Odisha SSC recruitment 2014-15: Odisha Staff Selection Commission (OSSC) has issued the recruitment notification for the recruitment of 122 vacancies posts for traffic constable in OMVD under Commerce & Transport Department. In order to fill up all these vacancies with appropriate candidates Odisha SSC has issued the recruitment notification and inviting applications from all interested and eligible candidates, so aspirants those who are eligible to apply for these vacancies can submit their applications on or before the last date of 15th January 2015 where the application forms are available on the official website of Odisha Staff Selection Commission (OSSC) at www.odishssc.in and candidates can submit their application in a prescribed format through online from 15th December 2014 to 15th January 2015 and for details like age limit, educational qualification, selection and application process, candidates may refer the below notification.
Odisha SSC recruitment 2014-15 Details:
Total number of vacancies-122 posts
Name of the post: Traffic Constable
Job location: anywhere in the state of Odisha
Age limit: Candidates those who are applying for the above mentioned posts age should be between 21 years to 30 years and age relaxation will be applicable as per the government rules.
Educational qualification: Candidates should have passed in +2 or its equivalent and candidates should have the knowledge to read/write /speak Odia language.
Selection process: Candidates will be selected based on their performance in the written examination and depends on the job assessment.
Application fee: all general candidates have to pay Rs 100/-
And all SC/ ST category candidates are exempted from the payment of application fee.
How to apply: all interested and eligible candidates can submit the application form through online; however candidates should submit the applications forms on or before the last dates.
Important dates to remember:
Starting date for the online registration-15th December 2014
Closing date for the online regsteration-15th January 2015