Join Indian Army Recruitment 2018

Total No. Posts - 191 Posts

Last Date 15 February 

Job Details :
1) Post Name : 51st SSC (Tech) Men & 22nd SSC Tech Women
No. of Vacancy: 191 posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 56100-177500/- (Per Month)
Qualification :
For SSC (Tech) Men & Women: Engineering Degree in any discipline from any recognized institution.
For SSCW (Non-Tech): Graduate in any discipline from any recognized university.
Age Limit: Minimum and Maximum age limit is 20 to 27 years for SSC (T) Men, SSC (T) Women candidates & 35 years for Widows for SSCW (Non-Tech) as on 01.10.2018

Name of the Discipline
Men: 175 Posts
Women: 14 Posts
SSC (W) Non-Tech (Non-UPSC): 01 Post
SSC (W) (Tech): 01 Post

Job Location: All India

Selection Process: Selection will be based on Medical Examination & Interview.

Application Fee: There is no application fee.

How to Apply: Interested candidates may apply Online through the website from 17.01.2018 to 15.02.2018. send hard copy of online application along with self attested copies of relevant certificates, in an envelop must be superscribed in Red ink clearly indicating the name of officer with rank to the Rtg-A(WE) Section, Dte Gen of Rtg, AG’s Branch, Integrated HQ of Ministry of Defence (Army), West Block-III, R K Puram, New Delhi – 110066 on or before 31.03.2018.

Important Dates to Remember:
Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: 17.01.2018
Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 15.02.2018
Last Date for Submission of Hard Copy of Online Application form: 31.03.2018
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