Ministry of Defence Recruitment 2016 || Last Date : 27-07-2016

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Ministry of Defence Direct Recruitment

No.of Vacancies : 15

Name of Post :  
1. MTS (Peon) - 15 posts

Qualification :All Interested Candidates should have completed 10th or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.

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Age Limit  : Candidates Applicant age should be between 18 to 25 Years. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules. 

Pay Scale : INR Rs. 5200 - 20200/- With 1800/- Grade Pay.
Selection Procedure : Written Test

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How to Apply : All Eligible job seekers Can Download application Form through official website . After Filling The application form, candidate must send hard copy of application along with relevant testimonials (Mentioned In Detailed Advertisement) to the following Address before or on 27-07-2016.

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Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Receiving of Application Form Is: 27-07-2016 .

You may get other details about Ministry of Defence Direct Recruitment 2016 through this Official Notification.Interested aspirants can stay connected with web portal to achieve latest updates for Ministry of Defence.

About The Ministry of Defence :
The Ministry of Defence (Hindi: रक्षा मंत्रालय, Raksha Mantralay) (abbreviated as MoD) is charged with co-ordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the government relating directly to national security and the Indian armed forces and has the largest budget of the federal departments of India. The President of India is the Supreme Commander 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 Armed Forces (including Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy) and Indian Coast Guard under the Defence Ministry are primarily responsible for ensuring the territorial integrity of the nation.

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 of 1833 the Secretariat of the Government of the East India Company was re-organised into four Departments, each headed by a Secretary to the Government. The Armies in the Presidencies of Bengal, Bombay & 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 re-designated 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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