DRDO announces 38 vacancies for 10th pass candidates; details here

DRDO Recruitment 2021: Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) has released a job notification for the engagement of 38 candidates. Candidates who are interested in joining the research sector of DRDO, can apply for the job through https://rac.gov.in/.

The Center for Fire Explosive, Environment Safety (CFEES), an Indian defence laboratory under the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) at Timarpur, Delhi, has invited applications from eligible and interested candidates for ITI Apprenticeship. The candidates who are interested and eligible are advised to visit the official website of CFEES to apply for the vacancy.

Vacancy details

As per the notification, there are a total of 38 vacancies out of which three vacancies are for the post of Machine Motor Vehicle (MMV), 4 vacancies are for the post of Draughtsman (Civil), five vaccines in Electronic Machine, six vacancies in Instrument Machine Mechatronic, six vacancies in Labotary Assistant (Chemical Plant) and 14 vacancies of Computer Operating and Programming Assistant.

Starting date of online application: August 9

Last date to apply online: August 29.

Age Limit: Candidates applying for the job should be 18 years and the maximum age for the unreserved candidates is 27 years, for OBC is 30 years for SC/ST is 32 years and for PED is 37 years.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates applying for DRDO job should have passed out from ITI duly recognised by NCVT as per the Gazette notification of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, with a minimum 2-year duration except for COPA. However, for all the posts, the candidate must have passed Class 10 examination with Science and Mathematics or its equivalent from a recognised institution.

Monthly stipend

Selected candidates will get a monthly stipend of Rs 7,700 for COPA and for the other trades Rs 8,050 per month.

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