Last Date: 20 Oct,2019
Ministry of Defence
13 positions of Sub Divisional Officer (in Defence Estates Southern Command) will be filled in Ministry of Defence (Ministry of Defence).Application should be sent in the prescribed application format along with enclosures in support of Caste, educational qualification, experience etc so as to reach the given address by 20-10-2019 .
Name of the post – Sub Divisional Officer
No of post – 13
Pay Scale – Level-4 of Pay Matrix as per 7th CPC
Matriculation or Equivalent with Diploma/Certificate in Surveying/Draftsman ship(Civil)
General Information:sarkari naukri
- Applications in prescribed format (as below) are invited from eligible candidates for appointment to the post of Sub Divisional Officer Grade-II in offices of Defence Estates Department, Govt. of India, Ministry of Defence.
- Regarding age relaxation for various categories, the latest DOPT rules shall be applicable.
- The post carries All India Service Liability (AISL). Thus, the candidates selected for appointment are liable to serve anywhere in INDIA.
- Eligible candidates working in Central/State Government, etc must submit their applications through proper channel and have to produce “No Objection Certificate” on demand.
- The application should be filled in prescribed proforma given below and sent by “Ordinary Post” in an envelope as “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF SUB DIVISIONAL OFFICER, GRADE-II and should be addressed to the “Principal Director, Defence Estates, Southern Command, Near ECHS Polyclinic, Kondhwa Road, Pune (Maharashtra)-411040”. Candidates should send the application form along with admit card duly filled (Sl. No. 1, 2, 3 & 4 of admit card only )affixing recent photographs duly self attested.
- Written and Skill test shall be held at three locations Pune Cantonment/Delhi Cantonment and Barrackpore Cantonment. The candidate should choose any one of the above examination centres and it should be clearly mentioned in his/her application form.
- The candidates belonging to Economically Weaker Section (EWS) have to submit Income and Assets Certificate issued by Competent Authority as per Government rule. (DoPT letter No. 36039/1/2019-Estt(Res) dated 31st January, 2019.
- Copy of Ex-servicemen Identity Card (ii) Copy of Discharge Certificate from Service and (iii) copy of Pension PPO.
- Candidates belonging to the OBC and Non Creamy Layer category should submit certificate issued by the Competent Authority which should be valid for current year.
- Eligible candidates will have to appear for written/skill test for which date, time and venue shall be intimated to each candidate separately. No TA/DA shall be paid for appearing in the above exams. The candidates should bring their admit cards along with them for appearing in the written test.
- No interview shall be conducted.
- The Department reserves the rights of cancelling the candidature of any candidate found indulging in any malpractice i.e. hiding any material information or misrepresentation of facts. All such candidates shall be liable to be debarred from the present recruitment as well as future recruitment conducted by the Defence Estates Department and criminal proceeding may also be initiated against them.
- Being successful in test merely, does not entitle a candidate for appointment until the Government, after completion of such investigation, as it may consider necessary, has satisfied itself that the candidate is suitable in all respects for appointment.
- Decision of Appointing Authority would be final with regard to all matters connected
with the appointment.
- Two self addressed envelopes of size 10 cm x 22cm affixed with Rs. 10/- postal stamp each are required to be attached along with the application.
- Two passport size photographs duly self attested (one is to be affixed on application
form and other to be enclosed with the application) are required.
- Department shall not be responsible for any postal delay/loss.
- Photocopy of self attested documents relating to Date of Birth, Educational Qualification, Category Certificate (if applicable) and Disability Certificate (if applicable) specifying percentage of disability should be attached.
- Incomplete applications without relevant documents, signatures and applications received after due date shall be summarily rejected.
- Government strives to a work force which reflects gender balance and women candidates are encouraged to apply.
- Last date for receipt of the application form is 20-10-2019 upto 17:00 Hrs. For candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Jammu & Kashmir, Lahaul & Spiti, Districts and Pangi, (SubDivision of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh), Andaman Nicobar and Lakshadweep islands last date to submit the application form is 05-11-2019 (17:00 Hrs).
- A reserve panel of four (04) candidates will be drawn against each category and the said panel will be valid as per instant Govt. instructions in this regard. It is specified that being on, such panel does not bestow any right for appointment.
- Fee payable Rs.100/- ( Rupees One Hundred Only) through Demand Draft in favour of ‘ PRINCIPAL DIRECTORATE DEFENCE ESTATES SOUTHERN COMMAN
- Women candidate and candidates belonging to Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe, ExServicemen & Economically Weaker Sections eligible for reservation are exempted from payment of fee.
- Applications received without the prescribed fee shall not be considered and summarily rejected. No representation against such rejection will be entertained. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances nor will it be adjusted against any other examination or selection.
- The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is charged with coordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the government relating directly to national security and the Indian armed forces. The Ministry has the largest budget among the federal departments of India and currently maintains fourth in military expenditure,among countries of the world.
- The President of India is the ceremonial commander-in-chief of the armed forces of the country. The Ministry of Defence provides policy framework and resources to the armed forces to discharge their responsibility in the context of the defence of the country. The Indian Armed Forces (including Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy) and Indian Coast Guard under the Ministry of Defences are primarily responsible for ensuring the territorial integrity of the nation.
- At present, the undergoing new creation of National Defence University, for training of military officials and concerned civilian officials, will be administered and overseen by Ministry of Defence. The ministry organises and runs Republic Day celebrations and parade every year in January, hosting a chief guest.
- A military department was created by the supreme government of the British East India Company at Kolkata in the year 1776.Its main function was to co-ordinate and record orders, relating to the army, issued by various departments of the government of the East India Company. The Military Department initially functioned as a branch of the Public Department and maintained a list of army personnel.
- With the Charter Act 1833 the Secretariat of the Government of the East India Company was reorganised into four departments, each headed by a secretary to the Government.The armies in the presidencies of Bengal, Bombay and Madras functioned as the respective presidency armies until April 1895, when the presidency armies were unified into a single Indian Army. For administrative convenience, it was divided into four commands: Punjab (including the North West Frontier), Bengal (including Burma), Madras and Bombay (including Sind, Quetta and Aden).
- The supreme authority over the Indian Army was vested in the Governor General-in-Council, subject to the control of the Crown, which was exercised by the Secretary of State for India. Two members in the Council were responsible for military affairs. One was the Military Member, who supervised all administrative and financial matters. The other was the commander-in-chief who was responsible for all operational matters. The Military Department was abolished in March 1906 and was replaced by two separate departments; the Army Department and the Military Supply Department. In April 1909 the Military Supply Department was abolished and its functions were taken over by the Army Department. The Army Department was redesignated as the Defence Department in January 1938. The Department of Defence became the Ministry of Defence under a cabinet minister in August 1947.
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