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Meghalaya Jail Recruitment 2019, [53 Posts] check details

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JOB | November 6, 2019:

Director General of Prisons, Meghalaya invites applications in the prescribed Standard Form from candidates who are permanent residents of Meghalaya, to fill the vacancies in the various posts in the Inspectorate of Prisons.

  1. Post Name:- Counsellor
    No of posts:- 5
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level 12.
    Educational Qualification:- M.A/ M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology, M.A/ M.Sc. in Counselling Psychology, MSW (Specialization in Counselling/ Psychology), M.A in Social Work (specialization in Counselling/ Psychology/ Criminology/ Criminal Justice).
  2. Post Name:- Asstt. Jailor
    No of posts:- 3
    Age limit:- 22- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level 11.
    Educational Qualification:– Graduate in any discipline. Post Graduate Degree/ Diploma in Criminology will be preferred.
  3. Post Name:- Electrician-Cum-Plumber
    No of posts:- 1
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level 4.
    Educational Qualification:- Class VIII passed with ITT certification in the Electrician and Plumbing Trades.
  4. Post Name:- Warder (Male)
    No of posts:- 19
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level- 3.
    Educational Qualification:- Matriculate from any recognized Institution.
  5. Post Name:- Warder (Female)
    No of posts:- 1
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level- 3.
    Educational Qualification:- Matriculate from any recognized Institution.
  6. Post Name:- Driver
    No of posts:- 3
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level- 3.
    Educational Qualification:– Matriculate and must possess a valid Driving License for four-wheelers and for medium commercial vehicles or higher capacity.
  7. Post Name:- Naik (Armed Branch) Male
    No of posts:- 14
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level- 2.
    Educational Qualification:- Matriculate from any recognized Institution.
  8. Post Name:- Medical Attendant
    No of posts:- 1
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level- 1.
    Educational Qualification:- Matriculate. Preference will be given to candidates possessing qualifications in nursing/ para-medical care, from a recognized Institute.
  9. Post Name:- Chowkidar
    No of posts:- 1
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Pay Scale:- Level- 1.
    Educational Qualification:- Class VIII passed.
  10. Post Name:- Data Entry Operator-Cum- Programmer
    No of posts:- 5 (Contractual Post)
    Age limit:- 18- 27 years as on 01-01-2019. Upper age relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
    Salary:- Rs. 20,000/- per month.
    Educational Qualification:- Candidates should have passed B.E/ B.Tech in Computer Science or BE/ B.Tech in Information Technology or B.E/B. Tech in Electronics and Communication, BE/ B.Tech in Electronics and Telecommunication or BCA (3 years), B.Sc. (Computer Science) from a recognized university.

How to apply:- The application form should be submitted in a sealed envelope containing attested copies of the following and submitted to the nearest Jail or at the office of the Asstt. Inspector General of Prisons Cum Member Secretary, Prisons Recruitment Board, Meghalaya on any working day between 10:00 A.M and 4:00 P.M.

List of documents to be submitted

1.4 (four) recent passport size photographs (one of which is to be pasted on the application form, one on the Admit Card, one on the counterfoil of the Admit Card and one spare copy).
2.The original copy of the Treasury Challan (Shillong North Treasury) for an amount of Rs. 380/- only, for the posts at Sl. 1 & 2, Rs. 180/- only, for the posts at Sl. 3, 4, 5 & 6 and Rs. 130/- only, for the posts at Sl. 7, 8 & 9, paid to the Head of Account “0056-Jails-800-Other receipt-03 (Other items)”. The fees above are applicable for candidates belonging to non-SC/ST categories. Half of the fees specified above are to be paid by candidates from SC/ST categories.
3.Scheduled Tribe/Scheduled Caste Certificate.
4.Birth Certificate issued by the Registrar of Births and Deaths.
5.Educational qualification certificates.
6.Certificate(s) of additional qualification, if any, relevant to the post applied for.
7.One self-addressed window envelope with a pasted stamp of Rs. 5 (Rupees five) only.

The last date for receipt of applications is 04.12.2019. Applications received after the last date will not be entertained.

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Selection Procedure:-

Candidates shall have to appear for the Physical Test, Written Examination and Interview at their own expense on the date and at the place indicated in the Admit Card for the Test/Interview.

Only those candidates who qualify in the Physical Efficiency Test will be allowed to appear for the written examination.

There will be no Physical Efficiency Test for the posts of Counsellor/ Electrician-Cum-Plumber/ Driver/ Medical Attendant/ Chowkidar/ Data Entry Operator-Cum-Programmer.

Only those candidates who qualify in the Written Examination will be allowed to appear for the Personal Interview.

For more details, visit www.megprisons.gov.in

Conrad Sangma calls for stringent steps to arrest revenue leakages

Conrad Sangma, Meghalaya, Revenue leakages,

SHILLONG | October 16, 2019:

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma has called for more stringent monitoring by concerned government departments to arrest revenue leakages in the state.

Addressing a training programme on GST for State Tax Officers here on Monday, the chief minister said the state government is working at ways to strengthen and increase its revenue collection and urged all officers to be more innovative in their strategies to plug the loopholes and improve the system.

Lauding the efforts of revenue generation departments in meeting their annual targets, the chief minister at the same time cautioned the departments against complacency and exhorted officers to be committed to their work.

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“I have observed that revenue collection figures for last year have gone up from Rs 500 crore to Rs 878 crore. I am sure that we will be able to achieve much more in this financial year. If all of us put our heads together and work together we will see a huge jump in revenue collection,” he said.

The chief minister said Meghalaya depends 85 per cent on central government revenue sources and stressed on the need to increase the states contribution by strengthening its sources of revenue.

He said similar training programmes would also be extended to all revenue-generating government departments to increase the knowledge base of field officers and personnel working at the grassroots level.

 

 

Meghalaya: Three people sustain injuries in road accident at Ri Bhoi

By Our Reporter | NONGPOH, Jan 11, 2018:

Three people sustained injuries in a road accident that took place at Saw Kilo, Bhoirymbong Ri Bhoi on Thursday morning at around 7.50 am.

The accident happened when one Maruti Alto 800 bearing registration ML 10 B 2161, which was on the way to Shillong went and hit a truck that was coming out from a petrol pump trying to get into the main road.

Eye witnesses mentioned that the truck was coming out all of a sudden which caused the driver of the Maruti to loose control of his vehicle and caused the accident.

All the injured victims hail from Bhoirymbong and they have been identified as Buhroi Syiemiong (21) and Therina Mawlong (61).

The 108 service was quickly alerted and the 108 ambulance based at Bhoirymbong CHC was immediately dispatched for this case and shifted all the injured victims for treatment to Bhoirymbong CHC.

Meghalaya: Prominent Politicians who will be missed by Meghalaya Assembly after 2018 Elections!

March 26, 2018

The recently concluded Meghalaya Assembly Election 2018 proved to be not only a game changer but also a fate changer for the state. While many new faces came to power, TNT- The Northeast Today brings to you a list of prominent politicians from Meghalaya who the Assembly will miss. Watch the video below:

Know your politicians -Meghalaya Chapter | Facts you need to know about Ampareen Lyngdoh

FACTS | September 27, 2018:

Born in Shillong, Dr Mazel Ampareen Lyngdoh is an Indian politician from the state of Meghalaya. She is a member of the 10th Meghalaya Legislative Assembly representing the East Shillong Constituency. She is a leader of the Indian National Congress.

Lameca A. Passah crowned Miss Jowai 2018-19

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Beauty with a Purpose: This year’s Miss Jowai Pageant paved the way for contestants to be ambassadors for the SVEEP in creating awareness among youth and the differently-abled to enroll and exercise their right to vote.

TNT News | Jowai, Oct 07, 2018: 

“Beauty with a Purpose” was this year’s Miss Jowai pageant’s focal point as organizers adopt a multi-pronged approach to provide opportunity not only to the aspiring models but also to lend a helping hands to the children of Little Angels School, Moosalyngkat Jowai in West Jaintia Hills.

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