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DSSSB recruitment 2021: Application process for 1809 vacancies begins today

DSSSB recruitment 2021: Interested candidates can apply at, the registration process will be concluded on April 14.

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 16, 2021 10:49:43 am
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DSSSB recruitment 2021: The application process for the Delhi Subordinate Staff Selection Board (DSSSB) started on March 15. Interested candidates can apply at, the registration process will be concluded on April 14.

The vacancies are for the posts of special education (primary), assistant foreman, personal assistant, junior engineer and technical assistant, among others.

DSSSB recruitment 2021: Eligibility

Education: The education qualification varies depending upon the post. The minimum qualification is class 12 level.

Age: Applicant should be at least 18 years of age. The upper age limit is capped at 27 years.

DSSSB Delhi recruitment: Pay scale

Candidates will get a basic salary in the range of Rs 9300 – Rs 34800 with an additional grade pay Rs 4600 to Rs 4800. The pay scale will be at the grade level of C and B posts.

Selection process: The candidates will be selected on the basis of written test, professional tests and personal interview for recruitment to various posts.

The selection process consists of tier-I and II followed by a skill test. The exam will be held in both Hindi and English except for the language papers. The syllabus will have a test on general awareness, general intelligence and reasoning ability, arithmetical and numerical ability, and Hindi language and comprehension and English language and comprehension.

For details on the recruitment process, candidates can refer to the website-

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