North 24 Parganas District Magistrate Collector Office has recently released a new recruitment notification for various Village Resource Person Posts on the official website. Interested candidates please check all recruitment information details and apply for the recruit posts. Candidates also check other important information on the department’s official portal.
North 24 Parganas district is a district in southern West Bengal, of eastern India. North 24 Parganas District Magistrate & Collector Office Recruitment 2021 notification page has been available on the main website http://north24parganas.gov.in. Candidates check and read all page details then apply by filling online application form there.
North 24 Parganas District Magistrate Recruitment 2021 Notifications.
Candidates also check other recruitment-related information as Selection Process, Eligibility Criteria, and more. If any candidate wants to check the official notification page, just click on the given link: http://north24parganas.gov.in/pdf/Regarding%20Recruitment%20Notice%20of%20Village%20Resource%20Person(VRP).pdf
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District North 24 Parganas is proud to be the birthplace of the famous writer and novelist and producer of the national song of India “Vande Mataram“. Bankim Chandra was born in Naihati in the Barrackpore subdivision of the district.
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay – The author of Vande Mataram, the national song of India.
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Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay also known as Bankim Chandra Chatterjee was one of the great novelists and poets of India. He is famous as the author of Vande Mataram, the national song of India. Vande Mataram became a source of inspiration for freedom fighters all over India. At present, there is a library and research institute at his birthplace.
Know About 24 Parganas
North 24-Parganas district comprises five sub-divisions with its administrative headquarters at Barasat. Barasat, Barrackpore, Bangaon, Basirhat, and Bidhannagar. The district is bounded by Nadia district in the north, South 24-Parganas in the south, Bangladesh in the east, and Hooghly district, Hooghly river, and Kolkata in the west. North 24-Parganas district has an international border with Bangladesh in the east which extends for about 230 km. The district has an area of 4094 square kilometers has a population of 10009781 as per the 2011 census and thus shows the highest density with 2445 persons per square kilometer. among all the districts of the state.
It may be mentioned that the district called North Twenty Four Parganas did not exist as we now hear. The name of the district was twenty-four Parganas. In the year 1986 itself, this district was carved out of the erstwhile Twenty Four Parganas district.
Barasat is the district headquarters. The famous writer Bankim Chandra Chatterjee was the first Indian Deputy Magistrate of this city. From 1834 to 1861, Barasat was the seat of a joint-magistrate, known as “Barasat District”. In 1861, the joint magistrate was abolished, and Barasat District became a sub-division of the Twenty-four Parganas district. Presently it is the district headquarters of North 24 Parganas district.
During the time of the British Empire, Barasat town gradually gained its importance. The British had made Barasat their weekend relaxation place. He had built several gardens at different places within the city of Barasat. Warren Hastings had built his villa in the heart of the city of Barasat.
In front of the impressive building is a grand arched portico. On the front wall of the building is a stone slab that reads “In this house lived Lord Warren Hastings.” Warren Hastings was the first Governor-General of British India, who held that high office from 1773 to 1784. He established the system of civil administration which was the basis of Anglo-Indian security and prosperity. The building represents a fine specimen of colonial architecture prevalent during the 18th/19th centuries and was probably used by Warren Hastings as his garden house.
The city of Barasat is well connected by roads to other cities in Kolkata, North Bengal, Bangladesh and West Bengal, while many of these routes originate from the Barasat Bus Terminal. two nos. A number of National Highways (NH 34 and NH 35) and State Highways (SH 2) run through Barasat city, Barasat is also well connected by railways with Sealdah, Bongaon and Basirhat.
By Road:– Barasat can be reached from Kolkata in two ways. To reach Airport Gate No. 1 either take VIP Road (Nazrul Islam Sarani) from Ultadanga (VIP Crossing) and to reach the same Airport Gate No. 1 via Jessore Road (National Highway 34) or Shyambazar via Nagarbazar to Jessore Road Go. And went straight for the procession. Barasat is at a direct drive of 8 km from this crossing.
Barasat is a major road. NH 12 (initially known as Krishnanagar Road) travels north eventually to North Bengal and is the major link between Calcutta and north-eastern India. Jessore Road (NH 112) leads to Bongaon and eventually to the Bangladesh border at Petrapole. Taki Road leads to Basirhat, Hasanabad, and Taki via Berachampa. Barrackpore Road connects National Highway 112 with Kalyani Expressway and Barrackpore in Barasat.
Train:– Barasat Junction is the railway station, on the Bangaon line of Sealdah station (North section). This junction is where the Bongaon line and the Hasanabad-Basirhat line of the Kolkata Suburban Railway diverge. The Barasat-Basirhat railway line was originally run by the Martin Light Railway. Now it is a section (BT-HNB section) under the Sealdah Division of Eastern Railway. Hridaypur (Sealdah-Bongaon line) and Kazipara (Barasat-Hasnabad line) are other railway stations in the area of Barasat Municipality. Presently a metro railway line is under construction which is basically an extension of Kolkata Metro.