Last Date:22 March,2019
Department of Education
Department of Education, Chandigarh Administration invites application for the post of 196 Trained Graduate Teachers on contract basis. Apply Online before 22 March 2019. Chandigarh Administration Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.chandigarh.gov.in
Name of the post – Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs)
No of post – 196
Pay Scale – 45756/- (Per Month)
General Instruction:govt jobs
- The number of vacancies advertised may vary as per requirement.
- The candidates applying for the posts of TGT should ensure that they fulfil the eligibility conditions as per details mentioned in the advertisement. Their candidature will be provisional at all the stages of recruitment process i.e. Acceptance of online applications, issue of admit cards and scrutiny of original documents. Eligibility status will be uploaded on the website in respect of those candidates who are called for scrutiny of original documents.
- Mere issue of Admit Card or appearing in the written test or scrutiny of original documents does not imply that candidate is eligible for the post of TGT. In case,any information is found wrong at any stage even after joining, the candidature will be cancelled without any notice.
- Wherever the evaluation is in terms of grades, the candidate must attach the conversion scale. For equivalent qualifications, equivalence certificate issued on or before the closing date is to be submitted at the time of scrutiny of original documents.
- Documents for claiming benefit of reserved category should be obtained from competent authority not less than Deputy Commissioner / Additional Deputy Commissioner / SDM / District Sainik Welfare Board / Chief Medical Officer.
- Where an Ex-serviceman is not available for recruitment against a reserved vacancy, such a vacancy shall be reserved to be filled in by recruitment of the wife or one dependent child of an Ex-serviceman, who has neither been recruited against a reserved vacancy as per rules. Further, wife or the dependent child of the ex-serviceman shall be recruited against the reserved vacancy subject to the conditions that: – (i) He or she possesses the prescribed qualifications and is within the prescribed age limits; (ii) He or she is not already in service; (iii) He or she will be eligible to avail the benefit only once in life.
- Eligible dependents of ex-serviceman will be required to submit Lineal Dependent Certificate on a prescribed format at the time of document verification.
- The candidates are advised to ensure that photograph affixed by them on the application form is latest. It is also to be ensured that signatures have been affixed at appropriate place.
- The decision of Samagra Shiksha, Chandigarh about the mode of selection to the post and eligibility conditions of applicant shall be final and binding. No correspondence will be entertained in this regard.
- All the candidates who will submit complete online application (alongwith photograph and scanned signatures) on or before closing date along with requisite fee will be issued admit cards to appear in Written Test without checking eligibility conditions. Eligibility of the candidates will be checked after declaration of result of Written Test as per details mentioned under selection procedure. Simply appearing in the written test does not give any right to the candidate for appointment.
- Topics/curriculum for subject specific questions (number of questions-75) will be uploaded later on.
- Examination centres for written test will be notified at the time of downloading of admit card-cum-Roll No. slip. The candidates will report at the examination centre one hour before the scheduled time along with admit card-cum-Roll No. slip,latest photograph and ID proof.
- No request for change of examination centre will be entertained
- Selection will be made purely on the basis of merit in written test subject to fulfilment of eligibility conditions and simply appearing in the written test does not give any right to the candidate for appointment. As such, candidates are advised to ensure that they fulfill eligibility conditions for the post applied.
- After the conduct of written test answer key will be uploaded on website as per schedule for submission of objections by the candidates.
- Marks obtained by the candidates in written test will be uploaded on the website.
- Merit list prepared on the basis of marks in written test will be uploaded on the website and on the basis of said merit; candidates will be called for scrutiny of original document and checking of eligibility conditions.
- In case two or more candidates are having same marks in written test then a candidate having higher marks in C-TET (Paper-II) will rank higher in the merit.
- In the first round, candidates to be called for scrutiny of original documents under each category will be 1.5 time (one and half time) the number of posts under each category.
- Chandigarh, the dream city of India’s first Prime Minister, Sh. Jawahar Lal Nehru, was planned by the famous French architect Le Corbusier. Picturesquely located at the foothills of Shivaliks, it is known as one of the best experiments in urban planning and modern architecture in the twentieth century in India.
- Chandigarh derives its name from the temple of “Chandi Mandir” located in the vicinity of the site selected for the city. The deity ‘Chandi’, the goddess of power and a fort of ‘garh’ laying beyond the temple gave the city its name “Chandigarh-The City Beautiful”.
- The city has a pre-historic past. The gently sloping plains on which modern Chandigarh exists, was in the ancient past, a wide lake ringed by a marsh. The fossil remains found at the site indicate a large variety of aquatic and amphibian life, which was supported by that environment. About 8000 years ago the area was also known to be a home to the Harappans.
- Since the medieval through modern era, the area was part of the large and prosperous Punjab Province which was divided into East & West Punjab during partition of the country in 1947. The city was conceived not only to serve as the capital of East Punjab, but also to resettle thousands of refugees who had been uprooted from West Punjab.
- In March, 1948, the Government of Punjab, in consultation with the Government of India, approved the area of the foothills of the Shivaliks as the site for the new capital. The location of the city site was a part of the erstwhile Ambala district as per the 1892-93 gazetteer of District Ambala. The foundation stone of the city was laid in 1952. Subsequently, at the time of reorganization of the state on 01.11.1966 into Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pardesh, the city assumed the unique distinction of being the capital city of both, Punjab and Haryana while it itself was declared as a Union Territory and under the direct control of the Central Government.
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