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DSSSB Announces 15000 Posts for Recruitment: Apply Now!

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The Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) announced a notification for the recruitment of candidates seeking government jobs in Delhi.

The notification said that the recruitment process will be on for 15000 vacancies in various departments of the Government of NCT of Delhi and its various autonomous bodies.

DSSSB Announces 15000 Posts for Recruitment

Important Dates for DSSSB Recruitment

The registration for the same which will happen online, will start on August 25, 2017. The last date for the submission of online application is September 15, 2017. The candidates who are qualified to apply for the position must apply on the official website.

The notification also said, "Applications received through any other mode would not be accepted and summarily rejected."

Vacancies and Qualification for DSSSB Recruitment

The candidates who have a diploma in any discipline are qualified to apply for the junior engineer post. The male candidates who have 10+2 degree or its equivalent from a recognized institution can apply for Patwari post.

Candidates who have a 10+2 and CTET qualification, and have taken up a two year's diploma programe in special education, which is recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India in any category of disability are eligible to apply for the special educator posts. There are 1540 vacancies in this position.

Candidates can also apply for the 4366 Primary teacher posts, if they a qualification in CTET. These posts are available under Municipal; Corporation of Delhi. There are other eligibility criteria, which the candidates will have to check in detail from the notification.

9000 vacancies are available in the Directorate of Education. The vacancies are open for the positions of Assistant teacher, Physical Education Teacher, drawing Teacher, PGT, TGT, Domestic Science Teacher, Educational and Vocational Guidance Counsellor and Music Teacher.

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