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17 July 2017

FCI Recruitment 2017 – Apply Online For 408 Watchman Posts

FCI Recruitment 2017 – Apply Online For 408 Watchman Posts

Post Name : Watchmen
Number of Posts: 281
Post and Vacancies Details:
1. Watchmen – 281
Essential Qualification Required:
Job applicants, who are applying for above said posts must have completed 8th from a recognized Board / University / Institute.
Application Fee:
Examination Fee for Candidates belonging to the General/ OBC category : Rs. 300/-.
Application Fee is exempted for PH/ST/SC/Ex-S Candidates.
Age Limitations:
The age of Appliers should be between 18 to 25 Years As on 01-07-2017.
Relaxation in age will be decided as per norms & orders issued by government.

Salary Details:
Selected Candidates will receive salary of Rs. 8100 – 18,070/- and other benefits as per FCI Policies Circulars.

Selection Procedure : 
The selection of contestants who are participating under FCI Recruitment 2017 shall be through the Written Exam, Physical Endurance Test.

How to Apply:
Interested job fighters who fulfill the all term and conditions of eligibility may apply by submitting online application form through the official website on or before 7th August 2017
Significant Date to Keep in Mind:
Opening Date of Online Submission of Application Form Is : 07-07-2017.
Last Date For Applying Online Is : 07-08-2017.

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