Ministry of Defence Recruitment 2016 for 58 Fireman and Other Posts

December 21, 2016

Ministry of Defence Recruitment 2016 for 58 Fireman and Other Posts

Ministry of Defence Recruitment 2016 for 58 Fireman and Other Posts

 

Job Details:

Ministry of Defence invited applications from eligible candidates for 58 Fireman and Other Posts. Eligible and Interested candidates can send their application in the prescribed format within 21 days (31 December 2016) from the date of publication of the advertisement in the Employment News.

 

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Job Title Fireman and Other
Number of Positions 58
Company Ministry of Defence
Age Limit 18 – 25 years
Last Date of Application 31 December 2016

 

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Ministry of Defence Vacancy Details

  • Lower Division Clerk (LDC) – 01 Post
  • Fireman – 32 Posts
  • Tradesman Mate – 25 Posts

 

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Lower Divison Clerk (LDC): 12thclass or equivalent qualification from a recognized Board or University.
  • Fireman and Tradesman Mate: Matriculation (10th) Pass or equivalent from recognized Board.

 

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Pay Scale:

Rs 5200-20200/- +GP Rs 1900

 

How to Apply:

Eligible and Interested candidates can send their application in the prescribed format along with required copies of documents within 21 days from the date of publication of the advertisement in the Employment News.

 

Selection Process:-

Physical test as well as written test

 

Application Fee :-

General & OBC : Rs. 25 /-

SC/ ST/ PWD/ EXS : Rs 25 /-

 

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Important Dates:

 

Starting Date Not mentioned
Last Date 31 December 2016

 

About Company:

The Government of India is responsible for ensuring the defence of India and every part thereof. The Supreme Command of the Armed Forces vests in the President. The responsibility for national defence rests with the Cabinet.This is discharged through the Ministry of Defence, which provides the policy framework and wherewithal to the Armed Forces to discharge their responsibilities in the context of the defence of the country. The Raksha Mantri (Defence Minister) is the head of the Ministry of Defence.