Indian Army to hold its Recruitment Rally Programme -2015 at sports stadium Raiganj, Uttar Dinajpur by Army Recruiting Office, Siliguri (West Bengal) on date 10March - 16 March 2015 for the candidates who have completed 10th/ 12th/ Diploma.
Date: 10 March 2015 to 16 March 2015 Venue: Sports Stadium, Raiganj, Uttar Dinajpur, Registration Time: 05 AM to 07 AM
(i) Only Indian Gorkha candidates from Jalpaiguri (incl Alipurduar), Cooch Behar, Darjeeling, Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur & Malda can participate for the Soldier General Duty Indian Gorkha (Fixed Class) category on 11-12 Mar 15. For remaining days/categories rally is open only to residents of Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur and Malda Districts for categories as shown above.
(ii) Screening of SOS, SOEX, SOW, SOWW, NCC and Outsider Sanctioned Candidates will be carried out as per schedule mentioned above.
(iii) Candidate will undergo all physical test at their own risk and expense. Any injury, including fatal during physical test conducted during the recruitment rally will not be compensated in any manner.
How to Apply: Eligible candidates may appear for the Recruitment Rally at Sports Stadium, Raiganj, Uttar Dinajpur on prescribed dates and time. Candidates should bring all the documents/testimonials in support of eligibility such as Qualification certificate, Mark sheet, Domicile/Residential certificate, Age proof certificate, Caste certificate and Etc., in three sets of attested Xerox copies along with originals.
Read Full advertisement here http://uttardinajpur.nic.in/advertise/Army_26022015.pdf
West Bengal Police invites application for the recruitment of 760 Warder posts for the both male and female candidates.
Post name: Warder
Total No. of Posts - 760 posts (Female Warder - 760, Male - 659, Female - 101) Qualification - Madhyamik Examination or its
equivalent qualification from a recognized university. Age Limit - 18 - 27 Years(relaxations will be applicable as per the rules) Selection Process - All Eligible Candidates will Be Selected Based on Their Performance In PMT, PET, Written Exam, Interview .
Application Fee - For General/OBC Candidates Application Fee is - 200/- & For All Other Candidates (PH/ST/SC) Application Fee is - Nil.
How To Apply - Candidates may fill the online application through its official website http://policewb.gov.in/ before or on 27-03-2015.
Address - Chairman, West Bengal Police Recruitment Board, Araksha Bhaban, 5th Floor, Block– DJ, Sector – II, Salt Lake City, Kolkata – 700 091 .
Last Date for Registration of Online Application Form Is: 27-03-2015 .
Find official Advertisement here at http://policewb.gov.in/wbp/warder_recruitment.php
The demand for making Kalimpong sub division a separate district was raised in the state legislature yesterday. MLA Kalimpong Dr Harka Bahadur Chettri who was in Kalimpong today said that yesterday while the issue was raised while participating in the house business. He said that Kalimpong comes under the largest Sub division in whole of North Bengal. Some places in Kalimpong takes three days to reach. The vast geographical area and the remote places demands a separate District he added. He hoped that the state will come with Some positive result in the context.
The Nepali Sahitya Adhyan Samiti, Kalimpong organized the 18th Parasmani Puraskar Alangkaran Samaroh 2015 today. Celebrated Nepali literary figure of Duars Kitap Singh Rai name was announced this year for his contribution to Nepali Literature since 50 years . Rai received a shawl, eulogy letter, memento and Rs 15000 cash from the hands of the chief guest MLA Kalimpong Dr Harka Bahadur Chettri . The program was conducted under the presidentship of Gyan Sutar, president of Nepali Sahitya Adhyan Samiti. Teacher Ajita Subba presented a brief life history of Parasmani Pradhan. Similarly Subash Sotang presented the life history of Kitab Singh Rai . Many renowned poets of Darjeeling hills, Litterateurs, writers, playwrights, principals of different schools, teachers and students were present
The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha has announced a nine-day dharna at New Delhi’s Jantar Mantar beginning March 9 in a bid to draw the attention of the Centre to the demand for a Gorkhaland state. The directive to party leaders reportedly came on Thursday from GJM chief Bimal Gurung, currently in Guwahati to offer prayers at the famed Kamakhya temple. He is likely to return to Darjeeling on Sunday.
While making the announcement on Thursday afternoon, GJM assistant secretary Binay Tamang said, “We have decided to organise dharnas in Delhi from March 9 to remind the nation of our century old justified demand for a
Gorkha state. Our party president has sent such a directive from Guwahati.”
The Morcha had originally planned to hold demonstrations in the national capital in December of last year but postponed them by a month following a request from Union home minister Rajnath Singh. However, it did not hold any dharnas or rallies last month either perhaps with a certain plan in mind, which Tamang revealed today. He said, “The budget session is in progress in Parliament and we want to make the most of this opportunity. We hope to meet with ministers and leaders who are sympathetic to our demand and can take steps to help us realise our long-cherished dream.”
Budget Session 2015-16 began in the two Houses of Parliament on February 23 and will continue till May 8. There will be a recess between March 21 and April 19 during which the various parliamentary standing committees will examine the demands for grants tabled by central ministries. There will be 33 sittings in total.
Speaking about the dharna, the GJM assistant secretary said 105 party members will participate in the programme. “The chairmen of the Darjeeling, Kurseong, Kalimpong and Mirik municipalities along with their deputies and ward councillors will be among the participants. Twenty-one Gorkha Janmukti Vidhyarthi Morcha members will also join the event. A core committee team will be formed to lead, monitor and supervise the nine-day dharna,” Tamang said.
The GJM will sit for another meeting once Gurung returns to Darjeeling to finalise the roadmap of the Delhi programme. “On March 2 we have invited the municipality chairmen, vice-chairmen and ward councillors and our youth front for a meeting. We will plan out the nine-day programme then,” said Tamang.
Following a meeting in Darjeeling with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee last year, the GJM had announced all activities related to the statehood issue would be concentrated in Delhi henceforth in order to keep the hills free from any disturbance. (EOIC)
An incident of a Gorkha monument vandalised at Sahid Park kalimpong as reported by this newspaper yesterday, found a political stage on Wednesday with the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) protesting unlawful activity and demanding instantaneous arrest of the culprits. The monument was destroyed on February 20 reportedly by some unsocial elements according to the report filed by a guard of the park. “We strongly protest the snaffling and stealing of equipments from the park. The police should immediately investigate the matter and nab the culprits,” said Binay Ghisingh, the general secretary of the GJM’s young wing here. The youth body amusingly has decided to form a crew to patrol the town from now on to curd such crimes especially during night hours. “We will not forgive anyone if we find such activities from now on,” said Ghisingh. The youth body believes that the culprits behind the incident is not the common people but those are intoxicated people who frequently participate in negative activities. “Normal people know the value of the martyrs and respect them. However, the general mass should also come forward and join the protest against such stupendous activities,” said Bal Krishna Thapa, the press and publicity secretary of the youth body here. The youth front is likely to meet the authorities of the parks and garden wings of the GTA on Thursday. The front will apprise the authorities to add more employees for the security of the Sahid Park. The park was built by the erstwhile Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council (DGHC) in memory of the martyrs who laid their life during the 28 months bloody agitation for Gorkhaland in 1986. The agitation was lead by Late Subash Ghisingh, the chief of Gorkha National Liberation Front.
Kalimpong: A monument Saheed Park built in memory of brave Gorkhas who laid their lives during the agitation of Gorkhaland of 1986, has been reportedly destroyed by the hoodlums on February 20. The security guard was unavailable at night. According to the security Bijay Thapa, the gate was ripped off and the rods, chairs and locks stolen. “Our chalet was destroyed because of the earthquake that occurred in 2011. After that I only did my job till evening as for there is no place to stay at night,” said Thapa who at his interest has booked a complaint with the Kalimpong police station. A lady who resides the incident site requesting anonymity said that the lights have been missing since a long time and the park have been a hub for the drug addicts. She added that the park saw a gradual deterioration in the last 4-5 years. An authority of parks and garden wings of the GTA here refused to interact with the media because they have not visited the site yet. The executive engineer Sunita Thapa was also unavailable for comment.
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