
1 Posts


Qualification in Details:Bodhi type test 30 words per minute. 

Age Limit:18-48 Years

General Line Teacher /25 Posts

Qualification in Details: Graduation from Recognized university. Further the posts shall be breakup with following details: General Teacher 15 post Science Teacher = 08 post Urdu Teacher - 02 post Science Teacher: having Maths. Physics. Chemistry Botany, zoology as one of the subject in graduation. Urdu Teacher: Urdu as one of the subject in Graduation. 

Age Limit18-48 Years

Examination fee : Fee of 100 for each post shall have to be deposited through any of the branches of Jammu and Kashmir Bank, in favour of LAHD-SSRB


How To Apply For Steno TypistLibrary Assistant/ General Line Teacher/Other Mechanic/ Operator recruitment in  Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir)

Last date of submission of online application form i:e 8th April 2019.

About Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council - Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir

The name Kargil is derived from two words Khar and Kil. Khar means castle and rKil means center thus a place between castles as the place lay between many kingdoms.  In the views of many critics, the word Kargil has been derived from the words Gar and Khil.  Gar in local language mean ‘Any where’ and Khil means a central place where people could stay. This has the support of the fact that the place is equidistant from Srinagar, Skardo, Leh and Padum with around 200 Kms. With the passage of time Khar rKil or Gar Khil came to be  known as Kargil.  The present bureaucrat and historian Parvez Dewan in his contribution to the book “Kargil Blunder” reveals  that a pioneer namely Kargeel  cleared the  forests  in Poyen and  Shilikchay area before  the  advent of  Thatha Khan to dwell in the area and later  the  place assumed its name.