SSB Recruitment 2019 – Job notification for 63 LDCE for SI Posts in SSB, Across India. Applications are invited by SSB – Sashastra Seema Bal on or before 18 May 2019 for 63 vacancies.
Total Vacancies: 63 (50-UR, 09-SC, 04-ST)
|Notification Date||18 Apr 2019|
|Last Date for Submission of Application Form||18 May 2019|
No age limit.
In RRs the post of Sub-Inspector (Ministerial) is a promotional post. Hence, promotee ASI(Min) will be eligible for LDCE irrespective of their educational qualifications.
On the basis of Written Examination.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates may submit his/her application in the prescribed format (attached below) along with necessary documents to his/her respective unit, as per schedule is given below:-
(i) Last date for submission of applications by the eligible candidate to his/her unit will be 18 May 2019.
(ii) After proper scrutiny of applications, the unit concerned will forward the applications of eligible candidates to ARC, FTR HQ SSB, Ranikhet by 28 May 2019.
(iii) After proper scrutiny of applications, ARC, FTR Ranikhet will forward the list of eligible candidates in soft and hard copies to FHQ (Recruitment Branch) by 17 Jun 2019 for allotment of Roll Numbers.
(iv) ARC, FTR HQ Ranikhet will further allocate Roll Numbers and issue admit cards to eligible candidates immediately.
(v) Application received after the due date at Unit and ARC, FTR Ranikhet i.e. 18 May 2019 and 28 May 2019 respectively shall not be entertained.
(vi) As regard to personnel posted at FHQ, SSB, New Delhi, Second-InCommand (Estt) will forward the applications of eligible candidates to FTR Hqrs, SSB Ranikhet along with all necessary documents. Willing & eligible personnel posted at FHQ, SSB, New Delhi will submit their applications to Second-InCommand (Estt) through their branch In-Charge(s). The personnel posted in new Bns raised at various locations i.e TCs & A TCs etc will submit their applications through the Units where their service records are being maintained.
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