Gujarat Nagarpalika Recruitment : There are two predominant styles for manipulating a fire staff: rotational and contact.
In rotational fire staff manipulation, the performer’s hands are used to manipulate the motion and rotation of the staff. Contact fire staff is a technique whereby the performer rolls the staff over parts of the arms, legs, and body. Both techniques can be used in a performance. Another technique is staff juggling, in which three staff are thrown and caught.
Gujarat Nagarpalika Recruitment published an official notification for the Recruitment of Fire Staff posts. Eligible candidates can apply for this recruitment. You can view more details about this recruitment including No. of posts, name of post, Educational qualification, Age limit, Selection process, How to apply, etc… You can also view official notifications and other important facts about this recruitment e.g. Important links and Important dates.
Gujarat Nagarpalika Recruitment 2021
- Various Degree with experience (see details in official advertisement)
- The final Selection will be based on a personal interview.
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Fire staffs can vary in length, weight, balance, and wick arrangements. Staff can range anywhere from a half-meter in length to two or more meters.
Fire staffs contrast fire knives in that their center of balance rests in the middle of their length. The most common wick arrangement for a fire staff is two wicks of equal size and thickness on either end of the staff. However, multiple wicks may be placed on the staff, and may even be placed “out of balance”, displacing the point of equilibrium. A “fire staff” with wicks on only one end of the staff, is not a fire staff – it is either a fire spear or fire spade, both of which employ vastly different movement styles than fire staff.