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Annexure-II Notice Inviting on-line Tender

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D.T.P Results

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DGPS Final Result

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DGPS New website Inauguration

The new website of Directorate of Govt. Printing &Stationery, Govt. of Gujarat. (https://dgps.gujarat.gov.in/)

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Gujarat CM inaugurates International Seminar

Gujarat CM inaugurates International Seminar on Employment Linked Skill Development at Mahatma Mandir

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VIBRANT GUJARAT GLOBAL SUMMIT 2017

Mahatma Mandir Exhibition cum Convention Centre, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India

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Govt.Press & Stationery Rajkot

The Rajkot Press which was formerly the Agency Press was taken over by the Saurashtra State in 1949. After being merged with former Bombay State in 1956, the staff and old machinery transfer to Rajkot press. This press did mainly work of printing, and supplying different types of above 1150 standard forms to all Govt.Offices in Gujarat state in lacks of copies. This Press has also undertaken Assembly debates, Annual administration Reports, Check Book printing and other Govt.Book and other publication works.

The Stationery Depot supplies various stationery Articles to 1485 Offices of 12 Districts. The Districts are Rajkot, Kutch, Surendranagar, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Porbandar, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Botad, Gir-Somnath, Dwarka and Morbi