ICDS UP Anganwadi Bharti 2021: The process of applying for Anganwadi recruitment is going on in all the districts of UP. One by one the different district application forms are releasing online on the official website balvikasup.gov.in. The Department of Child Development Services and Nutrition, Government of Uttar Pradesh on Friday started the process of application for recruitment to Anganwadis located in Kanpur Nagar, Banda, Chandauli, Ghazipur, Baghpat, Moradabad, Rampur. With these recruitments, 53000 recruitments of workers and assistants will be done in Anganwadis of the state.
The last date of application is 1 July for Baghpat district, 28 June for Banda, Chandauli 1 July, Ghazipur 1 July, Kanpur Nagar 30 June, Moradabad 30 June, Rampur 30 June 2021.
Application process is already going on for Saharanpur, Shamli and Bijnor, can apply
The process of application is going on for the recruitment of workers and assistants in Anganwadis of Saharanpur, Shamli and Bijnor. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online by visiting balvikasup.gov.in by 11 June 2021 for Shamli city and 12 June 2021 for Bijnor. The last date to apply for Saharanpur is 23 June 2021.
Earlier the application processes of Kushinagar, Firozabad, Agra, Ambedkar Nagar, Amethi, Faizabad, Hathras, Mau districts have been completed.
Eligibility: For Anganwadi workers minimum high school (10th) and for Anganwadi assistants minimum 5th standard should be passed.
Age Range – The minimum age limit for the post of Anganwadi workers, mini Anganwadi workers and assistants is 21 years and maximum 45 years.
Selection will be from merit list. In preparing the merit, the marks up to graduation will be added to the educational coefficient but no marks will be given for qualification above that.
Important guidelines related to the application
Interested candidates should apply online by visiting balvikasup.gov.in.
Online application form is available in Hindi language, which can be filled by the applicant in both English and Hindi (Unicode) languages. The online application form will be filled in four parts.
– Will enter the personal details of the candidate in Part-I of the registration. On submission of the details, the applicant will be asked to verify the details given and make amendments, if any, to the particulars mentioned in the application form. Thereafter a registration number will be generated at this stage. The applicant is also advised that the registration number should be kept intact for future references.
– In Part-II of the registration, the applicant has to fill the educational qualification. The grade/CGPA and percentage will be calculated automatically.
– In Part-III of Registration, the applicant has to upload the photograph and signature. The scanned images should be in JPG, JPEG, PNG format and should be uploaded first. The digital size of the photograph should not exceed 20KB. After uploading your photograph by the applicant, upload your scanned signature in JPG, JPEG, PNG format only, whose digital size should not exceed 10KB.
In Part-IV of the Registration, the applicant has to agree to the declaration that he can press the button of ‘Save Draft’ to make necessary corrections in future before the specified date of application. The applicant can also take a print out of the draft for viewing/examination of the entries made in the application form. No modification will be done in the application form after the applicant presses the ‘Final Submit’ button.
– After successful submission of the application form of the applicant, an automatic message will be sent to the registered mobile number of the applicant.
-Important information “Merely filling the application form by the applicant will not give the right of eligibility and selection to the applicant. The applicant will be included in the selection process only after the verification of his/her records. Ask the applicant for their original record verification by the competent authority. On leaving, it will be the responsibility of the applicant to present the same by the stipulated time.’