HQ training command IAF is going to recruit for direct recruitment of Gp ‘c ‘ civilian posts in Indian Air Force having 22 post such as Cook,Lower division clerk,Painter,Civilian mechanical transport Driver (ordinary grade),carpenter,Book binder and Upholster with respective different region in India.
Lower division clerk
Minimum education: Twelfth or equivalent qualification from reputed board/university A typing speed of 30 word per minute in English or 25 word per minute in Hindi Knowledge of MS-office depending application
Essential qualification:Tenth or equivalent examination of reputed university.
6 month experience in tradeex- serviceman in similar/akin/field or trade
Desirable qualification:Industrial training institute certificate in the trade of painter with two year experience or Ex-serviceman from painter trade with three year services
Civilian mechanical transport Driver (ordinary grade)
Educational qualification:Tenth or equivalent from reputed board.Valid civil driving license for light and heavy vehicle
Must possess profetional skill in driving and knowledge of motor mechanism.Minimum two year of experience in driving motor vehicle.
Industrial training institute certificate in the appropriate/akin trade or trade viz. carpenter or Ex-serviceman from appropriate trade viz.Carpenter rigger
Industrial training institute certificate in appropriate/akin field or trade viz.Book binder or Ex-serviceman in appropriate trade
Minimum educational criteria:
Industrial training institute certificate in appropriate/akin trade or Ex-serviceman in appropriate trade
Important notification: All post get divided into caste wise. No TA/DA will be paid for candidate for test/interview
What will be final date for application?
Application should be sent at up to 5th Feb 2011
What will be salary?
As per notification pay scale will be Rs 5200-20200/-
What will be age limitation for lower division post?
Boundary of age will be 18 to 27 years For other post Age must be in between 18 to 25 years
Advt is available on Employment news 15-21 January 2011