Assam Agriculture Department Recruitment 2022 | Check Here, How to Apply & Other Details

Assam Agriculture Department Recruitment 2022: Walk-in-Interviews will be held from 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM in the Krishi Niwas, Agriculture Campus , Khanapara, Guwahati-22 for recruitment of potential candidates for the various position on contractual basis as mentioned below. Interested candidates shall be mandatorily required to bring an application as per the standard form under Assam Gazette ( Part-IX) along with all the original certificates / documents supporting to qualification, experience, age, identity proof, latest salary certificate, 2 nos. of recent colour passport photograph etc and also a set of self attested copies of the same. Candidates shall go through the detail Walk-in-Interview notice and the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the positions at the Departmental Website https://diragri.assam.govt.in

Assam Agriculture Department Recruitment 2022

  • Interview Date: 27,28 & 29 Sep 2022
  • Total Post: 20
Post NameIndicative Range of
CTP per Year
Programme Officer 9 PostRs. 6.00 Lakh
Accounts Officer 4 PostRs. 4.20 Lakh
Media Expert 7 PostRs. 2.88 Lakh

Note

  • Interview slots shall be on the basis of first cum first registration basis.
  • If the no. of candidates is very high the candidates may be provided a slot on any other day in the week commencing from the date of Walk-In-Interview

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Assam Agriculture Department Recruitment 2022

About Assam Agriculture

In a Memorandum prepared by Rai Bahadur, K. L. Barua, B. L., the then Director of Agriculture, Assam in 1927 for submission of Commission of Agriculture, a vivid picture of growth of Agriculture Department is found.

The Department saw considerable expansion in its first half century’s existence although it was combined either with Land Records or with Industries and Cooperation Departments except for the period from 1906-07 to 1911-12 when Assam was amalgamated with Eastern Bengal. In 1930, Industries and Cooperation Department were separated and Agriculture became an independent Department in November 1930.

Mr. A. G. Birt joined as the first technically qualified Director of Agriculture, Assam on 01.04.1931. However, his predecessors being generalists were none the worse in their understanding of agricultural situation of the state as may be seen from increase in strength of officers and staff and establishment of research stations on major crops during the first 50 years.

Although establishment of research stations took place, education and training was yet to be started. In  tow Basic Agricultural Schools were established one at Jorhat and the other at Sylhat (Now in Bangladesh) to provide training to the rural youth as per the recommendation of the Assam Unemployment Enquiry Committee Some of those who passed out from these schools were absorbed in Agriculture Department to act Demonstrators Another landmark is the establishment of a citrus Research Station in 1938 with the financial support of ICAR at Byrnihat (now in Meghaloya) Lot of good work was done from the station.

Shri S. C. B. Bhattacharyya and Shri S. Butta with their associate Shri K. Sarmah made an extensive survey of Citrus wealth of Assam with the Byrnihat Station as Centre of actividty Classification of Citrus Fruits of Assam by S. C. Bhattacharyyaa and Shri S. Dutta is a very important monograph published in 1956 which was part of work of this station.

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