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Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Job Alert 2019: Great Chance To Get The Indian Navy Job For The 10th

Job Alert 2019: Great Chance To Get The Indian Navy Job For The 10th


Indian Navy has released 554 releases for the recruitment of Trade Men Mate. The appointment for these positions will be for Eastern, Western and Southern Naval Command.
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Bihar's Revenue and Land Reclamation Department has issued a notification for recruitment of 6875 posts including Amin, Kanungo and Clerk. The online application will be until one April. Local residents will get the benefit of reservation. In the recruitment, Amin has 495 posts, 550 posts of law, 550 posts of clerk and 275 posts of survey assistant. Candidates Selection will be on the basis of academic qualification. In the case of more application, the department can conduct a written examination or interview. Initially, the selected candidates will be given appointment on a temporary basis. Later the employees will decide to make permanent.

  • Recruitment of 553 posts of Traffsenman in Navy

The Indian Navy has released 554 releases for the recruitment of tradesmen Mate. The appointment for these positions will be for Eastern, Western and Southern Naval Command. Candidates will have to apply online till March 15. Candidates with Tenth Pass and ITI Certificate can apply. Candidates will be selected on a computer-based basis. The exams will include questions related to General Intelligence and Reasoning, Numerical Aptitude, General English and General Awareness. 100 marks questions will be asked in the examination. There are 25 points fixed for each subject.

  • Opportunity for recruitment on 1665 posts

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has issued a press release for recruitment in both the national and isolated posts. Ministerial and isolated 1665 posts. The online application will be up to seven April. Online payment fees are April 13 and offline through April 11. Candidates will be selected from Single Stage CBT (Computer Based Test). The CBT will also have Skill Tests (Steno, Translation, Teaching Skill, Performance Test etc.) of successful candidates. Examinations can take place in June and July. In Single Stage, CBT 90 minutes will be given and 100 questions will be asked. The CBT question paper for junior stenographer (Hindi and English) will be different from the other posts. But it will also be given 90 minutes and 100 questions will be asked.  There will be negative marking in the examination and one-third digit for the wrong answer will be deducted. Detailed syllabus for the examination will be released soon. Apart from Hindi and English typing in stenographers, there will be an examination of others, including grammar. The questions will also be asked in other subjects including computers in the examination. There is a lot of craze in the youth about this test. There will also be a lot of applications in this.

  • Recruitment of 1364 Posts of Custody Writer

Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission has asked for an online application for recruitment of 1364 posts of Custody Writer. Online fees and forms will be deposited until April 5. Amendments will be made till April 12, when there is a mistake in online application. In the recruitment, the unreserved 1002 and the Scheduled Castes have 362 posts. Candidates with Intermediate or its equivalent qualifications will be eligible for the application. Candidates will be selected on the basis of written examination.

  • Recruitment to 223 posts in Railways

Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala (Punjab) has sought applications for recruitment of 223 posts of Trade Prentice. These appointments will be for different trades. The online application will be till March 23. It includes 54 posts of fitter, 20 of welders, 30 electricians and 10 posts of electronics mechanic. It is mandatory to get National Trade Certificate in the tenth or twelfth pass and related trade with minimum 50 percent marks. Candidates will be selected on the basis of marks in Tenth and ITI.


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