Anganwadi Worker Helper Recruitment 2021 – Women & Child Development Dept, Gadag 120 Vacancies

Anganwadi Worker Helper Recruitment 2021

Anganwadi Worker Helper Recruitment 2021 : Department of Women and Child Development, Karnataka invites online applications from eligible candidates for Anganwadi Helper and Worker . Interested Candidates fulfilling the Eligibility Criteria can Apply Online.

Important Dates for Anganwadi Worker – Helper Recruitment 2021

  • Online Application starts from 08-01-2021 1000 Hrs.
  • Last date to Apply Online is 08-02-2021 1730 Hrs.

Age Limit for Anganwadi Worker – Helper Recruitment 2021

  • Minimum age limit is 18 Years.
  • Maximum age limit is 35 Years.
  • An Upper age limit of 10 years is relaxed for PwD candidates.

Application Fee for Anganwadi Worker – Helper Recruitment 2021

  • Application fee is exempted for all candidates.

Selection Process for Anganwadi Worker – Helper Recruitment 2021

  • Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the Interview and Written Test.
  • Candidates will be called for Document verification / Interview as applicable for the post.

Important Links Anganwadi Worker Helper Recruitment 2021

To Apply Online Click Here

Official Notification Click Here

Official Website Click here


Contact Address for Anganwadi Worker – Helper Recruitment 2021

MS Building, DWCD, 1st Floor,
Dr Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore – 560001
Email ID : jdicds.dwcd@gmail.com, Ph – 080 26578688


About Department of Women and Child Empowerment

Department of Women and Child Empowerment : Prior to the Reorganisation of States, there was no separate Department as such to deal with the various social legislations like the Children Act, the Probation of Offenders Act and the Prevention of Prostitution Act in Mysore State. The Inspector-General of Prisons was looking after the work under the Madras Children Act and the Madras Probation of Offenders Act in the District of Bellary which was merged in the Mysore State in 1953. The Inspector-General of Prisons continued to be in charge of the above work for some time even after the Reorganisation of States. Consequent on the Reorganisation of States, the Inspector-General of Prisons was also made responsible for the work under the Bombay Children Act, the Bombay Probation of Offenders Act and the Bombay Habitual Offenders Restriction Act, in the four districts of Bombay-Karnataka, and the work under the Madras Probation of offenders Act in the District of South Kanara.
During 1957, a separate Department known as the Probation and After-Care Services Department was created for looking after the work under the various items of social legislation and was attached to the Social Welfare Department. Further, the work under the Social and Moral Hygiene and After-Care Programme and Welfare Services in Prisons was also entrusted to this new Department. The After-Care Services Department was converted into the Department of Women and Child Welfare in 1975 following the announcement of the International Women’s Year. The Women’s Development Corporation was set up in 1987 to fund income generating programs for women.

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