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Anganwadi Recruitment 2022: There will be recruitment for more than 52000 posts in Anganwadi, 10th 12th pass will be able to apply

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UP Anganwadi Recruitment 2022: A golden opportunity has come up for the candidates who are looking for government jobs, the Uttar Pradesh government is soon going to recruit 52000 women Anganwadi workers. A total of 89 thousand posts of women Anganwadi workers are sanctioned in UP. Out of which 52000 posts are vacant. Posts of women Anganwadi workers are running vacant in UP since 2012.

Qualification

It is mandatory for the candidates applying for the posts of Anganwadi worker to be 10th pass. However, the discussion about the change in qualification is going on. According to the news, this time the minimum educational qualification for the recruitment of Anganwadi workers can be passed 12th. Also, the candidate applying for the post of Anganwadi worker must also be a resident of the concerned district.

Age Range

The age of the applying candidates should be minimum 21 years and maximum 35 years. In Anganwadi recruitment, preference will be given to widow, abandoned and women candidates of families living below poverty line respectively. Along with this, the rules of caste reservation will also be applicable.

Changed eligibility of Anganwadi recruitment

According to a news published in India, Kapil Singh, executive director of UP Child Development Nutrition Department, has said that till now the minimum qualification for the recruitment of Anganwadi workers was 10th pass, but in August last month, the central government changed the rules and the minimum qualification was 12th pass. Done.

monthly honorarium of workers

Anganwadi workers are being given a monthly honorarium of Rs.4000,
Rs.1500 per month, with special incentive amount
of Rs.400 per month from the central government for mobile phone recharge.

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