Office of the Commissioner of Customs Staff Car Driver Recruitment 2019 – 32 Posts

Office of the Commissioner of Customs has released Staff Car Driver Recruitment 2019 notification to fill 32 vacancies. Interested and eligible candidates can check the details given below and apply online based on the eligibility criteria on or before 25th May 2019.

Name of the Post: Staff Car Driver

Post Date: 15/05/2019

No. of Vacancies: 32

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Important dates to Remember:

Starting Date for submission of Application15/05/2019
Last Date for submission of Application25/05/2019

Vacancy details of Office of the Commissioner of Customs Staff Car Driver Recruitment:

  • No. of Posts: 32 (Gen-17, OBC-8, SC-5, ST-2)

Location: Mumbai

Pay Scale:

Level – 2 (Rs. 19,000-63,200)

Age limit:

Not mentioned

Educational Qualification and Experience:

  • Valid Driving License for motor car
  • Three years experience of driving motor car
  • 10th pass from a recognized board or equivalent

Selection Process:

Not mentioned

Application Fees:

No Fee

How to Apply for Office of the Commissioner of Customs Staff Car Driver Recruitment:

  1. Interested candidates may apply online through the NCS website under the careers tab

Important Links:

To ApplyClick here
For Official NotificationClick here
For Official WebsiteClick here

About Office of the Commissioner of Customs:

The Government of India appointed a committee in 1907 to consider the question of arrangements to be made for the transaction of the Custom business on completion of new Docks under the construction, by Bombay Port Trust. At the relevant time the Customs department was working at the Government of India level under the department of Commerce and Industry. The committee recommended on 16.07.1907 the closing of the Fort Custom House and construction of new Central Custom House on site located by them. Consequent of that decision on general plan and sketch an estimate of cost were prepared for the New Custom House to be constructed on the consolidated site (site of New Custom House, Mumbai ) were taken and submitted for the approval of Government of India. There used to be a King’s warehouse in the Fort Custom House wherein gold, of which custom departmenthas taken charge was stored for safe custody.

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