10th Pass (SSC)
Last Date: 2017-08-03
Recruitment Notice No SWC 39 FAD/RECT/01
320 Tradesman Mate/ Fireman jobs in Indian Army -39 Field Ammunition Depot
No. of Vacancies : 316 (Gen-158, SC-54, ST-41, OBC-63)
Qualification : (i) Matriculation or equivalent pass (ii) Capable of passing Written exam as it involves induction to Group ?C? post. (iii) Should be sturdy and be able to carry loads. (Ammunition boxes filled/unfilled. Knowledge of Hindi is desirable).
Scale of Pay : Rs 18000/- in Level-1 (18000- 56900)
No. of Post : 04 (Gen-02, ST-02)
Qualification : (a) Matriculation or equivalent pass (b) Must be physically fit and capable of performing strenuous duties and must have passed the test specified below : (i)Height without shoes ? 165 cms provided that a concession of 2.5 (aa) Carrying a man (Fireman lift of 63.5 Kgs to a distance of 183 meters within 96 seconds. (ab) Clearing 2.7 meters wide ditch landing on both feet (long 02 02 - - 04 Out of 04 vacancies in Fireman Post 1X vac is reserved for PH (HH) & 1X vac is reserved for ExServicemen. cms in height shall be allowed for member of Scheduled Tribes. (ii)Chest (unexpanded)-81.5 cms (iii)Chest (on expansation ) ? 85 cms (iv)Weight ? 50 Kgs (minimum) (v)Endurance test (c) Capable of passing Written exam as it involves induction to Group ?C? post.
Pay Scale : Rs 19900 in Level-2 (19900- 63200)
Hiring Process : Written-test
Job Role : Mechanic / Fitter / Production
Candidates will forward application properly sealed in an envelope to the address mentioned against the post applied for, through ordinary post/Registered post/Speed post. Application in person will not be accepted. Candidates are requested to super scribe the words ?Application For The Post of ____ on the top of envelope while sending the application form. Last date for receipt of application is 21 days from the date of publication of the advertisement in the Employment News. (03/08/2017).
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The epic history of Indian Army dates back to more than ten thousand chequered years. The two epics of ?Ramayana? and ?Mahabharata? constitute the fundamental framework around which the edifice of Indian Army is built. The massive epic war ?Mahabharata?, fought at Kurukshetra in north-central India, has left indelible imprints on the Indian psyche. Fought relentlessly for eighteen days in quest of peace, the force level described in the Epic states 18 ?Akshaunis?, seven with the ?Pandavas? and eleven with the ?Kauravas?, amounting to nearly 400,000 assorted troops fighting on chariots, horses, elephants and foot soldiers.