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Exciting Opportunity for Young Professionals at Jeevika

Jeevika also known as the Bihar Rural Livelihood Promotion Society, as part of its mission to cultivate a talented pool of Development Professionals, is inviting applications for the recruitment to the post of Young Professionals.

Current Openings1

There are currently 34 positions open for Young Professionals. The distribution of these positions across various categories is as follows:

Young Professionals :

Total Vacancy : 34

(EBC:12, SC:10, BC:8, ST:1, EWS:3)

Note: There is a 35% horizontal reservation for Women in the respective category, 1 seat for the Grandson/granddaughter of a freedom fighter & 2 seats for Persons with benchmark disabilities.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Maximum 3 years of post-qualification relevant work experience.
  • Not more than 30 years of age as on 13th Feb’2024.
  • Should have graduated from the following institutes before 1st Jan 2024.

The institutes are categorized into four groups (A, B, C, D) with varying compensation packages. The categories of institutions and their corresponding maximum compensation per month are as follows:

  • Category A: All IIMs, Reputed Universities of US & UK, IRMA, IIFM, All IITs (Post-Graduation/ B.tech), XLRI, DSE, FMS, MDI, SPJIMR, BHU- FMS and FMS- Delhi, Manage. JNU- (MBA, Centre for Informal sector & Labour studies, Centre for the study of social system and Centre for Economic Studies & Planning), All NITs-(Only B.Tech & M.Tech). The maximum compensation is Rs 57500 for Post- Graduation/ B.tech.
  • Category B: XIMB, CIMP, TISS, NIFT, CFTRI, NID, DMI, NIAM-Jaipur, VAMNICOM- Pune, XISS, IIIT–Allahabad, IIIT – Hyderabad IARI-New Delhi, IVRI-UP, Delhi school of social work, Faculty of Ecology and Environmental Science- Nalanda University, IIHMR-Jaipur, Jamia Millia lslamia-(Department of Social work & MA in Mass comm.) Indian Institute of Plantation Management- Bengaluru. The maximum compensation is Rs 46000.
  • Category C: KSRM, IIRM, IICD-Jaipur, NDRI- Karnal, CIFE-Mumbai, Vishwa Bharti-Shanti Niketan (Social work), Xavier Institute of Development Action and Studies, Jabalpur, Azim Premji University-Bangalore, NIRD- Hyderabad. The maximum compensation is Rs 40250.
  • Category D: Bihar Agriculture University-Sabour; Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Dairy Science and Technology; Birsa Agriculture University-Ranchi; GB Pant University of Agriculture &Technology, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya-WB, Rajendra Agriculture University-Pusa, Benaras Hindu University-Varanasi, Asam Agriculture University, Jorhat Central Agriculture University, Imphal, LN Mishra Institute of Economic Development and Social Changes, Patna (MBA only); Design Graduates from NIFT Cluster Innovation Centre, Delhi University, Department of Rural Development- Patna University ( Post-Graduation). The maximum compensation is Rs 34500 for Professional Graduates with four years of course duration.

Contract and Selection Process

The selected candidate will undergo a structured Young Professional programme of the Society. The contract would be of 3 years. However, based on the annual performance of the incumbent the contract may be terminated earlier. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The incumbent is expected to bring with them their original educational qualification certificates, category if applicable and experience certificates at the time of Interview.

Important Dates

  • Start Date of Filling the form: 15th Feb ’2024
  • Last date for receiving application: 24th Feb 2024
  • Tentative date for Group discussion and personal interview: May 2024

How to Apply

Candidates should apply in prescribed format available on the link provided on BRLPS website.

Please visit www.brlps.in for more details about the organization and regular updates of YP recruitment in the career section.

JEEViKA : Company / Organisation Profile 2

The Bihar Rural Livelihood Promotion Society, also known as Jeevika, is a government initiative from Bihar aimed at the socio-economic upliftment of the rural poor in Bihar. Jeevika has reached over 1.3 crore rural women through 10.47 lakh self-help groups and operates in all 534 blocks of 38 districts in Bihar.

In 2012, BRLPS or JEEViKA launched the Young Professionals Program. This competitive program targets motivated, talented young professionals under the age of thirty who are committed to making a difference in Bihar’s development landscape.

The Government of Bihar (GoB), through BRLPS, an autonomous body under the Department of Rural Development, is leading the World Bank-supported Bihar Rural Livelihoods Project (BRLP), locally known as JEEViKA. The project aims to socially and economically empower the rural poor. The Livelihoods Restoration and Enhancement component of the Bihar Kosi Flood Recovery Project (BKFRP) was subsequently incorporated into JEEViKA.

The Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India (GoI), has transformed the Central Scheme Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) into the National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM). The key strategy of the SGSY, implemented since 1999, was that the poor need to be organized and their capacities systematically built up so they can access self-employment opportunities. The NRLM, launched by the GoI, builds on the core strengths of the SGSY and incorporates the important lessons from large-scale experiences in the country.

As a first step in implementing the NRLM in the state, the GoB designated BRLPS as the State Rural Livelihoods Mission (SRLM) for implementing the NRLM in the state. This decision was made based on BRLPS’s successful experience in implementing a similar approach in the state over the last few years under the JEEViKA project. The next significant step taken was the preparation of the State Perspective and Implementation Plan (SPIP), a long-term strategic plan that would guide the implementation of the NRLM in the state.

The SPIP was prepared using a participatory methodology and underwent several intensive consultations. It was shared with different departments in the government, the DRDAs, civil societies and NGOs, bankers, and educational & research institutions to gather feedback from various stakeholders, which was then incorporated into the document. The SPIP was examined and cleared by the Empowered Committee after seeking guidance from senior government functionaries in a consultation chaired by the Chief Secretary, Bihar. It was subsequently approved by the State Cabinet.

The SPIP aims to reduce poverty by enabling poor households to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in a significant improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis, through building strong grassroots institutions of the poor. It stands on the four pillars of NRLM: social mobilization, financial inclusion, vulnerability reduction combined with livelihoods enhancement, and the sensitive and dedicated support structure to be put in place. It also provides detailed strategic guidelines and operational procedures.

The GoB is committed to poverty alleviation by building, supporting, and sustaining institutions of the poor and enhancing their livelihoods. It strongly believes in the innate capabilities of the poor and aims to complement them with capacities (information, knowledge, skills, tools, finance, and collectivization) to deal with the rapidly changing external world. It is a pleasure to share the SPIP of Bihar towards the implementation of NRLM in the state.

JEEViKA Recruitment 2024 for Government Jobs / Sarkari Naukri : Detailed Advertisement and Reference Links

  1. https://brlps.in/Career ↩︎
  2. https://brlps.in/overview ↩︎

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What is the opportunity?

The Bihar Rural Livelihood Promotion Society, also known as Jeevika, is inviting applications for the post of Young Professionals.

2. How many positions are open for Young Professionals?

There are 34 positions open for Young Professionals. The distribution across categories is as follows: 12 for EBC, 10 for SC, 8 for BC, 1 for ST, and 3 for EWS. Note: There is a 35% horizontal reservation for women in the respective category. One seat is reserved for the grandson/granddaughter of a freedom fighter and two seats for persons with benchmark disabilities.

3. What is the eligibility criteria?

Candidates should have a maximum of 3 years of post-qualification relevant work experience and should not be more than 30 years of age as on 13th Feb 2024. They should have graduated from the specified institutes before 1st Jan 2024.

4. What are the categories of institutions and their corresponding maximum compensation?

The categories of institutions and their corresponding maximum compensation per month are as follows:

  • Category A: All IIMs, Reputed Universities of US & UK, IRMA, IIFM, All IITs (Post-Graduation/ B.tech), XLRI, DSE, FMS, MDI, SPJIMR, BHU- FMS and FMS- Delhi, Manage. JNU- (MBA, Centre for Informal sector & Labour studies, Centre for the study of social system and Centre for Economic Studies & Planning), All NITs-(Only B.Tech & M.Tech). The maximum compensation is Rs 57500 for Post- Graduation/ B.tech.
  • Category B: XIMB, CIMP, TISS, NIFT, CFTRI, NID, DMI, NIAM-Jaipur, VAMNICOM- Pune, XISS, IIIT–Allahabad, IIIT – Hyderabad IARI-New Delhi, IVRI-UP, Delhi school of social work, Faculty of Ecology and Environmental Science- Nalanda University, IIHMR-Jaipur, Jamia Millia lslamia-(Department of Social work & MA in Mass comm.) Indian Institute of Plantation Management- Bengaluru. The maximum compensation is Rs 46000.
  • Category C: KSRM, IIRM, IICD-Jaipur, NDRI- Karnal, CIFE-Mumbai, Vishwa Bharti-Shanti Niketan (Social work), Xavier Institute of Development Action and Studies, Jabalpur, Azim Premji University-Bangalore, NIRD- Hyderabad. The maximum compensation is Rs 40250.
  • Category D: Bihar Agriculture University-Sabour; Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Dairy Science and Technology; Birsa Agriculture University-Ranchi; GB Pant University of Agriculture &Technology, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya-WB, Rajendra Agriculture University-Pusa, Benaras Hindu University-Varanasi, Asam Agriculture University, Jorhat Central Agriculture University, Imphal, LN Mishra Institute of Economic Development and Social Changes, Patna (MBA only); Design Graduates from NIFT Cluster Innovation Centre, Delhi University, Department of Rural Development- Patna University ( Post-Graduation). The maximum compensation is Rs 34500 for Professional Graduates with four years of course duration.

5. What is the contract duration?

The contract would be for 3 years. However, based on the annual performance of the incumbent, the contract may be terminated earlier.

6. What is the selection process?

Only shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

7. What should the candidates bring at the time of the interview?

The incumbent is expected to bring their original educational qualification certificates, category certificate if applicable, and experience certificates at the time of the interview.

8. What are the important dates?

  • Start Date of Filling the form: 15th Feb 2024
  • Last date for receiving application: 24th Feb 2024
  • Tentative date for Group discussion and personal interview: May 2024

9. How to apply?

Candidates should apply in the prescribed format available at link provided on JEEViKA website. Please visit www.brlps.in for more details about the organization and regular updates of YP recruitment in the career section.

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