Ordnance Factory Board 3880 Group C Recruitment 2017, www.ofb.gov.in

Ordnance Factory Board 3880 Group C Recruitment 2017, www.ofb.gov.in

Ordnance Factory Board, Indian Ordnance Factories is the oldest and one of the largest industrial setup which functions under the Department of Defence Production of the Ministry of Defence. The ordnance factories form an integrated base for indigenous production of defence hardware and equipment. It is one of the major employment generation section for India.From officer level to worker level job seekers get selected according to their educational qualification as well as on technical education like ITI, Polytechnic etc.

Advertisement No: 10201/11/0209/1718 for Ordnance Factory Board Group C 2017 was published for recruitment for Group C post in various states of India like Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Telangana,  Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal. Candidates from these states can definitely apply and have the opportunity to get a government job in their home state, but the candidates need to go through the entire advertisement to understand the eligibility criteria for a particular post.Indian-Ordnance-Factory-OFRC-Recruitment-2017

Ordnance Factory Board Group C Recruitment 2017

vacancy for each state.

  1. Bihar: 62 Posts:  Ordnance Factory Project Nalanda (OFPN): 62 Posts

B.Chandigarh: 50 Posts: Ordnance Cable Factory Chandigarh (OCFC): 50 Posts

  1. Maharashtra: 976 Posts: Ammunition Factory Khadki (AFK): 311 Posts, High Explosive Factory (HEF): 84 Posts, Ordnance Factory Ambajhari (OFAJ): 219 Posts, Ordnance Factory Bhandara (OFBA): 90 Posts, Ordnance Factory Bhusawal (OFBH): 181 Posts, Ordnance Factory Chandrapur (OFCH): 91 Posts
  2. Madhya Pradesh: 824 Posts:  Gun Carriage Factory, Jabalpur (GCF): 215 Posts, Grey Iron Foundry, Jabalpur (GIF): 176 Posts, Ordnance Factory Itarsi (OFIT): 50 Posts, Ordnance Factory Khamaria, Jabalpur (OFK): 129 Posts, Ordnance Factory Katni (OFKAT): 24 Posts, Vehicle Factory Jabalpur (VFJ): 230 Posts (Withdrawn)
  3. Orissa: 465 Posts:  Ordnance Factory Bolangir (OFBOL): 465 Posts
  4. Tamil Nadu: 306 Posts: Engine Factory Avadi (EFA): 09 Posts, Heavy Alloy Penetrator Project (HAPP): 05 Posts, Heavy Vehicle Factory (HVF): 292 Posts
  5. Telangana: 133 Posts: Ordnance Factory Medak (OFMK): 133 Posts
  6. Uttarakhand: 298 Posts:  Ordnance Factory Dehradun (OFDUN): 138 Posts, Opto Electronics Factory, Raipur Dehradun (OLF): 160 Posts
  7. Uttar Pradesh: 871 Posts: Field Gun Factory Kanpur (FGK): 179 Posts, Ordnance Factory Kanpur (OFC): 499 Posts, Ordnance Factory Muradnagar (OFM): 193 Posts
  8. West Bengal:125 Posts: Metal and Steel Factory, Kolkata (MSF): 125 Posts

Ordnance Factory Board Education Qualification

Candidates should be 10th pass that is he must possess a minimum matriculation for Labor post and for technical education the candidate must possess technical education from National Trade Certificate (NTC)/ National Apprentice Certificate (NAC) issued by National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) for Semi Skilled Workman Pots.

Application fees for Ordnance Factory Board Group C 2017: Candidates will be charged 50/-Rs for the application fee. The candidates can pay this by an online transaction through the secure gateway or by generating a challan and depositing the money in the nearest Branch. Candidates from reserved category SC/ST/OBC, women, Handicapped will not be charged any fee that is they are exempted from submission of fee.

The process to Apply for Ordnance Factory Board Group C 2017: Candidates who fit the given criteria can apply online by official website from date 29 May 2017 which is extended to 19 June 2017 and the last date of filling up the application is 19 June 2017 which is extended to 10 July 2017.

Download Ordnance Factory Board Exam Pattern 

Written exam will be conducted for a maximum of 100 marks and the total time allotted is 02 Hours. The written exam will be of multiple-choice question.

Workman: Part A 20 marks { General Science-10 Question, Quantitative Aptitude -10     Question} that are a total of 20 Questions for 20 marks.  

Part B 80 Marks on topic of relevant Tradesman

Paper Pattern for Labour: Numerical Aptitude -40 Questions that is each question will be of 1 mark making a total of 40 marks.

All the best for the exams.

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