Department of Panchayats & Rural Development jobs for Block Project Manager in Kolkata

28  May  2018 | Govt Jobs
Department of Panchayats & Rural Development jobs for Block Project Manager in Kolkata


Loaction :Kolkata

Qualification : MSW, MBA/PGDM, MSc

Department of Panchayats & Rural Development - Job Details

Mono No. 424 /WBSRLM /Esst/4E-283/2016

Block Project Manager  job recruitment in Department of Panchayats & Rural Development on contract basis

Qualification: The candidate should be a Post Graduate in Rural Development/Management/Business Administration/Agri Business Management /Social work or equivalent from a premier institute / university. She/he should have at least 2 years of work experience in the development field. Preference would be given to those passed out from reputed institute of National level and having experience of working in reputed institutions/Govt programmes/ large NGO/reputed corporate body etc and those who have worked in the SHG and livelihood sector. S/he should have good communication skill (both oral and writing) in English, Bengali & Hindi. Proficiency in working with MS office is must. 


No.of Post: 1

Pay Scale : Rs.25000

Hiring Process : Face to Face Interview

Job Role : HR / Admin

How to apply

Interested candidates will submit their application online in prescribed format , Candidates are advised to read the instructions carefully before submitting online application. 

Application can be submitted online with effect from 11 am of 25th May 2018. The last date for submission of completed application is 08th June 2018 upto 5.30PM. 

About Department of Panchayats & Rural Development

Panchayats & Rural Development Department of the Government of West Bengal is entrusted with the responsibility of constitution and framing policy related to functioning of the rural local self-government, ie, the Panchayats, providing administrative support to the three tier panchayat system as well as implementation of various rural development programmes including the major poverty alleviation programmes in the rural areas of the State. The Department also organizes community action for participatory planning and development through the elected Panchayat bodies at different levels. As per 2001 census, the population of rural West Bengal is 577.34 lakhs out of a total state population of 802.21 lakhs with density of population 904 per Sq Km, which is more than three times the national average of 273 per Sq Km. The State has 18 districts, which are further divided in to 341 Development Blocks. Administration of the Block Development Offices is also one of the responsibilities of the department.

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