The Government of Jharkhand, the Punjab Regimental Centre has issued a notification for the recruitment of 8 Bootmaker, Cook, Barber and Washer man Posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Bootmaker, Cook, Barber and Washer man posting, are eligible to apply for Punjab Regimental Centre Bootmaker, Cook, Barber and Washer man Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Punjab Regimental Centre recruitment 2017 must have completed in 10th Class (Matric) or equivalent qualification from recognized Board/ University Punjab Regimental Centre recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: Punjab Regimental Centre
Total no of vacancies: 8 posts
Official Website: www.indianarmy.nic.in
Name of the Post (Designation): Bootmaker, Cook, Barber and Washer man
Educational Qualification: 10th Class (Matric) or equivalent qualification from recognized Board/ University.
Pay Scale: 15,000/- P.M.
Bootmaker: 19900/-per month
Cook: 19900/-per month
Barber: 18000/-per month
Washer man: 18000/-per month
Age limit: 18-30yrs
Selection Process: Written Examination.
How to Apply: Eligible candidates apply in the prescribed application format (neatly written / typed). The duly filled applications along with photo-copies of necessary documents addressed to Quartermaster, The Punjab Regimental Centre, Ramgarh Cantt (Jharkhand) PIN -829130 on or before 30/03/2017.
The last date for receipt of applications: 30th March 2017
Cleans food preparation areas as determined by law and company policy. Prepares foods to the specifications of the client. Prepares food before the arrival of guests. Makes adjustments to food items to accommodate guests with allergies or specific diet concerns.
Provide barbering services, such as cutting, trimming, shampooing, and styling hair, trimming beards, or giving shaves
The Punjab Regiment of India was formed from the 2nd Punjab Regiment of the British Indian Army in 1947. It is one of the oldest regiments still in service in the Indian Army and has taken part in various battles and wars winning numerous honors for the same. It is one of the most acclaimed regiments of the Indian Army. Prior to independence and partition there were a number of "Punjab regiments" in the British India. These were amalgamated to form six regiments: the 1st Punjab Regiment, the 2nd Punjab Regiment, the 8th Punjab Regiment, the 14th Punjab Regiment, the 15th Punjab Regiment and the 16th Punjab Regiment. At the onset of independence in 1947, the 1st, 8th, 14th, 15th and 16th Punjab Regiment went over to the newly raised Pakistan army, while the 2nd Punjab Regiment was retained in the Indian Army. Troops were transferred between regiments based on whether the soldiers would be a part of Pakistan or India.