Rural development implies both the economic betterment of people as well as greater social transformation. Increased participation of people in the rural development programmes, decentralization of planning, better enforcement of land reforms and greater access to credit are envisaged for providing the rural people with better prospects.
Being the nodal Department for most of the development and welfare activities in the rural areas, the Department of Rural Development plays a vital role in the overall development strategy of the State. The vision and mission of the Department is sustainable and inclusive growth of rural Tripura through a multipronged strategy for eradication of poverty by increasing livelihoods opportunities, providing social safety net and developing infrastructure for growth
Applications are invited from eligible candidates for appointment of Ombudsmen under MGNREGA for six districts (West Tripura, South Tripura, Gomati, Sepahijala, Dhalai and Khowai) of Tripura.
Number of Vacancies
West Tripura, South Tripura, Gomati, Sepahijala, Dhalai and Khowai of Tripura.
The candidate should be a person of eminent standing with ten years of experience in public administration, law, academics, social work or management. Experience in working with people or community organization will be a mandatory requirement.
How to apply?
Interested candidate may apply with full bio-data as per prescribed application format enclosed, and should be addressed to the Secretary, Rural Development Department, Government of Tripura, Capital Complex, Secretariat, Agartala 799010 so as to reach on or before 15th December 2019.
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