All job aspirants who want to seek a job in Defence Ministry can apply for Recruitment 2018 process. Know all necessary details here!
Defence Ministry Recruitment 2018 is accepting applications to recruit 9 posts of Tradesman Mate in 56 Infantry Divisional Ordnance Unit, Uttarakhand under the Ministry of Defence. Candidates who want to seek a job and are eligible can apply for the posts on or before June 23, 2018.
The official notification is available at davp.nic.in.
Eligibility criteria for Defence Ministry Recruitment 2018
The applicant should be class 10th pass or equivalent from any recognised board.
18 to 25 years. Age relaxation will be applicable as per the official advertisement.
Shortlisted candidates will be recruited under the Pay Band of Rs 18,000 plus other allowances as admissible to central government employees.
Selection Process for Defence Ministry Recruitment 2018
The selection will be done on the basis of a Written Test and Physical Endurance.
Incomplete and ineligible applications will be rejected without intimation to the candidate. Only eligible candidate will be called for further tests and the written examination.
Documents required for Defence Ministry Recruitment 2018:
Attested copy of following certificates also have to be accompanied with the application:
(i) Educational qualification certificate.
(ii) Certificate indicating date of birth.
(iii) Caste certificate if applicable.
(iv) Discharge certificate for ex-serviceman or NOC from competent authority for serving Defence Personal
(v) Details of Aadhar and PAN No
(c) Self-addressed envelope affixing postal stamp of Rs.25
Mailing Address for Defence Ministry Recruitment 2018
The completed form has to be sent to the Commanding Officer 56 Infantry Divisional Ordnance Unit, PIN- 909056, c/o 99 APO. The application form should be as per prescribed format only, otherwise the same will be rejected. Separate application for each post is required. The advertisement for the vacancies was appeared on Employment News.
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