Government of West Bengal, District Magistrate Murshidabad has issued a notification for the recruitment of 70 Guest Teachers, Clerk, and Group D Vacancies.
Educational qualification for Murshidabad District Recruitment 2016 - 2017 must be a duly refer official advertisement to get post wise academic qualification and eligibility requirements and age limit should be in between 60 to 63 years.
Name of the Post (Designation):
|S.no||Name of the Post||Qualification||No.of Vancancy|
Retired Secondary Graduate/Post
Graduate teacher with B. Ed. FromArt Discipline
Retired H.S Pass Govt. EmployeeWith Computer Knowledge
|3||Group D||Retired VIII Pass Govt. Employee With good Health||14|
Required Documents: Two sets of bio-data, photo copy and original certificates
|S.no||Start Date||End Date|
How to Apply: Walk in
Guest Teachers are responsible for the pupils, equipment, and materials assigned to their care.Maintain classroom discipline and carry out the classroom procedures as if the regular teacher.
Clerks might answer phones, filing, data processing, faxing, envelope stuffing and mailing, message delivery, running errands, sorting incoming mail and much more.
The name ‘Murshidabad’ comes from the place known as “Muksudabad” which was the capital of Bengal during Murshid Quli Khan’s rule. Before the advent of British, the city of Murshidabad was the capital of Bengal. It has a great significance in the Indian History as in 1757 the British defeated Siraj–ud–Daula in the Battle of Plassey, after which the entire nation was brought under the British Colonial Rule. Even after the conquest of Bengal by the British, Murshidabad remained for some time the seat of administration. The town still bears memories of Nawabs with mosques, tombs, and gardens, and retains such industries as carving in ivory, gold and silver embroidery and silk weaving. Of historic interest are Nizamat Kila (the Fortress of the Nawabs) also known as the Hazaarduari Palace (Palace of a Thousand Doors), the Moti Jhil (Pearl Lake), the Muradbagh Palace and the Khushbagh Cemetery. Murshidabad today is a centre for agriculture, handicrafts and sericulture.