DESGPC Recruitment 2023 | Clerk , DEO, Operator, Conductor & Driver Vacancies | Apply Online
Directorate of Education Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhank Committee (DESGPC) has published a notification for the recruitment of Data Entry Operator (DEO), Clerk, Driver, Conductor & Other Vacancies. All those candidates who are interested in the recruitment details and completed All eligibility criteria can read the notification & apply.
|Sl No||Vacancy Name||Total Posts||Education Qualification|
|1||Driver||16||As Per Norms|
|2||Bus Conductor||10||10th Class|
|5||Sewadarni||2||As Per Norms|
|6||Computer Operator||2||As Per Norms|
|7||Accounts Clerk||12||BE/ B.Tech in CSE/ IT, B.Sc, BCA|
|9||Office Assistant||9||As Per Norms|
|11||Care Take (Maid)||1|
|12||Office Assistant/ Clerk||2||12th Class|
|13||Fee Clerk||1||Any Degree|
|14||Gate Keeper||3||8th Class|
|15||Computer Typist/ Operator||1||As Per Norms|
|17||Data Entry Operator||1|
|18||Science Lab Attendant||1|
|19||Computer Lab Attendant||1||12th Class|
|20||Librarian||2||As per Norms|
|23||Bus Conductor & Sewadarni (Female)||3|
|All Interested Candidates Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply|
Application Form Fee:
- All Candidates need to pay Rs. 300/-
- Mode Of Payment : Demand Draft
- Starting Date for Apply: 10th April 2023
- Last Date to Apply: 21th April 2023
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About SGPC (Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee), Sri Amritsar:
Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Sri Amritsar abbreviated as SGPC and called as mini-parliament of Sikhs, is directly elected through election by the Sikh sangat i.e. Sikh male and female voters above 18 years of age who are registered as voters under the provisions of the Sikh Gurdwaras Act, 1925. This Act was enacted by the British Punjab Government after assent of the Punjab Governor-General on July 28, 1925, A.D. which was published first time in Punjab Gazette of August 07, 1925, A.D.
This Act came into force on November 1, 1925, A.D. following its official notification No. 4288-S dated October 12, 1925, A.D. Following the demise of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in June 1839, A.D. the Sikh Empire started to decline and it finally lasted till March 1849, A.D. when the British government took over the charge in Punjab.
To take control of Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar, the British government first appointed a “Chief Administrator” (Sarabraah) through deputy commissioner (DC), Amritsar and the use of gurdwara management started to take place for establishing Christianity in Punjab. Slowly, the devout Sikhs began to break away from the Guru Ghars and during the British rule, the management of Gurdwaras came into the hands of udasi mahants, and these managers played in the hands of the ruling power. Following, to rectify the deterioration in the management of the Gurdwaras, the alert or conscious Gursikhs organized themselves to consolidate the power and capability and formed Singh Sabha Lehar (movement) and Chief Khalsa Diwan. With these developments, the Sikhs started Gurdwara Reform Movement to improve management in Gurdwaras.