Deputy Commissioner Jorhat Recruitment For Mandal and Other Posts–21

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Deputy Commissioner Jorhat

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Mandal Gr.3

Job Description : 

In pursuance of approval  accorded by the Govt. Assam Revenue& D.M. Department , Dispur vide  No.RLR.5/2021/16, dated  3rd February,2021. online application are hereby invited through the official website. The state of Assam for filling up of 21 numbers of sanctioned vacant post of Mandal in the amalgamated establishment of the Deputy Commissioner. and other allowance as admissible under the rules.

Number of the posts: 21 

21 Posts

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18-40 years


The candidate must have passed the HSLC examination or equivalent examination . The candidate must possess must valid 06 months RCCC training certificate  from Assam survey & settlement training center, Guwathi. The candidate must possess 06 months diploma in computer proficiency from a recognized institute.

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“JORHAT” or “JOREHAUT” means two hats or mandis-“Macharhat” and “Chowkihat” which existed on the two different banks of the river Bhogdoi during the 18th Century, Jorhat was the last capital of the Ahom Kingdom. In the year 1794 the Ahom king Gaurinath shifted the capital from Sibsagar (erst-while “Rangpur”) to Jorhat. This town was a flourishing and commercial metropolis but completely destroyed after a series of the Burmese invasions since 1817 till the arrival of the British force in the year 1824 under the Stewardship of David Scott and Captain Richard. The British Rule, though, was not free from rebellions and revolutions, contributed to reemergence of this historical town. From the very first decade of the British rule, the great revolutionists who emerged were Gomdhar Konwar, Jeuram and Piyali, British system of administration, came into vouge in the year 1839 with an established Police Thana. During the great “Sepoy Mutiny” and Piyali Barua was sabotaged and these leader were hanged in public at this very place in 1858. In 1885,a narrow gauge train services (Jorhat Provincial Railway)had come into operation and ultimately became instrumental in rapid growth of tea industry.

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