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ESIC Recruitment 2019: Apply for over 2,000 posts begins; check out region-wise vacancies

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 6 April 2019, 14:10 IST

The Employee State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) has invited application from the aspirants who are interested in over 2000 vacancies released at the official website of ESIC for various posts.

As per the notification, ESIC has released a total of 2,258 vacancies for the posts of Upper Divison Clerk and Stenographer. Candidates who are interested for the positions released by ESIC can submit their application form before the last date i.e. 15th April 2019.

Check out the vacancy details:

Upper Division Clerk (UDC): 1,772 posts
Stenographer: 486 posts

Know in which region ESIC has released vacancies:

Uttar Pradesh
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Delhi (DMD)
Delhi (HQ)
Delhi
Uttrakhand
Rajasthan
Haryana
Madhya Pradesh
Jharkhand
Maharashtra
Karnataka
Kerala
Jammu & Kashmir
North East
Orissa
Puducherry
Punjab
Himachal Pradesh
Tamil Naidu
Telangana
Goa
Gujarat
West Bengal
Andhra Pradesh

Educational qualification required:

For Upper Division Clerk (UDC) post:

Candidates who are applying for this post should possess a Bachelor’s degree in any stream.

For Stenographer post:

Applicants who are applying for the post should have qualified Class 12th from a recognised board or university. Also, the typing speed of 80 word/minute required either in English or in Hindi.  

Age limit:

The minimum age limit to apply for the post is 18 years while the maximum age limit is 27 years. Also, age relaxation will be given to the candidates as per the government norms.

Application Fee:

To apply for the post released by ESIC, applicants will have to pay Rs 500 as an application fee.

Know how to apply:

Interested aspirants should submit their application form in the prescribed format only at the official website at esic.nic.in.

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First published: 6 April 2019, 13:51 IST
 
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