Indian Army Jobs - Indian Army Recruitment 2013 - Indian Army Junior Commissioned Officer

Jr. Commissioned OfficerDate of posting:02 Dec

Eligibility : Diploma

Location : Bangalore

Job Category : Govt Sector, Defence, Others

Last Date : 11 Jan 2014

Job Type : Full Time

Hiring Process : Written-test

Indian Army (Directorate of Advertising & Visual Publicity) - Job Details

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Applications are invited from candidates for recruitment as Junior Commissioned Officer (Catering) in the Army who fulfill the following eligibility criteria.www.freshersworld.com

Post Name 

Qualification 

No.of Post

Junior Commissioned
Officer (Catering)

(i) 10+2 or equivalent from any education board recognized by Council of board of school education in India. Candidates should have working knowledge of either English or Hindi or both.(ii) Diploma/Certificate Course of a duration of one year or more in Coo ker y/Hotel Ma nagemen t a nd Cate rin g Techn olo gy from a recognized University / Food Craft Institute. AICTE recognition is not mandatory.

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Age : 21 to 27 years

Physical Standards : Minimum physical standards will be as applicable to the Soldier (General Duty) category. These vary depending upon the region of the country. The country has been divided into six regions, e.g Western Himalayan Region, Eastern Himalayan Region , Western Plains Region , Eastern Plains Region, Central Region and Sou thern Region Southern Region. The details can be obtained from the nearest HQ Recruiting Zone / Army Recruiting Office/IRO.

Selection Procedure:  Written Examination

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Company Profile

The Directorate of Advertising & Visual Publicity (DAVP) is the nodal agency to undertake multi-media advertising and publicity for various Ministries and Departments of Government of India. Some of the Autonomous Bodies also route their advertisements through DAVP. As a service agency, it endeavours to communicate at grass roots level on behalf of various Central Government Ministries.The origin of DAVP can be traced to the times of World War-II. Immediately after the out-break of Second World War, the erstwhile government of India appointed a Chief Press Advisor. Besides other things, advertising was also the responsibility of the Chief Press Advisor. A post of Advertising Consultant was created in June 1941 under the Chief Press Advisor. This is where DAVP has its roots. On March 1, 1942, the Advertising Consultant Office became the Advertising Branch of the Department of Information & Broadcasting. Following the expansion in its scope, functions and activities, this Advertising unit was declared an Attached Office of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting on October 1, 1955. The office also assumed the name of Directorate of Advertising & Visual Publicity(DAVP). DAVP was further declared as Head of a Department on April 4, 1959. By virtue of this declaration, financial and administrative powers were delegated to DAVP.

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