Assam Rifles Recruitment 2019: Sports quota posts announced at assamrifles.gov.in, registration begins Feb 16
Assam Rifles Recruitment 2019: As per the recruitment notification, the online application process for this recruitment drive is scheduled to begin on 16th February 2019 onwards on the official website of Assam Rifles – assamrifles.gov.in.
116 Rifleman and Riflewoman General Duty Posts against Meritorious Sportsperson Recruitment Scheme.
Online application submission begins – 16th February 2019
Online application submission ends – 17th March 2019
Eligibility Criteria, Age-Limit, Educational Qualification, Pay Scale:
The Assam Rifles will release a detailed Information Bulletin for this recruitment comprising all details pertaining to eligibility criteria, age-limit, educational qualification, pay scale, physical standards, etc on the opening day of the application process i.e. 16th February 2019. Interested candidates can download the same from the official website or procure the employment news dated 16th February 2019 to know the details.
The candidates will be required to undergo Physical Standard Test (PST), Field Trials in respective sports and a Medical Examination as part of the selection process.
How to apply for Assam Rifles Rifleman/ Riflewoman Recruitment 2019?
Log on to the official website of Assam Rifles www.assamrifles.gov.in on or after the 16th of February 2019. Download the detailed advertisement to ascertain your eligibility before applying. Fill the application form, pay the application fee either online or through e-challan payable at SBI counters.
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