APSSB: Apply Online For 944 Foresters, Head Constables, Constables And Other Posts

Mohammed Tahsin

The Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB), Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, has invited online applications from eligible and interested candidates for filling 994 vacancies to the post of Forester, Head Constable, Fireman, Constable, Forest Guard, Mineral Guard, H/C Driver and Constable Driver through direct recruitment. The online application process towards same starts from January 28, 2020 and closes on February 28, 2020.

CRITERIA DETAILS
Name Of The Posts Foresters, Head Constables, Constables, etc posts
Organisation Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB)
Educational Qualification Class 10/Matriculation or equivalent with English, Mathematics and General Science; Class 12/Intermediate or equivalent with Science
Experience Freshers can apply
Skills Required Physical and Medical Fitness
Job Location Arunachal Pradesh
Salary Scale In the range of Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 81,100 per month as per the designation
Industry State Service
Application Start Date January 28, 2020
Application End Date February 28, 2020

Age Criteria And Fees

Candidates interested in applying for various posts through APSSB must fall in the age group between 17 to 28 years of age as on January 1, 2020 with relaxation in the upper age limit to reserved categories as per the Arunachal Govt. and APSSB guidelines.

Candidates must pay a specified amount of Rs. 150 (Gen/UR) and Rs. 100 (APST candidates) respectively as application processing fee either through online (net-banking/credit/debit etc. payment gateways) mode only.

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Vacancy Details

Post Name No. Of Vacancies
Forester 159
Head Constable 260
Fireman 21
Constable 426
Forest Guard 10
Mineral Guard 05
H/C Driver 40
Constable Driver 23
Total 944

Educational Criteria And Eligibility

Desirous candidates applying for various posts through APSSB must have passed Punjabi in Class 10/Matriculation or equivalent with English, Mathematics and General Science; Class 12/Intermediate or equivalent with Science from a recognised Borad/University/Institution with desirable skills in the concerned area/field as specified in the advertisement.

Selection And Pay Scale

The selection of candidates for various posts through APSSB will be done through PST, PET, Trade Test and Written Test.

Candidates selected for various posts through APSSB will be paid emolument in the range of Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 81,100 per month as per the designation.

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How To Apply

Candidates applying for various posts through APSSB must reigster online on the official APSSB website at https://online.apssb.in/ from January 28, 2020 onwards, and submit their applications on or before February 28, 2020.

Read the detailed notification about APSSB recruitment for Foresters, Head Constables, Constables, etc. posts here https://www.apssb.in/login/pdf_documents/121564438police%20advt.pdf

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