Defense Ministry 209 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

Defense Ministry 209 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

Defense Ministry 209 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

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The Defense Ministry 209 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017 has published.

Defense Ministry 209 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

Defense Ministry 209 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017 published on 3rd January 2017.

Available Post: Total 209 posts

Posts:

-Stenographer cum Computer Operator- 01 post.

-UDA (Upper Divisional Assistant)- 14 posts.

-Stenotypist cum Computer Operator- 03 posts.

-Draftsman Class C- 04 posts.

-Office Assistant- 84 posts.

-Storeman- 24 posts.

-MT Driver- 26 posts.

-Photocopy Operator (Blue Printer)- 08 posts.

-Office Sahayok (Draftory)- 05 posts.

Office Sahayok (Peon)– 23 posts.

-Security Guard- 17 posts.

Eligibility Criteria: See the job advertisement.

Age: See the job advertisement.

Salary & Remuneration: As per govt. scale, see the job advertisement.

Defense Ministry 209 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

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Application Procedure: Applicants with the required qualification should apply online from the below link:

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Application Deadline: From 17 January 2017 till 15 February 2017.

The first regular establishment of “Engineers” in India formed in the Madras Army in 1748. On 23 March 1770 the Chief Engineer of Madras Engineers was in the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. From 1776 to 1818 Bengal Sappers and Miners existed in some form or the other in Bengal Army. On 19 February 1819 the Bengal Sappers and Miners consisting of six companies officially came into being. In 01 April 1862 the Bengal and Madras Engineers amalgamated with the Royal Engineers of British Indian Army.

The Royal Engineers thereafter employed in the Department of Public Works or Railways or Survey. But from 1851 the “Public Works Department” was under civil control and no separate organization considered necessary for military works. After 1860 there was a boom in the construction of civil works. A large number of civil engineers engaged and military department began to lose proper control over military works.

By 1871 the situation was so unsatisfactory that “Special Military Works Branch” of the Public Works Department was given the responsibility of the major works, and ten years later the branch was placed under the military control. In 1889 the “Military Works Department” took over all the military works in India. However, it was not until 1899 that this Military Works Department became entirely military in character and was officered by Royal Engineers. It was then named as “Military Works Services” and so it remained till 1923 when it was renamed as “Military Engineer Services” which continues till this day. Find out more on MES Website.

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