DRDA Kandhamal Recruitment 2017 | 28 Multi Purpose Asst Posts




District Rural Development Agency Kandhamal Odisha Recruitment 2017:– DRDA Kandhamal has issued a notification for the recruitment of Multi Purpose Asst (GRS) Vacancy at 28 posts. Interested candidates may apply by 6th November 2017


District Rural Development Agency Kandhamal Vacancy 2017 Notification


Educational Qualifications 

  • 1. Candidates should have passed 10+2 & Computer Knowledge .

Age Limitations

  • 1. Candidates age limit should be Minimum 18 year & Maximum 40 years. 
  • 2. Age Relaxation: –  SC/ ST /OBC/PWD/ PH Candidates Relaxation as per Government Rule Regulation.


DRDA Kandhamal Multi Purpose Asst (GRS) 28 Post – Application Form


Important Dates

  • 1. Starting Date for Submission of Application:- 21st October 2017.
  • 2. Last Date for Submission of Application:- 6th November 2017   
Fee Details Information
For candidates fee details go to official notification.

How to Apply

  • 1. Postal Address:- The Project Director, DRDA, kandhamal, At/Po-Phulbani, Dis-Kandhamal, Pin-762001
  • 2. Eligible candidates may apply through the website www.kandhamal.nic.in by 6th November 2017 or Click on the below How to Apply links.

Selection Procedure
Candidates selection process details go to official notification.


Officials Notification 
There is full notification for District Rural Development Agency Kandhamal – Multi Purpose Asst (GRS) Vacancy–
Download Officials Notification 


How to Apply 
For District Rural Development Agency Kandhamal – Multi Purpose Asst (GRS) Apply Online or New Registration from here –
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Admit Card & Result
For District Rural Development Agency Kandhamal – Multi Purpose Asst (GRS) you can take print out of your Admit Card or Result from here: 
Results & Admit Card

ABOUT DRDA

DRDA has traditionally been the principal organ at the district level to oversee the implementation of anti-poverty programmes of the Ministry of Rural Development. This agency was created originally to implement the Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP). Subsequently the DRDAs were entrusted with number of programmes of both state and central governments. From April 1999[1]a separate DRDA Administration has been introduced to take care of the administrative costs. This aims at strengthening the DRDAs and make them more professional in managing the anti-poverty programmes and be an effective link between the ministry and the district level.

Rural development and poverty alleviation programmes are implemented on a decentralised basis, keeping in view the large geographical areas, the administrative requirements and the need to involve grassroots-level officials and the community in the implementation of the programmes. 

At the central level the Ministry of Rural Areas & Employment has been implementing these programmes. The Ministry is responsible for the release of central share of funds, policy formulation, overall guidance, monitoring and evaluation of the programmes. At the State level Prl Secretary, Rural Development and the Commissioner of Rural Development are overall incharge for implementation of the rural development programmes. At the District level, the programmes are implemented through the DRDAs (District Rural Development Agencies). The governing body of DRDA includes Members of Parliament (MPs), 

Members of Legislative Assemblies (MLAs), District level officials of Development Departments, Bankers, NGO's and representatives of weaker sections of the society. The District Collector used to be (but not always at present) the Chairman of the Governing Board. The Governing body at the district level provides guidance and directions to DRDA. The body in DRDA responsible for actual implementation is headed by an Additional District Collector.


Many Schemes of the Central and State Governments are introduced from time to time. Several schemes are available providing support to different components of Rural Development. Schemes are also periodically modified to reflect the experience over the years. 

The task of DRDA has been to identify the needs of the rural population and reach the appropriate schemes where they are needed. In implementing the schemes, the role of the DRDA has been Technical, Managerial and Financial. Thus DRDA is not only a body to disburse the funds for the schemes but also provide appropriate Managerial and Technical support.

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