Srinagar- The Haj Committee of India on Wednesday invited online applications from the Muslim government employees of Jammu and Kashmir for imparting orientation/ training to the Pilgrims of Hajj-2022.
According to an official spokesperson, the applications should be submitted online till December 20 and the applicants must have performed a Haj preferably during the years 2017, 2018 and 2019 and should generally not be more than 58 years of age.
“Applicants of age 25-58 years as on 31 December, 2021 are eligible to apply online. They must have gotten two (2) doses of approved vaccine against Covid-19,” he said.
Apart from this, the official spokesperson said that the applicants must be fully conversant and fluent in English/Urdu/Hindi/local language/ dialects and computer literate besides being efficient enough to receive/ transmit latest information/messages through email/WhatsApp and other available sources of E-Media.
“The applicants must possess thorough knowledge of the logistics and rituals of Hajj and Umrah. They must be mentally and physically fit, capable of addressing/ giving lectures to relatively large gatherings and in a position to spare time for imparting training,” he said, adding that any applicant having
Criminal records against him/her in any Court of Law shall not apply.
Also, the official spokesperson said that the desiring applicants can apply Online through Haj Committee of India website www.hajcommittee.gov.in .
He advised the applicants to upload the requisite documents at the time of filling up of Online Application Forms.
“No offline application or copy of downloaded online application will be accepted by this office. The last date / time for filling up online applications are 20th December, 2021 at 23:59 hours,” the official spokesperson said.
For further details aspirants are requested to go through the Circular No. 3 dated: 07 December, 2021 issued by Haj Committee of India, Mumbai, he added.
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