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About State

Jharkhand is a state in eastern India carved out of the southern part of Bihar on 15 November 2000. The state shares its border with the states of Bihar to the north, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to the west, Odisha to the south, and West Bengal to the east. It has an area of 79,710 kmThe industrial city of Ranchi is its capital and Dumka its sub-capital. Jamshedpur is the largest industrial city in the state, while Dhanbad and Bokaro Steel City are the second and fourth most populous cities respectively.Jharkhand accounts for 40% of the mineral resources of India but it maligned by widespread poverty as 39.10 Per Cent of the Population is Below Poverty Line and 19.60 Per Cent of the Children born under five years of age are malnourished. The State is primarily a rural state as only 24 percent of the population resides in Cities.

History

According to writers including Gautam Kumar Bera, there was already a distinct geo-political, cultural entity called Jharkhand even before the Magadha Empire. Bera’s book (page 33) also refers to the Hindu epic Bhavishya Purana. The tribal rulers, some of whom continue to thrive till today were known as the Munda Rajas,[7][8] who basically had ownership rights to large farmlands. For a greater part of the Vedic age, Jharkhand remained unnoticed. During the age of Mahajanpadas around 500 BC, India saw the emergence of 16 large states that controlled the entire Indian subcontinent. In those days the northern portion of Jharkhand state was a tributary state of Magadha (ancient Bihar) Empire and the southern part was a tributary of Kalinga (ancient Odisha) Empire.When India gained independence in 1947 and after the Princely states acceded to Government of India in 1948, the Princely states of Magadha were put under Odisha province, Princely states of Jashpur, Surguja, Udaipur, Chang Bhakar and Koriya were put under Madhya Pradesh and Midnapur, Purulia, and Bankura were put under West Bengal. Princely states of Gangpur and Bonai were combined together to form Sundergarh District. Princely states of Koriya and Chang bhakar were combined together to form Koriya district and Udaipur was included in Raigarh District.

Geography

Most of the state lies on the Chota Nagpur Plateau, which is the source of the Koel, Damodar, Brahmani, Kharkai, and Subarnarekha rivers, whose upper watersheds lie within Jharkhand. Much of the state is still covered by forest. Forest preserves support populations of tigers and Asian Elephants. Soil content of Jharkhand state mainly consists of soil formed from the disintegration of rocks and stones and soil composition.There are three well-defined seasons in Jharkhand. The cold-weather season, from November to February, is the most pleasant part of the year. The Lowest temperature in Jharkhand lies between -5 °C to 0 °C. High temperatures in Ranchi in December usually rise from about 50 °F (10 °C) into the low 70s F (low 20s C) daily. The hot-weather season lasts from March to mid-June. May, the hottest month, is characterized by daily high temperatures in the upper 90s F (about 37 °C) and low temperatures in the mid-70s F (mid-20s C). Maximum rainfall takes place during the months from July to September that accounts for more than 90% of total rainfall in the state.

Politics

The state was formed with 18 districts that were formerly part of south Bihar. Some of these districts were reorganized to form 6 new districts, namely, Latehar, Saraikela Kharsawan, Jamtara, Sahebganj, Khunti, and Ramgarh. At present, the state has 5 Divisions and 24 Districts. One interesting thing about Jharkhand is that all its districts, except Lohardaga and Khunti, share a border with a neighboring state. Jharkhand has currently 14 MPs and 81 MLAs. The major political parties of Jharkhand are JMM, INC, and BJP. Jharkhand has been at the center of the Naxalite-Maoist insurgency. Since the uprising of the Naxalites in 1967, 6,000 people have been killed in fighting between the Naxalites and counter-insurgency operations by the police, and its paramilitary groups such as the Salwa Judum.

Major Cities

Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand and Jamshedpur,  Dhanbad,  Bokaro Steel City,  Deoghar,  Phusro, Hazaribagh, Giridih, Ramgarh,  Daltonganj are the major cities of the state.

About Citizen

The tribes of Jharkhand consist of 32 tribes inhabiting the Jharkhand state in India. The tribes in Jharkhand were originally classified on the basis of their cultural types by the Indian anthropologist, Lalita Prasad Vidyarthi. Hinduism is the predominant religion of the State (68.6 percent), the Hindu tribes constitute 39.8 per cent only. As many as 45.1 percents of the tribal population follow ‘other religions and persuasions’. Christian tribes are 14.5 percent and less than half per cent (0.4 per cent) are Muslims. Among the major tribes, Santhal has more than half of the total population (56.6 percent) professes Sarna Dharam. Oraon and Munda have more than 50 per cent of the population follow ‘other religions and persuasions’ followed by Christianity. Ho tribe has the highest proportion (91per cent) of persons professing ‘other religions and persuasions’.

Economy

Jharkhand’s gross state domestic product for 2011 is estimated at $21.7 billion at current prices. Since it is rich in minerals, the state per capita income is likely to increase in the coming years. Industrialized cities like Jamshedpur, Bokaro and Dhanbad have very high per capita income.Jharkhand has a concentration of some of the country’s highly industrialized cities such as Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Ranchi and Bokaro Steel City.Jharkhand has several towns and innumerable villages with civic amenities. Urbanization ratio is 24.1% and the per capita annual income is US$726.8. Jharkhand also has immense mineral resources: minerals ranging from (ranking in the country within bracket) from iron ore (1st), coal(3rd), copper ore (1st), mica (1st), bauxite (3rd), Manganese, limestone, china clay, fire clay, graphite (8th), kainite (1st), chromite (2nd), asbestos (1st), thorium (3rd), sillimanite, uranium (Jaduguda mines, Narwa Pahar) (1st) and even gold (Rakha Mines) (6th) and silver and several other minerals. Large deposits of coal and iron ore support concentration of industry, in centers like Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Bokaro, and Ranchi.

Education

Jharkhand has a network of government and privately run schools, although standards of teaching vary considerably from place to place, as also from school to school. After formation of new state, Jharkhand Education Project Council (JEPC) has been implementing four projects for the spread of elementary education namely DPEP, SSA, NPEGEL, KGBV. Hence works have been accomplished in the state towards achieving the goal of UEE but due to the slow pace, the target of hundred percent enrolment and retention of children in schools is not yet attained. Jharkhand has made primary education so accessible that 95% of children of ages 6–11 are enrolled in school, as opposed to 56% in 1993–94, so this will likely to improve literacy a great deal.

Culture

Being a tribal-dominated state, nature has been given utmost importance in every sphere of life and culture. Branches of sacred trees are brought and ceremonially planted in the courtyards. Devotees then worship these tree parts associated with gods/goddesses. Karma puja, Jitia Puja, Sarhul are a few examples. Poush Mela or Tusu Fair is a significant occasion celebrated during the Makar Sankranti wherein brightly colored excellently decorated symbolic artifacts of folk deity are carried by the people. This is a folk harvesting festival. Tusu is a folk belief, not about any God or Goddess, but about a sweet little girl of the tribal folk. The festival takes place as new crops are harvested. The entire festival is a very colorful one. It takes the shape of the all-around festive mood of the tribal people, where everyone takes part.

Jobs

The government of Jharkhand through Department of Labour, Employment and Training is committed to providing enhanced Social Security to its old age helpless persons, to protect the interests of its working class in the organized and unorganized sectors in the fast changing economic scenario, to effectively implement various labor laws and to produce trained man power.Jharkhand is one of the most highly industrialized States in the country. Jharkhand is a state in eastern India. It was carved out of the southern part of Bihar on 15 November 2000. Jharkhand shares its border with the states of Bihar to the north, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to the west, Odisha to the south, and West Bengal to the east. The city of Ranchi is its capital and Dumka is sub capital while Jamshedpur is the largest and the biggest industrial city of the state. Jharkhand is famous for its rich mineral resources like Uranium, Mica, Bauxite, Granite, Gold, Silver, Graphite, Magnetite, Dolomite, Fireclay, Quartz, Fieldspar, Coal (32% of India), Iron, Copper (25%of India) etc. Forests and woodlands occupy more than 29% of the state which is amongst the highest in India. Jharkhand business and economy centers round the various industries housed in the territory. Business and economy in Jharkhand seems to be a vital component of the administrative set up of Jharkhand; it is this aspect of the Government of Jharkhand that is helping the Government to meet up to the challenges of this industrial world.

Jobs In Jharkhand


Block Project Officer – JSLPS – Graduate – Posted Date 04-Aug-2017

  • Designation Name : Block Project Officer
  • Date Posted : 04-Aug-2017
  • Last Date : 12-Aug-2017
  • Total Vacancies : 21
  • Location : State Wide Jharkhand(jobs in Jharkhand)

 

Details regarding Block Project Officer job post at JSLPS

 

  • Age Limit : As Per JSLPS Rules.
  • Age Relaxation: NA
  • Pay Scale : Rs. 40000/- Per Month
  • Nationality : Indian
  • Minimum Qualification: Post Graduate degree or post graduate diploma in Rural Development/ Rural Management/ Business Administration/ Social Work/Forestry or Graduate Degree in Agriculture/ Agriculture engineering/ Forestry from recognized University/ institute. (graduate-jobs)
  • Selection Process : Selection will be based on interview.
  • Application Fee : NA
  • Application Mode : Apply Online
  • How To Apply : Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website http://www.sids.co.in/ on or before 12.06.2017

 

Important Dates for Block Project Officer at JSLPS

 

  • Application Opening Date : NA
  • Application Closing Date : 12-Aug-2017
  • Last Date for Challan Generation : NA
  • Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
  • Date of Exam : NA
  • Date of Interview : NA

 

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Field Thematic Coordinator – Graduate – JSLPS -Posted Date 04-Aug-2017

  • Designation Name : Field Thematic Coordinator
  • Date Posted : 04-Aug-2017
  • Last Date : 12-Aug-2017
  • Total Vacancies : 42
  • Location : State Wide Jharkhand(jobs in Jharkhand)

 

Details regarding Field Thematic Coordinator job post at JSLPS

 

  • Age Limit : As Per JSLPS Rules.
  • Age Relaxation: NA
  • Pay Scale : Rs. 15000/- Per Month
  • Nationality : Indian
  • Minimum Qualification: Bachelor degree in any discipline from a recognized University/ institute. (graduate-jobs)
  • Selection Process : Selection will be based on interview.
  • Application Fee : NA
  • Application Mode : Apply Online
  • How To Apply : Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website http://www.sids.co.in/ on or before 12.06.2017

 

Important Dates for Field Thematic Coordinator at JSLPS

 

  • Application Opening Date : NA
  • Application Closing Date : 12-Aug-2017
  • Last Date for Challan Generation : NA
  • Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
  • Date of Exam : NA
  • Date of Interview : NA

 

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Block Level e-Manager – Graduate – Posted Date 22 Jun 2017

Designation Name : Block Level e-Manager

Total Vacancies : 01

Location : State Wide Jharkhand – India

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Age Limit : Maximum and Minimum age limit is 21 to 40 years as on 01.06.2017
Age Relaxation: NA
Pay Scale : Rs. 21100/- Per Month
Nationality : Indian
Minimum Qualification: B.E/ B.Tech/ MCA or BCA/ Diploma (CS) or graduate in any discipline having at least CCC level proficiency in computer from NIELIT or DCA from recognized Institute.
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Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.
Application Fee : NA
Application Mode : Apply Online
How To Apply : Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website http://giridih.nic.in from 20.06.2017 to 28.06.2017. Print out of Online application form along with self attested copy of relevant documents and experience certificate send to the Office, DeGS-cum-D.C, District Development Section, D.C Office Giridih on or before 28.06.2017.

Important Dates

Application Opening Date : 20.06.2017
Application Closing Date : 28-Jun-2017
Last Date for Challan Generation : NA
Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
Date of Exam : NA
Date of Interview : NA

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Network Manager – Graduate – Posted Date 22 Jun 2017

Designation Name : Network Manager

Total Vacancies : 01

Location : State Wide Jharkhand – India

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Age Limit : Maximum and Minimum age limit is 21 to 35 years as on 01.06.2017
Age Relaxation: NA
Pay Scale : Rs. 21070/- Per Month
Nationality : Indian
Minimum Qualification: B.E/ B.Tech/ B.Sc Engineering (CS/ IT/ Electronics & Telecommunication)/ MCA or equivalent degree.
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Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.
Application Fee : NA
Application Mode : Apply Online
How To Apply : Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website http://giridih.nic.in from 20.06.2017 to 28.06.2017. Print out of Online application form along with self attested copy of relevant documents and experience certificate send to the Office, DeGS-cum-D.C, District Development Section, D.C Office Giridih on or before 28.06.2017.

Important Dates

Application Opening Date : 20.06.2017
Application Closing Date : 28-Jun-2017
Last Date for Challan Generation : NA
Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
Date of Exam : NA
Date of Interview : NA

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