Govt. of Assam- Tinsukia District recruits 22 Posts of Mandal [Assam Jobs]

Mandal recruitment in Govt.of Assam- Tinsukia Dist.

Educational Qualification: Minimum H.S.L.C. passed or an equivalent Examination of Recognized University or Board along with 6 months Recorders Certificate Course Class Training from Assam Survey &Settlement Training Center, Guwahati, certificate of experience in recorders activities.

No of Posts:  22 (ST(H) -1, ST(P) -2 , S.C. -2 ,OBC/MOBC- 6, U/R -11)

Pay Band:  Rs. 14000-49000

Age: Candidate should not be more than 38 years and not less than 18 years as on 1st January/ 2018.The upper age limit is relaxable in case of SC/ST candidate as per Rules

Hiring Process : Face to Face Interview

How to apply

Application in standard form with self attested copies of all certificates and testimonials should reach the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Tinsukia  on or before 20/3/2018 along with a copy of Treasury Challan of Rs.30.00 (Rupees thirty )only and Rs. 15.00 (Rupees fifteen )only in case of SC/ST candidates as application fee payable under the Head of Account “0029”-LR.

The candidate will submit 2(two) copies of recent passport size photographs, duly attested by Gazetted Officer along with the application.

The candidates called for interview will be published in the notice board of Deputy Commissioner’s office and print media and website on 26.03.2018.

(Ref: The Assam Tribune, Page no.14, Dated: 14th March 2018)


About Govt.of Assam- Tinsukia Dist.

The ancient name of Tinsukia was Bangmara which was orginally known as Changmai Pathar. It was the capital of Muttack Kingdom. The Bangmara city was built by King Sarbananda Singha with the help of his Minister Gopinath Barbaruah alies Godha. The city was built in the middle of the present Tinsukia City (near the Senairam H.S. School). As per the direction of Sarbananda Singha, Godha Baruah dug a triangler shaped pond in Bangmara which is known as ‘Tinikunia Pukhuri’. In 1884 Dibru-Sadiya Rail line was constructed and a station was setup near the ‘Tinikunia Phukhuri’ which was named as Tinsukia. Since then the City was popularly known as Tinsukia.

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