Advanced Base Ordnance Depot (15 ABOD) moved from Antwerp to Germany at the end of 1945, with its stores, military personnel and a few Belgian civilians.Advance Base Ordnance Depot-ABOD is going to recruit for various post such as Store keeper,Telephone Operator,Civil Motor Driver(CMD)(OG),Fireman and Lower Division clerk.
Store keeper having 02 post(ST/OBC each of 1 post)
What will be pay scale?
As per notification salary will be Rs 5200-20200/-
Minimum educational qualification:Tenth or equivalent from recognize board
Note:Out of 2 vacancies,01 reserved for EX-servicemen.Ex-serviceman vacancy will be filled first and accordingly adjusted against the particular category.
What will be tentative salary?
As per notification pay scale will be Rs 5200-20200/-
Criteria of qualification:10th or equivalent with English as compulsory subject
Civil Motor Driver(CMD)(OG)
What will be declare salary?
As per information available pay scale will be Rs 5200-20200/-
Condition of Education:Tenth or equivalent
Having the civilian driving license for heavy vehicles and have two years experience of driving vehicle
Fireman having 08 post(including OBC-3,ST-1,open-4)
what will be salary?
Expected pay scale will be Rs 5200-20200/-
Desirable education:Tenth or equivalent from recognize board
Applicant also have face physical standard and physical test for selection including Height-165 cm,Weight-50 kg for men,Chest standard.
Lower Division clerk
What will be salary?
AS information available pay scale will be Rs 5200-20200/-
Require education:19th or equivalent from reputed board,30 w/m in English or 25 w/m in Hindi
What will be last date for application?
Applicant have to submit application before 26th February 2011
Applicant must have good physical health.Selection procedure is based on interview and ten times the vacancies will be called.
What will be age limitation?
Minimum age limit will be 18 years where as maximum age will be about 25 year.There will be age relaxation 3 year for OBC and 5 year for SC/ST
Advt is available on Employment news of 22-28 January 2011