NIRD & PR Government Job Recruitment – J&K

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NIRD & PR Government Job Recruitment - J&K
NIRD & PR Government Job Recruitment - J&K

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National Institute of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj (NIRD&PR), Hyderabad, an autonomous national Institution under the Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India, is implementing a national level project namely- ‘Creating Clusters of Model Gram Panchayats to Achieve Holistic & Sustainable Development through Institutional Strengthening of GPs and Enablement of Quality GPDP across India’ over next 2 years. For this, NIRD&PR invites online applications from eligible candidates for contractual engagement of 10 State Programme Coordinators, 250 Young Fellows and 250 Cluster Level Resource Persons to work in the identified 250 clusters across all States and UTs (List enclosed as Annexure). Tenure of Engagement of all the posts is one year for the present. It may be extended on satisfactory performance of the incumbents, subject to continuation of the Project and discretion of authorities.




The number of positions to be engaged, post-wise and category-wise, are as follows.

S.No. Name of the Post/ Total No. of Posts/ No. of posts Reserved for SC (15%)/ No. of posts Reserved for ST (7.5%)/ No. of posts Reserved for OBC (27%)/ No. of posts Unreserved
1. Name of the Post: State Programme Coordinator

Total No. of Posts: 10

No. of posts Reserved for SC (15%): 01

No. of posts Reserved for ST (7.5%): 01

No. of posts Reserved for OBC (27%): 03

No. of posts Unreserved: 05

2. Name of the Post: Young Fellow

Total No. of Posts: 250

No. of posts Reserved for SC (15%): 38

No. of posts Reserved for ST (7.5%): 19

No. of posts Reserved for OBC (27%): 68

No. of posts Unreserved: 125

3. Name of the Post: Cluster Level Resource Person

Total No. of Posts: 250

No. of posts Reserved for SC (15%): 38

No. of posts Reserved for ST (7.5%): 19

No. of posts Reserved for OBC (27%): 68

No. of posts Unreserved: 125

Last date for receipt of online applications: 29.12.2020

The requirements as regards job description, required competencies, consolidated contractual remuneration for the positions of State Programme Coordinators, Young Fellows and Cluster Level Resource Persons are detailed below.

  • Position: State Programme Coordinator (No. of posts- 10)
  • Job Profile
  1. To coordinate and monitor activities under the Project for Creating Model GP Clusters for enabling selected GPs on Cluster basis to achieve Sustainable Development through GPDP (@1 per 3-4 States/UTs).
  2. To lead the team of trainers for training of Gram Panchayat Planning Facilitation Teams (GPPFT) / other stakeholders under the Clusters of GPs in the States to be assigned on institutional capacity issues, improving governance and participatory planning and also to demonstrate to them application of participatory tools and techniques in the field for quality GPDP.
  3. To plan and implement IEC Plan to enhance participation of people in preparation, implementation and monitoring of GPDP in collaboration with the SIRD&PR/ Nodal Institution of the State for GPDP, NGOs/CBOs/SHGs and communities.
  4. To guide the GPs under the Clusters in organizing effective Gram Sabhas, Ward Sabhas, community mobilisation through no-cost voluntary actions, collection of Primary and Secondary data, situation analysis and preparation of Development Status Report by each of the GPs under the Clusters.
  5. To guide the GPs in application of e-GramSwaraj portal of the Ministry of

Panchayati Raj, Government of India.

  1. To guide the GPs in prioritisation and selection of activities based on needs

expressed by villagers in Gram Sabhas and in preparation of draft GPDP & Budget.

  1. To coordinate with State Panchayati Raj Departments of the State Governments, SIRD&PRs/Nodal Institutions for GPDP, ETC/PTC/DTC/PTRC/DPRCs, District and Block administration, partner organisations and Panchayat bodies in the assigned States and obtain their support in effective implementation of the Project.
  2. To guide and coordinate with Beacon Panchayat Leaders, Young Fellows and

Cluster Level Resource Persons to be working under the Project.

  1. To guide the GPs in adding exemplary values related to intense ownership and

participation of communities in planning and implementation process, focusing on human development, social development, ecological development, SDG compliance, transparency, accountability etc.

  1. To travel extensively in geographically separated remote Clusters and supervise project related activities to ensure sustained progress and ensure quality of outputs.
  2. To monitor the progress and assess the quality of activities and to intervene in solving even unforeseen problems and removing bottlenecks in implementation of the Project.
  3. To prepare and submit progress report to the major stakeholders in the State(s) and to the NIRD&PR.
  4. To discharge such other responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by the Project authorities for successful implementation of the Project.

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Post Graduate Degree in Social Science including Economics/Rural Development/Rural Management/Political Science/Sociology/ Anthropology / Social Work/Development Studies / History and similar disciplines from any recognized university.
  2. Minimum academic standards: 60% marks in Secondary (Class X) or equivalent examination; 50% marks in Higher Secondary (Class XII) or equivalent examination in any discipline; 50% marks at Graduation level in any of the above-mentioned disciplines; and 50% marks at Post Graduation level in any of the above-mentioned disciplines.
  1. Age: 30-50 years as on 01/11/2020. Relaxation in the upper Age Limit: by 5 years for SC & ST candidates and by 3 years for OBC candidates.
  2. Reservation of Posts: 15% for SC, 7.5% for ST and 27% for OBC Candidates, as per the Order No.36036/3/2018-Estt (Res.) dated 15 May, 2018 and Model Roster for Reservation of the Department of Personnel & Training, Government of India.
  3. Sound knowledge about structure, functions, roles and responsibilities of Gram Panchayats (GP).
  4. Agreeableness to work in any State/UT and reside on their own arrangement, if engaged.
  1. Proficiency in Capacity Building & Participatory Training, Participatory Planning, mentoring and monitoring.
  1. Five years’ first-hand experience of having worked on Capacity Building & Training, improving governance and participatory planning in respect of GPs.
  2. Prior experience and managerial skills to lead, mentor and support teams of Young Fellows, Cluster Level Resource Persons and other stakeholders.
  3. Proficiency in writing and speaking English and Hindi.
  4. Experience and keenness to undertake extensive travels in remote areas.
  5. Appropriate attitude to mix, develop rapport and work with Elected Representatives (ER) and functionaries of Gram Panchayats (GP) and rural communities in remote rural areas and strong commitment to work on mission mode for Sustainable Development.
  6. Keenness to undergo thorough induction level training to be organised by the NIRD&PR and pass the standards to be set for eligibility for final deployment.
  7. Soft skills including proficiency in MS Office (at least Word, Excel & PowerPoint) and capacity for online training and reporting.
  8. Capacity to work for prolonged hours.

Consolidated Contractual Remuneration: 55,000/- (Rupees fifty-five thousand) only per month plus travel and subsistence on tour as per norms of the NIRD&PR.

  • Position: Young Fellow
  • No of posts: 250

Job Profile

  1. To provide Handholding Support to the Elected Representatives, functionaries of GPs, members of Gram Panchayat Planning Facilitation Teams (GPPFT) / Ward Planning Facilitation Teams (WPFT) / other stakeholders under one or moreClusters of GPs in overall institutional strengthening of the GPs, improving governance and Participatory Planning including application of participatory tools and techniques in the field.
  1. To provide Handholding Support to the GPs under the Cluster(s) in planning and execution of IEC Plans to ensure participation of people in preparation, implementation and monitoring of GPDP in close collaboration with identified NGOs/SHGs/CBOs/line department functionaries and communities.
  2. To provide Handholding Support to the GPs under the Cluster(s) in organizing community mobilisation through voluntary actions, effective Gram Sabhas& Ward Sabhas, collection of Primary and Secondary data including GIS-based data, situation analysis and preparation of Development Status Report by each GP under the Cluster.
  3. To coordinate with block administration, line department offices pertaining to the Cluster(s) of GPs and obtain their support in effective implementation of the planned activities under the Project.
  4. To provide Handholding Support to the GPs in adding exemplary values to GPDP with focus on human development, social development, ecological development, SDG compliance, transparency, accountability etc.
  5. To provide Handholding Support to the GPs in application of eGramSwaraj portal.
  6. To provide Handholding Support to the GPs in preparation of draft GP Development Plan & Budget in collaboration with Beacon Panchayat Leaders and identified NGOs / SHGs / CBOs / line department functionaries.
  7. To travel extensively in geographically remote GPs under the assigned Cluster(s) and monitor progress of the Project related activities to ensure sustained progress and quality of outputs and outcomes.
  8. To prepare and submit progress report to the State Programme Coordinator and all others concerned as per requirement of the Project.
  9. To discharge such other responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by authorities for successful implementation of the Project.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Post Graduate Degree / 2 years’ Post Graduate Diploma in Social Science including Economics/Rural Development/Rural Management/Political Science/Sociology/ Anthropology / Social Work/Development Studies / History and similar disciplines from any recognized university.
  2. Minimum academic standards: 60% marks in Secondary (Class X) or equivalent examination; 50% marks in Higher Secondary (Class XII) or equivalent examination in any discipline; 50% marks at Graduation level in any of the above-mentioned disciplines; and 50% marks at Post Graduation level in any of the above-mentioned disciplines.
  3. Age: 21-30 years as on 01/11/2020. Relaxation in the upper Age Limit: by 5 years for SC & ST candidates and by 3 years for OBC candidates.
  4. Reservation of Posts: 15% for SC, 7.5% for ST and 27% for OBC Candidates, as per the Order No.36036/3/2018-Estt (Res.) dated 15 May, 2018 and Model Roster for Reservation of the Department of Personnel & Training, Government of India.
  5. Agreeableness to reside at the allotted Clusters on their own arrangement, if engaged.
  6. Proficiency in writing and speaking English and Hindi.
  7. Proficiency in reading, writing and speaking the local language, preferably for working in their own States/UTs.
  8. Appropriate attitude to mix, develop rapport and work with Elected Representatives (ER) and functionaries of GPs and rural communities in remote rural areas and strong commitment to work on mission mode for Sustainable Development.
  9. Keenness to undergo thorough induction level training to be organised by the NIRD&PR and pass the standards to be set for eligibility for final deployment.
  10. Knack for Capability Building & Training through demonstration and Handholding Support to ERs and functionaries of GPs and rural communities.
  11. Soft skills including proficiency in MS Office (at least Word, Excel & PowerPoint) and capacity for online training and reporting.
  12. Uncompromising consent and keenness to reside and remain immersed in a remote rural Cluster and to undertake extensive travel within the allotted Cluster of GPs by own means.
  13. Capacity to work for prolonged hours.
  14. Prior experience in the given field of work will be given preference.

Consolidated Contractual Remuneration: 35,000/- (Rupees thirty-five thousand) only per month, for working for 25 full days every month and for meeting the cost of travel within the Cluster of posting; Travel and subsistence on official tour outside the Cluster will be paid as per norms of the NIRD&PR.

  • Position: Cluster Level Resource Person
  • No of posts: 250
  • Job Profile
  1. To facilitate intense community mobilisation at Neighbourhood and Ward levels to enhance people’s active participation in the functioning of GPs and GPDP.
  2. To provide support to GPPFTs and WPFTs in collection of Primary Data e.g. through Household Data, Sector-based Community Data, conduct of PRA/PLA etc.
  3. To provide support to the GPs under the Cluster(s) in organising Gram Sabha, Ward Sabha, Mahila Sabha, neighbourhood level meetings etc.
  4. To facilitate organic ‘connect’ between the GPs and the communities.
  5. To assist the Young Fellow in her/his functions, particularly at community level.
  6. To provide Handholding Support to the GPs under the Cluster(s) in planning and execution of IEC Plans to ensure participation of people in preparation, implementation and monitoring of GPDP in close collaboration with identified NGOs/SHGs/CBOs/line department functionaries and communities.
  7. To provide Handholding Support to communities in mobilising no-cost voluntary actions e.g. cleanliness drive, development of kitchen garden at every house on 100% saturation basis, water and soil conservation, raising of nursery etc.
  8. To discharge such other responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by authorities for successful implementation of the Project.
  • Eligibility Criteria
  1. Class XII pass from any recognized Board of Education.
  2. Five years’ experience of working for promotion of SHGs or as Group Leader of SHG or Village Organisation or Cluster Level Federations or Community Resource Person under SRLM or Certified Master Resource Persons of NIRDPR or Certified Master Trainers of NRLM/SRLM.
  3. Age: 25-40 years as on 01/11/2020. Relaxation in the upper Age Limit: by 5 years for SC & ST candidates and by 3 years for OBC candidates.
  4. Reservation of Posts: 15% for SC, 7.5% for ST and 27% for OBC Candidates, as per the Order No.36036/3/2018-Estt (Res.) dated 15 May, 2018 and Model Roster for Reservation of the Department of Personnel & Training, Government of India.
  5. Agreeableness to reside at the allotted Clusters on their own arrangement, if engaged.
  6. Skill in reading English plus reading, writing and speaking the local language.
  7. Appropriate attitude to mix, develop rapport and work with Elected Representatives (ER) and functionaries of GPs and rural communities in remote rural areas and strong commitment to work on mission mode for Sustainable Development.
  8. Keenness to undergo thorough induction level training to be organised by the NIRD&PR and pass the standards to be set for eligibility for final deployment.
  9. Knack for Capability Building & Training through demonstration and Handholding Support to ERs and functionaries of GPs, SHGs and rural communities.
  10. Uncompromising consent and keenness to reside and remain immersed in a remote Cluster, preferably in her/his own district, and undertake extensive travel within the allotted Cluster(s) of GPs by own means.
  11. Capacity to work for prolonged hours.

Consolidated Contractual Remuneration: 12,500/- (Rupees twelve thousand and five hundred) only per month for working for 25 full days every month and for meeting the cost of travel inside the Cluster of posting; Travel and subsistence on official tour outside the district/cluster will be paid as per norms of the NIRD&PR.

Annexure

List of 250 Clusters selected for the Model GP Clusters Project (State/UT & District wise)

Sl.

No.

State District No. of Clusters
1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands North and Middle 2
2 South
3 Arunachal Pradesh East Kameng 10
4 Namsai
5 Lower Siang
6 Lower Dibang Valley
7 East Siang
8 Tirap
9 West Siang
10 Siang
11 Kra Daadi
12 Tawang
13 Assam Bongaigaon 19
14 Cachar
15 Chirang
16 Darrang
17 Dibrugarh
18 Jorhat
19 Morigaon
20 Nalbari
21 Sonitpur
22 Hojai
23 Nagaon
24 West Karbi Anglong
25 Baksa
26 Hailakandi
27 Udalguri
28 Barpeta
29 Dhubri
30 Karbi Anglong
31 Sivsagar
32 Bihar Jamui 5

 

 

 

33 Nawada
34 Banka
35 Muzaffarpur
36 Gaya
37 Chhattisgarh Kanker (Uttar Bastar) 16
38 Bijapur
39 Narayanpur
40 Sukma
41 Korba
42 Dhamtari
43 Pendra Gaurella Marwahi
44 Korea
45 Jashpur
46 Balrampur
47 Surajpur
48 Balod
49 Durg
50 Raigarh
51 Gariaband
52 Bilaspur
53 Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu Dadra & Nagar Haveli 3
54 Daman
55 Diu
56 GOA North Goa 2
57 South Goa
58 Gujarat Dohad 11
59 Narmada
60 Dang
61 Tapi
62 Surat
63 Bharuch
64 Panchmahal
65 Navsari
66 Sabarkantha
67 Vadodara
68 Valsad
69 Haryana Nuh 1
70 Himachal Pradesh Chamba 13
71 Hamirpur
72 Kangra
73 Kinnaur

 

 

 

74 Kullu
75 Lahul And Spiti
76 Jammu And Kashmir Anantnag 10
77 Badagam
78 Doda
79 Jammu
80 Pulwama
81 Reasi
82 Samba
83 Udhampur
84 Kupwara
85 Baramulla
86 Jharkhand Saraikela-Kharsawan 7
87 Jamtara
88 Sahibganj
89 Garhwa
90 Godda
91 Karnataka Raichur 2
92 Yadgir
93 Kerala Wayanad 1
94 Ladakh Leh 2
95 Kargil
96 Madhya Pradesh Singrauli 22
97 Damoh
98 Khandwa (East Nimar)
99 Vidisha
100 Alirajpur
101 Jhabua
102 Dindori
103 Barwani
104 Dhar
105 Khargone (West Nimar)
106 Ratlam
107 Betul
108 Seoni
109 Balaghat
110 Hoshangabad
111 Shahdol
112 Umaria
113 Sheopur
114 Burhanpur
115 Chindwara

 

 

 

 

116 Sidhi
117 Anoopur
118 Maharashtra Gadchiroli 11
119 Thane
120 Nasik
121 Dhule
122 Ahmednagar
123 Pune
124 Nanded
125 Jalgaon
126 Amravati
127 Kolhapur
128 Chandrapur
129 Manipur Senapati 13
130 Tamenglong
131 Pherzwal
132 Churachandpur
133 Tengnoupal
134 Chandel
135 Ukhrul
136 Kamjong
137 Bishnupur
138 Imphal East
139 Jiribam
140 Thoubal
141 Meghalaya East Khasi Hills 8
142 North Garo Hills
143 Ribhoi
144 South Garo Hills
145 West Khasi Hills
146 West Jaintia Hills
147 West Garo Hills
148 Ri Bhoi
149 Mizoram Aizawl 9
150 Kolasib
151 Lunglei
152 Mamit
153 Serchhip
154 Saiha
155 Khawzawl
156 Saitual
157 Champhai

 

 

 

 

158 Nagaland Dimapur 9
159 Kiphire
160 Kohima
161 Mokokchung
162 Mon
163 Wokha
164 Tuensang
165 Zunheboto
166 Odisha Bolangir 17
167 Baleshwar
168 Ganjam
169 Gajapati
170 Kalahandi
171 Kandhamal
172 Keonjhar
173 Mayurbhanj
174 Malkangiri
175 Nabarangpur
176 Nuapada
177 Rayagada
178 Sambalpur
179 Sundargarh
180 Puducherry Karaikal 2
181 Pondicherry
182 Rajasthan Jaisalmer 6
183 Dholpur
184 Karouli
185 Banswara
186 Dungarpur
187 Sirohi
188 Sikkim East District- Ranka Block 5
189 South District- Namchi Block
190 West District- Dentam Block
191 North District- Kabi Block
192 Tamil Nadu Virudhnagar 2
193 Ramanathapuram
194 Telangana Khammam 5
195 Mahabubnagar
196 Warangal (Rural)
197 Kumrambheem (Asifabad)
198 Jayashankar (Bhupalpalli)
199 Tripura Dhalai 9
200 Gomati

 

 

 

 

201 Khowai
202 North Tripura
203 Sepahijala
204 South Tripura
205 Unakoti
206 West Tripura
207 Uttar Pradesh Sonbhadra 9
208 Bahraich
209 Balrampur
210 Shravasti
211 Chitrakoot
212 Fatehpur
213 Gorakhpur
214 Banaras
215 Chandauli
216 Uttarakhand Nainital 13
217 Rudra Prayag
218 Champawat
219 Theri Garhwal
220 Bageshwar
221 Haridwar
222 Pithoragarh
223 Chamoli
224 Almora
225 Uttar Kashi
226 Pauri Garhwal
227 Udam Singh Nagar
228 Dehradun
229 West Bengal Dakshin Dinajpur 6
230 Jalpaiguri
231 Paschim Medinipur
232 Purba Medinipu
233 Murshidabad
234 Puruliya
Total 234 250

 

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