Jharkhand is located in the eastern part of India. It was formed after the bifurcation of the southern part of Bihar on 15 November 2000. The State is blessed with many natural resources and a wide variety of flora and fauna. The popular city Jamshedpur is India’s first planned industrial city and the home for world’s tenth largest steel plant. Geographically, it is the 16th largest State in India, covering a total area of 79,714 square kilometers. Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Ranchi, Bokaro Steel and Deoghar are the largest cities in the State. The capital city of the State is Ranchi, for administrative convenience 24 districts of Jharkhand are grouped into five divisions. Twenty-nine percent of the state’s geographical area is under for forest cover.
The State has a total population of about 32.96 million out of which 28% of the population belongs to tribal communities. However, there is a decline in tribal population due to rapid industrialization in the State. State government provides free and compulsory primary education for all children aged below 14 years. Every school is affiliated to the state board of secondary education or CBSE or ICSE. The state has a wide network of around 21,386 government and private schools along with famous universities and institutes for higher education. The figures show that the literacy rate will improve in the State, which is 67.8 percent as per the 2011 data.
The mineral-rich State of India has more potential to create a number of jobs. Its economy is largely based on Agriculture and mining. It has high deposits of iron ore, coal, copper ore, mica, bauxite and other natural resources. Agriculture Sector employs 49 percent of the workforce and non-manufacturing sector (quarrying and mining) employs 23 percent. The State government ensures that more people are employed through skill enhancement and various employment programs. Drona provides updated information about the government jobs notifications and it also provides tailored current affairs and GK to crack the competitive exam that provides entry into government services.
The State government also employs a considerable number of people in various departments of state government. Jharkhand Public Service Commission looks after the recruitment process to induct the qualified candidates into the state government services. The Commission came into existence as per the constitutional provisions are given in Article 315. It undertakes the responsibility of conducting written examination and interviews to various government posts in the State. Jharkhand government releases the following recruitment notifications frequently Jharkhand SSC, Jharkhand CCE, Jharkhand Police, Jharkhand TET, etc.
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