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GUJARAT PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

 Advt.No.40/2018-19 On line Applications are invited from 16-07-2018 (13-00 hours) to 31-07-2018 (13-00 hours) for the following posts of Gujarat Administrative Service Class-I & Gujarat Civil Service Class- I & II,Gujarat Municipal Chief Officer Service, Class-II. The reservation for S.C., S. T., S. & E. B.C., & Women candidates is as under. In case of non - avaiability of Women candidates, in the respective category, the post so reserved will be allotted to male candidates belonging to the same category. Name of Post Total Posts Category wise Posts Category wise posts reserved for Women Out of Category wise Posts Post reserved for Physically Disabled and Ex-Servicemen out of the total Posts Gen. S. & E. B. C. S.C. S. T. Gen. S. & E. B. C. S.C. S. T. Phy. Dis. ExSer. 

Class-I Gujarat Administrative Service, Junior scale Deputy Collector / Deputy District Development Officer 50 25 13 02 10 08 04 - 03 03
Deputy Suprintendent of police 03 03 - - - 01 - - - - - Asst. Commissioner of state tax. 15 07 04 01 03 03 01 - 01 02 
Deputy Diractor, Developing Castes 01 01 - - - - - - - - - 
Deputy Diractor, Scheduled Castes 01 - 01 - - - 01 - - - - 
Asst. Commissioner Tribal Development 05 03 02 - - 01 - - - - - Total 
75 39 20 03 13 13 06 - 04 05 
Class-II Section Officer (Sachivalay) 10 07 01 01 01 01 - 01 - 01 01 
Section Officer (G.P.S.C.) 01 01 - - - - - - - - - 
Mamlatdar 34 16 07 05 06 05 02 02 02 01 - 
State tax Officer 40 22 10 02 06 07 03 01 02 01 - 
Taluka Development Officer 32 16 08 02 06 05 03 01 02 03 - 
GAURAV(EX-BRANCH)\ADVT 40 - 17 - 
Govt. Labour Officer 28 16 07 01 04 05 02 - 01 - - 
Tribal Development Officer 17 09 05 01 02 03 01 - - - - 
District Inspector Land Record 13 07 03 01 02 02 01 - 01 - - 
Assistant Director, Food & Civil Supply 10 05 03 - 02 01 01 - - - - 
Social Welfare Officer (Dev.Cast) 01 01 - - - - - - - - - 
Suprintendent Prohibition & Excise 02 01 01 - - - - - - - - 
Municipal Chief Officer 31 18 05 02 06 05 01 - 02 01 - 
Total 219 119 50 15 35 34 14 05 10 07 01 Note:- 

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The candidates belonging to reserved category can apply against vacancies for Unreserved category and the criteria will be applicable as per Unreserved Category. Educational Qualification.:- A candidate shall hold a Bachelor’s degree of any University incorporated by an Act of the Parliament or State Legislature in India or other educational institution established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by Government. A candidate who has appeared or intend to appear or awaiting result of final semester/year of the required qualification, can apply, but the candidate has to qualify and submit the required qualification as advertised before the last date of submitting application for mains examination. Also the candidate must have completed 20 years of age on the last date of online application. Pay Scale:- For Class-I : Pay Matrix Level No: 10- Rs.56,100-1,77,500 and other allowances (According to 7th Pay Commission) For Class-II : Pay Matrix Level No: 8- Rs.44,900-1,42,400 and other allowances (According to 7th Pay Commission) Age:- A candidate shall not be less than 20 years of age and not be more than 35 years of age as on 31-07-2018 Age will be calculated as on the last date of receipt of application. Upper age limit shall be relaxed as under: 1 S. & E.B.C., S.C. & S.T. Male candidates of Gujarat origin. 05 years 2 Women candidates of unreserved Category 05 years 3 Women Candidates of Reserved Category 10 years (including 05 years relaxation as Woman, Maximum up to 45 years.) 4 Physically disabled candidates maximum up to 10 (ten) years subject to his / her ability to discharge duties attached to the posts, as may be performed by any E;\GAURAV(EX-BRANCH)\ADVT 40 - 18 - other normal persons, on the bais of production of medical certificate prescribed by GAD circular dated 01-12-2008 from the Medical Board. 5 Government Servant. No relaxation in upper age will be available to Government Servant 6 Ex-servicemen / Officers 5 years (Maximum upto maximum 45 years) The details of advertisement can be seen on website http://gpsc-ojas.gujarat.gov.in

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Such factors as the policies of the rulers, the living style of the people, and the worldwide influence on society are important for any literature to flourish. In Gujarat, due to the development of trade and commerce, the religious influence of Jainism as well as Hinduism, and also due to the safety and encouragement of rulers like Siddhraj, Chaulukya(Solanki) and Vaghela Rajputs, literary activities were in full force from the 11th century.

  • Gujarati literature
    • Early literature (up to 1450 AD)
      • Prāg-Narsinh Yug (1000 AD to 1450 AD)
        • Rāsa Yug
    • Medieval literature (1450 AD-1850 AD)
      • Narsinh Yug (1450 AD to 1850 AD)
        • Bhakti Yug
          • Saguṇ Bhakti Yug
          • Nirguṇ Bhakti Yug
    • Modern literature (1850 AD to date)
      • Sudhārak Yug or Narmad Yug (1850-1885 AD)
      • Paṇḍit Yug or Govardhan Yug (1885-1915 AD)
      • Gandhi Yug (1915-1945 AD)
      • Anu-Ghandhi Yug (1940-1955 AD)
      • Ādhunik Yug (1955-1985 AD)
      • Anu-Ādunik Yug (1985 - to date)
Literature in Gujarati is sometimes also classified into two broad categories, namely poetry and prose, the former savouring and basking in its long lineage, dating back to the 6th century. Poetry as a perception was a medium for expressing religious beliefs and judgements, a stronghold of medieval Indian times. In this context of gradual evolution, the history of Gujarati literature is generally classed into three broad periods, consisting of the Early period (up to c. 1450 AD), the Middle period (1450 to 1850 AD) and the Modern period (1850 AD. onwards). However, Gujarati literature and its tremendous maturation and proficiency in contributing to culture is retraced back to sultanate days (referring to the Muzaffarid dynasty, which had provided the sultans of Gujarat in western India from 1391 to 1583).
Gujarati literature is divided mainly into three eras or Yugs; the early, medieval and modern, with these eras being further subdivided.
The early era (up to 1450 AD) and medieval era ( 1450 AD - 1850 AD) are divided into 'before Narsinh' and 'after Narsinh' periods sometimes. Some scholars divide this period as 'Rāsa yug', 'Saguṇ Bhakti yug' and 'Nirguṇ Bhakti yug' also.
The modern era (1850 AD to date) is divided into 'Sudhārak Yug' or 'Narmad Yug', 'Paṇḍit Yug' or 'Govardhan Yug', 'Gandhi Yug', 'Anu-Gandhi Yug', 'Ādhunik Yug' and 'Anu-Ādunik Yug'.

Prāchin Sāhitya (Early literature)[edit]

  • Prāg Narsinh-Yug (1000 AD to 1450 AD)
The Jain monk and scholar Hemacandrācārya suri was one of the earliest scholars of Prakrit and Apabhramsha grammars and the mother of the Gujarati language. He had penned a formal set of 'grammarian principles' as the harbinger of the Gujarati language during the reign of the Chaulukya king Siddharaj Jaisinh of Anhilwara. This treatise formed the cornerstone of Apabhramsa grammar in the Gujarati language, establishing a language from a combination of corrupted forms of languages like Sanskrit and Ardhamagadhi. He authored "Kavyanushasana": poetics, a handbook or manual of poetry, "Siddha-haima-shabdanushasana": Prakrit and Apabhramsha grammars, and "Desinamamala": a list of words of local origin.
It is generally accepted by historians and researchers in literary genres in Gujarati literature that the earliest writings in this very ancient language were by Jaina authors. These were composed in the form of RāsasPhāgus and Vilāsas. Rāsas were long poems which were essentially heroic, romantic or narrative in nature. Śālībhadra Sūri's "Bharateśvara Bāhubalī rāsa (ભરતેશ્વર બાહુબલી રાસ)" (1185 AD), Vijayasena's "Revantagiri-rāsa (રેવંતગિરિ રાસ)" (1235 AD), Ambadeva's "Samararasa" (1315 AD) and Vinayaprabha's "Gautama Svāmirāsa" (1356 AD) are the most illustrious examples of this form of literature in Gujarati. Other notable Prabandha or narrative poems of this period include Śrīdhara's "Raṇamalla Chhanda" (1398 AD), Merutunga's "Prabodhachintamani", Padmanābha's "Kānhaḍade Prabandha (કાન્હડદે પ્રબંધ)" (1456 AD) and Bhīma's "Sadayavatsa Kathā" (1410 AD). The phāgus are poems that pictured the blissful and cheery nature of the spring festival (Vasanta). Rājasekhara's "Neminatha-phagu" (1344 AD) and Ajnat (Unknown) Kavi's "Vasanta-vilāsa" (1350 AD) are unsurpassed instances of such texts. "Neminātha Chatuṣpadika" (1140 AD) by Vinayacandra is the oldest of the bāramāsi genre of Gujarati poems. The earliest work in Gujarati prose was Taruṇaprabha's "Balavabodha" (1355 AD). "Prithvichandra Charita" (1422 AD) of Manikyasundara, which essentially served as a religious romance, is the most paramount illustration of Old Gujarati prose and is reminiscent of Bāṇabhaṭṭa's Kadambari.
Due to flourishing trade and commerce in Ahmedabad and Khambat (Cambay), entertainment activities started to develop, and the Jain saints, story-tellers, puppet shows, and Bhavai (dramas) also revived literature. This gave birth to ancient literature and the 11th century noted poet Hemacandra (1088–1172).

  • Narsinh-Yug (1450 AD - 1850 AD)
During the 15th century, Gujarati literature had come under the tremendous sway of the Bhakti movement, a popular cultural movement to liberate religion from entrenched priesthood. Narsinh Mehta (1415-1481 A.D.) was the foremost poet of this era. His poems delineated a very saintly and mystical sense and bore an intense reflection of the philosophy of Advaita. Narasinh Mehta's "Govind Gaman", "Surat Sangram", "Sudama Charitra" and "Sringaramala" are illustrations of this devotional poetry.
  • 'Bhakti-Yug (15th-19th century)
During this age, Jain and Hindu poets produced Gujarat literature in abundance. The prose and poetry created were aimed to encourage religion and worship. Hindu texts such as Gita, Mahabharat, Vedas, and Bhagvat became popular. There were also creations of prayers, Jain history, etc. During this period of the influence of the Bhakti Movement on Gujarati literature, the Ramayana, the Bhagavad Gita, the Yogavashistha and the Panchatantra were all translated into Gujarati. This period also experienced the colossal Puranic revival, which led to the rapid growth and maturation of devotional poetry in Gujarati literature. This era is divided into two parts, "Sagun Bhakti Dhara" and "Nirgun Bhakti Dhara".
  • "Sagun Bhakti Dhara"
In this "Dhara", the God is worshiped in physical form, having some form and virtues like Ram and Krishna.
Narsinh Mehta, Meera, and Dayaram were foremost contributors of this "Dhara". Bhalan (1434-1514 AD) had furnished a meritorious representation of Bāṇabhaṭṭa's "Kadambari" into Gujarati. Bhalana composed other substantial and irreplaceable works like "Dasham Skandha", "Nalakhyan", "Ramabal Charitra" and "Chandi Akhyana". Meera supplied many "Pada" (Verse). Premanand Bhatt, who is deemed the most important of all Gujarati poets, was absolutely involved in taking and elevating the Gujarati language and literature to new peaks. Amongst Premananda Bhatta's umpteen authorships, the most crucial are "Okha Harana", "Nalakhyana, "Abhimanyu Akhyana", "Dasham Skandha", and "Sudama Charitra".
Shamal Bhatt was an extremely creative and productive poet who gave birth to unforgettable works like "Padmavati", "Batris Putli", "Nanda Batrisi", "Sinhasan Batrisi" and "Madana Mohan" in Gujarati verse writing. Dayaram (1767–1852) had given rise to religious, ethical and romantic lyrics referred to as 'Garbi'. His most authoritative works comprise "Bhakti Poshan", "Rasik Vallabh" and "Ajamel Akhyan". The "Ramayana" was authored by Giridhara in Gujarati during the middle of the 19th century. Parmanand, Brahmanand, Vallabha, Haridas, Ranchhod and Divali Bai were other authoritative 'saint poets' from this period of poetry predomination in Gujarati literature. Poets from the Swaminarayan sect contributed immensely.
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