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LATEST GOVERNMENT JOBS OF PUDUCHERRY

Post DateRecruitment BoardPost NameQualificationAdvt NoLast DateMore Information
10/10/2018 Bodoland University ChancellorAs Per UGC---16-10-2018 Notification
22/06/2018 Pondicherry UniversityProject Assistant – 1 PostB.E/ B.Tech/ M.Tech (Mech), M.Sc--- 15-07-2018DETAILS&APPLY

 

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The earliest recorded history of Puducherry can be traced to the 2nd century AD. The  of th Sea mentions a marketplace named Poduke G. W. https://punjabgovernmentjobs.comBsuggested thismight  be a out 2 misimte ables  fro the modern Puducherry, which was possibly the location of (now part oH noted that Roman pottery was found at  in 1937. In addition, archaeological excavations between 1944 and 1949 showed that it was “a trading station to which goods of Roman manufacture were imported during the first half of the 1st century CE” Subsequent investigation by Vimala Begley from 1989 to 1992 modified this assessment, and now place the period of occupation from the 3rd or 2nd century BCE to the 8th century

remained the official language according to the Article XXVIII of “Traité de Cession” (Treaty of Cession) 1956. According to the treaty, “the French language shall remain the official language of the Establishments so long as the elected representatives of the people shall not decide otherwise“. By 1963 Union Territories Act, the Tamil Marathi and  a the four official languages used region-wise French did not lose its official status even after the adoption of “The Pondicherry Official Language Act 1965” (Act No. 3 of 1965) act stated that “the Tamil language shall (…) be the language to be used for all or any of the official purposes of the Union territory”. It also provides for the use of the Malayalam and Telugu languages in the Mahé and Yanam districts. The law also states that English “may be used for all or any of the official purposes of the Union territory”.As of today, still the official gazette of Puducherry is published with French, albeit with a marginal use.