Assam Rifles Recruitment And Jobs
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name of the post total vacancies rifleman / riflewomen general duty 116 sports discipline wise vacancies: football - 16, archery - 14, rowing - 12, athletics - 13, taekwondo - 06, karate-do - 17, judo - 12, boxing - 15, rifle shooting - 08, equestrian - 03. age limit: 18 - 28 years for general and obc, 18 - 33 years for sc and st as on 1st january 2019. educational qualification: matriculation (10th class) pass / intermediate or equivalent...
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Total vacancy 116 pay scale rs.as per department rule selection process written exam age limit min - 18 years max - 23 years application opening date 16/feb/2019 application closing date 17/mar/2019 application fee general rs.100 obc rs.100 sc rs.no fee st rs.no fee payment mode pay the exam fee through debit,credit card & online banking. eligibility criteria candidate must have 10th pass or equivalent degree from a recognized institute/university....
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About Assam Rifles
The Assam Rifles came into being in 1835, as a militia called the ‘Cachar Levy’. With approximately 750 men, this Force was formed to primarily protect British Tea estates and their settlements against tribal raids. Subsequently, all these Forces were reorganised and renamed as the ‘Frontier Force’ as their role was increased to conduct of punitive expeditions across the borders of Assam. This Force significantly contributed in opening the region to administration and commerce and over time they came to be known as the “right arm of the civil and left arm of the military”. In 1870, existing elements were merged into three Assam Military Police Battalions, named as Lushai Hills, Lakhimpur and Naga Hills. The ‘Darrang’ Battalion was raised just before the onset of World War–I. Since Reservists were difficult to be called on short notice and Gurkha Battalions’ soldiers were on leave in Nepal, the Assam Military Police were tasked to take their place. Thus, this Force sent over 3000 men as part of the British Army to Europe and the Middle East. In 1917, recognising theirwork during the Great War, fighting shoulder to shoulder with Rifle Regiments of the regular British Army, the name of the Force was changed to ‘Assam Rifles’.