Anganwadi Bharti 2022: The bright luck of unemployed women, 53,000 posts in Anganwadi, know the conditions of application
New Delhi: These days the central and state governments are opening treasure chests for women, about which there is a lot of enthusiasm. The aim of the government is to make half the population financially strong and strong. Meanwhile, now the luck of educated women has woken up because the government has removed bumper recruitments on the vacant posts of Anganwadi.
Women can make their dream come true by applying for these recruitments. These bumper recruitments have been taken out in the largest state of the country, Uttar Pradesh. In order to apply, some conditions have been fixed for women, which will have to be followed.
Therefore, all the women of the state who are 5th, 8th and 10th pass can apply for the job in Anganwadi Recruitment. In view of this recruitment exam, we are going to give you all the information related to qualification, age limit and salary details in this news. According to the information received from the department, 53,000 posts will be recruited. I
- Know the details of the posts
Mini Anganwadi Worker
- Post will be available according to merit
All women applying for Anganwadi Recruitment 2022 must have passed class 5th, 8th and 10th from any recognized board.
Women applying for the post of Anganwadi worker must be 10th pass.
Women applying for the post of Anganwadi Assistant should have 5th class degree.
- Candidate’s age
The minimum age of women applying in Anganwadi Recruitment 2022 exam is 21 years and maximum age.
Must be 45 years old. Women from backward classes will be given age relaxation in this recruitment.
- Know the required documents
Applying candidate should have 5th, 8th, 10th class mark sheet.
date of birth certificate
passport size photo
employment registration certificate
educational qualification certificate
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