mpinfo.org - 45 vacancies in Integrated Child Development Scheme, Madhya Pradesh Recruitment 2014
Integrated Child Development Scheme has revealed notification is out now of recruitment in form of as Integrated Child Development Scheme Recruitment 2014 to fill up 45 vacancies. ICDS recruitment 2014 has invited applications for total 45 vacancies on website mpinfo.org by for all those eligible and qualified candidates before due date. To fill up 45 vacancies of various posts in the department of ICDS application process is going on at mpinfo.org.
Integrated Child Development Scheme Recruitment 2014 notification invites public application for the recruitment of Anganwadi Assistant, Mini Anganwadi Worker, Anganwadi Worker for ICDS recruitment 2014 those who are interested can submit their form on main portal site at www.mpinfo.org by all eligible candidates on or before due date.
Name of the Recruiter: Integrated Child Development Scheme
Number of Vacancies: 45 Posts
Name of Posts/ Vacancies In:
Anganwadi Worker - (17 Posts)
Anganwadi Assistant - (26 Posts)
Mini Anganwadi Worker - (2 Posts)
Educational Qualification: For ICDS recruitment, candidates must possess the qualification of 12th standard/ 11th standard for Urban/ Rural for Anganwadi Worker, minimum Vth class for Anganwadi Assistant & Mini Anganwadi Worker. For more details read Integrated Child Development Scheme Recruitment 2014 read notification.
Age Limit: ICDS recruitment, age of the candidates should be between 18 years to 45 years as on 1.1.2014. For more details read notification.
Last date for receipt of ICDS recruitment form: 10.11.2014
How to Apply: Visit official website mpinfo.org fill up application form and all required details for Integrated Child Development Scheme Recruitment 2014 carefully. For more details read notification.
Selection Procedure: On the basis of the based on Merit candidates will be filtered out for 45 vacancies and qualified candidates will be selected for Integrated Child Development Scheme Recruitment 2014.
Official Website: mpinfo.org