10 Lakh Applications For 4,600 Talathi Posts

Yes folks, believe it or not, but that’s true. An eye-opener for you all. 

For the recently published 4,600 Talathi Posts, a whooping number of more than 10 lakh people have applied for the same.

You read that right more than 10 lakh people, including MBA holders, engineers, and PhD holders, applied for 4,600 Talathi positions.

In Maharashtra, 4,600 “Talathi” positions have drawn more than 10 lakh applications from jobseekers, including MBAs, engineers, and PhD holders, a top official from the land records department said on Wednesday.

10 Lakh Applications For 4,600 Talathi Posts

10 Lakh Applications For 4,600 Talathi Posts

This clearly shows two major things. First, you can’t wait and watch out for your type of job to come out with vacancies, as highly qualified people are always ready to join a lower-class job too. And the second thing that is more important, you can’t wait for the last date to apply.

Looking at the huge number of applications, you can understand, what might have gone through the server as people were applying online at the last minute.


For the benefit of all, a Talathi is a member of the revenue department whose duties include inspecting crops and boundary markings, preparing agricultural statistics, and maintaining village records pertaining to the demand and collection of land income.

The pay scale for Talathis, who are class C workers, ranges from Rs 25,500 to Rs 81,100 per month.

Talathi Bharti 2023 Notification Released For 4625 Talathi Post

In order to fill the 4,600 open positions for “Talathis,” 10.53 lakh applications have been received, according to the coordinator of state examinations and the extra director of land records.

Between August 17 and September 14 in three shifts each day, the test will be held at various locations in the districts around the state.

Though, any graduate may apply for the position, however, applications have been received from people with degrees in engineering, MBA, PhD, BAMS, and BHMS.

The test will be given in three 2-hour sessions per day, from 9 am to 11 am, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm, and 4:30 pm to 6.30 pm, according to the official notice.


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