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1. Apply for Scheduled Tribe/ Caste Certificate

Application form for Scheduled Tribe/ Scheduled Caste Certificate is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Attested copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. Two Passport Size Photographs
  2. Birth Certificate/SSLC Admit Card
  3. Any one of Residential Proof (EPIC/ Ration Card/patta/Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bills)
  4. Parent’s SC/ST Certificate
  5. If adopted, Adoption Documents (Court Order/ Registered Adoption Deed)

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2. Apply for Permanent Residential Certificate ?

Application form for Permanent Residential Certificate is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Attested copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. Two Passport Size Photographs
  2. Birth Certificate/School Certificate
  3. Any one of Residential Proof ( EPIC /Ration Card/patta /Electricity Bill / Telephone Bills)
  4. Certificates of all institutions in Meghalaya where Studied in
  5. Supporting Documents why Permanent Residential Certificate is required

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3. Apply for Recruitment in Armed /Para Military/ PoliceForces?

Application form for Armed Para Military Certificate is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Attested copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. Two Passport Size Photographs
  2. Birth Certificate/School Certificate
  3. Any one of Residential Proof (EPIC/Ration Card / patta/ Electricity Bill / Telephone Bills )
  4. Certificates of all institutions in Meghalaya where Studied in
  5. Proof of migration (if applicable)
  6. Supporting Documents why Armed/Para Military Certificate is required

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4. Apply for Residential Certificate?

Application form for Residential Certificate is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Attested copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. Two Passport Size Photographs
  2. Birth Certificate/School Certificate
  3. Any one of Residential Proof (EPIC/Ration Card / patta/ Electricity Bill / Telephone Bills )
  4. Supporting Documents why Residential Certificate is required

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5. Apply for Senior Citizen Certificate?

Application form for Senior Citizen Certificate is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Only citizens attaining the age of 60 can apply. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Attested copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. Two Passport Size Photographs
  2. Birth Certificate / Age Certificate from Government Doctor
  3. Pension Payment Order (for retired government servants)
  4. Any one of Residential Proof (EPIC/ Ration Card / patta / Electricity Bill / Telephone Bills)
  5. Blood Group

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6. Apply for Income Certificate?

Application form for Income Certificate is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Attested copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. Pension Payment Order/Certificate from Treasury Officer(for retired government servants
  2. Proof of Salary in form of Affidavit (for non-Government applicants)
  3. Any one of Residential Proof (EPIC/Ration Card / patta / Certificate from Area Development Council / Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bills)
  4. Salary Certificate from Employer in case parent(s)/Applicant are employed
  5. Proof of requirement for the Certificate, if applicable
  6. Declaration if either of them is not employed

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7. Apply for Registration of Society?

Application form to register a society or Association etc is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. Constitution of the Society/ Association
  2. Treasury Challan
  3. Seal of the Office Bearer, Round Seal

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8. Apply for Registration of Marriage?

Application form is available at the Registration Branch, DC Office. Duly filled in form is to be submitted with the following supporting documents as per the Guidelines and Rules & Regulations for Registration under the Special Marriage Act 1954

1) The application for the Registration should be submitted 30 days before the intended marriage date for the couple (married/unmarried).

2) During the time of marriage minimum of 3 witnesses should be present.

Documents to be submitted:-

  • Birth Certificate should be submitted for the age proof.
  • Residential proof of the individuals.
  • Marital Status, in case of married couple (marriage certificate, wedding pictures etc). In case of unmarried couple (Marital status certificate).
  • For Foreigner, i. Visa ii. Passport. iii. Spinster/Bachelor Certificate for Unmarried.
  • For Divorcee, Divorce decree.
  • 2 numbers of recent passport size photos.

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9. Apply for Permission for Special Event?

Application form permission to hold special events is available at PFC, DC’s Office. Form can also be downloaded from the district web site.

Attested copies of the following documents are to be submitted along with the application form duly filled in:-

  1. NOC from the DMHO for (Mela & Trade Fair)
  2. NOC from PWD(Building) for (Mela & Trade Fair)
  3. NOC from MeECL for (Mela & Trade Fair)
  4. NOC from SP Fire Service for (Mela & Trade Fair

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10. Apply for Registration of Land

A Deed agreement between the Seller & the Purchaser is prepared in a non Judicial Stamp paper, where the amount of Stamp Duty is calculated based upon the prevailing rate of the Land. A complete details of the Land along with the transactional value & Land Schedule is mentioned in the Deed.

The following Documents are to be submitted:-

  1. All documents related to the land to be registered, including maps
  2. ID proof of individuals.

Degree apprenticeships are similar to higher apprenticeships, but differ in that they provide an opportunity to gain a full bachelor's degree (Level 6) or master’s degree (Level 7).

Designed in partnership with employers, part-time study takes place at a university or college, with the rest of your time being with your employer. 

They can take between three to six years to complete, depending on the course level. Currently, the scheme is only available in England and Wales, although applications may be made from all parts of the UK.

Degree apprenticeships are still quite new, so there are a limited number of vacancies. It’s anticipated that the number of vacancies will grow over the next year or two.

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FAQs 

  • What are they?

    Degree apprenticeships are a new type of programme offered by some universities since September 2015.

    These programmes are being developed by employers, universities, and professional bodies working in partnership. They offer students the opportunity to achieve a full bachelor's or master's degree as part of their apprenticeship.

    Degree apprenticeships combine working with studying part-time at a university. Apprentices are employed throughout the programme, and spend part of their time at university and the rest with their employer. This can be on a day-to-day basis or in blocks of time, depending on the programme and requirements of the employer.

  • How do they work?

    Apprentices will complete an assessment at the end of the programme, which tests both academic learning and occupational competence developed through on-the-job training.

    The programme can be structured in one of two ways:

    1. Employers, universities, and professional bodies come together to co-design a fully-integrated degree course specifically for apprentices, which delivers and tests both academic learning and on-the-job training. This may be the preferred approach for many sectors, as the learning is seamless and it doesn't require a separate assessment of occupational competence.
    2. Alternatively, sectors may wish to use existing degree programmes to deliver the academic knowledge requirements of that profession. They would then combine this with additional training to meet the full apprenticeship training requirements, and have a separate test of full occupational competence at the end of the programme.

    In either case, degrees earned via this route will be awarded by universities and will be of an equivalent standard to degrees taken via the full-time undergraduate route.

  • What are the benefits of degree apprenticeships?

    • Apprentices are employed and paid a wage throughout the course.
    • Apprentices will gain a full degree — bachelor's or master's — without needing to pay student fees.
    • Apprentices will gain a head start in their chosen profession.
    • It will allow apprentices to acquire the graduate/postgraduate level skills they need.
    • Employers can attract new talent — particularly high calibre school-leavers who are keen to earn a degree in a work-based environment.
    • Training costs are co-funded by the government and the employer.
  • How do they differ from sandwich degrees and work placements?

    Degree apprenticeships build on the existing models of sandwich degrees (spending a year in industry) and work placements (doing industry placements in term time or holidays), but differ in several key ways:

    • Degree apprentices are employed throughout and are doing paid work from day one.
    • Employers may view these apprenticeships as a way of recruiting top prospective graduates.
    • Degree apprentices are likely to have a greater attachment to their employer, and already being employed means they are more likely to stay with that company afterwards. Retention rates for apprentices can exceed 80%.
    • In cases where a new degree is developed, employers will be able to work with universities to shape the overall degree programme and all aspects of their apprentice's training.
  • How are degree apprentices recruited?

    Apprenticeships are jobs and so employers are ultimately responsible for recruitment. Both employers and universities will need to be satisfied the applicant meets their respective requirements. It is likely that some employers and universities will therefore do recruitment jointly.

    As with other apprenticeships, employers may choose to advertise vacancies on the 'Find an apprenticeship' website.