BAMUL Recruitment 2017 For 250 Manager, Technical Officers
Bangalore Milk Union Limited (BAMUL) has released a notification for the recruitment of 250 Assistant Managers, Technical Officers and More. Interested candidates may check the eligibility criteria and apply online from 10-07-2017 to 10-08-2017.
More details about BAMUL Recruitment (2017), including number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, how to apply and important dates, are given below:
•Post Name: Assistant Manager
•No. of Vacancies: 22
•Pay Scale: Rs. 28,100
•Post Name: Technical Officer
•No. of Vacancies: 15
•Pay Scale: Rs. 22,800
Job Location: Bengaluru
Eligibility Criteria for BAMUL Recruitment (2017):
Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed B.Com./B.Sc. Degree/SSLC with ITI from a recognised university.
Kindly refer to the official notification for relevant educational requirement for different posts.
Age Limit (as on 01-07-2017): Minimum 18 years and Maximum 35 years
Selection Process: Selection of candidates will be made on the basis of Written Examination and Personal Interview.
Application Fee: General/OBC Candidates have to pay Rs. 1000 and SC/ST Candidates have to pay Rs. 500 through online mode using Net-banking/Credit or Debit Card.
• Starting Date of Online Application: 10-07-2017
• Last Date of Online Application: 10-08-2017
• Last Date for Submission of Application Fee: 11-08-2017
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DSSSB Recruitment 2017 For Lower Division Clerk
Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) has released a notification for the recruitment of 1,074 Lower Division Clerks, DASS (Grade-II and Grade-IV) and more. Interested candidates may check the eligibility criteria and apply online from 01-08-2017 to 21-08-2017.
More details about DSSSB Recruitment (2017), including number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, how to apply and important dates, are given below:
•Post Name: Lower Division Clerk
•No. of Vacancies: 34
•Pay Scale: Rs. 5,200-20,200
•Grade Pay: Rs. 1,900
•Post Name: DASS (Grade-II)
•No. of Vacancies: 221
•Pay Scale: Rs. 9,300-34,800
•Grade Pay: Rs. 4,600
•Post Name: DASS (Grade-IV)
•No. of Vacancies: 480
•Pay Scale: Rs. 5,200-20,200
•Grade Pay: Rs. 1,900
Job Location: Delhi
Eligibility Criteria for DSSSB Recruitment (2017):
Lower Division Clerk and DASS (Grade-IV): Candidates must have passed 12th class or equivalent qualification from a recognised board/university, and should have typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi on Computer.
DASS (Grade-II): Candidates should have knowledge of Hindi and must have passed a degree from a recognised university in Arts/Commerce/Science/Agriculture.
Age Limit (as on 21-08-2017):
Lower Division Clerk and DASS (Grade-IV): Minimum 18 years and Maximum 27 years
DASS (Grade-II): Minimum 20 years and Maximum 27 years
|Sr. No.||Category of Candidates||Relaxation of Age Permissible|
|1.||SC/ST Candidates||05 years|
|2.||OBC Candidates||03 years|
|4.||PH Candidates||10 years|
Selection Process: Selection of candidates will be made on the basis of One Tier and Two Tier Examination scheme and Skill Test.
Application Fee: General Candidates have to pay Rs. 100 through SBI Bank Challan or using Net-banking/Credit or Debit Card. Other candidates don’t have to pay any fee.
• Starting Date of Online Application: 01-08-2017
• Last Date of Online Application: 21-08-2017
• Date of Examination: To be Announced
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