Government of India Press Recruitment 2016 — Trade Apprentice Posts
Current Recruitment Notification From Government of India Press, New Delhi 2016-17 | 19 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
Government of India Press Recruitment 2016 – Trade Apprentice Posts: Government of India Press, New Delhi has inform 19 vacant seats for Book Binder, Retoucher Lithography, Plate Maker, Process Camera Man, Desk Top Publishing Operator in various trade Apprenticeship Training for the coming session.If you have a dream of join Government of India Press. You can apply in prescribed format within 21 days from the date of advertisement. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Government of India Press Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 19
Name of the post:
1. Book Binder: 12 Seats
2. Retoucher Lithography: 01 Seat
3. Plate Maker: 02 Seats
4. Process Camera Man: 01 Seat
5. Desk Top Publishing Operator: 03 Seats
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their application with relevant documents by speed post or registered post with A/ Dto the venue or drop in the box kept at the TK Section of Government of India Press Premises within 21 days from the date of advertisement.
Office of the Manager, Government of India Press, Ring Road, Mayapuri, New Delhi
Date of Advertisement: 05/11/2016 to 11/11/2016
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: Within 21 days from the date of advertisement.
Job Location: Delhi
The history of the Government of India Presses dates way back to the year 1862 when the Government had established a Central Printing Office at Calcutta and later added one more Unit at Shimla (1872) and also at Rashtrapati Bhawan in 1872 (originally established at Calcutta as Press to the Private Secretary to the Viceroy). The Directorate of Printing had six printing Presses in pre-independence period. With the manifold increase in Government activities, since it became difficult to cope with the printing needs of the Government of India, the number of printing presses were increased all over the country.Today, the Directorate of Printing has 16 Government of India Presses including three Text Book Presses set up with the gifted machinery / equipment of the then Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). It is basically a service Department running on “No Profit No Loss” basis and is dependent largely on jobs from various Ministries / Departments of the Government.