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ICDS CHHATARPUR AWW AND ASSISTANT RECRUITMENT 2015
ICDS CHHATARPUR AWW AND ASSISTANT RECRUITMENT 2015

The Assistant shall discharge the duties under directions of the Head of the department concerned, Section Officer, Assistant Registrar, Deputy Registrar, Registrar and Vice-Chancellor. He/she shall broadly perform the following duties:  1. Prompt action on files and proposals and their disposal 2. Initiate files in time where orders of the higher authorities are required. 3. Up-keep of all the files and records. 4. Preparation of noting and drafting the letters and computer work. 5. Advise and guide dealing assistants placed under him/her on the procedure and application of rules. 6. Preparation of agenda, minutes of various committees of the Institute.

Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Recruiting Anganwadi Worker & Anganwadi Assistant

Important Dates:
Starting Date for Receipt of Application: 30-11-2015.
Last Date for Receipt of Application: 09-12-2015.

Total No. of Posts: 29
Name of the Post:
1. Anganwadi Worker: 17 posts
2. Anganwadi Assistant: 12 posts

Job Location: Madhya Pradesh

ICDS Chhatarpur Recruitment AWW & Assistant Posts 2015

Age: 18 to 45 years as on 01-01-2015.

Qualification: 12th/ 11th standard (Urban/ Rural regions) for Anganwadi Worker, 5th class for Anganwadi Assistant.

Selection Process: Selection will be based on Merit.

How to Apply: Candidates can send their application & copies of necessary documents to relevant Integrated Child Development Project Office from 30-11-2015 to 09-12-2015.

Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) is an Indian government welfare programme which provides food, preschool education, and primary healthcare to children less than 6 years of age and their mothers. These services are provided from Anganwadi centres established mainly in rural areas and staffed with frontline workers. In addition to fighting malnutrition and ill health, the programme is also intended to combat gender inequality by providing girls the same resources as boys. A 2005 study found that the ICDS programme was not particularly effective in reducing malnutrition, largely because of implementation problems and because the poorest states had received the least coverage and funding. During the 2012–13 fiscal year, the Indian central government spent INR 159 billion (roughly USD 2.9 billion) on the programme

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