DSSSB Teacher Recruitment 2019 Notification Released ; Apply Online

DSSSB Teacher Recruitment 2019 Notification Released ; Apply Online
vikrant.shukla | 6th Sep, 2019 - 6:25 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 06: The Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) has invited online applications for the post of Assistant Teachers in Primary and Nursery as well as for the post of Junior Engineer (Civil) for the Delhi Jal Board. DSSSB issued an official notification in this regard on September 06, 2019. The notification also contains the application dates, eligibility criteria and age limit.

The Opening Date of Application is September 16, 2019, whereas the Closing Date is October 15, 2019. The application fee is Rs. 100/-.

The notification states the total number of vacancies to be 1030, with 666 for Assistant Teacher (Primary), 152 for Assistant Teacher (Nursery) and 212 for Junior Engineer (Civil) in the Delhi Jal Board.

Eligibility Criteria for Assistant Teacher (Primary):

1. Graduation and 2-years Diploma in elementary education

2. Qualified the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

3. Must have passed Hindi or Urdu or Punjabi or English as a subject at

Secondary Level.

Age limit: Not exceeding 30 years.

Eligibility Criteria for Assistant Teacher (Nursery):

1. Should have a Diploma or Certificate in Nursery Teacher Education programme for a duration of not less than two years or B.Ed. (Nursery).

2. Must have passed Hindi at Secondary Level.

Age limit: Not exceeding 30 years.

Eligibility Criteria for Junior Engineer (Civil):

1. A Degree in Civil Engineering from a recognized university.

2. If the candidate holds a diploma, he/she should two years experience in planning, execution and maintenance of civil engineering works.

Age limit: Not exceeding 30 years.

For additional details related to the DSSSB recruitment and to know about the eligibility criteria, candidates are advised to visit the official website; dsssb.delhi.gov.in/

DSSSB in its official notification has strictly mentioned that only online applications will be accepted and applications received through other modes will be rejected.


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