Patwari, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Delhi Development Authority, Delhi Feb 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited only from the Indian citizens for the post of Patwari.
Post Name : Patwari : 107 ( likely to be increased )
Pay Scale : Rs. 5200 – 20200/- Grade Pay Rs. 1900/-
Age limit : Applicants should attain the age of 18 and 25 years as on 01.10.2011.
Educational Qualification & Experience :
Applicant must have passed 10+2 Examination from a recognized University / Board
Applicant should have a Diploma in patwari pass from a recognized University / board.
Work experience in Hindi / Urdu.
Desirable : Experience of Patwari job.
Mode of Selection : written test followed by interview.
How to apply : Applicants should submit their application strictly in the given format in which Age, Educational qualification, Details of experience and numbered copies of certificates. Attested passport size photograph Gazetted officer/Magistrate duly numbered and certificate from authorized officer about the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe and OBC should be enclosed. Applications complete in all respects should be sent to Dy. Director ( Personnel), DDA, B-Block , 3rd floor Vikas Bhawan, INA, New Delhi – 110023
Tentative Last Date: 20-03-2012
About the organization:
The Delhi Development Authority was created in 1957 under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act “to promote and secure the development of Delhi ” DDA has played a vital role in the orderly-yet-rapid development of Delhi. The city has become the residence of choice for more than 11 million people and this number continues to increase. Delhi became the focus of Lal Qilagovernment activity in 1911 when the British shifted the capital from Kolkata to Delhi The initial location proposed for the Capital was to the north of the Northern Ridge. It was later changed to the present location around Raisina Hills. Renowned town planners Edward Lutyens and Herbert Baker planned the city of New Delhi in the year 1912. Delhi in 1937In 1922 a tiny Nazul Office, comprising of 10 to 12 officials, was set up in the Collectorate of Delhi, the first authority to regulate the planned development of the city. In 1937, the Nazul office was upgraded to an Improvement Trust, constituted under the provisions of the United Provinces Improvement Act, 1911, to control building operations and regulate land usage. India’s Independence in 1947 and resultant migration increased Delhi’s population from 7 lakhs to 17 lakhs by 1951. Open spaces were occupied by migrants. Civic services virtually collapsed. Delhi Improvement Trust and Municipal Body, the two local bodies at that time, were not adequately equipped to cope up with the changing scenario. In order to plan Delhi and to Bazaarcheck its rapid and haphazard growth, the Central Government appointed a Committee under the chairmanship of Sh. G D. Birla in 1950. This Committee recommended a Single Planning & Controlling Authority for all the urban areas of Delhi. Consequently, the Delhi Development (Provisional) Authority – DDPA – was constituted by promulgating the Delhi (Control of Building Operations) Ordinance, 1955 (replaced by the Delhi Development Act, 1957) with the primary objective of ensuring the development of Delhi in accordance with a plan.# Planned development of Delhi is the main function of DDA under Sections 7 – 11A of the DD Act of 1957. Planning Department of DDA is one the largest team of the town planners in any Development Authority in the country. This Department prepare plans, policies and proposals for guiding Delhi’s planned development through the process of Master Plan, Zonal Plans, Action Area Plans and Urban Extension Projects etc.Delhi Traffic The plans normally include city level plans, sub-city level plans, comprehensive traffic and transportation plan, circulation network plans, traffic management schemes, environment management schemes etc. The sanctioning of building plans in the areas under DDA’s jurisdiction is also dealt in Planning Department.DDA commenced its housing activities in 1967 and has played a crucial role in providing more than a million houses to the people of Delhi, housing about half the population of the national capital. DDA has been constructing houses in Delhi according to the requirements and purchasing capacity of different strata of society DDA, from time to time, has been announcing schemes through newspapers and advertisements for various categories of flats.DDA Development Till Jan 2007, DDA has allotted a total of 3,67,724 flats (including the re-allotment of surrendered and cancelled flats). About half the allotments are to weaker sections of society and to those belonging to low income groups. Flats allotted by the DDA are provided with essential services like electricity, water and sewage disposal, besides other infrastructural facilities required to make them habitable. Till Jan 2007, DDA has DDA Flats Under Constrution announced 42 housing registration schemes for the benefit of the people and allotment of houses has been made to registrants of all 42 schemes.
Delhi Development Authority
Dy. Director ( Personnel),
DDA, B-Block , 3rd floor Vikas Bhawan, INA,
New Delhi – 110023
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