Collector Office Baloda Bazar Recruitment Notification 2017 | 06 Peon, Asst Posts | All About Baloda Bazar For GK





DMFT Vacancy 2017 – Development Asst, Asst, Peon (06 Post) Notification Application Form- Collector Office Balodabazar Recruitment 2017: – Balodabazar Collector Office Released Officials Notification for the recruitment of Development Asst, Asst, PeonVacancy 06 Posts. Interested candidates can apply by 13th November 2017.



Collector Office  Balodabazar Recruitment Notification 2017
 


Educational Qualifications 

  • 1. Candidates should have Any Degree & PG.
  • 2. To Know Post wise education qualification details please go to official notification.

Age Limitations

  • 1. Candidates should be age Limit Minimum 18 years and Maximum 35 years.
  • 2. Age Relaxation: – Age relaxation as per on Government Rules and Regulation.


Important Dates to Remember

  • 1. Notification Date:- 9th November 2017.
  • 2. Last Date to Apply Online:- 13th November 2017.

Pay Scale Details Information

  • To Know pay scale details go to official notification.

How To Apply/ Address

  • 1. Postal Address:- The Chief Executive Officer, Zila Panchayat, District – Balodbazar – Bhatapara
  • 2. Eligible candidates may apply through the website balodabazar.gov.in by  13th November 2017 or Click on the below How to Apply links.

Selection Procedure to Apply

  • Candidates will be selected based on Merit, Computer Practical Test & Skill Test.


Admit Card & Answer Keys & Result

  • Collector Office Balodabazar – Development Asst, Asst, Peon you can take print out of your Admit Card or Result from here: –
  •  Admit Card
  •  Merit List 
  •  Result 

How to Apply 

Collector Office Balodabazar Development, Asst, Peon 06 Post Application Form


  • Collector Office Balodabazar – Development Asst, Asst, Peon Vacancy Application Form or New Registration from here: –
  •  Application Form



ABOUT Baloda Bazar (For GK) You Should Know


The geographical location of Baulda Bazar Nagar is 270m from sea level between 21.300 54 'to 31.450 14' North Latitude and 42.020 17 'to 82.290 07' East longitude. Is on the height of In the Raipur division, the border of Baloda Bazar district touches Bemetara, Mungeli, Bilaspur, Jajgir, Raigad, Mahasamund and Raipur districts. According to the prevalent tradition in respect to the name of the Baula Bazar, traders of Gujarat, Haryana, Maharashtra, Orissa, Barar etc. used to gather in the buffalo pahra of the city to sell the buffalo, buffalo (boda) in the east. As a result, its name became popular in the name of the bullboda market and in the form of the Balouda market.

History

During the British rule from 1854 to 1864, Balouda Bazar and Taranga (Bhatapara) were part of Raipur district. Later these areas were included in the Bilaspur district in 1864. After the difficulties arising from administrative perspective, in 1903, by the British officers, the telegraph headquarters at Simga was transferred to the Baula Bazar and it was given the district status. Since then, developmental areas were included in Simga, Bhatapara, Balouda Bazar, Palari, Kasdol and Bilirgarh. Those who were given status of separate tehsil in 1982 From the administrative point of view, the British settled at village Parsabhader (mission), 2 km away from Balauda Bazar, Hospital and residence were created. In 1920, the Panchayat was formed in Baloda Bazar by implementing the Senestation Act. After independence, in 1949, Baloda Bazar was created as a Gram Panchayat under the Local Government Act. After the general elections were held for the Gram Panchayat in 1955. Out of which 11 members of the Congress and 4 members of the Socialist Party came out. The local board formed for the management of the regional system changed after independence in 1947 as a district assembly. Bajirao Bihari and Chakrapani Shukla in the Bhatapara-Sitapur Biennial Assembly in 1952, Nandas and Brijlal Verma won the Balouda Bazar Biswasial Assembly in 1957. In 1962, Manohar Das, by-election in 1963 and Brijlal Verma in the 1967 elections, Daulat Ram Verma in 1972, Dynaraj Tiwari in 1977, Ganesh Shankar Vajpayee in 1980, Narendra Mishra in 1985, Satyanarayan Kesharvani in 1990, Karuna Shukla in 1993, Ganesh Shankar Vajpayee in 1998 and 2003 and beautified Mrs. Lakshmi Baghel as MLA in the year 2008. In the first general election of 1952, Bhupendranath Mishra and Agamdas emerged from the biennial Lok Sabha seat, including Raipur, Bilaspur, Durg. Afterwards, in 1957, the Vidyachya Shukla and Minimata were declared elected in the bicameral Baloda Bazar Lok Sabha constituency. After that the Raipur was included under the Lok Sabha. In 1973, Baloda Bazar was given the status of Municipality.

Traffic facility

The main means of traffic in the district is the road. Rail facility is available in the district's Bhatpara Tehsil. The National Highway passes from Simga to Limmatra in Simga Tehsil. Whereas 79.4 km of State Highway No. 9 (Raipur to Korba) Part passes through this district. 42 km of State Marg No. 10 (Kota to Balouda Bazar), 42 km of State Marg No. 13 (Palmhard to Sohla Udisa border), 46 km of State Marg No. 14 (Pithora to Kasdol) ., 9.2 km of State Marg No. 16 (Padmpur Saraiali from Jhilmili). And 15.3 Kms of State No. 20 (Mangaldel from Tilsa) The part passes through the Ballada market district. In the district, Lavan-Khartora 40.6 km, Balauda Bazar-Risada-Hathbanda 48.6 km, Bhatapara-Nipania 47.6 km, Bhatapara-Jorod-Suhela 28.8 km. Apart from this, some major roads are connected to large villages. From the viewpoint of the movement, 90 buses (tiring) on ​​the Raipur road, 30 on Bhatapara road, 60 on Gidhauri-Bilairgarh-Bhatgaon-Sarisewa-Sarangarh road, 10 on Simga-Suhela road, 15 on Bilaspur road, 2-2 on Pithora road, 5 on Arang road and 1 bus on Korba route. Apart from this, Raipur-Jharsuguda Via Balouda Bazar Railroad has been included in the 12th Plan.

Agriculture and irrigation

The total area of ​​agriculture under the six tehsils of Baloda Bazar district is 26,9888 hectares. Paddy crop in the district is prominently highlighted. More than one million population of 970 villages in the district are mostly dependent on agriculture. Paddy is procured through 86 co-operative societies at the support price. There are also 4 agricultural produce markets in the district, in which Bhatpara-based Mandi is famous for crop purchase sales throughout the year. There are many rivers, streams in the district for irrigation, among which there are major rivers Mahanadi, Shivnath, Jonk. Tributaries in the tributaries of the tributaries, while the Jamuna and Khorsi canals are also major. To develop irrigation facility in the British period, about 200 km in 1935-36 A canal network was laid. The water of Gangrel dam is transported to the fields even today through the Baloda Bazar Branch Canal and the Lavan Branch Canal. Baloda Bazaar has been declared a Tarsch region because of the decrease of average rainfall by the government. Only pahari tehsil is concentrated area, the remaining area of ​​the remaining tehsils is less. Apart from Giant Balderdam in the Kasdol area, the water resources department has also constructed anklets and some other small dams in the rivers. The construction work of Bhatapara Canal has been continuing for several years, due to which the district's Bhatpara Tehsil will be full of irrigation facility.

Forest

The district's Kasdol tahsil is forested. The district has 875.27 hectare forest area. Where different species of flora and fauna are stored in large numbers. Baranvapara Residence is located under Kasdol tehsil, where besides the construction of the motel by the tourism department, arrangements for jungle safaris have also been arranged. In addition, the safe forest of Sonbarasa, Khairwardeh (Balouda Bazar), Arni, Dharashiv (Palari), Kachlan (Simga), Suma (Bhatapara)

Minerals & Industries

Selected stone is the only major mineral in the Baloda market district. This mineral is found in Simga and Baloda Bazar tahsil. Due to this, there is abundance of semant plants, in which there are international plants such as Gram Hirima and Ultratech in Ravan, Ambuja in Village Ravan, Lafarge in Village Sonadih and established. In addition, Mr. Simant Plant is proposed in Emami and Bhuruwadih in Village Risda. There has also been a confirmation of getting golden powder in Sonamkhana's Bagmara village, under Kasdol tehsil, but due to high cost of production, due progress in this direction has not progressed. In Birligarh, Kasdol tehsil and Simga weavers are also made from handloom saris and other fabrics. Various Rice Mill, Dal Mills, Poha Mill are operated in Balouda Bazar, Bhatapara. Rice is also exported abroad, as well as power plants, Brass factories and other small and medium enterprises are also operated. The establishment of industrial park after district creation has strengthened the prospect of new industry.

Tourism, culture and language

Baloda Bazar district is very rich with the view of tourism. Siddheshwar Mahadev on the banks of Balasamund pond of Baranvapara sanctuary, Tuturia (Balimi Ashram) in Kasdol, birth place of Guru Ghasidas, the successor of Satnam Panth, and Jaitakhhama, above the Kutubmanarhar, the birthplace of freedom fighters, Veer Narayan Singh, Sonakhan, in Palghar. Shivnath, the confluence of the Mahanadi and the Lilagar river in the Chongori pasar of the temple, the lavan, and the Shivnath and Kharun in Somnath of Simga The main venue is the Sangam. The original language of the district is Hindi and Chhattisgarh and the philosophy of the ancient tradition and culture is visual in here, in Suwa, Route Nano, Karma, Panthi, Gaura-Gauri Poojan etc.

Court of behavior

In all the six tehsils of the district, the behavioral court is functioning where the second class is the judge, while the Bharatgaon sub-tehsil of Bilhargarh is also established in the court and proposed in Palari tehsil.

Education

The ITI is operated in Bilhargarh, Kasdol, Lavan, Palari, Balouda Bazar, Bhatapara, Simga, Bhatgaon, and in the Balauda Bazar, Kasdol, Hathband, Bhatgaon.

Administration


In the district administration of the police administration, 3 police departments are Balauda Bazar, Bhatapara, Bilirgarh, under which 12 police stations and 10 posts are included. There are 3 Revenue disciplines under the district including Bhatapara, Balouda Bazar, Bilirgarh and 6 tehsils besides 5 sub-tehsils. Balouda Bazar and Bhatapara Municipality, while Simga, Bhatgaon, Bilirgarh, Kasdol, Tundra, Lavan, Palari Nagar are panchayats. From the point of view of medical treatment, there is a community health center in all tehsils and primary health centers are located in the main places. Calling the Baloda Bazar district, which is in existence from today, would not be considered as the foremost leader of the newly formed other districts in terms of road and transport, agriculture and irrigation facilities, education, industry and tourism.

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