Last Date:06 Apr,2019
Advertisement No.: 01/2019
Dr Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University (RAU)
RAU Bihar is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for 193 permanent posts of Skilled Supporting Staff and Technical Positions.Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online from 06-03-2019 to 06-04-2019. Candidates must read all instruction carefully about meeting eligibility criteria and other norms before submission of online form.
Name of the post – Skilled Supporting Staff,Technical Positions & Various
No of post – 193
Pay Scale – Level-1,3,5,6,9,12
Master degree in Agril. Extension/ Journalism/ Mass Communication OR Bachelor degree PG Diploma in Journalism/ Mass Communication with experience.
General Instructions:tamilnadu govt employment
- A person whose age is less than 18 years shall not be appointed to any post in the University.
- In order to avoid last minute rush, the candidates are advised to apply early enough. The University will not be responsible for network problems or any other problem of this nature in submission of online application during the last days.
- Candidates are advised to satisfy themselves before applying that they possess at least the minimum essential qualification/experience laid down for the post.
- MINIMUM ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: All applicants must fulfill the essential requirements of the post and other conditions stipulated in the advertisement. They are advised to satisfy themselves, before applying, that they possess at least the essential qualifications laid down for various posts. No enquiry asking for advice as to eligibility will be entertained.
- The prescribed essential qualifications are the minimum and the mere possession of the same does not entitle candidates to be called for Written Test/Interview.
- Separate application (along with application fee) should be filled for each post applied for.
- A candidate whether he belongs to General or reserved category viz. SC/ST/OBC/EWS/PwD can submit only one online application form for a particular category of post advertised. No offline form will be accepted (except for Farm Pond Manager, Farm Manager, Seed Processing Plant Engineer and Information Officer). All the relevant columns of the application form should be filled-in.
- Filling all mandatory fields are required to make your application complete.
- Incomplete applications will not be considered and will be REJECTED.
- Qualifications/eligibility conditions, age and other documents will be determined with regard to last date fixed to apply Online/Offline applications also called as closing date i.e. 6thApril 2019 (for all Technical and Skilled Supporting Staff Positions) given in the advertisement.
- Any change of address from the one given in the online application form should at once be communicated to Recruitment Cell of the University at email@example.com
- The process of selection may be by qualifying test followed by a written test/presentation/interview or a combination thereof.
- Applications, except Online, will not be accepted. The printed copy of the online application form with original certificates and photocopy of self-attested certificates must be brought at the time of Verification/Scrutiny-cum-Interview along with Photo, Identity Proof i.e., Identity Card/Driving License/Passport/Voter ID Card/PAN Card/Aadhar Card etc. No offline application form or copy of downloaded application form will be accepted by the University (except for the post of Farm Pond Manager, Farm Manager, Seed Processing Plant Engineer and Information Officer).
- In case of any technical problems, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- No interim correspondence shall be entertained.
- The list of short-listed candidates for Interview/Written Examination/Skill Test and details of Interview/Written Examination/Skill Test will be published on the University Website i.e., www.rpcau.ac.in only. NO SEPARATE CALL LETTER WILL BE SENT TO THE CANDIDATES (except for Farm Pond Manager, Farm Manager, Seed Processing Plant Engineer and Information Officer, if required). Applicants are advised to check the University Website regularly.
- The University will not be responsible for any loss of E-mail sent, due to invalid/wrong E-mail ID provided by the candidates or for delay/non-receipt of information, if a candidate fails to access his/her email/website in time. Candidates are advised to visit the University Website regularly.
- After the Written Examination/Interview, in case of selections the appointment will be provisional and is subject to the caste certificate being verified through the proper channels. If the verification reveals that the claim of the candidate to belong to ST/SC/OBC (non-creamy layer)/EWS is false, his/her services will be terminated forthwith without assigning any further reasons and without prejudice to such further action as may be taken under the provisions of Indian Penal Code for production of false certificate.
- Acceptance of documents submitted by an applicant shall be subject to verification by the competent authority. If any document is found to be false/fake/incorrect/malafide either before or after appointment, the document shall be summarily rejected and action may be initiated against the candidate which may lead to cancellation of his/her appointment, as the case may be
- The appointment of a candidate shall be subject to verification of character & antecedents and caste certificate by the competent authority. Until the verification report of character & antecedents and caste certificate is received, the appointment shall be treated as provisional. In case the report with regard to his/her conducts, character, antecedents, caste certificate etc., is found to be unsatisfactory or false, the appointment shall be cancelled/terminated forthwith.
- The selected candidates shall be required to perform duties as per the Rules of the University, as amended from time to time. The University shall be free to assign any duty as per the exigency of the situation at any time even during non-working hours/holidays which the employee shall have to perform without fail to avoid any disciplinary action.
- The candidate will have to present himself/herself for a Written Test/interview, if called for, at the place and time mentioned at his own expenses. However, the out-side candidates belonging to SC/ST categories will be defrayed sleeper class rail fare, and in case any station is not connected by rail, ordinary bus fare shall be paid by shortest route, if called for interview against the reserved positions only of the University as per the Govt. of India rule. No extra charges, if any, incurred for reserving seat/sleeping berth in the train will, however, be reimbursed to the candidates. The above-mentioned conditions are not admissible to those ST/SC candidates who are already in Central/State Government service/or holding any other employment.
- In the imperial Gazetteer of India 1878, Pusa was recorded as a government estate of about 1350 acres in Darbhanba. It was acquired by East India Company for running a stud farm to supply better breed of horses mainly for the army. Frequent incidence of glanders disease (swelling of glands), mostly affecting the valuable imported bloodstock made the civil veterinary department to shift the entire stock out of Pusa. A British tobacco concern Beg Sutherland & co. got the estate on lease but it also left in 1897 abandoning the government estate of Pusa.
- Lord Mayo, The Viceroy and Governor General, had been repeatedly trying to get through his proposal for setting up a directorate general of Agriculture that would take care of the soil and its productivity, formulate newer techniques of cultivation, improve the quality of seeds and livestock and also arrange for imparting agricultural education. The government of India had invited a British expert. Dr. J. A. Voelcker who had submitted as report on the development of Indian agriculture. As a follow-up action, three experts in different fields were appointed for the first time during 1885 to 1895 namely, agricultural chemist (Dr. J. W. Leafer), cryptogamic botanist (Dr. R. A. Butler) and entomologist (Dr. H. Maxwell Lefroy) with headquarters at Dehradun (U.P.) in the forest Research Institute complex.
- Surprisingly, until now Pusa, which was destined to become the centre of agricultural revolution in the country, was lying as before an abandoned government estate. In 1898. Lord Curzon took over as the viceroy. A widely traveled person and an administrator, he salvaged out the earlier proposal and got London’s approval for the appointment of the inspector General of Agriculture to which the first incumbent Mr. J. Mollison (Dy. Director of Agriculture, Bombay) joined in 1901 with headquarters at Nagpur.
- The then government of Bengal had mooted in 1902 a proposal to the centre for setting up a model cattle farm for improving the dilapidated condition of the livestock at Pusa estate where plenty of land, water and feed would be available, and with Mr. Mollison’s support this was accepted in principle. Around Pusa, there were many British planters and also an indigo research centre Dalsing Sarai (near Pusa). Mr. Mollison’s visits to this mini British kingdom and his strong recommendations. In favour of Pusa as the most ideal place for the Bengal government project obviously caught the attention for the viceroy.
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