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Ofb.gov.in - Apply Online for 1578 Chargeman Jobs in Indian Ordnance Factories

Indian Ordnance Factories - Employment Newswww.ofb.gov.in - Indian Ordnance Factories (IOF) recently released employment notification inviting online applications for filling up 1578 Chargeman vacancies in Non-Gazetted Group-B cadre. The last date to apply online through www.ofb.gov.in is 21st September, 2013Some more details of this recruitment are given below.

Ordnance Factories Board Recruitment 2013


Total Posts          : 1578
Age Limit            :  27 years
Pay Scale: Rs.9300 to 34800 with Grade Pay Rs.4200

Break up of vacancies

Technical
Mechanical: 876 (UR-487, OBC-188, SC-129, ST-72)
Electrical: 133 (UR-86, OBC-28, SC-15, ST-4)
Civil: 39 (UR-30, OBC-7, SC-2)
Auto Mobile: 3 (UR-1, OBC-2)
Electronics: 20 (UR-13, OBC-4, SC-2, ST-1)
Educational qualifications for the above jobs: Diploma in the respective discipline

Information Technology: 23 (UR-13, OBC-6, SC-4)
Educational Qualifications: DOEACC “A” level course or equivalent

Chemical: 296 (UR-156, OBC-87, SC-41, ST-12)
Metallurgy: 46 (UR-32, OBC-8, SC-4, ST-2)
Clothing Technology: 32 (UR-18, OBC-6, SC-7, ST-1)
Leather Technology: 4 (UR-2, OBC-1, SC-1)
Educational Qualifications for the above jobs: Diploma in the respective discipline or B.Sc. Chemistry

Non-Technical
Stores: 47 (UR-35, OBC-6, SC-4, ST-2)
Other than Stores: 59 (UR-33, OBC-15, SC-6, ST-5)
Educational Qualifications: Graduation

Application Process: interested candidates found themselves suitable for the above jobs shall apply online through www.ofb.gov.in 21st September, 2013. After applying online the hard copy generated by computer should be sent to the address given in the Link site.

Selection Process: only written test

Official website: www.ofb.gov.in 


Indian Arms Factories were setup in 1775 by the British Authorities with the name of Board of Ordnance to secure the interests of East India Company by supplying arms to Military. After independence it came under Indian Government as Ordnance Factories Board. Now Ordnance Factories Board consists of 41 Indian Ordnance Factories with a workforce of 1,50,000. Besides that it has 3 regional marketing centers and 9 training institutions. The main objective of Indian Ordnance Factories is to produce arms, ammunition and other military equipments to supply military needs. That is why it is also called 4th Arm of Defence.

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