Education Department Gilgit Baltistan is seeking applicationsDistrict Education Department Hunza Jobs residents of Hunza District for the vacant seats in Education Authority Hunza.
محکمہ تعلیم گلگت بلتستان ضلع ہنزہ کے رہائشیوں سے ایجوکیشن اتھارٹی ہنزہ (ڈسٹرکٹ ایجوکیشن ڈیپارٹمنٹ ہنزہ جابز 2023) میں خالی نشستوں کے لیے درخواستیں طلب کر رہا ہے۔
Government schools in Hunza District are opening new jobs for boys and for girls. The posts of Naib Qasid and sweeper are opening. Candidates aged 18 to 41 are qualified for the Middle Pass.
A list of Schools is provided in the advertisement. Desired applicants can forward their applications for these Class IV Jobs before 4th February 2023. Attested copies of relevant documents must be submitted.
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District Education Department Hunza Jobs Details:
|Your Question||My Answer|
|Posted on:||27th January 2023|
|Address:||Deputy Director, District Education, Hunza|
|Last Date:||February 08, 2023|
Hunza Jobs Vacant Positions:
- Naib Qasid
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District Education Department Hunza Jobs 2023 Advertisement:
How to Apply for District Education Department Hunza Jobs 2023?
- What is the procedure for submitting an application form?
- Before the deadline, interested candidates should submit an application form together with all relevant documentation to the address below.
- Is TA/DA available for these District Education Department Hunza Jobs 2023?
- For the test and interview, no TA/DA will be accepted.
Who is the Education minister of GB?
Gillian Keegan was appointed Secretary of State for Education on 25 October 20
How many districts are there in Gilgit-Baltistan?
As of 2021, there are 14 districts in Gilgit Baltistan, 5 in the Baltistan Division, 5 in the Gilgit Division, and 4 in the Diamer Division.
What is the old name of Gilgit?
The territory of present-day Gilgit-Baltistan became a separate administrative unit in 1970 under the name “Northern Areas“. It was formed by the amalgamation of the former Gilgit Agency, the Baltistan district, and several small former princely states, the largest of which were Hunza and Nagar