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Job or Vacancy Description:
RPSC invites application for the open cometitive examination for 1106 posts of Rajasthan Aadministrative Services (RAS) and Allied Services (RTS) as detailes given below:
Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) : 289 posts
Rajasthan Administrative Service : 57 posts
Rajasthan Police Service : 52 posts
Rajasthan Accounts Service : 22 postsandhra pradesh government jobs
Rajasthan Cooperative Service : 32 posts
Rajasthan Employment Office Service : 02 posts
Rajasthan Jail Service : 03 posts
Rajasthan Industry Service : 12 posts
Rajasthan State Insurance Service : 12 posts
Rajasthan Commercial Tax Service : 19 posts
Rajasthan Tourism Service : 04 posts
Rajasthan Transport Service : 02 posts
Rajasthan Women and Child Development Service : 19 posts
Rajasthan Devasthan Service : 02 posts
Rajasthan Rural Development State Service : 51 posts
Allied Services :
Rajasthan Subordinate Devasthan Service : 14 posts
Rajasthan Subordinate Cooperative Service : 460 posts
Rajasthan Tehsildar Service : 85 posts
Rajasthan Excise Subordinate Service : 100 posts
Rajasthan Subordinate Service (Jr. Employment Officer) : 05 posts
Rajasthan Industry Subordinate Service : 08 posts
Rajasthan Commercial (Sales) Tax Subordinate Service : 33 posts
Rajasthan Food Public Distribution Service : 103 posts
Rajasthan Women and Child Development Service Subordinate Service : 09 posts
Age : Min 21 year and Max. 35 years as on 1/1/2013. Relaxation as per Rajasthan Govt. orders.
Educational Qualification : Graduate in any discipline.
How to apply : There will a be written Competitive Exam (Preliminary) at all of the district headquarters of the Rajasthan in April/May 2012. Apply Online at RPSC website http://rpsconline.rajasthan.gov.in on or before 10/03/2012 only at Information : Further information like qualification, reservation of posts, how to fill the form, scheme of examination etc.
1. Sisodia Rani Garden has tiered multilevel gardens with fountains, water channel and painted pavilions and suites of living rooms. Amongst others, Vidhyadhar-ka-Bagh is the best preserved one, with shady trees, flowing water, an open pavilion. It was built by the planner of the city,Vidhyadhar.
2. Rajasthan is a haven for a wide spectrum of wildlife. The topography of Rajasthan ranges from the barren desert, scrub-thorn arid forests,rocks and ravines to wetlands and lush, green forests. And each of these areas houses a large variety of animal and bird life. Some of them rare while some endangered.
3. Rajasthan is the home of the tigers, black bucks,chinkara, the rare desert fox,the endangered caracal, the great Indian bustard,gavial, monitor lizard,wild boars,porcupine. Migratory birds like the common crane, ducks,coots, pelicans and the rare Siberian cranes,imperial sandgrouse, falcons, buzzards flocks to this state during the winter months.
4. The joy of being aloft in the wind and the thrill of defying the elements is what parasailing and ballooning are all about. Unlike other aerosports, in these, once off the ground, the sportsman is on his own. Since the skies are an element foreign to us, it would be judicious to take all precautions before indulging in the joy afforded by the sports.
5. In a class by themselves, these heritage hotels extend their own unique services to the tourist. Dressed almost always in traditional turbans and dhotis,the old family retainers cater to the same kind of care and hospitality to the tourists as they do to their personal guests.In most of these havelies,the host himself is always around to ensure that the guest is comfortable and well looked after.
6. What these palaces lack by way of five-star facilities they more than make up by the personalized service that they extend. The Department of Tourism takes active interest in promoting these heritage hotels. Some are listed below. A more detailed list is available with the Department of Tourism,Government of Rajasthan.
Tentative Last Date :10-03-2012
About the organization:
Rajput clans emerged and held their sway over different parts of Rajasthan from about 700 AD. Before that, Rajasthan was a part of several republics. It was a part of the Mauryan Empire. Other major republics that dominated this region include the Malavas, Arjunyas, Yaudhyas, Kushans, Saka Satraps, Guptas and Hunas. The Rajput clans ascendancy in Indian history was during the period from the eighth to the twelfth century AD. The Pratihars ruled Rajasthan and most of northern India during 750-1000 AD. Between 1000-1200 AD, Rajasthan witnessed the struggle for supremacy between Chalukyas, Parmars and Chauhans. Medieval Period, 1201 – 1707 Around 1200 AD a part of Rajasthan came under Muslim rulers. The principal centers of their powers were Nagaur and Ajmer. Ranthanbhor was also under their suzerainty. At the beginning of the 13th century AD, the most prominent and powerful state of Rajasthan was Mewar. Rajasthan had never been united politically until its domination by Mughal Emperor – Akbar. Akbar created a unified province of Rajasthan. Mughal power started to decline after 1707. The political disintegration of Rajasthan was caused by the dismemberment of the Mughal Empire. The Marathas penetrated Rajasthan upon the decline of the Mughal Empire. In 1755 they occupied Ajmer. The beginning of the 19th Century was marked by the onslaught of the Pindaris. In 1817-18 the British Government concluded treaties of alliance with almost all the states of Rajputana. Thus began the British rule over Rajasthan, then called Rajputana.
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