Mumbai Job in BMC Wants For 47 Assistant Security Officer in 2015


Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, Mumbai posted a recruitment advertisement to invite all eligible Indian candidates to apply for the post of 47 Assistant Security Officer in 2015.

Table of Contents:
 1 Post Details
 2 Salary Details
 3 Eligibility
 4 Selection Procedure
 4.1 Application Fee
 4.2 How to Apply
 5 About Company/Institution
 6 Latest News

Commencement of online registration & Payment of Fee – 27/11/2015
Last date to apply online – 18/12/2015

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation Recruitment 2015

Into the table below you can see the name of the post, the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation.

Advertisement
 Name of the postTotal  
 Assistant Security
Officer
43
 Assistant Security
Officer (Training)
 04

Total number of post – 47

Scale of Pay/Monthly Salary for  Assistant Security Officer

  • As per Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation norm.

Eligibility Terms

Age: 20 to 33 years (as on 18/12/2015)

Education: Candidates should possess Degree in Arts/ Science/Commerce/Law Engineering with minimum 50% marks & ‘CCC‘/’O’/’A’/’B’ level certificate from D.O.E.A.C.C Society for Assistant Security Officer Degree in Arts/Science/Commerce/Law from recognized University.

Selection Procedure

  • Written Test
  • Physical Test
  • Interview

Application Fee

Category Amount 
 AllRs.600/-

Note* – The application fee should be paid by Rupay /Visa/Master Card/Maestro/Cash Cards/Mobile Wallets & online mode.

How to Apply for Vacancy in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation

  1. Download the Advertisement
  2. Read the Advertisement Carefully
  3. Register Online
  4. Complete Application Form
  5. Submit the Fee
  6. Print the Complete Application Form & Fee Receipt

About the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation

Name of the CompanyBrihanmumbai Municipal
Corporation
TypeMunicipal
Corporation
Founded1888
MayorSnehal Ambekar,
Shiv Sena
Municipal
Commissioner
Ajoy Mehta
Seats227
Websitehttp://www.mcgm.gov.in/

Latest News of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation

  1. BMC tweaks road reconstruction rules to keep corruption in check – In a major move to curb corruption in road reconstruction work, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has tweaked the current norms.According to the new norms, a road to be reconstructed can be dug up only up to 20cm — around one foot. Earlier, this was allowed till 87cm (about three feet). The change in norms means that recently highlighted malpractices in the excavation of debris and transportation will now be curbed to a great extent.The BMC pays contractors a separate amount for excavation and transportation, which saw rampant malpractices as contractors inflated the quantity of debris and submitted bogus bills. This route had proved to be a goldmine for the contractor-official nexus in the civic body.

    The matter of malpractices had come to light when mayor Snehal Ambekar wrote a confidential letter to civic chief Ajoy Mehta recently, alleging corruption in the excavation and transportation of road debris and demanded an inquiry. Following this, Mehta ordered an inquiry last month into all road improvement works undertaken in the past one year.

    When a road is taken up for reconstruction, the first phase includes deep excavation and transportation of debris. Then the road is leveled with material called granular sub base (GSB) mix and wet mix (powder to keep surface intact). In the last phase, a new surface of asphalt or concrete is laid out.

    A senior official from the road department said, “Currently, nearly all the city roads have a perfect and compact base. We are digging and creating unnecessary work by leveling the same.”He said, “Also, there is problem of dumping places, so many times contractors get paid extra to dump the debris elsewhere.”

    Samajwadi Party group leader Rais Shaikh welcomed the corporation’s move of tweaking the norms and said, “This will help the civic body save crores of public money as corruption is rampant in debris excavation and transportation. The BMC should incorporate this change in the proposed Rs-710 crore road improvement works in the eastern suburbs.”

    He said, “Now the cost of reconstructing roads will automatically come down.”Municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta confirmed the development. “Now, we will propose all the road works with the new norms. This will lead to almost no debris during road improvement, which will bring down the repair cost.”

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