Bank Note Press BNP Recruitment 2021 invited 135 vacancies
Bank Note Press BNP Recruitment 2021 invited 135 vacancies

The Bank Note Press, Dewas has invited online applications from candidates. The applicants can apply for various posts in Dewas Unit and four vacancies in Indian Mint, Noida.

A total of 131 vacancies are out for filling up by the units. This recruitment drive has been published in the Employment News issue of May 8-14. The application process starts on May 12 and closes on June 11, 2021. The last day to pay fees is also June 11. Candidates who genuinely will to fill for posts should read the notification carefully.

The various positions available in Dewas Unit are Welfare Officer, Supervisor, Junior Office Assistant and Junior Technician. In Indian Mint, Noida there is one vacancy for Secretarial Assistant and three vacancies for Junior Office Assistant. Check details regarding qualification, examination fee, selection process, how to apply and much more visit

Vacancy details :

Welfare Officer: 1 post; Supervisor (ink factory): 1 post; Supervisor (Information Technology): 1 post;

Junior Office Assistant: 15;

Junior Technician (ink factory): 60 posts;

Junior Technician (printing): 23 posts;

Junior Technician ( Electrical (IT): 15 posts;

Junior Technician (Mechanical): 15 posts

Pay scale

Welfare Officer is ₹29740-103000

Supervisor it is ₹27600-95910 Junior Office Assistant it is ₹21540-77160

Junior Technician it is ₹18780-67390

Secretarial Assistant it is ₹23910-85570.

The upper age limit as on the closing date of application for various posts are: Welfare Officer and Supervisor : 30 years;

Junior Office Assistant: 28 years;

Junior Technician: 25 years; Secretarial Assistant: 28 years.

Selection process

To shortlist candidates for the job Stenography test, Typing test and online examination will be conducted tentatively in the month of July/August 2021.

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