Last Date:05 Jan,2020
Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India (TRIFED)
TRIFED is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for 96 posts of Junior Commercial Assistant, Junior Accountant and Various.Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online by 05-01-2020 , after making sure that they meet the concerned eligibility criteria. All personal and educational details must be mentioned properly.
Name of the post – Junior Commercial Assistant, Junior Accountant and Various
No of post – 96
Pay Scale – Rs.123100-215900,Rs.78800-209200
10th or ITI / Graduate / Masters Degree .
General Instruction:upsc notifications
- Only Indian nationals are eligible to apply.
- Immediate relatives of the serving TRIFED employees are ineligible to apply.
- Closing date for submission Application is 30.11.2019.The cut-off date for considering the candidature will be 01.07.2019 for all the posts.
- There will be no negative marking.
- Test Paper will be bilingual: English & Hindi.
- Any modifications/amendments/instructions in the advertisement will be given on TRIFED website only.
- Response Query Management will be made operational on the TRIFED website after written examination (CBT) is over for inviting comments/responses/objections, if any, from the candidates. Thereafter, objections will be referred to experts and key will be finalized by examination conducting agency for preparation of result. Objections, if any, will have to be submitted by candidates through online portal only within the specified period, objections received from other means like post, e-mail etc. will not be entertained.
- Results of the written examination (CBT) will be published on TRIFED Website in due course. No enquiry in between in this regard will be entertained by TRIFED.
- The list of candidates called for Interview/Skill-Test will be displayed on the TRIFED website.
- The list of short-listed candidates for recruitment to all the posts will be displayed on the TRIFED website. No separate correspondence shall be entertained in this regard.
- Canvassing in any form will disqualify a candidate.
- The TRIFED may take up the verification of eligibility of the candidate at any point of time prior to or after the completion of the selection process. Even if Admit Card is issued to a candidate due to lack of information in the application form or otherwise and if it is found at any stage (including the date of joining & thereafter) that the candidate is not eligible, then his/her candidature shall be summarily rejected.
- All information/announcements with respect to this recruitment process shall be done through the TRIFED website. Important information regarding this recruitment will be available on TRIFED website and as such, candidates are advised to visit the same frequently. It is the responsibility of the candidate to download/print the e-Admit Card/Interview Call Letter/Skill-Test Call Letter/other information related to this recruitment displayed on the TRIFED website i.e. www.trifed.in. TRIFED will not be responsible for any loss of e-mail sent, due to invalid/wrong e-mail ID provided by the candidate(s) or due to any other reasons.Candidate’s e-mail ID and mobile number should be kept valid till the completion of recruitment process.
- TRIFED may, at its discretion, hold re-examination as and when necessary in case need arises for the same. In such an eventuality, candidate will have to appear for such reexamination at his/her own cost.
- No TA/DA etc. will be paid for appearing in the Computer Based Test (CBT)/Interview/Skill-Test.
- Selected candidates are liable to be posted anywhere in India and abroad.
- In case any discrepancy or variation in the translated version of this advertisement is found in Hindi or any other language, the text provided in the English version shall be treated as final.
- Any dispute with regard to this recruitment shall be subject to the court having its jurisdiction in Delhi only.
How To Apply:
- Candidates must apply online through the website www.trifed.in. No other means/mode of application will be accepted.
- Candidates can apply for a maximum of two posts separately.
- Candidate should read the instructions carefully before applying. Incomplete applications will be summarily rejected.
- Candidates are advised to retain the copy of filled application form for future references and are further advised not to send any hardcopies through post or email to TRIFED.
- Application once submitted cannot be modified.
- Candidates are required to keep active their Email-ID and Mobile Number registered in online application till the completion of this recruitment process. TRIFED will send communications only at the registered email ID/mobile of the candidates.
- Before applying online, candidate will be required to have a scanned (digital) image of his/her recent photograph and signature for uploading. The scanned photograph and signature should be in JPG/JPEG format only and maximum digital size of scanned photograph and signature should be between 20kb to 100kb.
- Candidate should first scan their photograph and signature, ensuring that photograph and signature are as per the prescribed specification. If the size of the file is less than or more than the prescribed specification, then adjust the settings of the scanner (or resize the image).
- Candidates are advised in their own interest to apply online much before the closing date and not wait till the last date to avoid the possibility of congestion in server to log on etc.
- Have a valid personal email ID and mobile no., which should be kept active till the completion of this Recruitment Process. TRIFED may send intimation to download call letters for the Examination etc. through the registered e-mail ID. In case a candidate does not have a valid personal e-mail ID, he/she should create his/her new e-mail ID and mobile no. before applying online and must maintain that email account and mobile number till the completion of recruitment process.
- Tribals are known to be the autochthonous people of the land. Tribals are often referred to ‘adivasi’, ‘vanvasi’, ‘pahari’, ‘adimjati’, ‘anusuchit janjati’, etc. India has the second largest tribal population in the world, the first being Africa and tribal Communities are the integral segment of Indian society. India, with a variety of ecosystems, presents a varied tribal population throughout its length and breadth depicting a complex cultural mosaic. India is a home for large number of tribal people, known as “ADVASI”. Nearly all the tribal people of India have been in almost continuous contact with their neighbours, who live by farming and a large number of specialized manual industries (Bose, 1971 : 2). This contact goes back, at least, to the days of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata; for in them there are references to tribal communities who are referred to as Jana. When, in his exile, Rama reached the borders of the forests of Central India, the land was introduced to him as the abode of the tribal people, Janasthana
- The areas inhabited by the tribal constitute a significant part of the under developed areas of the country. The tribal people have rich traditions, cultures and heritage with unique life styles and customs. Despite some regional variation, the tribes share many common traits, including living in relative geographical isolation, and being relatively more homogeneous and more self-contained than the non-tribal social groups.
- India’s population includes nearly one hundred million tribal people. These numbers are matchedonly by the remarkable diversity of India’s tribes. The two main regions of tribal settlement are the country’s northeastern states bordering China and Burma, and the highlands and plains of its central and southern regions. The latter is home to more than 80 per cent of the tribes, which differ from the northeastern tribes in ethnicity and in having experienced greater “intrusion of the Indian mainstream and of the pan-Indian model of the state, society, economy and culture”. There are also differences in the extent to which the tribes interact with non-tribal communities. While the northeastern tribes are usually isolated communities, the tribes in peninsular India may at times coexist with non-tribal people.
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