Assam Rifles Recruitment for 213 Soldier & Havildar Vacancy
Assam Rifles Recruitment for 213 Soldier & Havildar Vacancy:- Assam Rifles has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 213 posts. The post names are Soldier & Havildar and other.
If you want to make career at Assam Rifles Vacancy then you can apply offline application on or before 27 April 2018. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in Assam Rifles Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Posts:- Soldier & Havildar.
Location:- All India.
Last date:- 27 April 2018.
Age limit:- 18 to 40 years.
Official Website:- http://www.assamrifles.gov.in
Vacancy details of Assam Rifles Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 213 posts.
Name of post:-
- Soldier General Duty – 171 posts.
- Clerk (Hav) – 10 posts.
- Personal Assistant (WO) – 01 post.
- Radio Mechanic (WO) – 02 posts.
- Armourer (Rfn) – 02 posts.
- Electrician (Rfn) – 02 posts.
- Nursing Assistant (Rfn) – 01 post.
- Female Attendant (FA) – 01 post.
- Cook (Rfn) – 08 posts.
- Male Safai (Rfn) – 04 posts.
- Washerman (Rfn) – 05 posts.
- Barber (Rfn) – 03 posts.
- Equipment Boot Repairer – 02 posts.
- Tailor (Rfn) – 01 post.
Eligibility: – Candidates should pass 10th or 12th class from a recognized board.
Salary: – Candidates will get good salary as per Assam Rifles Recruitment rule.
Selection Process: – Selection will be based on documentation, Physical Efficiency Test, Written Test, Trade Test (Skill Test), Medical Examination, Merit List.
Note: – If you have any query 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, Laitkor, Shillong, Meghalaya-793010 on or before 27 April 2018.
About Assam Rifles Vacancy.
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.