Office of The Deputy Commissioner Assam Recruitment for o7 Junior Accountant Assistant, Chachar district, Assam. Junior Account Assistant Verifies the work done by the sub ordinates of the accounts department he Should have knowledge about Banking activities and submission of bank related documents like Stock statements and QIS reports and Should possess good knowledge in Statutory aspects like Sales tax.
Last Date: 27 August 2015
Total no. of posts: 07
Educational Qualification: Candidates applying for the post of Junior Accountant Assistant must be Graduate and have Diploma in Computer Application from a government recognized Institution.
Age Limit: Candidates applying for the post of Junior Accountant Assistant must be 18 to 30 years of age
Selection Procedure: Selection will be based on Written Examination.
Pay Scale: Rs.5200 – 20,200 + Grade Pay – 2400/-
How to apply: Eligible and Interested candidates should Send their prescribed application along with self-attested copies of certificate & Testimonial addressed to The Treasury Officer, Cachar Treasury, Sadarghat Road, Silchar-788001 on or before 27.08.2015.
The District of Cachar is located in the Southernmost part of Assam, which is one of the oldest district of Assam. It is bounded on the North by Barali and Jayantia hill ranges, on the South by the State Mizoram, on the East by sister district Hailakandi and Karimganj. The district was created in 1830 after annexation of Kachari Kingdom by British. In 1854, North Cachar was annexed and tagged to the district.
Assam is a northeastern state of India and its capital is Dispur. Assam is one among the “Seven Sister states” in India. The major cities of Assam are Guwahati, Silchar, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia and Jorhat. Guwahati is among the top 100 fastest growing cities in the world. Bihu is the state festival of Assam and its official language is Assamee. It has rich Ethnic culture and has tropical monsoon climate with heavy rainfall. Assam’s economy is based on agriculture and oil. The first oil reserves of India were discovered in Assam in the late 19thCentury and that’s why Assam is one of the large and old petroleum resources. Assam is famous for its Tea and is the largest tea producing state. Assam is also famous for wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Famous sanctuaries in Assam are Kaziranga National Park, Chakras hila Wildlife Sanctuary, Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary, Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary, etc. The major rivers of Assam are Brahmaputra and Barak rivers.
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