Central Employment Exchange Recruitment 2016 — Intake Asst, Vocational Instructor & Physiotherapist Posts
Current Recruitment Notification From Central Employment Exchange 2016-17 | 05 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
Central Employment Exchange Recruitment 2016 – Intake Asst, Vocational Instructor & Physiotherapist Posts: Central Employment Exchange has inform 05 vacant seats for Intake Assistant, Vocational Instructor &Physiotherapist . If you have a dream of join Central Employment Exchange. You can apply in prescribed format on or before 02/11/2016 & for remote areas on or before 09/11/2016. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates.
Central Employment Exchange Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 05
Name of the Posts:
1. Intake Assistant: 02 seats
2. Vocational Instructor: 01 seats
3. Physiotherapist: 02 seat
As per govt rule seats – 1, 21 to 28 years for seat – 2 & 30 years for seat – 3.
Age relaxation is applicable as per govt rules.
For Intake Assistant: Post Graduation in Social Work, Sociology, Disabilities Studies from a recognized university.
For Vocational Instructor: Matriculation or equivalent.
For Physiotherapist: Degree/ Diploma in Physiotheraphy from an indian University or recognized school or equivalent with adequate experience.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on interview.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their application in prescribed format along self attested photocopies of educational/ reservation categories/ experience etc by post/ speed post to concerned address on or before 02/11/2016 & for remote areas on or before 09/11/2016.
Last Date for receipt of Application Form: 02/11/2016.
Last Date for receipt of Application Form for
or remote areas: 09/11/2016.
Job Location: India
About Us- One of the oldest references to a public employment agency was in 1650, when Henry Robinson proposed an “Office of Addresses and Encounters” that would link employers to workers. The British Parliament rejected the proposal, but he himself opened such a business, which was short-lived.Since the beginning of the 20th century, every developed country has created a public employment agency as a way to combat unemployment and help people find work.In the United Kingdom, the first labour exchange was established by social reformer and employment campaigner Alsager Hay Hill in London in 1871. This was later augmented by officially sanctioned exchanges created by the Labour Bureau (London) Act 1902, which subsequently went nationwide, a movement prompted by the Liberal government through the Labour Exchanges Act 1909. The present public provider of job search help is called Jobcentre Plus.In the United States, a federal programme of employment services was rolled out in the New Deal. The initial legislation was called the Wagner-Peyser Act of 1933 and more recently job services happen through one-stop centers established by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.In Australia, the first public employment service was set up in 1946, called the Commonwealth Employment Service.