Cantonment Board Jalandhar Jobs 2017
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Cantonment Board Jalandhar Jobs – 154 Safaiwala – Last Date – 10th Jan 2018
Important Dates –
- Start date for Submission of Online Application : 11th Dec 2017
- Last Date for Submission of Online Application : 10th Jan 2018
Vacancy Details :
- Position Name : Safaiwala
- Vacant Post : 154 Posts
- Scale of Pay : Rs. 4900-10680/-, Grade Pay – Rs.1650/-
- Qualification Required : 8th Class Pass or equivalent qualification, from recognised School Edu. Board.
- Age Limit : Minimum and Maximum age limit is 18 to 25 Years as on 10th Jan 2018
Job Location : Jalandhar, Punjab
Selection Criteria : Selection will be based on Physical test/trade test & Written Test.
Cantonment Board Jalandhar Application Fee : Interested Candidate need to pay the Application fees as per below.
- General Candidates : Rs. 500/-
- Reserved (except handicap) Candidate : Rs. 250/-
- PWD Candidate : No Fee
Application fees can be paid through online payment mode via application software only.
Cantonment Board Jalandhar Application Procedure –
- Application Type – Online
- Procedure of Application – Interested Candidate need to apply online fees within the dates limit mentioned above at Official website “www.canttboardrecruit.org” on from 11th Dec 2017 to 10th Jan 2018.
- Cantonment Board Jalandhar Job Notice : Cantonment Board Jalandhar Notification for 154 Safaiwala Posts Jan 2018
- Cantonment Board Jalandhar Online Application : Apply Online
- Cantonment Board Jalandhar Application Form : Application Form
About Cantonment Board Jalandhar Jobs
Jalandhar Cantonment is a cantonment town in Jalandhar District in the Indian state of Punjab. It is one of the oldest cantonments in India, the construction of which was started in 1848 after the first Anglo-Sikh War, when the British settled in Northern India. The original scope of this cantonment was limited to troops to quell disturbances from adjoining States for the maintenance of peace and order. In 1920 the cantonment was the scene of mutiny by Irish soldiers, who took down the Union Flag and replaced it by the flag of the Irish Republic, proclaimed at the time in Dublin (See The Connaught Rangers#Mutiny in India, 1920).