Army Air Defence Records Recruitment for 19 Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Vacancies
Army Air Defence Records Recruitment for 19 Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Vacancies: – Army Air Defence Records has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 19 posts. The post name is Lower Division Clerk (LDC).
If you want to make career at Army Air Defence Records Vacancy then you can apply in prescribed application format on or before 23 July 2017. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in Army Air Defence Records Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Post:- Lower Division Clerk (LDC).
Eligibility:- 12th Pass.
Last date:- 23 July 2017.
Age limit:- 18 to 25 years.
Official Website:- http://www.mod.nic.in/
Vacancy details of Army Air Defence Records Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 19 Posts.
Name of post:- Lower Division Clerk (LDC).
1) General – 07 posts.
2) OBC – 02 posts.
3) SC – 03 posts.
4) ST – 04 posts.
5) PWD – 01 post.
6) ESM – 02 posts.
Eligibility: – Passed Class 12th or equivalent qualification from any recognized Board or University. Skill Test Norms on Computer: English typing @ 35 words per minute or Hindi typing @ 30 words per minute (Time allowed – 10 minutes).
Salary:- Rs 19900 Per Month.
Selection Process: – Their performance in Written Examination/Skill Test/Interview.
Note: – If you have any quarry regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read carefully.
How to apply: – The candidates can apply in prescribed application format along with self attested copies of documents and relevant documents and send to the Commanding Officer Army Air Defence Records, Gopalpur Military Station, Ganjam, Odisha – 761052 on or before 23 July 2017.
About Army Air Defence Records.
The Corps of Army Air Defence (abbreviated as AAD), is an active corps of the Indian Army and a major combative formation tasked with air defences of the country from foreign threats. The AAD Corps is responsible for the protection of Indian air space from enemy aircraft and missiles, especially below 5,000 feet.