|Post Date||Notification Details||Vacancies/ Qualification||Last Date||More Info|
|02.08.2019||Mizoram PSC Assistant Soil Conservation Engineer Recruitment||04/ B.E||05.09.2019||More Details|
|30.07.2019||Mizoram PSC Inspector of Excise Recruitment 2019||03/ Degree||06.09.2019||More Details|
|21.05.2019||Mizoram PSC Veterinary Officer Recruitment 2019||05/Degree||20.06.2019||More Details|
|06.05.2019||DSE Mizoram Group D Recruitment 2019||54/ 8th Class||03.06.2019||More Details|
Mizoram is one of the seven sister north-eastern States of India. It is the fifth-smallest State in the country, occupying a total geographical area of 21,087 square kilometers with over 90 percent of forest cover. The State is in proximity to other countries like Bangladesh and Myanmar and it shares a domestic border with Manipur and Tripura. The State comprises eight administrative districts, with Aizwal as its capital city. Most of the inhabitants of the State are from South-east Asia who had moved to the region during the 16th century. Two hundred tribal chiefs ruled the region until the Britishers captured this region. After India’s Independence in 1947, the State was a part of Assam and later it became the 23rd State of the Indian Union on 20 February 1987.
The term Mizoram is derived from the words, Mi, Zo and Ram which means land of hill people. Ninety percent of the people living in the State have tribal origins. As per the 2011 census, the State’s population is about 11 lakhs with a sex ratio of 975 females per 1000 males. Christianity is the major religion of the State followed by Mizos. Theravada Buddhism and Hinduism contribute to the minority population of the State. Though Mizo is widely spoken in the region, English is largely used for verbal and official communication. Chakma, Lakher, Pawi, Tripuri, Hmar, Paite are other important languages of the State, used by different tribes. Nepali as a language is also in use among the immigrants of Nepal who reside in Mizoram.
The State has a highest literate workforce with a literacy rate of 91.58 percent. The ministry of education continuously strives to encourage education in the State through its several organizations and institutions. The well-known institutes of the State are ICFAI University, National Institute of Technology, Mizoram, College of Veterinary Sciences & Animal Husbandry, Selesih, Aizawl, Mizoram and Regional Institute of Paramedical and Nursing Aizawl.
Mizoram’s economy is based on Agriculture, Horticulture, Energy and other allied sectors. Agriculture sector employs 55 to 60 percent of people in the State. Various departments of the State Government also employ a considerable number of people. Mizoram Public Service Commission conducts the recruitment process for all the positions related to the State Government sector. The Commission was formed as per the Article 315 of the constitution in 1987. The Commission takes the responsibility of scheduling examinations, releasing notifications, conducting interviews based on the requirements of various government departments. Since the formation of the State, Mizoram Public Service Commission (MPSC) has been continuously striving to induct the most qualified personnel to the administrative staff of Mizoram. Drona builds confidence among the aspirants preparing for competitive examinations. The unique platform helps individuals to crack the exam easily. The subject wise material, short cut methods make learning easier for the aspirants. Regular mock tests improve the speed of candidates in solving the problems and answering the questions.
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