Field Gun Factory – 08 Storekeeper (Group-C) Posts – Apply Online
Recruitment: – Field Gun Factory (FGK) under Indian Ordnance Factories has issued a notification for the recruitment of Storekeeper (Group-C) on permanent basis.
Post: – Storekeeper (Group-C)
Location: – Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh)
Last date: – 06-November-2015
Age Limit: – Between 18-27 years
Davp: – 10201/11/1275/1516
Total Post: – 08 posts,
Name of the Post: – Storekeeper (Group-C)
1- General – 05 posts,
2- OBC – 02 posts,
3- SC – 01 post,
Qualification: – 12th classes passed in any subject from recognized board.
Basic knowledge of computer application having ‘O’ level certificate as per Department of Electronics Accreditation Committee Certificate (DOEACC).
Pay Scale: – Rs. 5200-20200 + Grade pay 1900/- per month.
Age limit: – Between 18-27 years as on 06th November-2015.
Age Relaxation: – The upper age limit relaxable up to 03 years for OBC, 05 years for SC/ ST & 10 years for PWD candidates.
Application fee: – Candidates pay a non refundable application fee of Rs. 50/- by through Indian postal order in favour of General Manager, Field Gun Factory, Kanpur.
Selection Process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of written test, trade test & performance in interview.
Written Test: – The written test shall be fully objective type and OMR based.
1- Numerical Aptitude (40 Marks) – 40 Questions,
2- General Science (30 Marks) – 30 Questions,
3- General Awareness (30 Marks) – 30 Questions,
How to apply: – Candidates apply application online mode.
After Online submission, printout of online application alongwith all photocopies of ducuments may be sent by post to The General Manager, Field Gun Factory, Kalpi Road, Kanpur-208009 (Uttar Pradesh), till date 16th November-2015 (Flung areas candidates 26th November-2015).
Field Gun Factory (FGK) located Kanpur Central railway station on way to Jhansi is the youngest member of the Weapons, Vehicles and Equipment (WV&E) group Ordnance of factories. In view of the importance given to ordnance production in the wake of the Indo-Pak war of 1965 and the Bangladesh Liberation war of 1971, it was seen that the load for Ordnance Factory, Kanpur was much more than its capacity.
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