BRM Govt Model College has released the latest job notification for the Various Administrative Positions vacancy. Interested candidates can apply before the last date. Check more details on the BRM Govt Model College 2023 job vacancy.
BRM Govt Model College has released an employment notification for the recruitment of Various Administrative Positions. More details about the recruitment are provided below:
BRM Govt Model College job Openings
Library Assistant : 1
Junior Assistant : 3
Library Bearer : 1
Grade-IV : 4
Chowkidar (Residential) : 2
Rs. 22,000 – 97,000/- Per Month
Various Administrative Positions
To apply for the post of Various Administrative Positions at BRM Govt Model College, candidate should have completed Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University or any examination declared equivalent by the Government and must possess computer skills from a recognized institute for handling data and text on computer. Candidates having working experience in similar fields are desirable
Library Bearer, Grade-IV & Chowkidar : Class VIII passed. Candidates with valid driving license is desirable
Interested and eligible candidates are required to send their applications in standard form (Assam Gazette Part-IX) along with complete bio-data and self-attested copies of all testimonials along with a non-refundable demand draft of Rs. 500/- drawn in favour of Principal, Bir Raghab Moran Government College, Doomdooma payable at SBI Doomdooma Branch.
The applications must reach the Principal & Secretary, G.B. , Bir Raghab Moran Government College, Doomdooma, P.O.- Rupai Siding, PIN-786153, Tinsukia, Assam within 19th December 2023
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About BRM Govt Model College: Bir Raghab Moran Government Model College, Doomdooma was established by the Government of Assam on 7th March,2020. With the central aim of improving access, quality and fostering equity in the higher education scenario of Assam, Government of Assam, in consonance with the centrally sponsored scheme of Model Degree Colleges, set about this enterprising journey of creation of educational institutions catering to higher education needs. On the basis of nationwide survey of Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) or Gross Enrollment Index (GEI), educationally backward districts or EBDs have been identified which share the characteristic feature of having GER lower than the national average. 12 EBDs have been identified in Assam, out of which Tinsukia is one of them. Our college is a successful manifestation of this spirited initiative of Government of Assam. In the more local context, our college has been able to assuage the severely disproportionate student to higher education institution ratio existing in the Doomdooma region.
Culturally, the area in which the college is situated, comprises of a rich intermix of cultures and ethnicities. This inspires the foremost ideal of the college to be inclusive in every sense and uphold by heart and soul, the idea of ‘unity in diversity’. It also serves the college an opportunity to hone and showcase the cultural resources and knowledge the students here can offer. A dominant component of the industrial landscape here is the tea sector.Besides, an inclination towards entrepreneurship among students is readily observed. Under such circumstances, the college has a topmost priority of providing a facilitative platform aiming at inculcating the right scientific and technical knowhow and skill-based training to the youth, so that they can materialize their dreams. The principal rationale of our college is to rectify the disproportionate student to higher education institution ratio existing in the Doomdooma region. But currently, our aspirations go well beyond this aim. In addition to adequately fulfilling the core demands related to higher education in this region, we have the grand aim of materializing excellence in education through the means of our institution. The dream is to build a state of the art educational agency that would attract talented young minds from the farthest corners of the state setting on a reversal, the process of brain drain that has become the order the day for students here.
We, as a community comprising of the students, teachers and even members of the larger society are working together relentlessly to raise our college into an institution of excellence. We collectively share the dream of transforming the region into a blossoming educational hub and resolve to spare no effort to ensure the youth here, a brighter future not only in terms of education but also, in terms of socio-economic empowerment and self-sufficiency.