RSCB Recruitment 2021: Cooperative Recruitment Board, Rajasthan, invites online applications from eligible Indian Citizens for recruitment of the following 385 posts pertaining to Sahkari Upbhokta Wholesale Bhandars (SUWB) and Kraya Vikraya Sahkari Samities (KVSS) of the State of Rajasthan. The last date for registration of online applications is April 20, 2021. For more information visit @ rajcrb.rajasthan.gov.in
RSCB Recruitment 2021: Details
|Name of Posts||Total Vacancies|
|Clerk / Junior Assistant / Salesman / Godown Keeper / Store Keeper / Typist / Cashier||385|
Age Limit: 21 to 33 years as on closing date.
Age Relaxation - 05 years for SC ST and BC/MBC Male Candidate of Rajasthan State, 10 years for SC/ST and BC/MBC Female Candidate of Rajasthan State. 05 years for General and EWS Female, Plus 10 years for Special Abled Persons and No Maximum age limit for Widow or Divorcee.
RSCB Recruitment 2021: Educational Qualification
Bachelor’s Degree / Graduate in any discipline from a recognized institute / university.
RSCB Recruitment 2021: Examination Fee
- Rs 1200/- for General/ Creamy layer of BC/ MBC & SC/ ST/ BC/ MBC/ EWS candidates of other States than Rajasthan.
- Rs 600/- for Sahariya/ SC/ ST/ Non Creamy layer BC/ EWS and MBC/ TSP Area/ Disabled Candidates of Rajasthan.
- The fee can be made through online payment mode only using Debit Cards (RuPay/ Visa/ Master Card/ Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets.
RSCB Recruitment 2021: Selection Process
RSCB Recruitment 2021: How to Apply
Eligible Interested candidates should apply online through Rajasthan CRB Recruitment Portal (rajcrb.rajasthan.gov.in). The last date for registration of online applications is 20/04/2021.
RSCB Recruitment 2021: Important Dates
Closure of registration of application: 20/04/2021
Closure for editing application details: 20/04/2021
Last date for printing your application: 05/05/2021
Online Fee Payment: 20/03/2021 to 20/04/2021
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