Rajputana Rifles Regimental Center
Name of The Post:
Applications are invited from the citizen of India for the following posts at the address mentioned against posts. The application of the posts are given below.
Number of the posts:
Cook : 11
Boot Maker : 03
Washer man : 02
Barber : 06
Safaiwala : 02
Cook : Rs.19900/-
Boot Maker : Rs.19900/-
Washer man : Rs.18,000/-
Barber : Rs.18,000/-
Safaiwala : Rs.18,000/-
Cook : Matriculation pass or equivalent from a recognized board.
Boot Maker : Matriculation pass or equivalent from a recognized board.
Washer man : Matriculation pass or equivalent from a recognized board.
Barber : Matriculation pass or equivalent from a recognized board.
Safaiwala: Matriculation pass or equivalent from a recognized board.
About Organization :
The Rajputana Rifles is the oldest rifle regiment and one of the senior-most regiments of the Indian Army. It was originally raised in 1921 as part of the British Indian Army, when six previously existing regiments were amalgamated to form six battalions of the 6th Rajputana Rifles. In 1945 the numeral designation was dropped from the title and in 1947 the regiment was transferred to the newly independent Indian Army. Since independence, the regiment has been involved in a number of conflicts against Pakistan, as well as contributing to the Custodian Force (India) in Korea under the aegis of the United Nations in 1953-54 and to the UN Mission to the Congo in 1962. As a rifle regiment it uses a bugle horn as its insignia, the same as the British Light Division, but unlike its British counterparts, the Rajputana Rifles march at the same march pace used in the Indian Army as a whole. After independence, the Ministry of Defence was created under the charge of a Cabinet Minister and each Service was placed under its own Commander-in-Chief. In 1955, the Commanders-in-Chief were renamed as the Chief of the Army Staff, the Chief of the Naval Staff and the Chief of the Air Staff. In November 1962, the Department of Defence Production was set up to deal with research, development and production of defence equipment. In November, 1965, the Department of Defence Supplies was created for planning and execution of schemes for import substitution of defence requirements. These two Departments were later merged to form the Department of Defence Production and Supplies. In 2004, the name of Department of Defence Production and Supplies was changed to Department of Defence Production. In 1980, the Department of Defence Research and Development was created. In 2004, the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare was created.
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