Latest/Current Government Job/Vacancies (Sarkari Naukri) in all Cities/ Town of Punjab, India in almost all sectors/departments/agencies/organizations/companies of Central and State Government of Punjab, India.
Minimum Qualification - 10+2, Graduate/Post Graduate
Work Hours - Full Time
Location - All Cities of Maharashtra, India
Salary - INR 20,000 to 1,50,000
Latest Government Jobs/Vacancies/Placement in All Cities of Punjab, India:-
1 Ludhiana, Ludhiana District, Punjab
2 Amritsar, Amritsar District, Punjab
3 Jalandhar, Jalandhar District, Punjab
4 Patiala, Patiala District, Punjab
5 Bathinda, Bathinda District, Punjab
6 Mohali, Mohali District, Punjab
7 Hoshiarpur, Hoshiarpur District, Punjab
8 Batala, Gurdaspur District, Punjab
9 Pathankot, Pathankot District, Punjab
10 Moga, Moga District, Punjab
11 Abohar, Fazilka District, Punjab
12 Malerkotla, Malerkotla District, Punjab
13 Khanna, Ludhiana District, Punjab
14 Phagwara, Kapurthala District, Punjab
15 Muktsar, Muktsar District, Punjab
16 Barnala, Barnala District, Punjab
21 Rajpura, Patiala District, Punjab
18 Firozpur, Firozpur District, Punjab
20 Kapurthala, Kapurthala District, Punjab
17 Faridkot, Faridkot District, Punjab
22 Sunam, Sangrur District, Punjab
About Punjab State of India:-
Punjab, the province of India, is situated in the northwestern piece of the subcontinent. It is limited by Jammu and Kashmir association region toward the north, Himachal Pradesh state toward the upper east, Haryana state toward the south and southeast, and Rajasthan state toward the southwest, and by the nation of Pakistan toward the west. Punjab in its current structure appeared on November 1, 1966, when the majority of its dominatingly Hindi-talking regions were isolated to shape the new province of Haryana. The city of Chandigarh, inside the Chandigarh association domain, is the joint capital of Punjab and Haryana.
The word Punjab is a compound of two Persian words, panj ("five") and āb ("water"), along these lines implying the place where there are five waters, or five streams (the Beas, Chenab, Jhelum, Ravi, and Sutlej). The word's starting point can maybe be followed to panca nothing, Sanskrit for "five waterways" and the name of a locale referenced in the antiquated epic the Mahabharata. As applied to the current Indian province of Punjab, in any case, it is a misnomer: since the parcel of India in 1947, just two of those waterways, the Sutlej and the Beas, exist in Punjab's domain, while the Ravi streams just along part of its western line. Region 19,445 square miles (50,362 square km). Populace (2011) 27,704,236.
Punjab traverses three physiographic areas, the littlest being the Siwalik Range in the upper east, where heights reach around 3,000 feet (900 meters). Further south, the tight, undulating lower region district is taken apart by firmly dispersed occasional downpours, privately known as chos, a few of which end in the plain beneath without joining any stream. Toward the south and west of the lower regions lies the expansive level plot, with low-lying floodplains isolated by marginally raised uplands. This locale, with its fruitful alluvial soils, slants tenderly from a height of around 900 feet (275 meters) in the upper east to around 550 feet (170 meters) in the southwest. The southwestern piece of the fields, once in the past tossed with sandhills, has for the most part been evened out off with the development of water system projects.
Individuals of Punjab are basically relatives of the purported Aryan clans that entered India from the northwest during the second thousand years BCE, just as the pre-Aryan populace, likely Dravidians (speakers of Dravidian dialects), who had a profoundly evolved development. Relics of this human advancement have been uncovered at Rupnagar (Ropar). Progressive influxes of trespassers—Greeks, Parthians, Kushans, and Hephthalites (Hunas)— added to the variety of prior social, or rank, gatherings (jatis). Afterward, intruders under the pennant of Islam constrained a few vanquished gatherings, (for example, the Jat laborer position and the Rajput class of landowners) to change over to the Muslim confidence, albeit numerous transformations were deliberately affected by Sufi holy people.
Today, notwithstanding, the larger part religion of Punjab is Sikhism, which started from the lessons of Nanak, the primary Sikh Guru. Hindus make up the biggest minority, however there additionally is a critical populace of Muslims. There are little networks of Christians and Jains in certain spaces. Some two-fifths of Punjab's populace comprises Hindus and Sikhs who formally have a place with the Scheduled Castes (once called "untouchables"), which possess a moderately low situation inside the customary Indian station framework.
Punjabi is the authority state language. Alongside Hindi, it is the most broadly spoken. Nonetheless, many individuals additionally communicate in English and Urdu.
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