The Department of Women and Child Development invites applications for anganwadi worker, helper from 6 districts of Karnataka namely Ballari, Chikkamagaluru, Hassan, Ramanagara, Tumakuru, and Yadgir. Registrations are open for all the districts. The last date to register is different for each district.
Last date to register from Ballari is September 2. It is August 24, for Chikkamagaluru. Then it is August 29 for Hassan. Ramanagara district’s last date is August 14. Tumakuru registrations end on September 3 and that of Yadgir on August 30. Aspiring anganwadi workers are requested to fill up their application form via online before the deadline by visiting anganwadirecruit.kar.nic.in.
Steps to apply involve first of all going to online portal of WCD, that is anganwadirecruit.kar.nic.in. Then selection of district and post. Then one has to fill in the details asked for in the form such as ICDS project, name of the gram panchayat, anganwadi center applying for, name of the candidate, date of birth, marital status. After that comes uploading birth certificate, transfer certificate, school certificate with a file size of 500 kb in JPG format. Then educational qualification, marks obtained need to be filled and marksheet for the same need to be uploaded. Residence certificate date and number need to be provided in the form, and the same should be uploaded as well. Communication details such as address, mobile number, landline number should be entered correctly. After that one has to upload scanned passport size photograph of upto 50 kb in JPG format, enter verification question asked and submit the form.
After the submission of the form, the registered candidates can print the acknowledgement by entering application number or residence certificate number and date of birth. For any queries related to the recruitment, one can email at email@example.com.
Anganwadi workers play a crucial role in base level education in the country. With small yet important activities, they make children school ready. Although the impact of Anganwadis in education in India will have far reaching consequences, in a good way, for the rural masses it is still widely considered as a place to send children to get nutrition.
Important aspects of early education such as holistic development of children which is done through stimulation and brain development, are taught to Anganwadi workers. Each state has a slightly different training module in their anganwadis. Yet what is constant in all the gradual change in the way things are done. Whereas at one time the focus was on disciplining children, an more wholesome growth plan of children is being planned now.