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Recruitment of District Child Protection Officer,Protection Officer,Legal cum Probation Officer & Social Worker in District Child Protection Society

          

District Child Protection Officer,Protection Officer,Legal cum Probation Officer & Social Worker,  Jobs & Vacancy in Others at  District Child Protection Society, Delhi Mar 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Amended Qualifications and Experience including age criteria for recruitment of various posts under DCPS, Rohtak

District Child Protection Office (DCPO)
- Essential Qualifications
1. Master in Psychology/master in social work /master in child Development from any recognized University.
2. Minimum 60% marks at Masters Level and having consistent good academic record.
3. Knowledge of Hindi upto Matric.
4. Working knowledge of Computer.
Desirable :
- Preference will be given to experience in child protection issues.
- Age 21-35 years
- Monthly remuneration—Rs. 19000/-

Protection Officer (Institutional Care)
- Essential Qualifications
1. Master in Psychology/master in social work/master in child Development from any recognized University from any recognized University.
2. Minimum 55% marks at Masters Level and having consistent good academic record.
3. Knowledge of Hindi unto Matric.
4. Working knowledge of Computer.
Desirable :
- Preference will be given to experience in child Institutional Care.
- Age 21-35 years
- Monthly remuneration—Rs. 12000/-

Legal cum Probation Officer
- Essential Qualifications
1. Graduate in Law from any recognized university with minimum 55% marks and having consistent good academic record.
2. Knowledge of Hindi unto Metric.
3. Working knowledge of Computer.
Desirable :
- Preference will be given to experience in handling legal matters.
- Age 25-45 years.
- Monthly remuneration—Rs. 12000/-

Counselor – Essential Qualifications
1. Master in Psychology/ Master in child development /Guidance and Counseling from any recognized University with minimum 55% mark and having consistent good academic record.
2. Knowledge of Hindi upto Matric.
3. Working knowledge of Computer.
Desirable :
- Preference will be given to experience in handling legal matters.
- Age 25-45 years.
- Monthly remuneration—Rs. 8000/-

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Social Worker (1 Reserved for women only)
- Essential Qualifications
1. Master in Psychology/Social work (MSW) /Sociology from any recognized university with minimum 55% marks and having consistent good academic record.
2. Knowledge of Hindi upto Matric.
3. Working knowledge of computer.
Desirable :
- Preference will be given to experience in child Protection issues
- Age : 21-35 years
- Monthly remuneration—Rs. 8000/-

Accountant
Essential Qualifications
1. Bachelor Degree in Commerce (B.Com) from any recognized university with minimum 55% marks and having consistent good academic record.
2. Ability to work on MS-Office (Word, Excel, Power Point & Internet) with ease.
3. Knowledge of Hindi up to matric..
Desirable :-
- Preference will be given to experience in maintaining accounts, related book keeping, acquainted with tally.
- Age : 21-35 years.
- Monthly remuneration—Rs.8000/-

Assistant cum Data Entry Operator
- Essential Qualifications
1. Graduate from any recognized university with minimum 55% marks and having consistent good academic record.
2. Knowledge of Hindi upto Matric.
3. Ability to work on MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point,
Internet) with good typing speed.
Desirable :-
- Preference will be given to experience in computerized data entry.
- Age : 21-40 years.
- Monthly remuneration—Rs. 5000/-

Outreach Workers
Essential Qualifications
1. Graduate from any recognized university with minimum 55% marks and having consistent good academic record.
2. Knowledge of Hindi upto Matric.
3. Working Knowledge of Computer.
Desirable :-
Preference will be given to experience of working in
NRHM, ICDS, Rural Development Projects.
Age : 21-40 years.
Monthly remuneration—Rs. 4000/-

How to apply : Candidates who applied earlier may apply again. All the above posts are on contractual basis for three years.  The prescribed essential qualification does not entitle candidate to be called forinterview. The District Child Protection Society (DCPS) may short list the candidates for interview on the basis of a rationale criterion to be adopted by the society. The decision of the DCPS in all matters relating to acceptance or rejection of an application, eligibility/ suitability of the candidates and criteria for selection etc. will be final and binding on the candidates. No inquiry or correspondence will be entertained in this regard. A candidate can submit only one application for particular category of post. He/She may submit different application for different post. Application form complete in all respects duly filled in by the candidates and signed in the specified space should be sent only(through Registered Post to the Programme Officer-cum-District Child Protection officer, District ICDS Cell, Rohtak) All the column of the application form should be filled in. Candidates applying for a post must ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions on the last date of application. If on verification at any time before or after the interview or appointment, it is found that they do not fulfill any of the eligibility condition or it is found that the information furnished is false or incorrect their candidature will be cancelled. The experience will be considered only after acquiring the essential qualification.

General Instructions:
1. Candidates who applied earlier may apply again. All the above posts are on contractual basis for three years.

2. The prescribed essential qualification does not entitle candidate to be called forinterview. The District Child Protection Society (DCPS) may short list the candidates for interview on the basis of a rationale criterion to be adopted by the society.

3. A candidate can submit only one application for particular category of post. He/She may submit different application for different post. Application form complete in all respects duly filled in by the candidates and signed in the specified space should be sent only(through Registered Post to the Programme Officer-cum-District Child Protection officer, District ICDS Cell, Rohtak) All the column of the application form should be filled in.

4 : Candidates applying for a post must ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions on the last date of application. If on verification at any time before or after the interview or appointment, it is found that they do not fulfill any of the eligibility condition or it is found that the information furnished is false or incorrect their candidature will be cancelled.

5 : Documents to be attached with the application form include ;(i) One copy of latest stamp size photograph duly attested should be pasted on the application from. (ii) Attested photocopy of essential qualifications and experience.

6 : An application form will be summarily rejected if (i) A candidate makes more than one application for a particular category/post. (ii) The application is unsigned/ incomplete. (iii) The application is received in the Society office after the closing date, society will not be responsible for any postal delay. (iv) A candidate does not possess the requisite academic qualification or experience on the cut off date.

7. The district derives its name from its headquarter’s town Rohtak which is said to be a correction of Rohtashgarh,a name still applied to the ruined sites(also called khokhrakot) of two older sites, one lying immediately north of the present town and other about 5 Kms.towards the east. Traditionally, it is named after Raja Rohtash in whose days city is said to have been built.

8. It is also claimed that the town derives its name from the Roherra (Tacoma undulate) tree called Rohitaka in Sanskrit. It is said that before the town came into existance,it was the site of a forest of Rohitaka trees and hence ita name became Rohtak.Another version connects Rohtak with Rohitaka, which is mentioned in Mahabharta in connection with campaign of Nakula, the Pandva warrior. History of the district as an Administrative unit.

9. The areas of Rohtak district under went many changes, extending over hundreds of years before the administrative unit emerged in its present from. Under the Mughal Emperor Akbar, when his Minister Todar Mal divided North India into administrative circles, the areas of Rohtak(as a part of Suba of Delhi) fell within the Sarkars of Delhi and Hisar firuqa.

10. Lying close to the imperial city of Delhi, the tract which now comprises the Rohtak district,was often granted in military Jagir by the Sultan and Mughal emperors to the Nobles of the court. For this reason Rajput, Brahman, Afgan,& Baluch chiefs

11. The areas of Rohtak frequently experienced a change of masters. The claims of Imperials were contested sometimes by the Rajputs,Jats & Sikhs and often by the Marathas. George Thomas, the protage of a Maratha leader, Appa Kandirao, established his authority at Hansi and extended it to Meham and Rohtak for a number of years, until Sindhia and various other regional forces combined to derive him away.

12. Sindhia was, however, not destined to hold for long his conquests to the west of the Yamuna. By the treaty of Surjit Arjungaon, signed on Dec. 30,1803, the Rohtak area alongwith the other possessions of Sindhia situtated to the west of Yamuna passed to the British and came under the administration of the North-west provinces.

13. The British had no intention at that time to hold large territories beyound the Yamuna. Accordingly, a number of Chiefs and leaders who had done good military service against the Marathas or had atleast remained neuthural,

14. Accordingly, the Jhajjar territory was given to Nawab Nijabat Ali Khan and the Baluch possessions at B.Garh to his brother, Nawab Ismail Khan. Gohana & Kharkhoda-Mandothi tehsils were given to Raja Bagh Singh of Jind & Bhai Lal Singh of Kaithal as life jagirs.

15. The estates of Hassngarh, Kirhauli, Pyladgarh(Pehladpur) and Khurampur in Sampla area were also granted to him for life. Rohtak,Beri and Meham tehsils of the present distt. were given to the Nawab of Dujana who resigned the major portion of the gift in A.D.1809 because it was beyond his power to manage it.

Tentative Last Date :20-03-2012

About the organization:
The district derives its name from its headquarter’s town Rohtak which is said to be a correction of Rohtashgarh,a name still applied to the ruined sites(also called khokhrakot) of two older sites, one lying immediately north of the present town and other about 5 Kms.towards the east. Traditionally, it is named after Raja Rohtash in whose days city is said to have been built. It is also claimed that the town derives its name from the Roherra (Tacoma undulate) tree called Rohitaka in Sanskrit. It is said that before the town came into existance,it was the site of a forest of Rohitaka trees and hence ita name became Rohtak.Another version connects Rohtak with Rohitaka, which is mentioned in Mahabharta in connection with campaign of Nakula, the Pandva warrior. History of the district as an Administrative unit. The areas of Rohtak district under went many changes, extending over hundreds of years before the administrative unit emerged in its present from. Under the Mughal Emperor Akbar, when his Minister Todar Mal divided North India into administrative circles, the areas of Rohtak(as a part of Suba of Delhi) fell within the Sarkars of Delhi and Hisar firuqa. Lying close to the imperial city of Delhi, the tract which now comprises the Rohtak district,was often granted in military Jagir by the Sultan and Mughal emperors to the Nobles of the court. For this reason Rajput, Brahman, Afgan,& Baluch chiefs have at different times enjoyed its revenues. On the death of Bahadur-Shah-I(1707-12),the successor of Aurangzeb, the Mugal empire began to decline rapidly. The areas of Rohtak frequently experienced a change of masters. The claims of Imperials were contested sometimes by the Rajputs,Jats & Sikhs and often by the Marathas. George Thomas, the protage of a Maratha leader,

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