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Agri assistants receive appointment

Kokrajhar: Altogether 61 persons received appointment letters as Agriculture Extension Assistant at a programme in BTC Secretariat auditorium hall on Tuesday in Kokrajhar.

The appointment letters was ceremmonially distributed in the presence of BTC Legislative Assembly speaker Tridip Daimary,BTC executive members Rajib Brahma,Ansumwi Khunggur Boro,BTC Principal Secretary Biren Chandra Phukan.
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The candidates are recruited through the written examination conducted by central selection board(CSB) and today formally appointed by handing over appointment letters to the selected candidates.

There are 61 AEA posts have been filled up in four districts of BTAD under Agriculture department and still today 17 posts of AEA posts are lying vacant in the department.

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