Deputy Collector :
Full-Form of DC is Deputy Collector.
The post of Deputy Collector is the most preferred post by the students of MPSC. The post of Deputy Collector is filled by the State Government .Deputy Collector is a gazetted post The Deputy Collector acts as a link between the Tehsildar and the Collector.
Eligibility to be a Deputy Collector:
There are three types of qualifications: education, physical, and age Criteria.
Physical: Physical fitness is not so important.
Educational qualification for deputy collector :
The first and most important point in academic qualification is that you must pass graduation in . A graduate from any branch like Arts, Commerce Science, or Doctor Engineer Exam of any stream can apply. It is important to graduate from a recognized university or open university The student should be a graduate and should have a percentage of 35% or just above it. Students who are in the final year of graduation can also apply for the MPSC exam.
Age Limit for Deputy Collector :
minimum age for Amagas category / Backward class / Orphan students is 19 years and the maximum age for Amagas category is 38 years & for Backward class / Orphan students is 43 years. The maximum age to apply for Proficient players, Ex-servicemen, emergency, And short-serving royal officers is 43 Years and for Divyang candidates is 45 years.
Important Stages To become a Deputy Collector
To become a Deputy Collector you have to take three important exams(Stages) namely pre-exam, main exam, and interview. The pre-examination is for 400 marks. The main examination is 800 marks and the interview is 100 marks.
Many students think that there is a merit list of thirteen hundred marks(400+800+100 = 13,000)
But this is not the case. Because the pre-examination is only of Qualifying Nature, her marks are not considered in the final merit list.
The final merit list contains only 800 marks of pre-examination and 100 marks of Interview with a total of 900 marks.
Deputy Collector salary:
The starting salary of the Deputy Collector is Rs. 80,000 to 85,00 and then it is increasing by Rs. 4000 per year. And posting can be done in different posts in any district of Maharashtra.
What is your seniority then? What is your age? How old are you? How many seats are there according to your caste? And after 15 years of service, it can be your promotion to the post of IAS.
Deputy Collector Work:
(Nature of work in the post of Sub-Divisional Officer)
- Works as a link between district administration and taluka administration
- Decides on Tehsildar’s decision on land claims as an Appellate Authority
- Ordering deportation under Bombay Police Act Allowing or denying deforestation under the Deforestation Act
- Control over administrative distribution system Inspection of warehouses Inquiry report in non-agricultural cases
- To inspect MGNREGA works. Chairman of Jalayukta Shivar Sub-Divisional Committee.
- To manage natural calamities like floods, droughts, epidemics, etc.
- Supervise work on election riot control rehabilitation
- Implementation of various social science schemes. Issuance of various certificates
- To act as a courtesy officer in the line of important persons
Advantages of the post of Deputy Collector
- Being dominated by a large administrative system is a big social scare.
- The Lok Sabha had a great opportunity to gain great social prestige.
- IAS has the opportunity to go to this position.
- The government vehicle gets the working class under the government residence.
Deputy Collector Post and Nature of work
|Post||Nature of work|
|Resident Deputy Collector||To work as a Collector, to assist the Collector in his work, to look after the work in the absence of the Collector|
|District Supply Officer||To control the public food distribution system in the district|
|Land Acquisition and Rehabilitation Officer||Acquisition of land Distribution of compensation Rehabilitation of citizens who have been given land for the project|
|District Election Officer||Carry out the work of registration of votes and preparation of voter identity card etc. as per the schedule of Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha Election Commission.|
What is the difference between Gazetted Officer and Non Gazetted Officer?
1) Gazetted or Gazetted Officers are Class 1 officers.
2) Gazette or Gazette is published by Central Government and State Government.
3) The appointment letter of the Gazetted Officer is signed by the President and the Governor. 4) Gazetted officers have a very important role in administration.
5) Gazetted officers have higher salaries and responsibilities. India.
6) All kinds of officers are important to run the administration.
B) Non-Gazetted Officer:
1) A non-gazetted officer is a non-gazetted officer.
2) Apart from these posts, some other officers are Gazetted Officers.
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