Brigade of the Guards Regimental Center Recruitment For Cook and Other Posts–08| Last Date:07-08-2021

Organization Name:

Brigade of the Guards Regimental Center

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Not mentioned

Name of The Post:

Cook

Washer Man

Safaiwala

Job Description:

Applications are invited for posts of Gp ‘C’ Category

Number of the posts:

Cook : 04

Washer Man : 01

Safaiwala : 03

Pay Scale:

Cook : Rs.19000-63200/-

Washer Man : Rs.18000-56900/-

Safaiwala : Rs.18000-56900/-

Age Limit:

Cook : 18-25 years

Washer Man :18-25 years

Safaiwala : 45 years

Education/Qualification:

Cook : Matriculation or equivalent. must have knowledge of Indian Cooking and proficiency as per Trade.

Washer Man : Matriculation or equivalent.

Safaiwala : Matriculation or equivalent.

Apply Mode:

Online

Job Location:

Maharashtra

About Organization :

The Brigade of the Guards Regimental Centre started off as a Training Company raised at the Rajputana Rifles Training Centre at Delhi Cantonment on 06 Jun 1950, later upgraded to the Guards Training Wing at the same location. As further expansion was on the cards, the need for a separate Regimental Centre was soon felt. The Centre became operative at Kota, Rajasthan on 11 Jun 1956, where it remained till 1976 when, as per the new policy of re-locating Regimental Centers to the hinterland, it moved to Kamptee (near Nagpur) in Maharashtra in October 1976. GUARDS REGIMENTAL CENTRE :  The origin of the Guards Regimental Centre dates back to 06 Jun 1950, with the formation of a Guards Training Company at the Rajputana Rifles Training Centre at Delhi cantonment. With the conversion of 1,2,3 and 4 GUARDS by Aug 1952, the demand for trained soldiers increased. On 01 Dec 1954, the Training Company was re-designated as The Guards Training Wing. As further expansion was on the cards, the need for a separate Regimental Centre was soon felt. The Centre became operative at Kota, Rajasthan on 11 Jun 1956, where it remained till 1976. A training wing of the Parachute Regiment was formed at Kota under the Brigade of The Guards Training Centre. The Para wing left Kota to join its own training centre at Agra on 25 Sep 1963. As per the new policy of re-locating Regimental Centres further away from the international border to the hinterland, The Guards Regimental Centre moved to Kamptee (near Nagpur) in Maharashtra in October 1976. The Guards Regimental Centre has over the years trained personnel of The Parachute Regiment, The Corps of Military Police and Army Postal Service prior to adequate training facilities being made available in their respective training centres.

Important Dates:

25-07-2021

Last Date:

07-08-2021

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