Women Welfare Officer/ District Coordinator job opportunities in Kamrup Metropolitan District
Women Welfare Officer
No. of Post : 01
Qualification : Masters in Social Work (from a recognized university) with understanding of schemes/programmes implemented with focus on women Capable of communicating in the local language/dialect and effectively liaison with district officials. Proficiency with computers for report writing & MIS. Preference will be give to candidates who have experience of working with civil society organization, Women and resident of same district.
Remuneration : Rs. 35,000/- (fixed)
No. of Post : 02
Qualification : Graduate in Social Work (from a recognized university). Preference will be give to candidates who are well versed with issues related to women in the District, Able to work with computers such as Word, Excel & Power Point; Women & resident of same district.
Remuneration : Rs. 20,000/- (fixed)
Age Limit : The candidates should not be more than 35 years of age as on 31.01.2019
How To Apply ForWomen Welfare Officer/ District Coordinator job opportunities in Kamrup Metropolitan District
The envelope sending the application should be superscripted 'Application for Women Welfare Officer or District Coordinator in the District Level Centre for Women (DLCW)' on the top of the envelope and itshould be addressed to the Deputy Commissioner, Kamrup Metropolitan District, Assam, PIN-781001. The applicant shall furnish self-attested photocopies of the above mentioned documents with declaration as Certified to be true copy of the original along with the application
Candidates shall be required to download the prescribed application form from the website 01.03.2019 and send duly filled in application with the requisite documents indicated below. A. One copy of the recent passport size photograph (size of 3.5 X4.5) to be properly pasted on the space provided in the application form. Do not staple the photograph.
Interview Date : 22nd March, 2019.
(Ref : Assam Tribune e-paper, Dated : 28th February, 2019 ; Page No. 13)
About Kamrup Metropolitan District
The district Kamrup Metro was created bifurcating the old Kamrup district on 3rd February' 2003. The head quarter of the district is Guwahati. Once known as Pragjyotishpur(the light of the East),Guwahati derives its name from the Assamese words “Guwa” means areca nut and “Haat” means market. Guwahati has a magical aura that still lingers over the ever – expanding city. According to a legend, the demon king Narakasura is said to have built this ancient city. Another reason for Guwahati’s charm is it’s being the ancient ‘Kamrup’, the place where the part of the body of goddess Sati falls and which is also the birthplace of Kamdeva, the God of love. Pragjyotishpur also finds frequent mention in the Mahabharata and other Sanskrit epics and mythology.