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Ordnance Clothing Factory Jobs for Opening For Group C in Dehra Dun

Ordnance Clothing Factory
Job Description
Post Name : Group C
No Of Vacancy : 14 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs.5200 20200/-
Grade Pay : Rs.1800/-
Details Of Vacancies :
Optical Worker : 01 Post
Turner : 01 Post
Miller : 01 Post
Fitter (Instrument) : 01 Post
Fitter (General) : 01 Post
Machinist : 01 Post
Electroplater : 01 Post
Painter : 01 Post
Carpenter : 01 Post
Electrician : 01 Post
Examiner (Engg.) : 01 Post
Examiner{Optical ) : 01 Post
Grinder : 01 Post
Millwright : 01 Post
Educational Qualification : Matriculation+NTC (National Trade Certificate)/NAC (Certificate) issued by NCVTin relevant trade.
Nationality : Indian
Age Limit : 18 to 32 Year
How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with self attested copies of ge and educationai qualification, mark sheets, caste certificate (wherever applicable), certificate send to The General Manager, Ordnance Factory Dehradun-248008,Uttarakhand, on or before 21 Days From Date Of Publication.
Candidate Profile
Matriculation+NTC (National Trade Certificate)/NAC (Certificate) issued by NCVTin relevant trade.
Looking for 10th , 12th graduates profile.
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About Ordnance clothing factory
The history and development of Indian Ordnance Factories is directly linked with the British reign in India. East India company of England for their economic interest in India and to increase their political hold considered military hardware as vital element. During 1775 British authorities accepted the establishment of Board of Ordnance in Fort William, Kolkata. This marks the official beginning of the Army Ordnance in India.
In 1787 a gun powder factory was established at Ishapore which started production from 1791 ( at which location Rifle Factory was established in 1904). In 1801 a Gun Carriage Agency at Cossipore, Kolkata (presently known as Gun & Shell Factory, Cossipore) was eatablished and production started from 18th March, 1802. This is the first Industrial establishment of Ordnance Factories which has continued its existence till date.

The growth of the Ordnance Factories leading to its present setup has been continuous but in spurts. There were 18 ordnance factories before India became independent in 1947. 21 factories have been established after independence - mostly, in wake of defence preparedness imperatives caused by the three major wars fought by the Indian Armed forces. 40th Factory is under establishment at Nalanda, Bihar.
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Location Dehra Dun
Education 10th , 12th
Experience 0 (yrs)
Industry Government Jobs
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