LATEST GOVERNMENT JOBS OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH
|Post Date||Recruitment Board||Post Name||Qualification||Advt No||Last Date||More Information|
|30/06/2018||Arunachal Pradesh Police||Constable, Sub Inspector, Cook/ Barber – 98 Posts||VIII Class, Matriculation, Graduation||---||31-07-2018||APPLY|
|03/10/2018||Arunachal Pradesh Police||Constable||10+2||----||01-11-2018||Details & Apply|
Arunachal Pradesh “the land of dawn-lit mountains”) is one of the 29 states of India and is the northeastern-most state of the country. Arunachal Pradesh borders the states of Assam and Nagaland to the south and shares international borders with Bhutan in the west, Myanmar in the east and is separated from China in the north by the disputed McMahon Line. Itanagar is the capital of the state.Modern-day Arunachal Pradesh is one of the linguistically richest and most diverse regions in all of Asia, being home to at least 30 and possibly as many as 50 distinct languages in addition to innumerable dialects and subdialects thereof. Boundaries between languages very often correlate with tribal divisions—for example, the Apatani and Nyishi are tribally and linguistically distinct—but shifts in tribal identity and alignment over time have also ensured that a certain amount of complication enters into the picture—for example, the Galo language is and has seemingly always been linguistically distinct from Adi, whereas the earlier tribal alignment of Galo with Adi (i.e., “Adi Gallong”) has only recently been essentially dissolveBetween the Bodic and Tani areas lie a large number of almost completely undescribed and unclassified languages, which, speculatively considered Tibeto-Burman, exhibit many unique structural and lexical properties that probably reflect both a long history in the region and a complex history of language contact with neighbouring populations. Among them are Sherdukpen, Bugun, Aka/Hru Bangru and The high linguistic significance these languages is belied by the extreme paucity of documentation and description of them, even in view of their highly endangered status.