Lakhimpur District Govt. Of Assam
Peon job Position in Lakhimpur District Govt. of Assam
No. of Posts : 2
Qualification : Candidates should have at least Class-VIII passed academic qualification
Scale of Pay : Rs. 12,000 to 39,000/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 3,900/- and other allowances
Age Limit : Candidates must not be less than 18 years and more than 43 years of age at the time of filling of their candidature. There should be relaxation of ages in case of SC. ST, OBC etc. candidates.
Selection Process :Written Test and Viva-voce
Candidates should submit their candidatures along with self-attested copies of testimonials regarding academic qualification, age, caste, three copies of recent passport size photographs duly signed by the candidates and a set addressed envelope affixing postal stamp of Rs. 5/-.
The candidatures should be submitted in the establishment ofthe District & Sessions Judge, Lakhimpur, North Lakhimpur,within20 daysfrom the date of publication of this Advertisement.
Education : Upto 9th Std
Looking for 10th graduates profile.
About Lakhimpur district govt. of assam
The name Lakhimpur is believed to be originated from the word Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity. The district is mainly dependent upon agriculture and paddy. Paddy is regarded locally as Lakhimi. The word pur means full. Lakhimpur therefore means full of paddy or the place where paddies are grown abundantly. Besides, the soil of the district is alluvial and fertile for which crops flourish without use of any artificial manure or hard labour. Over and above fish, meat, vegetables, milk were abundant in this district. Others say that the word originated from Lakhsmi Devi, the mother of Bhuyan Raja who was the descendent of King Arimatta.
As per Lakhimpur District Gazette (1976) , the district was notified as Lakhimpur District through a proclamation issued by then Governor General on July, 1839. On 2nd October, 1971 the district was reorganized with two sub divisions viz. Dhemaji and North Lakhimpur . Later it was again reorganized in the year 1989 with two subdivisions viz. Dhakuakhana and North Lakhimpur leaving Dhemaji as a separate district. The district was earlier regarded as " Koliapani" because there was practically no road communication to this district till 1950. In the year 1954, the temporary aerodrome was started. From 1957 the ASTC buses started plying from Lakhimpur and from 1963 the North East Frontier Railway started train services from this district.
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