Sakhi One Stop Centre Recruitment 2022; Notification, Eligibility, Application Form

One Stop Centre Recruitment Notification 2022 for various posts: Recruitment Notifications for various posts is being published all over India for the Sakhi One Stop Center in 2022. We have provided here district wise official notification download links for One Stop Scheme Recruitment 2022. Also, we have discussed Post Wise Age Limit, Salary Scale, One Stop Scheme Services and all details about the scheme.

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One Stop Recruitment 2022 Summary of Vacancy

Name of the SchemeSakhi One Stop Center
Authority NameOffice of the District Social Welfare Officer
UnderDM Office Recruitment
Post NameCentre Administrator, Case Worker, Para Medical Staff, Counsellor etc.
Vacancy1-5 Posts per One Stop Center
Mode of ApplyingOffline Method
Location of JobRespective District
CategoryRecruitment
Type of JobContractual / Temporary

Sakhi One Stop Center Recruitment Application Form

Application forms must be filled up through offline method. Candidates have to submit the duly filled up application form along with all details to the respective District Magistrate’s Office.

Here is a sample of Sakhi One Stop Center Recruitment Application form for various posts:

sakhi one stop centre recruitment application form download blank copy

Age Limit for Sakhi One Stop Center Scheme Vacancies:

Minimum Age18 Years
Maximum Age40 Years
Age Limit will be calculated as on1 January 2022

Salary Scale for Sakhi One Stop Center

Post NameMonthly Salary
Centre Administrator (Female)Rs. 40,000
Case Worker (Female Only)Rs. 14,000
Counsellor (Female Only)Rs. 22,000
Para Legal Personal / Lawyer (Female Only)Rs. 13,000
Para Medical Personnel (Female Only)Rs. 10,000
IT StaffRs. 11,000
Multi Purpose HelperRs. 10,000
Security GuardRs. 10,000

Sakhi One Stop Center Recruitment Eligibility Criteria

Name of PostEducational QualificationExperience
Centre AdministratorDegree in Law or Master’s Degree in Social Work5 Years Experience of working on violence against Women & 1 Year Experience of Counselling
Case WorkerDegree in Law3 Years Experience of working on violence against Women
IT StaffGraduate with Diploma in Computer / IT3 Years experience in Data Managment

Documents Required to Submit along with Offline Application Form

  1. Age proof (PAN Card/Voter Card/School Admit Card/Birth Certificate/Aadhar card).
  2. Residential proof (Aadhar Card/Voter Card/Certificate from local Authority/ Municipality/BDO)
  3. Two Passport size Photographs
  4. Education Qualification Certificate/Marksheet
  5. Experience Certificate
  6. Computer Certificate
  7. Valid Mobile No and email lD
  8. Two self addressed envelopes with requisite postage stamps for sending admits via posts.

What is One Stop Centre Scheme?

Gender-based violence is a global issue and has been prevalent for a very long time. Any act of violence can be termed as gender-based violence if it causes physical, psychological, or sexual abuse to women. This includes threats of the same or coercion regardless of whether it happening in public or private. In India, many acts of gender-based violence are quite common. Some examples include honor killings, sexual harassment, child and women trafficking, acid attacks, and so on.

When has the Sakhi Scheme Started in India?

Keeping the plight of women in mind, the Ministry of Women and Child Development in India (MWCD) has come up with a scheme. This scheme is called the One Stop Centre Scheme and is funded by the central government of India. This scheme was implemented on 1st April 2015 and is popularly known as ‘Sakhi’. Due to this scheme, any woman who has been prey to gender-based violence of any kind receives support and empowerment.

How many One Stop Centers are there in India?

One-Stop Centres are being established across the nation, accessible by any affected woman. As of now, there are two thirty-four such functional one-stop centers in India.

Benefits of One Stop Centre Scheme

One Stop Centre will support any woman and even minor girls who are victims of any kind of gender-based violence. Any such woman will be provided with holistic services regardless of caste, creed, age, class, sexual orientation, marital status, race, or other such factors. Women facing any kind of abuse can thus be facilitated with proper addressing of the issues.

Objective of the Sakhi Scheme

The main objective of this scheme is to provide a range of various immediate emergency as well as non-emergency services. These are provided to the aggrieved women and are all available in one room. These are all provided free of cost under the One Stop Centre Scheme.

Services Offered by Sakhi One Stop Centre Scheme:

Medical AssistanceAggrieved women who need medical assistance would be taken to the nearest hospital for medical aid. The whole process is to be carried out according to the protocols and regulations laid down by the MWCD.
Emergency Rescue ServicesUnder the OSC scheme, rescue services would be provided to women in need. Proper arrangements are also made to rescue the victim and bring her to the nearest shelter home or hospital.
Legal AidAffected women can seek legal help from a selected panel of lawyers. In case they want to raise the case to the court, it can be done with the help of an advocate of their choice.
CounsellingIt is of no surprise that women who have faced gender-based violence in either home, educational sector, work, or any other public or private place are not in a healthy mental state. Hence, a skilled counsellor providing psycho-social services would be available for them on call. Thus, the victims can again achieve the right state of mind, get a boost of confidence and be ready to address the issue and even seek justice.
Assistance in Lodging FIR / NCR / DIRShelterArrangements have been made so that affected women can receive a temporary shelter or even a long-term shelter if required. An aggrieved woman can stay in a temporary shelter for a maximum of five days. She can bring her children to stay with her well. However, a daughter of any age of the victim can stay with her but in the case of a son, he will be allowed to stay only if he is 8 years old or younger. 
Video-ConferencingThrough this facility, a woman in need can avail of video conferencing services to address her issue. She can record her statement for the court or police from the OSC itself. This serves as a hassle-free proceeding and easy issuance of statements.

Important Links

One Stop Centre Recruitment Application Form {PDF}Download
Revised Guideline of One Stop CenterDownload
Revised Scheme of One Stop CenterDownload
Scheme DocumentDownload
Details of CentresDownload
PSCWB HomepageCheck Here

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