Civilian Motor DriverNew Delhi

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  • CategoryEngineering
  • Sub CategoryCivil Engineer
  • LocationNew Delhi
  • CompanyDSSC
  • Posted date on our Website12 July 2012
  • Expiration Date12 July 2012

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Educational Qulification:-

(a) 12th Class or equivalent  from a  Recognized Board or  University.
(b) Must possess civilian  driving licence for heavy vehicles.
(c) Two years experience of driving heavy vehicles

Age Limit :- (a) 18 to 27 years for candidates.

About Defence Services Staff College Wellington(DSSC):-

DSSC was established in the year 1905 by the Government of India to train Officers, Constables, Army Students, Navy Students etc.

It is one of the oldest training centre in India, Defence Services Staff College Wellington has huge sports club for Croquet, Golf, Hike, Hunting, Riding, Aqua Para Sailing and Squash.

Contact Details:

Fax;- 0423-2232320.

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