Latest government jobs: Recruitments in Indian Army, railways and other departments

Latest government jobs: Recruitments in Indian Army, railways and other departments

Candidates looking for the government jobs in court, banks, Indian Army, railways, can check the latest jobs here. Interested candidates can check the eligibility and can apply on the respective websites of the department.

SSB Constable (Apply before August 27)

Total 1,522 constable posts are vacant in various departments and recruitment drive has started. One can apply here before August 27.

Indian Army Recruitment (Apply before September 29)

The government has started recruitments for the positions of Soldier D Pharma & Soldier Nursing Assistant and Nursing Assistant Veterinary. Those who have passed Class 12 can apply. Last date to apply is before September 29.

CISF Constable and Tradesman Recruitment Exam

The written examination for CISF Constable and Tradesman is slated to be held on September 6 2020. Notice for the same has been uploaded on the official website of CISF.

National Housing Bank Specialist Officer (Apply before August 28)

The online drive for the recruitment of NHB Specialist Officers has started. One can apply before August 28.

Recruitment in South East Railway (Apply before August 20)

Those who are looking for a job in Railways, South East Railway is looking to fill 432 posts with for the post of Apprentice. One can apply before August 20, 2020.

Supreme Court Building Supervisor Recruitment (Apply before August 29)

The position as a building supervisor of the Supreme Court is vacant and interested candidates should apply before August 29.

Cabinet Secretariat Recruitment (Apply before August 31)

The Indian government has asked applications from eligible candidates for the recruitment of Field Assistant. Only 12 posts are reserved. Candidates who hail from North-Eastern states can apply before August 31.

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