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Cantonment Board Lucknow Recruitment For Walk In Interview On 27th August 2022


Location : Lucknow
Education : 12th , B.E. / B.Tech , Diploma
Industry :
Experience : Freshers

Cantonment Board Lucknow Jobs Notification 2022 information for the hiring of 2 Junior Engineer, and Assistant Engineer Posts has been released on the official website at lucknow.cantt.gov.in. Candidates Planning to start their career with Cantonment Board Lucknow can apply for Walkin application on or before 2022-08-27.

Junior Engineer: 1 Post

Assistant Engineer: 1 Post

Qualification

  • Junior Engineer: 12th pass and three years Diploma in Civil Engineering from a Govt recognized Institute or equivalent
  • Assistant Engineer: Degree (B.E./ B.Tech) in Civil Engineering from a Govt recognized Institute or equivalent

Salary Details

  • Junior Engineer: Rs. 35,400 – 1,12,400/- per Month
  • Assistant Engineer: Rs. 56,100 – 1,77,500/-

Age Limi: 21 to 30 as of 31-Aug-2022

Selection Process: Selection will be based on the Written Test

How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates can apply Online at Cantonment Board Lucknow’s official website lucknow.cantt.gov.in, Starting from 28th June 2022 to 27th August 2022

Educational Qualification

12th / Diploma / Degree / B.E./ B.Tech

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 27 August, 2022

Cantonment Board Lucknow Recruitment For Opening For Hindi Typist


Location : Lucknow
Education : Any Graduate
Industry :
Experience : Freshers

Post Name : Junior Hindi Translator
No. of Vacancy : 03 posts
Pay Scale : Rs 9300-34800/-
Grade Pay : 4200/-

Post Name : Hindi Typist
No. of Vacancy : 01 post
Pay Scale : Rs 5200-20200/-
Grade Pay : 1900/-

Education Qualification :
For Junior Hindi Translator : Master Degree of a recognized university in Hindi/English as a compulsory / elective subject or as a medium of examination at degree level.
For Hindi Typist : Matriculation or equivalent examination of recognized university/ Board with speed not less than 25 w.p.m. in typewritting either in English or in Hindi

Age limit : As on 15.07.2016
For Junior Hindi Translator : 18 to 30 years
For Hindi Typist : 18 to 27 years

Age of Relaxation :
For OBC Candidates : 3 years
For PWD Candidates : 10 years

Job Location : Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)

Selection Process : Selection will be made on Written Test & Skill Test.

Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs. 50/- through Demand Draft in favour of Principal Director, Defence Estates, Central Command ,17 Cariappa Road, Lucknow cantt. Payable at State Bank of India, Defence Banking Branch, Sadar Lucknow. Women & PWD candidates are exempted from the payment of application fee.

How to Apply Cantonment Board Lucknow Vacancy: Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with self-attested photocopies of relevant documents & one self-addressed envelope of size 10 cms x 22 cms affixed with Rs. 5/- postal stamp send to Principal Director, Defence Estates, Central Command ,17 Cariappa Road, Lucknow cantt. 226002 (U.P.) on or before 15.07.2016.

Educational Qualification

Master Degree of a recognized university in Hindi/English as a compulsory / elective subject or as a medium of examination at degree level.
For Hindi Typist : Matriculation or equivalent examination of recognized university/ Board with speed not less than 25 w.p.m. in typewritting either in English or in Hindi

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 31 May, 2017
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The name of Lucknow city can be traced back to the epic ‘Ramayana’. When Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya, after 14 years of exile he gifted this place to his younger brother Lakshman, who is believed to have stayed in Lakshman Teela, a high ground on the banks of the river Gomti. Later, the region was named after his as ‘Lakshmanpur’. There are other stories that do the rounds; Lucknow was named after a very influential person called ‘Lakhan Ahir’ who built the fort ‘Qila Lakhan’. The name ‘Qila Lakhan’ later became Lucknow. Some other sources says that one Lakhu Khan, earlier a non-Muslim having the name Laxan Singh, had lent his name to Lucknow.

The city has archaeological remains dating back to 3000 BC but Lucknow’s foundations were laid in the 13th century A.D. Lakshman Teela, the central part of the city, is believed to have been the site where a fort was built by a clan from Bijnor. By the end of the 13th century, the fort had fallen into the hands of the Sharqi rulers of Jaunpur, who held it till 1476. In the 1540s, the fort was annexed by the Sultan of Delhi, Sher Shah Suri (reigned 1540-45).

The architectural contributions of the Awadh rulers include numerous mosques and palaces (many paintings of these are now maintained at the Art Gallery). Of the monuments standing today, the ‘Bara Imambara’, the ‘Chhota Imambara’ and the Roomi Darwaza’ are notable examples.

Awadh was annexed by the proclamation of 14 February 1856 and the king (Nawab Wajid Ali Shah) was deported to Calcutta, where he died on 21 September 1887. In the old settlement records of 1862, a mention is made that 2/3rd of Bhadruka village was part of the cantonment area. From the gazette vol XXXVII of 1922 (the district Gazetteers of the United Provines of Agra and Awadh), it is gathered that the ruinous building in Dilkusha Garden was known as Dilkusha Palace, which was built by Sadat Ali Khan as a hunting box and country residence, around which he laid out an extensive park and stocked it with deer and other games. After the first war of independence, the building was occupied by the General Officer Commanding Awadh District. To the south of the ruins, are few graves of officers and men who fell during the capture of Lucknow. It was at this place, Sir Henry Havelock died on 24 November 1857. In the gazetteer referred to above, it is also stated that Lucknow Cantonment was the Headquarters of Awadh Military District.

Historically, cantonments were places where the army of colonial government had to be exclusively quartered in an effort to keep the armed forces totally insulated from the ruled. Cantonments meant quarters assigned for lodging troops, a permanent military station created by the British government in India for the location of military formation away from the civilian towns and insulated from the Indian nationalist influences. Housing was the core objective. Subsequently, housing itself attracted the civil population to reside in the cantonments and the economic spin-offs attracted other activities. The bazaar area was recognized and the anatomy of the cantonment got clearly defined with military, the bungalow and civil areas clearly defined. The cantonments as local self-government organizations have always remained a puzzle. The civilian population wants to be in it but is uncertain about their status and their future.

Due to repeated demand for reforms by the representatives of cantonment population, the Cantonments Act, 1924 was enacted to introduce local self-government in the cantonments, which contained substantial civil population. The Act was the first model municipal Act for cantonments, but in its implementation, decentralization and democratic norms were largely compromised because of the status of the citizen who occupied the property only as a licensee of the Government.

In 2006 the Cantonments Act, 1924 was replaced by the Cantonment Act, 2006 with a view to impart greater democratization and improvethe financial base of cantonments to make provision for developmental activities, etc. Presently there are 62 Cantonments in the country distributed among five Army Commands. The cantonments are categorized as Category I, Category II, Category III and Category IV on the basis of the civil population. As per the latest Census, Lucknow cantonment area falls under Category I, with a population above 50,000.

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