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Fire Engine Drivers/ Station Officer / Fire Fitter/ Fireman – last date 12 Oct 2017

Indian Army – Job Details

Date of posting:
15 Sep 17
Recruitment Of Civilians at ASC Units Under
Jurisdiction Eastern Command (ST)

Applications are invited from eligible candidates of Indian Nationality for the Group ‘C’ post of Fire Engine Drivers,
Station Officer (Erstwhile Fire Supervisor),Fire Fitter, Fireman, Tradesman Mate (Erstwhile Mazdoor Trade),Chowkidar,
Tin Smith, Cook, Painter, Carpenter, Barber, Equipment Repairer and Washerman

Fire Engine Driver /01-SC, 2-UR

Essential
(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.
(ii) Must have atleast three years
experience of driving heavy vehicles
and be in possession of valid driving
licence.
(iii) Must be physically fit and capable
of performing strenuous duties and
must have passed the physical fitness
test as under :-
(aa) Height without shoes : 165cms;
provided that a concession of
2.5 cms in height shall be allowed
for members of the Scheduled
Tribes.
(ab) Chest (un-expanded) : 81.5 cms
(ac) Chest (on-expanded) : 85 cms
(ad) Weight : 50 kgs (minimum)
(ae) Endurance Test
(aaa) Carrying a man (fireman
lift of 65.5 kgs to a distance of
183 metres within 96 seconds)
(aab) Clearing 2.7 metres wide
ditch landing on both feet (long
jumps)
(aac) Climbing 3 metres
vertical rope using hands and
feet.

Desirable
(i) Should be familiar with maintenance
and operation of various types of fire
appliance.
(ii) Experience of having worked in a
regular civil or Defence Fire Brigade as
Fireman Grade I or Senior Fireman.
(iii) Should have passed the general Fire
Fighting Course from Defence Institute
of Fire Research, Ministry of Defence,
New Delhi or the Sub- Officers Course
from National Fire Service College,
Nagpur or any other similar recognized
course.

Pay Scale: Rs.21700

Station Officer (Erstwhile
Fire Supervisor Trade)
/1 UR

Essential
:(i) 12th standard pass from a
recognised Board.
(ii) Senior Fire Supervisor Course from
Defence Institute of Fire Research
Ministry of Defence, New Delhi or the
Sub Officers Course from National Fire
Service College, Nagpur or any other
similar recognized course.
(iii) Must be conversant with the use
and maintenance of all types of
extinguishers hose fittings and fire
appliances and equipments like fire
engines, trailer fire pumps, foam
branches, etc.
(iv) Must have served in a recognized
civil or Defence Fire Brigades in a
supervisory capacity for a minimum
period of three years.
Desirable
(i) Station Officers course from
National Fire Service College, Nagpur.
(ii) Experience of instructional duties in
a Fire Service Organisation.

Pay Scale: Rs.Rs 29,200

Fire Fitter /1 UR

Essential
:10th Standard pass or equivalent from a
recognised Board.

Pay Scale : Rs.19900

Fireman /13 Posts (08-UR,03-ST, 02-OB),10* Posts (UR-06,SC- 01,ST- 02,OBC- 01)

Essential
(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board).
(ii) Must be conversant with the use
and maintenance of all types of
extinguishers, hose fitting and fire
appliances and equipments fire
engines, trailer, pumps, foam branches.
(iii) Must be familiar with the use and
maintenance first-aid fire fighting
appliances and Trailer Fire Pump.
(iv) Must know elementary principles of
Fire Fighting methods employed in
fighting different types of fire.
(v) Must be conversant with foot and
appliance Fire Service Drills and be
able to perform the task allotted to the
members of fire crew.
(vi) Must have served in a recognised
Civil or Defence Fire Brigades as
Fireman Grade II for a minimum period
of three years.
(vii) Must be physically fit and capable
of performing strenuous duties and
must have passed the physical fitness
test as under:- (aa) Height without shoes :
165 cms; provided that a
concession of 2.5 cms in height
shall be allowed for members of
the Scheduled Tribes.
(ab) Chest (un-expanded) :
81.5 cms
(ac) Chest (on-expanded) :
85 cms
(ad) Weight : 50 kgs (minimum)
(ae) Endurance Test
(aaa) Carrying a man
(fireman lift of 65.5 kgs to a
distance of 183 metres
within 96 seconds)
(aab) Clearing 2.7 metres
wide ditch landing on both
feet (long jumps).
(aac) Climbing 3 metres
vertical rope using hands
and feet.

Pay Scale : Rs.19900

Tradesman Mate (Erstwhile
Mazdoor/ Labourer)
/49 Posts(UR-18,SC-03,ST- 09,OBC- 19),(UR-03,ST-04)

10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.

Pay Scale : Rs.18000 

Chowkidar /3 Posts(UR-1,ST-1,OBC-1)

Essential
:10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.
Desirable
Conversant with the duties of the
trade with one year experience in
the trade.

Pay Scale: Rs 18,000

Tin Smith /3 UR

Essential
:(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.
(ii) Should be proficient in trade.

Pay Scale: Rs 18,000

Cook/3 Posts(UR-1,ST-1,OBC-1)

Essential
:(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board).
(ii) Must have knowledge of Indian
Cooking and proficiency in trade.

Pay Scale: Rs.19,900

Painter /2 UR

Essential
:(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.
(ii) Should have the knowledge of
painting.

Pay Scale: Rs.19,900

Carpenter /2 UR,1 UR

Essential
:(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.
(ii) Should have the knowledge of
carpentry.

Pay Scale: Rs.19,900

Barber/2 UR

Essential
:10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board with
proficiency in Barber’s trade job.
Desirable
One year experience in the trade.

Pay Scale: Rs. 18,000

Equipment Repairer /1 UR

Essential
(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.
(ii) Should be able to carry out all
canvas, textile and leather repair
and replacement of equipment.

Pay Scale: Rs 18,000

Washerman /1 UR

Essential
(i) 10th Standard pass or equivalent
from a recognised Board.
(ii) Must be able to the wash military/
Civilian cloths thoroughly well.

Pay Scale: Rs 18,000

Age: 18 to 25 yrs

Hiring Process : Written-test

About Indian Army

The epic history of Indian Army dates
back to more than ten thousand chequered years. The two epics of
‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ constitute the fundamental framework around
which the edifice of Indian Army is built. The massive epic war
‘Mahabharata’, fought at Kurukshetra in north-central India, has left
indelible imprints on the Indian psyche. Fought relentlessly for
eighteen days in quest of peace, the force level described in the Epic
states 18 ‘Akshaunis’, seven with the ‘Pandavas’ and eleven with the
‘Kauravas’, amounting to nearly 400,000 assorted troops fighting on
chariots, horses, elephants and foot soldiers.

Last Date : 12 Oct 2017


 

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