Cantonment Board Jalandhar Recruitment for 154 Safaiwala Vacancy
Cantonment Board Jalandhar Recruitment for 154 Safaiwala Vacancy: – Cantonment Board Jalandhar has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 154 posts. The post name is Safaiwala.
If you want to make career at Cantonment Board Jalandhar Vacancy then you can apply online application from 11 December 2017 to 10 January 2018. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in Cantonment Board Jalandhar Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Eligibility:- 8th Pass.
Location:- Jalandhar (Punjab).
Last date:- 10 January 2018.
Age limit:- 18 to 25 years.
Official Website:- www.canttboardrecruit.org
Vacancy details of Cantonment Board Jalandhar Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 154 posts.
Name of post:- Safaiwala.
Eligibility: – 8th Class Pass or equivalent qualification from recognized School Education Board.
Salary: – Rs. 4900-10680 plus grade pay 1650 per month.
Age Limit:- Minimum and Maximum age limit is 18 to 25 years as on 10 January 2018.
Application Fee:- Rs.500 for General Candidates and Rs.250 for candidates of Reserved Categories (except handicap) through online payment mode via application software only.
Selection Process: – Selection will be based on Physical test/trade test and Written Test.
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 online application through the website www.canttboardrecruit.org from 11 December 2017 to 10 January 2018.
Important dates to remember:-
- Starting date for online application – 11 December 2017.
- Last date for online application – 10 January 2018.
About Cantonment Board Jalandhar Vacancy
Jalandhar Cantonment is one of the oldest Cantonments in India, the foundation of which was started in 1848 after the first Anglo Sikh war when the British settled in North India. The original scope of this Cantonment was limited to troops to quell disturbances from adjoining states for the maintenance of peace and order. General R.E.H Dyer of the notorious Jalianwala Bagh episode commanded it from 1917 to 1919.