Job DetailsPost Name: : Social Audit Volunteers
No. of Post: : 440 Posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered: Not Shown
Eligibility: 10th passed
Location:: : West Bengal
Last Date: 30-Nov-2015.
Age Limit: As per Rules. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria : 10th Pass or Above as regular candidates or equivalent.
Application Fee : No Fee Requirment
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written and interview
How To ApplyInterested candidates may apply in Prescribed Application Form along with self attested photocopies of all Required certificate send To the Concern Office of the Block Development Officer as per given notification on or before 09.11.2015.
About Office Of The D.P.C & District MagistrateThe geographical boundaries that constitute the Jalpaiguri district of the present day had been under the control (administration) or rule of various dynasties or even countries either in fragments or as a whole during the different phases of history.
As history goes by, when Huien Tsang visited Assam, a major portion of today’s Jalpaiguri was a part of the kingdom of Kamrupa which then apparently extended up to river Karatoya in the west. This land, often and commonly designated as Duars had often been included in the kingdoms of Bhutan and Cooch Behar. The name ‘Duars’ may have evolved from the word ‘Doors’ or passages. There were eighteen such passages which were used by the Bhutanese people to communicate with the riverine plains of the south for the cause of trade or barters. In 1864 under the command of captain Hedayet Ali, the British managed to capture this area from the clutches of the Bhutanese kingdom and divided it into two parts. The eastern part are merged with the Gowalpara district of today’s Assam and the western part was named as a new district – Western Duars. In 1869 through some constitutional changes the Jalpaiguri District was formed. The name Jalpaiguri may have evolved from “JE-LE-PE-GO-RI” probably meaning the place to exchange or barter warm clothes, Blankets etc. with other essential commodities.
From time immemorial this land remaimed a pristine creation. Covered with dense forest and riverine grassland, Jalpaiguri was the harbour of one of the richest bounties of Wild Life.