PANCHAYAT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 2014
Recruitment for Assistant and Tax Collector PostsPANCHAYAT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 2014
Panchayat & Rural Development department is inviting all Indian eligible candidates for the recruitment of Jr. Assistant and for Tax-Collector posts under Assam Government. The Department announces Total 360+ Posts which are vacant and going to fill up under this recruitment process.
1). Junior Assistant-28 Posts
Pay Band: Rs.5200 – Rs.20200 + the Grade Pay of Rs.2100.
Process for Selection: Written Examination and after that Interview round will take place for selection of the candidates.
Ministers and Secretaries
Shri Nitin Gadkari
Minister of Rural Development
Minister of Panchayati Raj
Minister of Drinking Water and Sanitation.
Shri Upendra Kushwaha
Minister of State for Rural Development
Minister of State for Panchayati Raj
Minister of State for Drinking Water and Sanitation.
Ministry of Rural Development has two departments namely
Department of Rural Development and Department of Land Resource.
Being the nodal Ministry for most of the development and welfare activities in the rural areas, the Ministry of Rural Development plays a pivotal role in the overall development strategy of the country. The vision and mission of the Ministry is sustainable and inclusive growth of rural India through a multipronged strategy for eradication of poverty by increasing livelihoods opportunities, providing social safety net and developing infrastructure for growth. This is expected to improve quality of life in rural India and to correct the developmental imbalances, aiming in the process, to reach out to most disadvantaged sections of the society.
Rural development implies both the economic betterment of people as well as greater social transformation. Increased participation of people in the rural development programmes, decentralization of planning, better enforcement of land reforms and greater access to credit are envisaged for providing the rural people with better prospects.
Initially, main thrust for development was laid on agriculture, industry, communication, education, health and allied sectors. Later on, realizing that accelerated development can be provided only if governmental efforts are adequately supplemented by direct and indirect involvement of people at the grass root level, the thrust shifted.