Assam Rifles Recruitment for 65 Rifleman (General Duty) Vacancies
Assam Rifles Recruitment for 65 Rifleman (General Duty) Vacancies: – Assam Rifles has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 65 posts. The post name is Rifleman (General Duty).
If you want to make career at Assam Rifles Vacancy then you can apply in prescribed application format on or before 20 August 2017. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in Assam Rifles Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Post: – Rifleman (General Duty).
Eligibility: – 10th Pass.
Last date:- 20 August 2017.
Age limit:- 18 to 23 years.
Official Website:- http://www.assamrifles.gov.in/
Vacancy details of Assam Rifles Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 65 posts.
Name of post:- Rifleman (General Duty) under Sports Quata for the Year 2017.
Eligibility: – Passed Class 10th from a recognized Board.
Salary:- Rs 21,700 per month.
Application fee:- Candidates can pay the fee of Rs 100 for General /OBC Candidates and No Fee for SC/ST. The fee can pay through IPO (Indian Postal Order) should be prepared in favour of Recruitment Branch, HQ DGAR, Shillong – 793010.
Selection Process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in …..
- Physical Standard Test.
- Medical Examination.
- Field Trails.
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 Directorate General Assam Rifles (Recruitment Branch), Latikor, Shillong, Meghalaya – 793010 on or before 20 August 2017.
Important dates to remember:-
- Last date for offline application – 20 August 2017.
- Last date for offline application for Flung Areas – 04 September 2017.
About Assam Rifles Recruitment.
The Assam Rifles is one of the Paramilitary forces of India. The unit can trace its lineage back to a paramilitary police force that was formed under the British in 1835 called Cachar Levy. Since then the Assam Rifles have undergone a number of name changes before the name Assam Rifles was finally adopted in 1917.