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BSF Recruitment 2017 for 31 Jr. Engineer and Sub Inspector Posts

Apr 17, 2017 17:00 IST

Ministry of Home Affairs, Directorate General Border Security Force invited applications for the post of Junior Engineer/Sub Inspector (Electrical) and Sub Inspector (Works). The candidates eligible for the post can apply through prescribed format within 30 days (15 May 2017) from the date of Publication of the advertisement.

Notification details:

DAVP 19110/11/1037/1617

Important Dates:

  • Closing Date of Application Forms: within 30 days (15 May 2017) from the date of publication of the advertisement
  • Last Date for Receipt of Applications for far flung areas: within 45 days from the date of publication of the advertisement.

Directorate General BSF Vacancy Details:

Name of the posts:

  • Junior Engineer/Sub Inspector (Electrical): 21 posts
  • Sub Inspector (Works): 10 posts

Educational Qualification:

  • Junior Engineer/Sub Inspector (Electrical): Diploma in Electrical Engineering from an Institute recognised by the Central Government or State Government.
  • Sub Inspector (Works): Diploma in Electrical Engineering from an Institute recognised by the Central Government or State Government.

Application Fee for Jr. Engineer & Sub Inspector post:

  • Unreserved Candidates: Rs.200/-
  • Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, BSF Candidates & Ex-serviceman: Nil

How to Apply

Eligible candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format and send the applications along with other necessary documents to the Directorate General Border Security Force, New Delhi within 30 days from the date of Publication of the advertisement.

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