Himachal Pradesh Forest Department Recruitment / Recruitment 2019

Himachal Pradesh Forest Department Jobs / Recruitment 2015-application for 220 Forest Guard posts :Himachal Pradesh Forest Department has advertised a notice of recruitment and applications of eligible candidates invited for filling up the 220 jobs from Forest Guard posts on contract basis in various circles. Applications can be applied in a prescribed format on or before 07-02-2015 and for Tribal/Remote (difficult) areas on or before 22-02-2015. More details regarding these posts if age limit, educational qualification, selection procedure, how to apply, application fee etc for HP Forest Department Recruitment 2015 are listed below:-

Details of the vacancies by HP Forest Department Recruitment 2015:

Total no. of posts: 220 posts

Name of the Post: Forest Guard

Name of the circle:
1. Chamba: 22 posts
2. Dharamsala: 25 posts
3. Bilaspur: 06 posts
4. Rampur: 09 posts
5. Hamirpur: 18 posts
6. Kullu: 22 posts
7. Mandi: 10 posts
8. nahan: 35 posts
9. Shimla: 38 posts
10. WL (S) Shimla: 15 posts
11. WL (N) Dharamsala: 10 posts
12. GHNP: 10 posts

Educational qualification:
Applicants who are willing to apply for these posts should have passed 10 + 2/equivalent recognized school education Board/University.

Age Limit:
Applicants should be those who are applying for these posts their age between 18 years to 30 years as on 01-01-2015. Upper age limit relaxation will be given according to the Govt rules.

Selection procedure:
Selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of physical efficiency test, personality Test and written test.

Important dates:
Last date of application: 07-02-2015
Last date of application for Tribal/Remote (difficult) areas: 22-02-2015

How to apply:
All eligible and interested candidates that all qualifications are meeting can send their completed application in prescribed format in a plain paper to related circle on or before 07-02-2015 send for Tribal/Remote (difficult) areas on or before 22-02-2015.

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