Two signals training centers in Goa, under the Ministry of Defense, have called for applications for several positions, including that of civilian technical instructor and stenographer. In total, 46 positions are to be filled within a month in the training centers. This includes the positions of civilian instructor and stenographer, with the exception of lower division clerk, grade II draftsman, civilian engine driver, chowkidar and messenger.
The recruitment campaign announcement was posted two months ago, July 3-9. Candidates interested in government jobs can apply for up to three weeks (21 days) from the posting of the job posting.
The application for this must be done offline. The application form can be downloaded from the Indian Army website https://www.indianarmy.nic.in/.
Details of the vacant position
Civil Technical Instructor – Two positions
Grade-II Stenographer – One post
Lower division clerk – 17 positions
Grade III Draftsman Positions – One position
Civilian engine driver – 12 positions
MTS Chowkidar – One post
MTS Messenger – 7 messages
Civilian technical instructor – Rs 29,200 – 92,300
Grade-II Stenographer – Rs 25,500 – 81,100
Clerk of the lower division – Rs 19,900 – 63,200
Draftsman Grade III – Rs 19,900 – 63,200
Civilian Engine Driver – Rs. 19,900 – 63,200
MTS Chowkidar – Rs 18,000 to 56,900
MTS Messenger – Rs 18,000 to 56,900
Civilian Technical Instructor – B.Sc in Physics and Mathematics. Teaching experience is required.
Grade-I Stenographer – Class 12 pass. Proficiency in transcription at a rate of 80 wpm.
Lower Division Clerk – Class 12 pass from a recognized board with 35 wpm in English and 30 wpm in Hindi.
Draftsman Grade III – 10th with diploma in drawing. Also, there should be some experience in drawing maps and charts.
Civilian Vehicle Driver – Must have passed Class 10 with two years of experience driving a heavy civilian vehicle.
MTS Chowkidar – Class 10 with one year of experience.
MTS Messenger – 10th pass with one year of experience
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