Development Officer,, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Tea Board of India , Kolkata May 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited for the post of Development Officer for the Small Tea Growers Directorate as applicable to Group B officers of the Board for posting at various field
offices of the Tea Board located in the following States
Zone Location of the offices of the Board Number of Vacancies
1.North Eastern Zone Assam and Tripura 18
2.South Zone Kerala and Tamil Nadu 15
3. Rest of India West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, 08andhra pradesh government jobs
Pay Scale : Rs.9300-34800/- with Grade pay `4200/- plus other allowances
The Educational qualifications for the posts : The applicant must be a graduate in Agriculture/Botany from a recognized University.
Age Limit : 32 years as on 30.04.2012 Relaxable for reserved categories as per relevant Govt. orders.
Period of Probation : Two Years
Fees :One Indian Postal Order or Bank draft for ` 100/- drawn in favour of Tea Board, payable at Kolkata towards application fee. SC/ST/PH/Ex- SVM candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.
How to Apply : The applicants fulfilling the above eligibility conditions are to submit application as per the prescribed format given below along with the copies of following documents are to be sent by Registered Post/Speed Post to theSecretary,Tea Board,14 BTM Sarani,Kolkata 700 001
(a) The candidates applying should ensure that they fulfill all eligibility criteria.Their admission to all the stages of selection process will be purelyprovisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility criteria mentionedin this advertisement.
(b) Pre-requisites are minimums and mere possession of the same does notentitle the candidate to be called for the selection process.
(c) If the candidate knowingly or willfully furnishes incorrect or false particularsor suppresses material information, he/she will be disqualified and ifengaged, shall be liable for dismissal without any notice or assigning anyreasons whatsoever.
(d) The decision of the Tea Board in all matters relating to selection shall be finaland no individual correspondence will be entertained.
(e) The Tea Board reserves the right to cancel the Advertisement fully or partlyon any grounds and such decision of the Tea Board will not be notified orintimated to the candidates.
(f) Employees working in Government/Semi-Government Undertaking will haveto send their application through “Proper Channel”. However they may sendan advance copy so as to reach Tea Board before the due date. In the evento clearing the written test, they have to produce No Objection Certificatefrom their organizations/employers at the time of interview.
(g) The application must be submitted in the Proforma given in this website inthe same order preferably typewritten on foolscap paper.
Tentative Last Date:15-05-2012
About the organization:
Tea is one of the industries, which by an Act of Parliament comes under the control of the Union Govt. The genesis of the Tea Board India dates back to 1903 when the Indian Tea Cess Bill was passed. The Bill provided for levying a cess on tea exports – the proceeds of which were to be used for the promotion of Indian tea both within and outside India. The present Tea Board set up under section 4 of the Tea Act 1953 was constituted on 1st April 1954. It has succeeded the Central Tea Board and the Indian Tea Licencing Committee which functioned respectively under the Central Tea Board Act, 1949 and the Indian Tea Control Act, 1938 which were repealed. The activities of the two previous bodies had been confined largely to regulation of tea cultivation and export of tea as required by the International Tea Agreement then in force, and promotion of tea Consumption.Organisation of the Board: The present Tea Board is functioning as a statutory body of the Central Government under the Ministry of Commerce. The Board is constituted of 31 members (including Chairman) drawn from Members of Parliament, tea producers, tea traders, tea brokers, consumers, and representatives of Governments from the principal tea producing states, and trade unions . The Board is reconstituted every three years.Vigilance Cell: Tea Board’s Vigilance Cell is headed by the Deputy Chairman of the Board who has been appointed as the Chief Vigilance Officer of the Board by the Central Vigilance Commission. The Cell engages itself with surveillance and preventive vigilance, in addition to taking appropriate action in matters arising out of information / complaints. The Cell attends to queries of the Government of India and the Central Vigilance Commission as and when such queries are received.
Tea Board of India
14 BTM Sarani,
Kolkata 700 001
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