About Department of Cooperation, Goa Recruitment 2021: Department of Cooperation, Goa invites online applications for the post of Sr Marketing Inspector, Sr. Auditor / Sr.Inspector / SRO, Jr. Auditor / Jr.Inspector, Jr. Stenographer, Lower Division Clerk, Audit Assistant, Grader Assessor and Multitasking Staff. Interested Candidates fulfilling the Eligibility Criteria can Apply through the enclosed Application format.
Important Dates for Department of Cooperation, Goa Recruitment 2021
- Last date to submit Online Application is 09-04-2021 1700 hrs.
Age Limit for Department of Cooperation, Goa Recruitment 2021
- Maximum age to apply is 45 Years.
- Age relaxations for SC / ST / OBC (NCL) / EWS / PwD shall be as per Govt.guidelines.
Application Fee for Department of Cooperation, Goa Recruitment 2021
- Fees for candidates belonging to UnReserved Category is Rs. 500/-.
- Fees exempted for candidates belonging to SC, ST, PwD and Departmental Candidates.
- Fee payment has to be made by Debit / Credit Card / Net Banking.
Applications to be Addressed for Department of Cooperation, Goa Recruitment 2021
To The Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Government of Goa, “Sahakar Sankul”, 4th and 5th Floor, EDC Complex, Patto, Panaji Goa-403001”
Important Links for Department of Cooperation, Goa Recruitment 2021
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Contact Address for Department of Cooperation, Goa Recruitment 2021
Department of Cooperation, 2nd Floor IT Hub, Altinho, Panaji, Goa – 403001, Ph : 1800-233-5060, Fax: +918322221490, Email : firstname.lastname@example.org,
About Department of Cooperation, Goa
Goa, the 25th State in the Union of India was liberated on 19th December 1961 from Portuguese. It was a part of Union Territory of Goa, Daman, and Diu till 30th May 1987 when it was framed a separate State.
The Cooperative Movement was launched in the erstwhile Union territory of Goa, Daman and Diu way back in the year 1962, for the upliftment of the downtrodden and weaker section of the Society. Soon, it spread over different aspect and sectors such as agriculture, credit, consumers, housing, dairy farming and other types of cooperative societies.
To cater to the needs of various cooperative societies and to have control over it, the State Government established the Department of Cooperation in the year 1962. The Department of Cooperation i.e. the office of Registrar of Cooperative Societies is the registering and controlling Authority of all the Cooperative Societies.