The Government of Himachal Pradesh, the Himachal Pradesh Prisons and Correctional Services has issued a notification for the recruitment of 39 Male Warders posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Male Warders posting, are eligible to apply for Himachal Pradesh Prisons and Correctional Services Male Warders posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Himachal Pradesh Prisons and Correctional Services recruitment 2017 must have completed in 10+2 Recognized University Himachal Pradesh Prisons and Correctional Services recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: Himachal Pradesh Prisons and Correctional Services
Total no of vacancies: 39 posts
Official Website: www.admis.hp.nic.in
Location: Himachal Pradesh
Name of the Post (Designation): Male Warders
Educational Qualification: 10+2 Completed.
Pay Scale: 5910-20200 + 1900 Grade Pay per month.
Application Fee: 150/- only in respect of candidates from General Category and ? 40/- only in respect of candidates belonging SC, ST, OBC and IRDP category Candidates; The fee in the form of Bank draft to be drawn in favour of HP Prisons Recruitment Board Shimla-171009.
Selection Process: Test / Interview
Age limit: 18-25yrs
How to Apply: The applications in the prescribed format will be submitted by the candidates on or before 15/04/2017 upto 5:00 PM to the office of the Superintendent of Police (Prisons), H.P., the Chairman of the Recruitment Board, Office of the Director General of Prisons & Correctional Services Himachal Pradesh, Directorate of Prisons & Correctional Services HP, Block No. 31, C1D Building, SDA Complex, Kasumpti Shimla-171009. The last date for receipt of applications for the candidates residing in Bharmour and Panei Sub Division of Chamba District, Dodra Kwar Sub Division of Shimla District, Kinnaur Districts of Himachal Pradesh is 30/04/2017.
The last date for receipt of applications: 15th April 2017
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