Ministry of Defense Looking for 20 Store Officers via UPSC Recruitment 2015


Vacancy no. – 15020301414
Last date to apply – 05/03/2015

Defence Ministry Store Officer Vacancy

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) posted an advertisement to recruit 20 Store Officers in Ministry of Defense in 2015.

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Details of UPSC Store Officers Recruitment 2015

Organization

Defense Research and Development Organization,
from the Ministry of Defense.

Number of Post & Reservation

PostUROBCSCSTTotal
Store Officer1153120

There is 01 seat reserved for PH (Physically Handicapped) candidate from the total number of vacancies.

Pay Scale

Rs.9,300 – 34.800/- (PB-2) + Grade Pay Rs.4,600/-
Total emoluments excluding T.A HRA at the time of the initial appointment will be Rs.27,000/- p.m approximately.

Age

UR – Not exceeding 30 years (as on 05/03/2015)
OBC – Not exceeding 33 years (as on 05/03/2015)
SC/ST – Not exceeding 35 years (as on 05/03/3015)

Eligibility

Educational – Degree of any recognized university.
Experience – 3 Years of experience in a government or semi government office or in a private concern of repute in indenting purchases, maintenance of technical stores or accounts.

How to Apply & Important Points

  • Apply online through the official website at www.upsconline.nic.in
  • Candidates seeking to apply for more than one post, should fill the separate form for each post
  • Please take printout of the submitted application form
  • Online registration is full and final registration
  • Only one application is applicable for each post
  • Don’t wait for the last date 05/03/2015

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