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LIST OF ARMY TRADESS. No TRADE PAGE NO1 Clerk (<strong>General</strong> Duty) 12. Sweeper 13. Carpenter 24. Cook/Chef 25. Masalchi 26. Painter ` 37. Tailor 38. Washer man 39. Equipment and Boot Repairer 410 Barber 411 Blacksmith 412. Store Keeper Technical 513. Technical Instructor Fire Controller 514. Surveyor Artillery 515 Driver Mechanical Transport 616. Saddler 617 Operator Excavating Technical Artillery 618. Gunner Armoured Fighting Vehicle 619 Observer Operator 620 Assistant Instructor in Gunnery 721 Operator Fire Control 722. Operator Wireless Radio Artillery 723. Store hand Technical 724 Driver Animal Transport 825 Store had 826 Washerman 827 Religious Teacher (Junior Commissioned Officer) 8


S. No TRADE PAGE NO28 Gunner <strong>General</strong> Duty 929. Band Man 930. Air Field Safety Officer 931. Meteorological Assistant 932. Steward 1033. Gunner ` 1034. Dental Hygienist (AMC/ADC) 1035. Laboratory Technician (AMC) 1036. Radiographer (AMC) 1037 Blood Transfusion Assistant (AMC) 1138 Dental Operating room Asstt (AMC/ADC) 1139. Dental Technician (AMC/ADC) 1140. Pharmacist/Dispenser(AMC) 1241. Laboratory Assistant (AMC) 1242 Mental Nursing Asstt/Psychiatrist NA AMC 1243. Nursing Technician (AMC)(Junior Commissioned offr) 1344 Operating room Assistant (AMC) 1345. Physio Occupation Therapy Asstt(AMC) 1346 Health Asstt/sanitary Assistant (AMC) 1447 Spl Treatment Assistant (AMC) 1448 X-Assistant (AMC) 1449. Nursing Assistant (AMC) 1550. Ambulance Assistant (AMC) 1551 Infantry Soldier 1552 Military Police Man 1653 Pioneer (GD) 1654 Dresser 17


S. No TRADE PAGE NO55 <strong>Army</strong> Dog Trainer 1756. Rider 1757. Ferrier 1858. Naik/Post man 1859. Sep/Packers 1860. Clk(GD,CST,CSP) 1861. Blank 1962. Master Technician (A Vehicles) 1963. Technician (Small Arms) 1964 Master Tech Opto Electronics Technician (Opto Electronics) 1965 Master Technician (B vehicle) and Master Technician (C vehicle) 2066. Master Technician (Gun) 2067. Draughts man (Technician) 2168. Auto Elect (B Veh) and Auto Elect (A Veh) 2169 Auto Technician (EE) 2170. Fitter (Old Job) Armt Tech (AFV/AD) (New Job) 2171 Blank 2272. Technician (Opto Electronic) 2273 Metal Smith 2274 Moulder - Deleted 2275 Pattern Maker - Deleted 2276. Refrigerator Technician 2277. Turner – Merged with Ser 78 2278 Machinist 2279 Tool Maker – Deleted 2380 Technician (Radar) and Technician (Communication) 2381 Support Staff (Equipment Repair) 23


S. No TRADE PAGE NO109 Clerk (SD) 29110. Operator and Driver (Recovery) 30111 Technician (GCE) 30112. Technician (comn) 30113. Physical Training Instructor 30114. Junior Network Engineer JE (NE) 31115. Junior System Engineer JE (Sys) 32116. Operator Special Signals 33117. Operator Cipher 34118 Operator Radio and Key Board 35119 Operator Communication Centre 36120. Operator Radio & Line 36121. Technician Electronic Radio/Radio Mechanic 37122. Technician Electronic System/Line Mechanic 37123 Electrical Fitter Signals 38124. Draughtsman (Signals) 38125 Line Test Recorder 38126. Dispatch Rider 39127 Lineman Field 39128 Lineman Permanent 39129 Waiter Mess/Steward 40130. Personal Assistant (PA) 40131. Catering 40132 Petroleum (formerly Dipper Checker) 41133 Steward 41134 Education Instructor 41135 Education Instructor (Special) 42


INDEX OF ARMY TRADE WITH NCO CODESS. No TRADE NCO CODE1 Clerk (<strong>General</strong> Duty) - 4190.10,4111.30, 4190.20, 3431.30, 4121.20,4121.502. Sweeper - 9162.103. Carpenter - 7124.10, 7124.204. Cook/Chef - 5122.20, 5122.305. Masalchi - 5122.506. Painter ` - 7142.20, 7142.40, 7142.50, 7142.707. Tailor - 7433.10, 7433.25, 7433.308. Washer man - 9133.109. Equipment and Boot Repairer - 7442.14, 7442.7010 Barber -5141.2011 Blacksmith - 7221.10, 7213.4012. Store Keeper Technical -4131.10, 4131.20, 4131.30, 5220.4013. Technical Instructor Fire Controller -3132.80, 3132.6514. Surveyor Artillery -214830, 3112.3015 Driver Mechanical Transport -8322.30, 8323.30, 8324.10,8323.4016. Saddler -7442.75, 7442.76, 7442.7817 Operator Excavating Technical Artillery - 8332.10,8323.30,8324.1018. Gunner Armoured Fighting Vehicle -5132.2019 Observer Operator - 3132.6520 Assistant Instructor in Gunnery -5169.1021 Operator Fire Control -3132.8022. Operator Wireless Radio Artillery -3132.65,7249.50,4222.3023. Store hand Technical -5220.40,4131.20,4190.10,4131.304131.1024 Driver Animal Transport -9332.10,9332.20 ,9332.4025 Store had -5132.10,9322.10,4131.305220.40,5132.3026 Washerman -9133.1027 Religious Teacher (Junior Commissioned Officer) -2461.10


S. No TRADE NCO CODE28 Gunner <strong>General</strong> Duty -5132.2029. Band Man -2453.60, 2453.50, 2453.2030. Air Field Safety Officer -5161.10,3144.20,3132.7631. Meteorological Assistant -3119.4032. Steward -5123.10,5123.30,5123.4033. Gunner ` -5132.2034. Dental Hygienist (AMC/ADC) -7311.80,3225.1035. Laboratory Technician (AMC) -3221.1036. Radiographer (AMC) -3133.1037 Blood Transfusion Assistant (AMC) -3221.10,3460.10,3231.1038 Dental Operating room Asstt (AMC/ADC) -3225.10,3231.30,3221.4039. Dental Technician (AMC/ADC) -7311.80,3225.10,3231.30,3221.4040. Pharmacist/Dispenser(AMC) -3228.10,3231.30,323110,3221.4041. Laboratory Assistant (AMC) -3221.1042 Mental Nursing Asstt/Psychiatrist NA AMC -2230.20,3231.10, 3231.3043. Nursing Technician (AMC)(Junior Commissioned offr)- 3231.1044 Operating room Assistant (AMC) -3231.10,3231.30, 3211.4045. Physio Occupation Therapy Asstt(AMC) -3226.10,3231.1046 Health Asstt/sanitary Assistant (AMC) -3222.20,3222.1047 Spl Treatment Assistant (AMC) -3231.10,3231.3048 X-Assistant (AMC) -3133.1049. Nursing Assistant (AMC) -3231.10,3231.30,3221.4050. Ambulance Assistant (AMC) -3231.30,3221.4051 Infantry Soldier -5123.50,5123.30,9331.70,9152.20,5162.20,- 6141.15,5132.20,7112.10,9333.10,7231.60,8161.5052 Military Police Man -5162.10,3450.20,3450.1053 Pioneer (GD) -9312.10,8161.507231.60,5123.50,5123.30,9331.70,5162.20,9152.20,6141.15,7112.10,9333.10,5132.20,5169.10, 3475.1554 Dresser - 3221.40


S. No TRADE NCO CODE55 <strong>Army</strong> Dog Trainer -3474.6056. Rider -3474.6557. Ferrier -7221.6058. Naik/Post man -4142.47, 4142.40,5132.20,4142.10,4142.4559. Sep/Packers -9322.10,9151.2060. Clk(GD,CST,CSP) -4190.10, 4111.10,4111.30,4112.20,412160-4114.10,4115.10,4121.20,4121.40,4121.5061. Blank62. Master Technician (A Vehicles) -7238.2063. Technician (Small Arms) -7222.8564 Master Tech Opto Electronics Technician (Opto Electronics)- 7318.1065 Master Technician (B vehicle) and Master Technician (C vehicle)- 7238.2066. Master Technician (Gun) -7222.8567. Draughts man (Technician) -3118.4068. Auto Elect (B Veh) and Auto Elect (A Veh) -7241.70, 7137.1069 Auto Technician (EE) -7233.24,7231.2070. Fitter (Old Job) Armt Tech (AFV/AD) (New Job) -7233.1071 Blank72. Technician (Opto Electronic) -7311.60, 7311.1073 Metal Smith -7213.1074 Moulder - Deleted75 Pattern Maker - Deleted76. Refrigerator Technician -7233.5077. Turner – Merged with Ser 7878 Machinist -8211.1079 Tool Maker – Deleted80 Technician (Radar) and Technician (Communication)-7243.60,7243.20,7243.7081 Support Staff (Equipment Repair) - 7437.30,7437.40,7437.45


S. No TRADE NCO CODE82 Auto Technician (B Vehicle) -7231.1083. Auto Technician (A Vehicle) -7231.10, 7233.2484. Welder -7212.2085. Technician (Small Arms) -7222.8586. Master Technician (Air Frame) -7238.3087. Master Technician (AE) -7238.3088. Master Technician (Avionics) -7238.3089. Master Technician Avn (Electrical) -7238.3090. Master Tech (Avn/Insp & Photo) -7238.3091 Master Technician Avn/Armt -7238.3092 Master Technician (Net Working) -3121.1093. Master Technician (Elect -7248.1094. Master Technician (GCE) -7248.1095. Master Technician (Communication) -7248.1096 Master Technician (Radar) -7248.1097. Tech (Radio) –Merge with Ser 96 -98 Avn Ftr (Air Frame) -7232.2099. Avn Ftr (Aero Eng) -4190.10, 4113.35, 4113.60,4121.20,4121.70,4131.30100 Avn Ftr (Avionics) -7243.80101 Avn Ftr (Electrical ) -7241.60102 Avn Ftr (Insp & Photo) -7232.20103. Avn Fitter (Armt) -7222.85104. Driver Motor Tpt) -8323.40,8323.30,8324.10105 Driver Special Vehicle -7238.30,106 Auto Electrician (AFV) -7241.70107 Limb Maker (M&W) -7311.75108 Limb Maker (SL&F)- Merge with Ser 107 -


S. No TRADE NCO CODE109 Clerk (SD) -4190.10110. Operator and Driver (Recovery) -8333.14111 Technician (GCE) -7243.10112. Technician (comn) -7243.60, 7244.20113. Physical Training Instructor -3475.15,3475.40,3475.45,3475.60114. Junior Network Engineer JE (NE) -3132.60, 3132.55,7248.20, 7137.10, 7243.60724370, 7244.10,7249.40, 7249.30, 7249.103114.10,3114.20,7244.50, 7242.10,7243.108283.20, 8283.30, 7244.20115. Junior System Engineer JE (Sys) -3132.55, 3132.65, 3132.76, 3114.40, 1226.40,4142.30, 4142.25, 4142.20,4142.15,1226.851226.84,3132.60,4111.30,4112.10,3132.813132.82,4222.30,4222.20,4222.10,3132.709151.80, 3132.30, 4113.20, 4113.10116. Operator Special Signals -3132.65, 4222.30, 4222.20, 4222.10, 3132.82,3132.81, 3132.76, 3132.70, 9151.30, 4190.10,4112.10, 4111.30, 4113.20, 4113.10, 4114.20,3132.30,4142.30,4142.25,4142.20,4142.15,1226.85,1226.84, 3132.55, 3132.60117. Operator Cipher -3431.30, 4111.30, 4190.20,4211.40,4222.30,4222.20 ,4222.10, 3132.82, 3132.81, 3132.76,3132.65 ,3132.709151.80, 4190.20, 4114.20,4113.20,4113.10, 4112.10, 3132.30, 4142.30,4142.25, 4142.20,4142.15,1226.85, 1226.84,3132.55, 3132.60


S. No TRADE NCO CODE118 Operator Radio and Key Board -4111.30, 4112.10, 3132.81, 3132.82, 3132.65,3132.30,3132.70, 4222.30, 4222.20, 4222.10,3132.76, 9151.80, 4113.20, 4113.10, 4190.204142.30,4142.25, 4142.20, 4142.15, 1226.85, 1226.85, 1226.84,3132.60, 3132.55, 3132.60119 Operator Communication Centre -4111.30, 4112.10, 3132.81, 3132.82, 4222.30,4222.20,4222.10, 4142.30, 4142.25,4142.20, 4142.151226.85,1226.84,3132.60, 3132.55120. Operator Radio & Line - 3132.65, 3132.81, 4222.30, 3132.30, 4222.20,4222.10,3132.82, 3132.76, 3132.70, 4142.30,4142.25, 4142.20,4142.15, 1226.85, 3132.553132.60, 1226.84121. Technician Electronic Radio/Radio Mechanic - 7243.70, 7243.60, 8283.30, 7249.50,7241.203114.10, 3113.10, 7242.10,7243.10, 7243.507243.70, 3132.50122. Technician Electronic System/Line Mechanic - 3114.10, 3114.20, 7244.30, 7244.20, 7244.10,7244.90, 7242.10, 7243.10, ,8283.20, 7249.10,7249.30, 7249.40,7244.70, 7244.50, 3132.50123 Electrical Fitter Signals - 7137.10, 7241.70, 7249.50, 8324.20, 8323.307241.20,8282.30, 7245.10, 3113.10124. Draughtsman (Signals) - 3118.30125 Line Test Recorder - 7244.60, 7248.30, 7245.20, 3114.30, 3114.407248.20,1226.70


S. No TRADE NCO CODE126. Dispatch Rider - 8321.20,8322.10,8321.10, 8322.20,9151.65,9151.70, 4190.70, 7231.50, 4131.10,1226.17127 Lineman Field - 7245.20, 7244.40,7245.10, 7244.60, 3114.30,1226.70, 3114.30,7248.30,7248.20128 Lineman Permanent - 7245.20, 7244.40,7244.60,3144.20,3114.30,1226.70, 3114.30,1226.70,3114.40, 7248.307248.20129 Waiter Mess/Steward - 5123.10, 5123.30, 5123.40130. Personal Assistant (PA) - 4115.10,4111.10, 4111.30131. Catering - 1217.10132 Petroleum (formerly Dipper Checker) - 5220.45,133 Steward - 5123.40, 5123.30134 Education Instructor - 3312.10135 Education Instructor (Special) - 2320.10, 2320.15, 2320.12, 3311.10,3312.10


1AppendixS.No Trade Rank Service Trade/Group/Branch/Occupational NoteDIRECTORY OF EQUATION OF ARMY TRADES WITH CIVIL TRADESQualificationCivil/ServiceOld NCOCodeNo. of1985Civil TradeEquivalentNew NCOCodeNo of NCO-20041 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 91 Clerk(<strong>General</strong>Duty)2 Sweeper:Keeps record of letters, prepares drafts,makes engagements for officers and keepsrecord of them. Types at the rate of 150words in 10 minutes with not more than 2%errors put up drafts and type routinememoranda, be able to use atypewriter/computer, duplicator/ photocopierand must have a fair knowledge of clericaland accounting duties.Clerk(GD) (AMC/ADC)Class -2 : Type from a manuscript of 250words in 10 minutes with not more than 2errors. Put up draft replies, be able to takecare of typewriters/computers andduplicators/photocopier. Must haverequisite qualifications, knows officeaccounts.Matric or <strong>Army</strong>Special ClassCertificate(10 + 2)10+2/IntermediatePass for anystream (Arts)Commerce,Science withEnglish andMath/Accts orBook keepingwith 50%marks inaggregateNon matric/9 th /8th and 5th5 th /8 th class(Civ)350.10321.10350.10350.20350.10302.10330.20302.10330.20350.10321.10350.10350.10350.10339.20351.20302.10330.20350.10321.10350.10350.10350.10Clerk <strong>General</strong>TypistDiaristEnquiry ClerkRecord ClerkAssistant OfficeClerk AccountsAsstt OfficeClerk <strong>General</strong>Clerk AccountsClerk <strong>General</strong>TypistDiaristEnquiry ClerkRecord ClerkAudit ClerkStore DistributorAssistant OfficeClerk AccountsClerk <strong>General</strong>TypistDiaristEnquiry ClerkRecord Clerk541.10 Sweeper/Safaiwala/Safaiwali/Dry4190.104111.304190.104190.204190.103431.304121.203431.304121.204190.104111.304190.104190.104190.104121.504131.203431.304121.204190.104111.304190.104190..204190.109162.10Remarks


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 93 Carpenter . Makes and repairs wood work of vehicle Non Matric 811.10 Carpenter <strong>General</strong> 7124.10bodies including replacement of crossmembers and caries out plugging andrebbetting operations. Makes dovetailed811.20 Carpenter7124.20tool chests. Knows preservation andConstructionseasoning or timber. Does wood turning7124.20makes and repairs articles of furniture.Estimates materials and prepares simplesketches. Makes framed panel doors. Hasknowledge of building constructions Set outand erects king or queen post trussesmakes moulds for precast concretes workand makes and erects shuttering forconcrete work.811.30 Carpenter,Structural4 Cook/Chef . ‘Cooks vegetarian and non-vegetarianmeals for troops. Prepares Indian dishes.Uses oil and water fired cookingapparatuses. Knows mixing and use ofcondiments. Prepares haversack rationsdehydrated and tinned food stuffs anddefrosts frozen meat.Chef Community (AMC)Chef (Mess) (AMC)28 th ClassCook Unit Cl-III8 th Class, Cl-II8 th Class, Cl-I520.30520.30520.30Cook,Institutional/UnitCook,Domestic/MessChef CommunityChef (Mess)5122.205122.305122.305 Masalchi . 5122.50 – Masalchi carries, meat,vegetable water etc for kitchen, in hotels,Cleans crockery, cutlery, dishes, plates,cooking utensils; lights and maintains fire;washes, cuts and peels vegetable. Mayuse kitchen machines e.g. electric washers,knife cleaners, potato-peeler.5 th Class 529.905522.50Kitchen Porter 5122.50


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 96 Painter Paints metal and wood surfaces. Mixes and 9 th Class 939.10 Painter Spray 7142.20matches paints to given colours, carries out plainblock lettering and cuts and uses stencils. Carriesout glass cutting and glazing. Knows storages ofpaints and varnishes. Can use blow lamp.939.10 Painter BrushPainter Wood workPainter Mixer7142.407142.507142.7037 Tailor Measures cuts out stitches and fits garments wornby troops. Repair service clothing, blanket andmosquito nets. Makes medal ribbons and worstedbadges of rank and appointment. Uses andmaintains sewing machines. Knows estimation ofquantities of material for new garments or repair.Can read and make up patterns.5 th Class8 th Class9 th Class791.10791.40791.50Tailor <strong>General</strong>Trouser MakerShirt Maker7433.107433.257433.308WashermanDHOBI : washerman washes and cleans garmentsand other articles of washable fabrics and pressesthem. Collects soiled clothes and garments fromclients, marks them with marking ink foridentification. Sorts soiled articles according totype and treatment to be given. Fills tub withwater and adds proper amount of soap, washingsoda or other chemicals and dips coloured ordelicate garments into soapy water or chemicalsolution and agitates it by hand. Spreads wetgarments on flat surface, and scrubs with hand orbrush and rinses garment in clear water till dirtywater stops coming out. Treats excessively soiledgarments of coarse cloth separately by applyingchemicals on them, by hand, boiling them in tub orin closed oven, beating them with hand on stone orclub on stone or wood and washing them in clearwater in tanks, rivers and lakes. Dries garments inopen air by hanging them on rope, wire ofspreading them on ground. Irons dried garmentsusing hand iron-press. May wash garments andother textile furnishings in machine. May treatwhite and delicate garments with chemicals (Blueand Starch) for shine and bleaching.9 th Class 550.10550.10WashermanDhobi9133.10


41 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 99 Equipment . Repairs shoes and boots and canvas textile and 5 th Class 801.30 Shoe Repairer 7442.14and Bootleather articles. Repairs web equipment and802.76 Trimmer, Hand 7442.70Repairerground sheets by hand stitching and darning. Canrepair cisterns delivery hoses pauling vehiclehoods nosebags and tents may make smallcanvas or leather articles.10 Barber Hair Cutter, Hair Dresser cuts hair, shaves andtrims beards, moustaches and performs otherpersonal services to customers incidental tobarbering. Covers neck and clothings ofcustomers with towel or apron to avoid cut hair fallon them. Cuts hair, shaves or trims beards ormoustaches according to instructions of customersor according to particular style using clippers,scissors, razors and combs. Trims or files raisednails of hands, removes superfluous hair from eyebrows,nostrils and ears. Brushes off cut hair from headand neck and washes and cleans face using handspray and towel and applies antiseptics, cream onface. Performs other personal services such asshampooing, massaging of head by hand andrecombs hair. May do massaging of body andarrange hot or cold bath in hair cutting salon. Maydo massaging of head and face by electrictreatment. May dye and wave hair. May cut corns5 th , 8 th and9 th Class560.20 Barber 5141.2011 Black smith Forges hardens and tempers simple tools andcomponents eg oil chisel anvil cutter spikes/nailstongs (flat nose snap headed rivets chains (withwelded links) simple hinges etc. Can screw bendand assemble simple pipes knows brazingsoldering and simple fire welds.Non matric 831.10873.50BlacksmithTinsmith7221.107213.40


51 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 912 StoreKeeperCares for hand preserves packs and issuesstores. Knows store accounting including use of351.10 Storekeeper/Shop Assistant4131.10Technicalbin cards. Marks and labels packages and351.10 Store Distributor 4131.20prepares packing notes is aware of storage351.30 Store Diarist4131.30security and preservation of stores. Knows430.30 Stock Verifier4131.30procedure for receipt/issue of stores, stock takingand turnover. Is able to identify stores and givetheir nomenclature.350.3010+2/Intermediate forany stream(Arts,Commerce,Science withEnglish andMaths/Acctsor Bookkeeping with50% marksin aggregateRecord ClerkShop Assistant4190.105220.4013 TechnicalInstructorFireControllerOperates and maintains radar equipment in antiaircraftartillery. Is trained in uses of valvesoscillators modulations amplifiers electromagneticspectrum transmitters and receivers, Microwavetechnique Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes Diesel andpetrol engines and ballistic problems.Matriculateor <strong>Army</strong>SpecialClassCertificate ofEducation392.70392.30Radar Operator/Wireless Operator3132.803132.6514 SurveyorArtillerySurveyor Artillery : Surveys ground and canspecialize in pure survey flash spotting soundranging/metrology or calibration duties. Ifspecialized in pure survey does machinecomputation of azimuth and use of theodolite forlarge scale plotting. If specialized in flash spottingbesides what he does in pure survey knowspanorama drawing and use of range finder readsvertical and horizontal deflection on instrumentgraticules users concentration and parallel rulerboards. If specialized in sound range knows soundrange base survey and use care andmaintenance of instruments used therein includingradio and carrier link if specialized in Meteorologyknows instruments land equipment used forproduction of meteor telegraphs plotting of mere orgraphs and ball on operations if specialized incalibration duties knows operation of camera MVand allied instruments processes exposed filmsand operates photo electric counter chronograph.MatricSvy Cl-II028.10037.10Surveyor,TopographicalPlane Tabler,Survey orPhotogrammetric2148.303112.30


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 915 DriverMechanicalTrasportMatric, 986.508322.30Drives army trucks and/or lorries of capacity up tofive tons on any class of road or across country byday and by night. Can drive with attached trailersor vehicles undertow or vehicles with other in tow.Understands working of four stroke engines andtransmission systems. Carries out maintenancetasks and can prepare an accident report. Knowsprovisions of Motor vehicles Acts.6986.55986.60986.65DriverAmbulanceDriver, BusDriver, TruckDriver FireBrigade Vehicle8323.308324.108323.4016 Saddler Repairs riding and pack saddles, harnessesbridles and head collars by hand stitching.Identifies types and qualities of materials used inrepairs of harnesses saddlery and liner gear. Canrepair rugs hools canvas water troughs andbuckets and nosebags. Make small leather andcanvas articles from sample or patterns.5 th Class 803.20803.30803.50SaddlerLeather Cuttar,HandStitcher, Hand7442.757442.767442.7817. OperatorExcavatingTechnicalArtillery18, GunnerArmouredFightingVehicle19. ObserverOpertorOperates and carries out maintenance on Artillerybulldozers in different types of country. Knowscorrect lubricants and fuels used.Fires weapons mounted on Armoured FightingVehicles. Knows general handling of guns and canstrip and replace parts. Can test power traverses.Recognizes aircraft in air and ground objects andenemy Artillery flashes from air (be able to locatethem also) prepares range tables and indicatestargets. Has elementary knowledge of air photosand reading of gridded/air photographs. Isconversant with marshaling and picketing of aircraftand characteristics dimensions and making ofadvance landing ground.Matric 974.10986.60BulldozerOperator,Driver BusDriver TruckMatric 358.20 PeonGunmanMatricOperatorWirelessArtilleryClass-3392.30393.308332.108323.308324.105132.20Wireless Operator 3132.65


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 920. AssistantInstructorin Gunnery5169.1021. OperatorFire Control22. OperatorWirelessRadioArtillery23. Store handTechnicalInstructs Junior Commissioned Officers and otherranks on artillery equipments, gun drills, methodsof fire Control and in the use preparation for firingland storage of ammunition explosives and fuzzes.Operates and handles radar equipment on gunpositions for selection and size estimation. Knowsranging procedures of targets. Examines andmaintains radar equipment. Under stands causesand effects of jamming and takes remedialmeasures.Sends and receives massages on Wireless Setsin corps of Artillery. Carries out operatorsmaintenance on wireless sets and auxiliary gear.Lays and maintains field cables for remote controlunits. Connects up and charges batteries.Connects tests and operates switch boards upto 10lines.Cares for and preserves packs and issues stores.Knows store accounting including use of bin cards.Marks and labels packages and prepares packingnotes is aware of storage, security andpreservation of stores. Knows procedure forreceipt/issue of stores, stock taking and turnover.Is to identify stores and give their nomenclature.7Matric and SurveyorArtillery Class 2Gunner Drills SpecialArtillery Class 2Technical AssistantArtillery Class 1Operator fire controlArtillery Class 1Operator WirelessArtillery Class 1Gunner Class 1,Height taker AntiAircraft Class 1,Plotter Class 1,Predictor NumberClass 1.Matric and Group GCategoryMatric 392.30573.10 Security OfficerWatch andWard/ArmedConstabulary/Border Force392.70 Radar OperatorAlso eligible forgeneral jobs.859.60390.30Non Matric 430.30351.20350.10351.30351.10WirelessOperatorBatteryServicing ManTele OperatorShop AssistantStore DistributorDiaristStock VerifierStore keeper3132.803132.657249.504222.305220.404131.204190.104131.304131.10


71 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 920. AssistantInstructorin Gunnery5169.1021. OperatorFire Control22. OperatorWirelessRadioArtillery23. Store handTechnicalInstructs Junior Commissioned Officers and otherranks on artillery equipments, gun drills, methodsof fire Control and in the use preparation for firingland storage of ammunition explosives and fuzzes.Operates and handles radar equipment on gunpositions for selection and size estimation. Knowsranging procedures of targets. Examines andmaintains radar equipment. Under stands causesand effects of jamming and takes remedialmeasures.Sends and receives massages on Wireless Setsin corps of Artillery. Carries out operatorsmaintenance on wireless sets and auxiliary gear.Lays and maintains field cables for remote controlunits. Connects up and charges batteries.Connects tests and operates switch boards upto 10lines.Cares for and preserves packs and issues stores.Knows store accounting including use of bin cards.Marks and labels packages and prepares packingnotes is aware of storage, security andpreservation of stores. Knows procedure forreceipt/issue of stores, stock taking and turnover.Is to identify stores and give their nomenclature.Matric and SurveyorArtillery Class 2Gunner Drills SpecialArtillery Class 2Technical AssistantArtillery Class 1Operator fire controlArtillery Class 1Operator WirelessArtillery Class 1Gunner Class 1,Height taker AntiAircraft Class 1,Plotter Class 1,Predictor NumberClass 1.Matric and Group GCategoryMatric 392.30573.10 Security OfficerWatch andWard/ArmedConstabulary/Border Force392.70 Radar OperatorAlso eligible forgeneral jobs.859.60390.30Non Matric 430.30351.20350.10351.30351.10WirelessOperatorBatteryServicing ManTele OperatorShop AssistantStore DistributorDiaristStock VerifierStore keeper3132.803132.657249.504222.305220.404131.204190.104131.304131.10


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 924. DriverAnimalTransportLeads/drives animals and animal driven vehiclesacross country by day and night. Grooms saddlesand harnesses animal driven vehicles acrossNon Matric 987.109332.10country by day and by night. Grooms saddles andharnesses animals. Recognizes type of grainfodder and knows water feeding and preparation offeeds. Prepares animals land crafts for transportby air or by Road.8987.20987.40Horse CarriageDriverCart DriverPack AnimalDdriver9332.209332.4025. Storehad(GD)Opens packages & containers. Bundles, wines,weights and marks, them. Knows load capacitiesMatric 358.10976.00DaftriPacker handof rail and road transport. Does simple store358.90 Stock Verifieraccounting. Has knowledge of documents used in430.30 Shop Assttreceipt issue and transformation of stores. MayProcess servermaintain simple work and time sheets fortemporary civilian labour placed in his charge.26. Washerman As per Srl No 8 Non Matric 550.10 DhobiWasherman5132.109322.104131.305220.405132.309133.1027. ReligiousTeacher(JuniorCommissioned Officer)Non –Ordained Religious Workers, other assistordained religious workers in conducting worship,performing religious rites in places of worship andon special occasions such as marriages births,deaths, etc and include those not elsewhereclassified and is designated as :- Maha Brahmin:Mahapatra if performs last rites of deceasedpersons belonging to Hindu faith at cremationground. Sets pyre, chants religious hymns. Mayarrange for firewood, ghee and other articlesrequired for cremation. Moazzen calls Azan(Prayer cali) in mosques at fixed times beforeeach prayer. Looks after cleanliness of mosqueand makes arrangements of water for worshippersto wash before prayer (wazoo). May lead prayer inabsence of imam (leader in group prayers).Sexton looks after church property; rings churchbell for periodic services, and takes care of churchgraveyard. May assist Pastor or priest inperformance of religious rites.B.A Sanskrit/Hindi 190.10 Priest,Clergyman,Pestor,Rector,Father2461.10


91 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 928.. Gunner<strong>General</strong>DutyLays and fires large bore gun in Indian <strong>Army</strong>, Canuse telephone to pass/receive message constructsgun pits.Matric 358.20 - Gunman, Peon 5132.2029. Band Man Plays on instrument allotted. Before selection asBandsman Bugler, Drummer, Piper Trumpeter,completes normal military training. May be trainedin additional duties eg motor cyclists duties asorderly etc. This category has been upgraded toGPE and may be transferred to EGP.30. Air FieldSafetyOfficer31. MeteorologicalAssistantPossesses elementary knowledge of organizationand operations of air traffic control their services &procedures. Operates aircraft crash fire-fightingand other equipment as necessary. Performsrescue air and land and search services in case offorced landings and air crashes. Controls airfieldtraffic by establishing point to pointcommunications of by visual lamps pyrotechnics,Signals etc as appropriate for day and nightlandings. Maintains weather condition and hazardreports, prepares air traffic control messages priorto clearing and strictly observes clearanceprocedure before permitting aircraft to take off.Maintains constant vigilance over safe landing landtake off aircraftPossesses knowledge of atmosphere and itscomposition Collects phenomenon dangerous forflying and performs tasks similar to theircounterparts in civil. Observes atmospheric andweather conditions visually and with aid ofinstruments checks balloon observations andrecord readings. Calculates atmospheric clouds,plots weather maps prepares telegrams anddispatches synoptic weather observations.Maintains prescribed register and Weather diary.Does coding decoding & coordination ofmessages. Keeps instruments in working order.Non matric 180.60Matric with Science &Maths, Passreclassification teston mustering andafterAC(2) secure 40%marksAC(1) secure 60%marksMatric with scienceand Maths. Passreclassification teston mustering & afterAC(2) secure 40$marksAC(1) secure 60%marks180.50180.20570.30369.20392.60Instrumental,Musician ,WindInstrument,PercussionInstrumentalOrchestraConductorFire FighterTrafficController, AirServiceControl TowerOperator,Aerodrome003.10 Weatherobserver2453.602453.502453.205161.103144.203132.763119.40


101 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 932 Steward Waiters and bartenders serve food and beveragesin commercially- operated dining and drinkingplaces, clubs, institutions and canteens and onboard shipsNon Matric 529.90 ButlersDomesticBearersInstitutional5123.105123.305123.40Waiters33. Gunner Matric 358.20 Gunman, Peon 5132.2034 DentalHygienist(AMC/ADCExamines dental conditions and scales of teeth,Advises patient on hygiene, care and maintenanceof teeth. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology,pathology, material medica, bacteriology, and oralhygiene and dental health education.Dental OperatingRoom Assistance,Class-IIIEdn:10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & Englishwith 40% marks ineach subject and50% marks inaggregate841.85081.10Dental MechanicDental Assistant7311.803225.1035 LaboratoryTechnician(AMC)36 Radiographer (AMC)Conducts tests on blood, urine, sputum etc, inlaboratories to help diagnose diseases. Is wellversed in laboratory managements, sterilizationmethods, filters, fixation and hardening methods,embedding and cutting methods, staining methods,reagents Preservation of specimens, Microscopy,Manipulation of glass and Hematologicaltechniques.Takes X-Ray photographs and develops andinterprets X-Ray plates under supervision ofradiologists. Knows practical radiography ,radiation therapy and electrology, Maintains X-RayUnit and undertakes minor repairs.Laboratory AssistantClass-I:10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & Englishwith 40% marks ineach subject and50% marks inaggregateX-Ray AssistantClass-I:10+2/ intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & Englishwith 40% marks ineach subject and50% marks inaggregate060.10 LaboratoryAssistantClinical,MedicalLaboratoryTechnician086.10 Radiographer,RadiologicalAssistant3221.103133.10


111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 937 BloodTransffusion Assistant(AMC)Recognize blood groups, withdraws blood fromblood from donors, marks and preserves thesespecimens: prepare plasma and caries out bloodtransfusion. Has knowledge of first aid hematology060.10 LaboratoryAssistantClinical3221.1038 DentalOperatingroom Asstt(AMC/ADC)and serology. Is capable of blood transfusion/resuscitations. If class 1 has knowledge ofbacteriology and physiology.. Helps dental surgeon in preparing patients fordental operation as also in sterilizing and handlingof instruments.Class 3 & 2Cleans and sterilizes dental instruments, castsplaster models, makes wax or ideal, base platesand bites blocks : and carry out efficiently : chairside attendance during normal dental operations.Class 1Beside above, can carry out emergency treatmentfor post extraction hemorrhage : knows dentalradiography ; and has preliminary knowledge offacial bones and soft tissues of the mouth.Nursing AssistantClass-III :10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregateNursing AssistantClass-III :10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregate089.10084.10081.10089.10080.30Blood DonorUnit AssistantNurse <strong>General</strong>Dental AssistantNursingAttendantDresser3460.103231.103225.103231.303221.4039 DentalTechnician(AMC/ADC)Is a skilled craftsman who helps the dentist inmaintaining dental laboratory as also in makingartificial teeth and dental aids.Class 3 & 2Know general theory about the structures of teethand their maintenance ; is able to cast models,construct special trays ; set up and fit artificial teeth; knows inter dental splints and is able to constructmetal and combined acrylic resin and metaldentures.]Class 1Besides above, should be conversant withelementary chemistry and dental metallurgy andmust have a high standard of efficiency in repair ,construction and finish of dentures.Nursing AssistantClass –III : 12 monthstraining for class 3, 6months for class 2 , and12 months for class 1,in a Command MilitaryDental Centre,10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregate841.85081.10089.10080.30Mechanic DentalDentalTechnician(DentistAssistant)NursingAttendantDresser7311.803225.103231.303221.40


121 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 940 Pharmacist/ Dispenses medicines as prescribed by doctor and076.20Dispenser(AMC)instructs patients on dosage and use. Use076.20084.1041 LaboratoryAssistant(AMC)precision balances and analyses simplecompounds. Has elementary knowledge physics,inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Botany, MateriaMedica Pharmacy and administration. Besides,(for class 1), should be able to plan and open newdispensary as also supervise guide and train juniordispensers.Carries out pathological tests on stools, urine,exudates etc and identifies organisms, bloodcultures and plating. Identifies common intestinalworms and their ova. Does blood sedimentationrate and reticulocyte count, Sets up apparatus tocarry out tests, prepares stained slides forexamination and diagnosis. Assists in postmortemexamination, restoration of cadaver andpreparation ofmuseum specimens.Nursing Assistantclass-III :10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregateNursing Assistantclass-III :10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregatePharmacist,Nursing AsstNurse <strong>General</strong>,Dresser060.10 TechnicianMedicalLaboratory3228.103231.303231.103221.403221.1042 MentalNursingAsstt/PsychiatristNA AMCTakes care of patients suffering from mental andnervous disorders. In Psychology, is conversantwith instinct of attention, fatigue and exhaustion,emotions, physiological basis, volition andtemperament, consciousness, Freudian concept ofego and super ego and elementary phychopathology. In nervous and mental disorders, isconversant with mental deficiency, psychoneurosisand psychosis, disorders of sensation, thought,memory, speech and articulation and Katatonicattitudes. Carries out general management ofcases of hyperpyrexia and artificial respiration,control by physical, chemical and mechanicalrestraints ; may render first and to case of suicideby hanging, drowning, cut throat and homicidalinjuries. Prepares patients for special treatmente.g ECT, insulin therapy, hydrotherapy, continuousnarcosis, naraco analysis, ether, and carbondioxide abreaction and occupational therapy.Nursing Assistantclass-III :10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregate084.20084.10089.10NurseSpecialistNurse <strong>General</strong>NursingAttendant2230.203231.103231.30


131 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 943 NursingTechnician(AMC)(JunionCommission-edOfficer)Nursing Technician (AMC) :<strong>General</strong> NursingDiploma recognized byNursing Council ofIndia, Class II/I NursingAssistant, 10+2/intermediate exam passwith Physics,Chemistry, Biology &English with 40% marksin each subject and50% marks in084.10 Nurse, <strong>General</strong> 3231.1044 OperatingroomAssistant(AMC)45 PhysioOccupationTherapyAsstt(AMC)Assists surgeon in preparing patients foroperation, observation of patients duringoperations and management of patients inimmediate post operative period in recovery room.Knows elementary microbiology and sterilization.Uses and maintains.Treats patients with infra red radiation, paraffinwax baths and short wave or ultra diathermy. Hasknowledge of bones joints, muscles, nerves, bloodvessels and skin, Massages and gives exercise tothem. Has knowledge of physics of light and lighttherapy and high frequency currents. Isconversant with equipment and stores, used, eg.Short wave diathermy unit, scheme bath (4 cells)with electrodes, portable vibrator and paraffin waxbath.Has general knowledge of definition, history,scope, aims and objects and principlesoccupational therapy, Classification of differentcases with their therapeutic values and uses ofoccupational therapy.aggregateNursing Assistantclass-III , 10+2/intermediate exam passwith Physics,Chemistry, Biology &English with 40% marksin each subject and50% marks inaggregateNursing Assistant class–III , 10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregate084.10089.10-088.10084.10Nurse <strong>General</strong>NursingAttendantOperationTheaterTechnicianPhysiotherapist,PhysiotherapyTechnicianNurse <strong>General</strong>3231.103231.303211.403226.103231.10


141 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 946 HealthAsstt/sanitaryAssistant(AMC)089.40089.40SanitaryDaroga,SanitaryJamadar3222.203222.10Assits Station Health Officer in routine checks ofsanitary conditions in Cantonment Area/Units.Advises on cleanliness, basic principles of diet,disposal of waste, principles of water supply,personal hygiene, ventilation, lighting and heatingof barracks, malaria and other disease control,drainage, and disinfectants. Possesses knowledgeof nature of communicable diseases.If Class 1.Can carry out hygiene inspection ofslaughter houses, mineral water factories,canteens and restaurants including hygiene ofindustrial establishments.Nursing Assistantclass-III :10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregate47 SplTreatmentAssistant(AMC)Assists doctors in treating patients suffering fromvenereal diseases and skin ailments. Hasknowledge of anatomy and physiology ofgenitourinary tract in male and female and of skinand its appendages. Assists in routine injectionsunder septic conditions and in minor operationsdone by specialist. Assists specialists in skinclipping, nasal scrapping biopsy taking, andadministers ultra violet diathermy and cryotherapy.Nursing Assistant class–III : 10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregate084.10089.10Nurse <strong>General</strong>NursingAttendant3231.103231.3048 X-Assistant(AMC)Assists Radiographer or Radiologist in fixingapparatuses and taking exposures. Developsfilms; screens patients; and renders first aid in X-ray Deptt. Is conversant with principles ofphotography, photographic chemistry (elementary)lantern slide making printing and copying, knowsnormal and abnormal radiographic appearance ofextremities. Spine and trunk; skull including teeth,and surface markings in general of various organs.Nursing Assistantclass-III :10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & English with40% marks in eachsubject and 50% marksin aggregate086.10 Radiographer,RadiologicalAssistant3133.10


151 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 949 NursingAssistant(AMC)Gives bed side care in cases of illness, administersmedicine as prescribed by doctors, records pulse &temperature of patients j& assists doctors in treating084.10089.103231.103231.3050 AmbulanceAssistant(AMC)51 InfantrySoldierpatients. Sterilizes appliances; prepares patients forward dressing and for general, spinal, retinal and localanesthetic; gives post-operative treatment; treatsshocks; observes and appreciates signs and symptomsof hemorrhage understands types and degrees of burnsand assists in treatment. Manages wards; writes reportswork out diets; gives stimulants sedatives and nutrients;nurses cases of respiratory and heart diseases andrheumatism. Nurses’ gastric cases including giving oftest meals stomach lavage and barium meal.Loads casualties with or without stretchers on vehicle,rafts, sampans, aircraft and pack animals. Is able toimprovise stretcher with poles, rifles, brush wood,blankets, etc. Treats patients for shock. Knows first aiddressing including dry, wet and triangular dressings.Knows dislocations and renders first aid to joints,misplaced cartilage4s, sprains, strains and rupturedmuscles. Gives artificial respiration.Handles light weapons to fight, using cover and ground,specializes in one of the following subjects, battle crafts,signaling, Assault Engineering (mine laying etc.,)Intelligence Duties, Mechanical Transport Driving,Musical ability and Range taking. Is responsibleindividual and can act in supervisory capacity overunskilled labour.10+2/intermediateexam pass withPhysics, Chemistry,Biology & Englishwith 40% marks ineach subject and50% marks inaggregate080.30Matric 089.10Edn : MatricTraining : 19 weeks080.30522.10521.30989.90574.10572.60660.20358.20714.90971.10963.20773.10Nurse <strong>General</strong>NursingAttendantDresserNursingAttendant,Ward boyDresserWine WaiterBearer,DomesticTransportServiceOperatorWatchmanSepoy,CustomsForest GuardPeonShot Firer &otherLoaders and3221.403231.303221.405123.505123.309331.709152.205162.206141.155132.207112.109333.107231.60961.90Unloaders


961.50Cleaner motor,vehicleCleaner,VehiclesMotorAttendantElectricalSwitch Boardoperator8161.50


161 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 952 MilitaryPolicemanPerforms policing duties in peace and war. Patrols outof bound areas, covers accidents and controls traffic.Signs routes from maps, signs, harbours or areas andEdn : MatricTraining 74 weeks571.30571.20PoliceConstable5162.103450.20knows convoy duties. Can drive motor cycles, jeepsand trucks 1 ton. If Class I, qualifies in writtenexamination covering military law, procedure at militaryand civil courts, Traffic control and provost duties infield/combined operations. Qualified either as SectionCommander or Instructor.571.10Sub Inspector,PoliceInspectorPolice3450.1053 Pioneer(GD)Use light weapons to fight using ground and cover. Digsground with pick and shovel. Uses simple gadgets forshifting heavy stores e.g. rollers, hooks, levers etc.Takes linear and simple angular measurements usingtape or chain. Leading chainman including recording ofKatans. Manipulates leveling staff. Uses template forexcavation work. Construct simple culverts andretaining walls. Handling & care of a leveling staff.Uses templates for excavation work on ditches trenchesor road. Jungle clearing according to a given alignment.Construct simple culverts & retaining walls. Handling &care of Construct simple culverts & retaining walls.Handling and care of various types of stores &equipments. Must know the principles of roadconstruction including drainage, elementary use ofexplosives, construct shelter Ops & camouflage them,make various types of roads and how to set out a minebelt.Below Matric 999.00961.50963.20522.10521.30989.90572.60574.10660.20714.90971.10358.20573.10193.60773.10874.90LabourerElectricalSwitch BoardOperatorCleaner Motor,VehiclesWine WaiterBearer waiterDomesticTransportServiceOperatorSepoy,CustomsWatchmanForest GuardShot Firers ,Loader andUnloadedPeonSecurity OfficerPhysicalTraining9312.108161.507231.605123.505123.309331.705162.209152.206141.157112.109333.105132.205169.103475.15


171 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 954 Dresser He renders immediate and suitable first aid to injured 10 th 080.30 Dresser 3221.40and sick animal in all type of emergency. He securesanimals for operation, cast animal and lay out preparedsterilized instruments, prepare sites for operations,make up all ordinary prescriptions insp teeth, administerbolus and drench, detect lameness and clip houses andmuleProficiently. In addition, he also has knowledge on mgtof horses in the open, marching feeding, picketing,common contagious diseases and precaution.Veterinary aspect for transport animal for slaughter inhot/cold weather, methods of painlessly destroyinganimals, adjustment and use of slings, preparation offresh blood films, post mortem routine and laying outviscera and disposal of carcasses. He also assists meatinspectors in their routine duties and assistance to VOduring blood transfusion besides foaling and its drilldealing with minor dystokia cases, foal mgt and itscommon disease, attention to umbilical cord of newlyborn foal, descriptive marks and measurements ofvarious types of breeding stock and foals andmaintenance of breeding stock records brood mareregister, stallion performance card, covering record, foalregister, young stock register.55 <strong>Army</strong> Dog <strong>Army</strong> Dog Trainer is responsible for trg of dogs in 10 th 189.55 Trainer, Animal 3474.60Trainer various disciplines such as explosive detection, minedetection. Advance Rescue operation. Tracker Dog.Guard Dog. Infantry Patrol Dogs. Search & Rescueoperation Dogs. He is responsible for deployment ofthese dogs in CI/CI ops and other areas. He isresponsible for mgt of dogs.56 Rider He is employed in trg of horses to be trooper horse forissue to the <strong>Army</strong>. He also trains Mules MA and MulesGS for issue to AT Bn/Coy. The Rider apart from trg ofyoung horses/mules impart’s trg/exercise to the GSreserve stock held at Depot. He also impart’s trg tosoldiers in riding at Trg Centre. He is responsible toexercise the stallions in the Deport/Studs10 th 189.60 Race HorseTrainer3474.65


181 2 3 4 5 6 7 857 Farrier Prepares surgical shoes such as double clip half round 5 th 831.60 Farrier 7221.60toe, ant forging hind anti speedy cutting, fore, plain bar,fore shoe, three –quarter bar, fore-shoe, Patten shoerocker bar shoe. In addition, he also makes tools suchas tongs.58 Naik/PostmanBooks Regd SDS Articles380.20 Postman Village 4142.4759 Sep/Packers60 Clk(GD,CST,CSP)Cleaning of Stamps and Seals, Closing and opening ofmail bagsKeeps record of letters, prepares drafts, makesengagements for officers and keeps records of them.Types at the rate of 150 workds in 10 minutes with notmore than 2% errors; drafts and type routinememoranda; be able to use a duplicator and must havea fair knowledge of clerical and accounting dutiesMatric simplepass and passdeptl promotionexam379.10380.10Matric 58381.30Matric 350.10-Mail GuardJamadarHead PostmanPostmanPacker ,handMessenger ofDepartment ofPostsClerk <strong>General</strong>Steno Grapherand typist4142.405132.204142.104142.459322.109151.204190.104111.10320.20 Steno Grapher 4111.10329.90 Steno Grapher 4111.10and Typist341.24 Computer4112.20Operators 340.10 Computer 4114.10320.10 Private Secretary 4115.10330.20 Account Clerk 4121.20330.40 Ledger clerk 4121.40339.20 Audit clerk 4121.50339.30 Clerk costAccounting4121.60


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 961 Deleted Deleted1962 MasterTechnician (AVehicles)63 Technician (SmallArms)(a) Supervises and direct assembling, disassembling,overhaul, repairs and tests of armoured fighting vehicles/motor vehicles/ engineer equipment etc.(b) Examines the vehicles and determines the fault andrepair to be done.(c) Prepares repair estimate and documentationrelated to repairs.(d) Carries out care and maintenance of vehicles.(a) Repairs, assembles, replaces defective parts andall types of small arms.(b) Carries out care, maintenance and preservation ofsmall arms.(c) Adjust accuracy of small arms on testing range andcarry out necessary adjustment for improving accuracy.(d) Carry out test, inspection with guages all types ofsmall arms and certifies this serviceability.10+2, Diploma inAutomobileEngineeringDiploma and CI-I10+2,CI-II &CI-I033.20 Supervisor andForeman, MotorVehicle repairing842.10842.10Armourer,Gun smithFitter Arms7238.207222.8564 MasterTech OptoElectronicsTechnician (OptoElectronics)(a) Supervises assembly and repairing of precisioninstruments and devices.(b) Examines assembly or repair instruments bystandard test adjustment and ensure correct readingand desired performance .(c) Maintains repair /prescribed records and documents.(d) Carries out care and maintenance, preservation ofinstruments10+2, DiplomainInstrument-actionEngineeringDiploma ,& CI-I.10+2, CI-II & CI-I841.15 Supervisor andForeman,PrecisionInstrument MakingNAC InstrumentMechanic7318.10


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 865 (a) MasterTechnician (BVehicle)(b) MasterTechnician (CVehicle). (a) Supervises automobile repairs, overhauls andservicing of motor vehicles.(b) Examines vehicles to ascertain nature and locationof defects either by running engine or driving vehicles onroad.(c) Refers technical manuals and publication andguides replacement or repairs of defective parts.(d) Carries out care and maintenance of vehicles.(e) Prepares repair estimate and documentation/records related to repairs.(a) Supervises repairs, overhauls and services oftracked vehicles, earth moving equipment, generatorsand other engineering equipment.(b) Examines vehicles to ascertain nature and locationof defects either by running engine or testing.(c) Refers technical manuals and publication andguides replacement or repairs defectiveparts/assemblies.(d) Advise care & maintenance of vehicles.(e) Prepares repair estimate and documentation/records related to repairs.10+2, Diploma inMechanical/AutomobileEngineering,Diploma , & CI-I843.30 Supervisor andForeman, MotorVehicle repairing207238.2066 MasterTechnician (Gun)(a) Supervises and guides assembly replacement ofparts and repairs of all type of Guns, mortors, missilesand rockets .(b) Carries out care and maintenance, preservation ofarmament equipment. (c) Adjust accuracy of Gun ontesting range and carry out necessary adjustment forimproving accuracy. (d) Carry out test, inspection withguages of all types of Gun and certifies thisserviceability. (e) Assists suitably qualified officer inaccident investigation of armament.10+2, (a)Diploma inMechanicalEngineering (b)Armament/ProductionTechnology forpurposes ofrecruitment tosubordinate postsand servicesunder the CentralGovt Diploma &CI-II839.10 Armr, Gun SmithFitter Arms7222.85


211 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 967 Draughtsman(Technician)(a) Prepares drawings of machines, plants, mechanicalcomponents, equipment etc.(b) Draws to scale detail drawings, assembly drawings,showing plans, elevations, sectional views etc.(c) Specialist in making drawings of jigs and tools.(d) Trace and makes blueprints.10+2,CI-II & CI-I030.40 D’Man (Mech) 3118.4068 (a) AutoElect (BVeh)(b) AutoElect (AVeh)(a) Repairs, overhauls and services of motor vehicle.(b) Examines vehicle to ascertain nature and locationof defects either by running engine or driving vehicle onroad.(c) Replaces or repairs defective parts of gear box,rear axle, steering mechanism etc.(d) Carries out care and maintenance, of vehicle.(a) Repair and assembles, disassembles, overhauls,and tests armoured fighting vehicle/motorvehicle/engineer equipment.(b) Examines the vehicle and determines the fault andrepair to be done.10+2,CI-II & CL-I851.10855.30ElectricianAutomobileElectrician<strong>General</strong>7241.707137.1069 AutoTechnician (EE)(a) Repairs, overhauls and services tracked vehicles,earth moving equipment, generators and otherengineering equipment.(b) Examines vehicle/equipment to ascertain natureand location of defects either by running engine ortesting.(c) Replaces or repairs defective parts/components ofvehicle/equipment.(d) Advise care & maint of vehicle.10+2,Cl-II & Cl-I845.13843.40NAC MechanicDieselEngine Tester7233.247231.2070 Fitter (OldJob)Armt Tech(AFV/AD)(New Job)(a) Repairs replaces and overhaul wiring, starters,generators, distributors and other electrical equipments.(b) Dismantles and repairs electrical units andcomponents such as generator, distributors etc.(c) Identifies defect and rectifies faults.(d) Carries out care, maint, inspection andpreservation.10+2,Cl-II & Cl-I842.10 Fitter <strong>General</strong> 7233.10


221 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 971 . Grinder Precision- Deleted72 Technician (OptoElectronic)73 MetalSmith(a) Repairs, assembles defective parts of precisioninstruments, day sights and night vision devices.(b) Repair instruments by standard test make,necessary adjustment and ensure correct reading anddesired performance within prescribed limits.(c) Carries out care and maintenance, preservation ofinstrument.(a) Select metal sheet, marks and cuts it and shapesaccordingly to specification/ drawing.10+2,Cl-II & Cl-I10th,Cl-II & Cl-I841.50 NACInstrumentMechanicInstrumentMechanicPrecision873.10 Sheet MetalWorker7311.607311.107213.10(b) Works on both hot metal and cold metal, to givedesigned shapes.74 Moulder- Deleted75 Pattern Maker - Deleted76 RefrigeratorTechnician(a) Checks and repairs simple electrical circuits wiring,diagram and principles of electric motors.(b) Strip down, overhaul and re-assembles valves,simple regulators and control mechanism.(c) Maintain and test pressure and compound gaugesto appreciate correct refrigerant control.(d) Diagnose under capacity are overload locate andrectify faults.10 th ,CI-II & CI-I845.70 Refrigeration &AC mechanic7233.5077 Turner - Merged with ser 7878 Machinist (a) Operates various types of power driven metalcutting or grinding machines for cutting and grindingmetal.(b) Sets machine for stipulated machine operations.Selects machine feed and speed to complete the job.(c) Changes tools, make simple adjustment andmaintain machines by cleaning and oiling.10 th ,CI-II & CI-I835.10 NTC MachinistCompositeNAC MachinistSSP/Miller8211.10


231 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 979 Tool Maker -Deleted80 Technician(Radar)Technician(Communication)(a) Repairs, assembles, replaces of parts and repair ofradar equipment.(b) Carries out care, maintenance, inspection andpreservation of Radar equipment.(c) Carryout specification testing and calibration.(d) Test and locate fault on such electrical transmissionsystem as are on integral part of the main equipment.10+2,CI-II & CI-I854.30854.30854.40RadioTechnicianRadarMechanicRadioMechanic7243.607243.207243.70(a) Repairs and replaces defective parts of Line andRadio equipment.(b) Carries out care, maint, inspection and preservationof Line and Radio equipment.(c) Carryout specification testing and calibration.(d) Test and locate fault on such electrical transmissionsystem as are on integral part of the main equipmentand causes out necessary repairs.81 SupportStaff(EquipmentRepair). (a) Supervises and carry out assembly, replacementparts and repair of radar equipment.(b) Test and locate fault on such electrical transmissionsystem as on integral part of the main equipment.(c) Carryout specification testing and calibration.(d) Carries out care, maint, inspection and preservationof Radar equipment.10+9, Diploma inElectronicsEngineeringDiploma & CI-I796.90 UpholstervehicleCushion MakerMattressMaker(Spring)7437.307437.407437.4582 AutoTechnican(B Vehicle). (a) Repairs, overhauls and services of motor vehicle.(b) Examines vehicle to ascertain nature and locationof defects either by running engine or driving vehicle onroad.(c) Replaces or repairs defective parts of gear box,rear axle, stearing mechanism etc.(d) Carries out care and maintenance, of vehicle.10+2,CI-II & CI-I843.30 Mechanic(Motor Vehicle)7231.10


241 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 983 AutoTechnician(A Vehicle)10+2,CI-II & CI-I7231.107233.24(a) Repair and assembles, disassembles, overhauls, andtests armoured fighting vehicle/motor vehicle/engineerequipment.(b) Examines the vehicle and determines the fault and repairto be done.845.13843.30845.13843.30Mechanic(AutomobileEngine)MechanicalDiesel84 Welder (a) Weld and cut metal parts using gas flame or an electricarc and other sources of heat to melt and cut, or to melt andfuse metal.(b) Join parts at various spots to prevent distortion of shape,form, dimension etc.10 th ,CI-II & CI-I746.10756.20Welder (Gas &Electric)7212.20GROUP X85 Technician(SmallArms)(a) Repairs, assembles, replaces defective parts and alltypes of small arms.(b) Carries out care, maintenance and preservation of smallarms.(c) Adjust accuracy of small arms on testing range and carryout necessary adjustment for improving accuracy.(d) Carry out test, inspection with guages all types of smallarms and certifies this serviceability.10+2,CI-II & CI-I839.10 NAC Fitter 7222.8586 MasterTechnician(Air Frame)87 MasterTechnician(AE)(a) Supervises repairing and overhauling of air crafts andhelicopter and ensures them to be airworthy.(b) Carries out care, maintenance and preservation ofcomponents of air craft and helicopter.(c) Check air craft safety system, structure and repairs ifrequired.(d) Maintains records and documents releated to air craftservicing.(e) Also trains his subordinates.(a) Supervises repairing of air craft and helicopter engines.(b) Checks air craft turbine engine components and powerplant for its air worthiness.(c) Guides fitment of engine assembly and othercomponents.(d) Maintain records and documents of repairs and servicingschedule.(e) Trains his subordinates.10+2,Diploma inMechanicalEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I10+2,Diploma inMechanicalEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I840.30 Supervisor andForemanAircraftrepairing840.30 Supervisor andForemanAircraftrepairing7238.307238.30


251 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 988 MasterTechnician(Avoionics)(a) Supervises and checks repairing, adjustment of avionicssystem of aircraft and helicopter for its air worthiness.(b) Carries out care, maintenance, preservation ofaircraft/helicopter communition system and navigation system.(c) Maintenance records and documents related to air craftservicing.10+2, Diplomain ElectricalEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I- Supervisor andForemanAircraftrepairing7238.3089 MasterTechnicianAvn(Electrical)(e) Also trains his subordinates.(a) Supervises repairing and overhauling of aircraft/helicopter and ensure to be air-worthy.(b) Examines air craft before and after flight and determinesnature of repairs and adjustment to be done.(c) Guides repair of engines, fuselage, landing gears andother major units and electrical sys according to specialization.(d) Maintenance records and documents releated to air craftservicing.(e) Also trains his subordinates.10+2, Diplomain ElectricalEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I- Supervisor andForemanAircraftrepairing7238.3090 MasterTech(Avn/Insp& Photo)91 MasterTechnicianAvn/Armt(a) Supervises, checking, fitting and repairing of aircraft/helicopters performance instruments, Engineperformance instrument Gyroscopic, oxygen and photographicequipment.(b) Maintain, update records and documents related air craftrepair /servicing.(a) Supervises and guides assembly replacement of partsand repairs of all type of armament/communication/rockets etcfitted on aircraft/helicoptor.(b) Carries out care and maintenance, preservation ofarmament equipment.(c) Adjust accuracy of Gun on testing range and carry outnecessary adjustment for improving accuracy.(d) Carry out test, inspection with guages of all types of Gunand certifies this serviceability.10+2, DiplomainInstrumentation Engineering,Diploma &CI-I10+2, Diplomain MechanicalEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I- Supervisor andForemanAircraftrepairing- Supervisor andForemanAircraftrepairing7238.307238.30


261 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 992 MasterTechnician (Networking)(a) Surprises and guides layout and installation of networkingsystem of modification of existing system .(b) Ensures system operates in conformance withspecification .(c) Also does data recovery, networking system installationdefect circuit analysis, repairs and maint of system network .(d) Guides and carries out repairs of computer sys,10+2, Diplomain ElectronicsEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I- SystemAdministrationAssistant3121.1093. MasterTechnician (Elect)peripherals and value added system.(a) Supervises fitting, assembly, installing, checking andrepairing of electric and motor vehicles.(b) Tests complete unit of electric circuit, flow of current asper specifications identify faulty components and guides itsrepairs/replacement.(c) Prepares repair estimates, maintenance records anddocuments related to repair/servicing.(d) Organises training for his subordinates.10+2, Diplomain ElectricalEngineering,diploma & Cl-I850.10 Supervisor andForeman,Electrical &ElectronicEquipment7248.1094. MasterTechnician (GCE)95. MasterTechnician(Communication)(a) Supervises assembly, replacement of parts and repair ofGun Control equipment.(b) Checks complete maintenance for electronic circuit , flowof current as per circuit layout and plan repairs.(c) Carries out care, maint, inspection and preservation ofGun Control equipment.(a) Supervises assembly, replaces parts and repair of lineand radio equipment.(b) Carries out care, maint, inspection and preservation ofline and radio equipment.(c) Carryout specification testing and calibration.(d) Test and locate fault on such electrical transmissionsystem as on integral part of the mainequipment and guides it repairs/replacement.10+2, Diplomain ElectronicsEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I10+2, Diplomain ElectronicsEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I850.10 Supervisor andForeman,Electrical &ElectronicEquipment850.10 Supervisor andForeman,Electrical &ElectronicEquipment7248.107248.10


271 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 996. MasterTechnician (Radar)7248.10(a) Supervises and carry out assembly, replacement partsand repair of radar equipment.(b) Test and locate fault on such electrical transmissionsystem as on integral part of the main equipment.(c) Carryout specification testing and calibration.(d) Carries out care, maint, inspection and preservation ofRadar equipment.97. Tech(Radio)- Merge with ser 9610+2, Diplomain ElectronicsEngineering,Diploma & Cl-I850.10 Supervisor andForeman,Electrical &ElectronicEquipment.AVN TRADES OR ART X ELIG CAT98. Avn Ftr(AirFrame)(a) Checks, repairs, adjusts avionics system of air craft andhelicopters.(b) Carries out care, maintenance, preservation of aircraft/helicopter communication system, navigation system.(c) Maintain records and documents related air craftrepair/servicing.10+2,,CI-I & Cl-I844.20 MechanicAircraftPropeller7232.2099 Avn Ftr(Aero Eng)100. Avn Ftr(Avionics)(a) Performs variety of clerical duties such as maintenanceof records, receipt and despatch of dak, routinecorrespondence, tabulating data, preparing productionschedule, preparing various bills and accounts.(b) May operate office computing and accounting machine.(a) Checks, repairs, adjusts avionics system of air craft andhelicopters.(b) Carries out care, maintenance, preservation of aircraft/helicopter communication system, navigation system.(c) Maintenance records and documents related air craftrepair/servicing.10+2, CI-II &CI-I10+2 CI-II &CI-I844.10 Clk generalData entryMachineOperatorTabulatingMachineOperatorAccounts ClerkBill and acctscollectorStock verifier854.60 Mechanic Aircraft4190.104113.354113.604121.204121.704131.307243.80


281 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101. Avn Ftr(Electrical)(a) Repair/replaces parts/components of starters,generators, distributors and other electrical equipments.(b) Carries out care, maintenance, inspection and10+2 CI-II & CI-I 855.20 ElectricianAircraft7241.60102. Avn Ftr(Insp &Photo)103. Avn Fitter(Armt)preservation.(a) Checking, repairs air craft /helicopters performanceinstruments, engine performance instrument gyroscopic,oxygen and photographic equipment etc.(b) Maintain records and documents related air craftrepair/servicing.(a) Repair/replaces parts/components of all type ofarmament/communication/ rockets etc fitted onaircraft/helicoptor.(b) Carries out care and maintenance, preservation ofarmamentequipment.(c) Carry out necessary adjustment for improvingaccuracy.(d) Carry out test, inspection with guages of all types ofGun and certifies this serviceability.10+2 CI-II & CI-I 844.80 MechanicAircraft(a) Repair/replacesparts/components of alltype ofarmament/communication/ rockets etc fitted onaircraft/helicoptor.(b) Carries out careand maintenance,preservation ofarmament equipment.(c) Carry out necessaryadjustment for improvingaccuracy.(d) Carry out test,inspection with guagesof all types of Gun andcertifies thisserviceability.10+2 CI-II & CI-INACFitter7232.207222.85104 DriverMotor Tpt)Drives army trucks and/or lorries of capacity up to fivetons on any class of road or across country by day andby night. Can drive with attached trailers or vehiclesundertow or vehicles with other in tow. Understandsworking of four stroke engines and transmissionsystems. Carries out maintenance tasks and canprepare an accident report. Knows provisions of Motorvehicles Acts.10+2 Diploma Diplomain ElectronicsEngineering ,& CI-I- Driver FirDriver BusVehDriverTruck8323.408323.308324.10


291 2 3 4 5 6 7 8105..DriverSpecialVeh icle106 AutoElectrician(AFV)(a) Supervises and checks repairing, adjustment ofavionics system of aircraft and helicopter for its airworthiness.(b) Carries out care, maintenance, preservation ofaircraft/helicopter communition system and navigationsystem.(c) Maintenance records and documents releated to aircraft servicing.(e) Also trains his subordinates.(a) Repairs replaces and overhaul wiring, starters,generators, distributors and other electrical equipments.(b) Dismantles and repairs electrical units andcomponents such as generator, distributors etc.(c) Identifies defect and rectifies faults.(d) Carries out care, maint, inspection andpreservation.107. Limb(a) Makes and repairs artificial limbs and otherMakerorthopaedic appliances according to priscription.(M&W) (b) Cuts and fashions devices from material, such asmetal, plastic and leather, using weldingequipment, forge awaiting machine.(c) May harness devices to limbs or stumps.108. Limb Maker (SL &F) - Merge with ser 107109. Clerk (SD) (a) Performs variety of clerical duties such asmaintenance of records, receipt and despatch of dak,routine correspondence, tabulating data, preparingproduction schedule, preparing various bills andaccounts.(b) May operate office computing and accountingmachine.10+2 Diploma Diplomain ElectronicsEngineering, & CI-I- Supervisor andForemanAircraftrepairing10=2 CI-II & CI-I 855.30 Electrician,Automobile10 th , CI-II & CI-I 841.80 ArtificialLimbmaker10=2 CI & CI-I 350.10 Clerk<strong>General</strong>7238.307241.707311.754190.10


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8110. OperatorandDriver(Recovery)(a) Operates heavy cranes/lift operated mechanical orhydraulicaly crane to lift, carry and heavyobjects from one place to another.(b) Uses cranes and recovery vehicle toextricate/evalute vehicles/equipment/objects afteraccidents. Assists in disaster management.10 th , CI-II & CI-I 973.15 CraneOperator308333.14111. Technician (GCE)112. Technician (Comn)113 PhysicalTrainingInstructor. (a) Repairs, assembles, replaces defective parts andrepair of Gun Control equipment.(b) Carries out care, maint, inspection andpreservation of Gun Control equipment.(c) Checks complete maintenance for electronic circuit, flow of current as per circuit layout and carries outrepairs.(a) Repairs and replaces defective parts of Line andRadio equipment.(b) Carries out care, maint, inspection and preservationof Line and Radio equipment.(c) Carryout specification testing and calibration.(d) Test and locate fault on such electrical transmissionsystem as are on integral part of the main equipmentand causes out necessary repairs.Instructs classes and individuals in remedial exercises,swimming, boxing and wrestling, rifle exercises (physicaltraining for weapon training), minor games, climbing,heaving, balance horse, work and ground workexercises, athletics (methods of teaching, coaching andrunning, athletic meetings), swimming (life saving andimprovised aids to crossing water obstacles) and closecombat. Passes gymnastic 3 rd class test. Passes testsin umpiring/referring games/ sports.10+2, CI-II & CI-I NACMechanic10+2, CI-II & CI-I 856.20 NACMechanic(Radio &TV)Matric 193.60193.30193.40193.70PhysicalTrgInstructorAthleticCoachInstructorSportsCoachInstructorUmpire,Referee(Sports)7243.107243.607244.203475.153475.403475.453475.60


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8114 JuniorForman of Sigs is converted from392.203132.60Network TechnicianElectronicEngineer392.103132.55(JE NE)850.207248.20system/Technician Electronic Radiocategory. He is responsible to carryout first line repair of Signalequipment and manage/supervise allnetworks31Matric withScience,Mathematics andEnglish (Civil)TechnicianElectronicSystem/TechnicianElectronic RadioClass-II obtainedminimum 60%marks (<strong>Army</strong>)851.10854.30854.40856.10859.40859.20859.20854.90Station Technical AssistantOverseas CommunicationStation Officer, OverseasCommunicationEngineering SupervisorTelephone and TelegraphElectrician <strong>General</strong>Radio Technician (RadioManufacturing)Radio Mechanic and RadioRepairInstallation MechanicTelephone and TelegraphInspector, Assembly(Telephone and Telegraph(Mfg)Wiring Inspector and Tester(Telephone and Telegraph)Senior Functional (TelephoneEquipment Manufacturing)Electronics, TechnicianTechnicianTelecommunicationTesting TelegraphistTelegraph Traffic Inspector7137.107243.607243.707244.107249.407249.307249.103114.103114.207244.507242.107243.108283.20Electronic Fitter <strong>General</strong>Electronic MechanicElectronic EquipmentMechanicAssembly Operator(Telephone and Telegraph)Assembly Operator (RadioManufacturing)8283.307244.20Mechanic , Telephone andTelegraph Maintenance


321 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9115 JuniorSystemEngineer(JE Sys)Yeoman of Signals is converted fromOperator communication centerscategory. He is responsible for supervising thefunctioning of communication centers,including Electronic private automatic branchexchangeMatric withScience,Mathematics andEnglish (Civil)OperatorCommunicationCentre Class-Iobtainedminimum 60%Marks (<strong>Army</strong>)392.10392.30392.60369.80251.20361.70361.65361.60361.50361.35361.30392.20320.10322.10391.10391.20390.30390.20390.10392.40399.90861.20323.20323.10Station Officer OverseasCommunicationWireless OperatorControl Tower Operator(Aerodrome)Telephone InspectorOperationalTelephone Operator –PBX.Supervisor WirelessMonitor TelephoneSupervisor TelephoneInspector Telegraph,Messenger TelegraphSupervisor TelegraphTelegraph Master ControllerTelegraphStation Technical AssistantOverseas CommunicationTypistTeleprinter OperatorTelegraphistTelegraphist OverseasTelephone OperatorTelephone Operator LocalTelephone Operator(Trunk/Public Service)Radio Operator shipGummer Teleprinting,Telegraph & related telecomOperatorRadio Operator, BroadcastingStation, Assistant EngineeringBroadcasting stationVerifying machine OperatorKey/Card Punch Operator3132.553132.653132.763114.401226.404142.304142.254142.204142.151226.851226.843132.604111.304112.103132.813132.824222.304222.204222.103132.709151.803132.304113.204113.10


331 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9116 Operator392.30 Wireless Operator3132.65SpecialSignals390.30 Telephone Operator Exchange4222.30Operator Special Signals areresponsible for operatingspecialized digital radio sets,telephone exchanges. They areposted to Wireless Experimentalunits for counter electronic warfaretasks and to formation signal unitsfor intelligence section signalsecurity taskMatric withScience,Mathematics,English (Civil)OperatorCommunicationCentre Cl-III(<strong>Army</strong>)390.20390.10391.20391.10392.60392.40399.90350.10322.10321.10323.20323.10349.90861.20361.70361.65361.60361.50361.35361.10392.10392.20Telephone Operator localTelephone Operator Trunk (Public Service)Telegraphist OverseasTelegraphistControl Tower Operator(Aerodrome)Radio Operator ShipTelephone, Telegraph Related TelecomOperatorTelegraph Clerk Verifying Operator MachineTeleprinter OperatorTypistVerifying OperatorKey/Card Punch OperatorComputing Machine OperatorRadio Operator Broadcasting StationSupervisor WirelessMonitor TelephoneSupervisor Telephone EngineeringSupervisor PhoneInspector Telegraph MessengerSupervisor TelegraphTelegraph Master Controller TelegraphStation Officer OverseasStation Technical Assistant OverseasCommunication4222.204222.103132.823132.813132.763132.709151.304190.104112.104111.304113.204113.104114.203132.304142.304142.254142.204142.151226.851226.843132.553132.60


341 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9117 OperatorCipherThis Trade is involved in encodingand decoding of classifiedmessages. They are speciallytrained in use of cryptology. Withthe increasing use of computers inencoding of messages, they aretrained in cyber cryptologyMatric withScienceMathematicsand English(Civil) OperatorCommunication-on-centreClass-III (<strong>Army</strong>)302.10321.10350.10355.10390.30390.20390.10391.20391.10392.60392.30392.40399.90350.10349.90323.20323.10322.10861.20361.70361.65361.60361.50361.35361.30392.10392.20Office Asst, Senior ClerkTypistClerk <strong>General</strong>Coding Clerk (Clerk crypto)Telephone Operator (PBX)Telephone (Local)Telephone Operator Trunk (Public Service)Telegraphist overseasTelegraphistControl Tower Operator(Aerodrome)Wireless OperatorRadio Operator ShipGummer TeleprintingTelegraph Clerk (Clerk <strong>General</strong>)Computing Machine OperatorVerifying OperatorKey/Card Punch OperatorTeleprinter OperatorRadio Operator, Broadcasting StationSupervisor WirelessMonitor TelephoneSupervisor TelecommunicationEngineering SupervisorInspector Telegraph MessengerSupervisor TelegraphTelegraph Master, Controller MasterStation Officer , Overseas CommunicationStation Technical Assistant OverseasCommunication3431.304111.304190.204211.404222.304222.204222.103132.823132.813132.763132.653132.709151.804190.204114.204113.204113.104112.103132.304142.304142.254142.204142.151226.851226.843132.553132.60


351 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9118 OperatorRadio andKey BoardOperator Radio and Keyboardmans the hub of communicationnetwork, He is responsible foroperating Radio sets, TelephoneExchanges and valve addedservices such as Telex, Fax andComputers. The mobile Radionetwork in the peace and battleforward area are also beingmanned by operator Radio andKey boardMatric withScience,Mathematicsand English(Civil)Operatorcommunicationcentre class-III(<strong>Army</strong>)321.10322.10391.10391.20392.30861.20392.30390.30390.20390.10392.60392.40399.90323.20323.10350.10361.70361.65361.60361.50361.35361.30392.20392.10TypistTeleprinter OperatorTelegraphistTelegraphist OverseasWireless OperatorRadio Operator, Broadcasting StationWireless OperatorTelephone Operator ExchangeTelephone Operator (Local)Telephone Operator (Trunk/Public Service)Control Tower Operator (Aerodrome)Radio Operator ShipGummer Teleprinting, Wireless operatorshipVerifying Machine OperatorKey/Card Punch OperatorTelegraph ClerkSupervisor WirelessMonitor TelephoneSupervisor TelephoneInspector Telegraph MessengerSupervisor TelegraphTelegraph Master, ControllerTelegraphStation Officer, Overseas CommunicationStation Technical Assistant over seascommunication4111.304112.103132.813132.823132.653132.303132.704222.304222.204222.103132.763132.709151.804113.204113.104190.204142.304142.254142.204142.151226.851226.843132.603132.55392.203132.60


361 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9119 Operator He is responsible for operating Matric with 321.104111.30Communic Radio Sets, TelephoneScience, 322.104112.10ationExchanges, valve added services Mathematics 391.103132.81Centre such as Telex, Fax, Computer and and English3132.82391.20the mobile radio network in peace (Civil)4222.30locations/battle areas390.304222.20390.204222.10390.10120 OperatorRadio &Line.He is responsible for operatingRadio set, Exchanges, Telex, Faxand networks in the battle andforward areasMatric withScience,Mathematicsand English(civil)361.70361.65361.60361.50361.35361.30392.20392.10392.30391.10390.30861.20390.20390.10391.20392.60392.40361.70361.65361.60361.50361.35392.10392.20361.30TypistTeleprinter OperatorTelegraphistTelegraphist OverseasTelephone Operator ExchangeTelephone Operator LocalTelephone Operator(Trunk/Public service)Public Service Supervisor WirelessMonitor TelephoneSupervisor TelephoneInspector Telegraph MessengerSupervisor TelegraphTelephone Master, Controller TelegraphStation Technical AssistantStation Officer, Overseas CommunicationWireless OperatorTelegraphistTelephone Operator (PBX)Radio Operator, Broadcasting stationTelephone Operator LocalTelephone Operator Trunk/Public ServiceTelegraphist OverseasController Tower Operator (Aerodrome)Radio Operator ShipSupervisor WirelessMonitor TelephoneSupervisor TelephoneInspector TelegraphSupervisor TelegraphStation Officer, Overseas CommunicationStation Officer Technical AssistantTelegraph Master, Controller Telegraph4142.304142.254142.204142.151226.851226.843132.603132.553132.653132.814222.303132.304222.204222.103132.823132.763132.704142.304142.254142.204142.151226.853132.553132.601226.84


371 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9121 TechnicianElectronicRadio/RadioMechanicMatric withScience,Mathematicsand English(civil)854.40854.30853.50859.60859.907243.707243.608283.307249.507241.20He is responsible for Engineeringof communication links andhandling state of the art equipmentlike multiplexers and secrecydevices. They are alsoresponsible for maintaining staticmicrowave network, satelliteterminals digital troop terminalsand computer networks032.20032.40032.90852.10852.20854.20854.90Radio Mechanic, Radio RepairRadio Technician, Radio ManufacturingAssembly Operator (Radio Mfg)Battery Servicing man, Battery RepairerElectrical Fitter and Related ElectronicTechnicianTechnician TelecommunicationElectrical and Electronic TechnicianElectronic Fitter, GenTelevision Service and Repair ManRadio MechanicOperator Public Address Equipment3114.103113.107242.107243.107243.507243.70862.303132.50122. TechnicianElectronicSystem/LineMechanicHe is responsible for Engineeringof communication links andhandling state of art equipment likemultiples and secrecy devices.They are also responsible formaintaining static microwavenetwork, satellite terminals, digitaltropo terminals and computernetworksMatric withScience,Mathematicsand English(Civil)032.20032.40032.90856.30856.20856.10856.90852.10852.20853.40859.20859.30859.40399.30399.10862.30Electronic TechnicianTechnician TelecommunicationTechnician Teleprinter MechanicMaintenance Mechanic Telephone andTelegraphInstallation Mechanic (Telephone andTelegraph)Telephone and Telegraph Installingrepairing OperativeElectronic Fitter GenElectronic MechanicAssembly Operator (Telephone andTelegraph Equipment)Senior Functioned (Telephone equipmentManufacturing)Wiring Inspector and Bank Tester(Telephone and Telegraph)Inspector Assembly (Telephone and TesterEquipment Mfg)Carrier AttendantTesting TelegraphistOperator Public Address Equipment3114.103114.207244.307244.207244.107244.907242.107243.108283.207249.107249.307249.407244.707244.503132.50


381 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9123 Electrical851.10 Electrician <strong>General</strong>7137.10FitterSignals855.30 Electrician Automobile7241.70This trade operates and maintainsgenerating and charging sets andalso carries out first line repair tothe equipment. He is trained induties of Driver Military TransportClass-I and has skills to driveheavy specialist vehicles.Matric withScience,Mathematicsand English(civil)859.60986.60986.55859.90Battery Serviceman, ChargerDriver TruckDriver BusElectrical Fitter and Related ElectronicWorker7249.508324.208323.307241.20859.65857.10032.10Battery RepairerLineman Light and PowerTechnician Electrical Engineering8282.307245.103113.10124 Draughtsman(Signals)He is trained in preparing clothmodels and drawing sketches ondrawing/tracing papers. They canalso produce blue prints of a givendrawing. They are responsible formaintenance of Signals OperationRoomMatric (civil) 030.30 Draughtsman, Electrical 3118.30125. Line TestRecorderHe is responsible for testing ofmedia underground jelly filledcable, Optical fiber cables etc incommunication networks by use ofmodern test equipmentMatric (civil)LinemenField/Permanent line class-III(<strong>Army</strong>)399.20850.30857.30369.75369.80850.20369.70Fault Controller TelephoneSub Inspector, Telephone and TelegraphJointer, Telephone and TelegraphLine Inspector, Telephone and TelegraphTelephone InspectorEngineering Supervisor (Telephone andTelegraph)Contract Officer Telephone EngineeringSupervisor Phone (Outdoor)7244.607248.307245.203114.303114.407248.201226.70


391 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9126. DispatchRiderThis is a Signals trade responsiblefor prompt delivery of mail andmessages from Signal Centre tovarious subscribers using motorcycle and light vehicles .When thecommunications are disrupted heis responsible to carry line traffic ofhigh precedence as couriersMatric (civil) 381.20986.40986.80986.45381.10389.20389.30354.20843.60351.10369.60369.90369.67360.10Dispatch RiderDriver CarDriver Auto rickshawDriver Taxi CarTelegraph MessengerMail CarrierRunner MailTime Keeper, Starter(Motor Tpt)Mechanic, Motor CycleStore KeeperTraffic Inspector Motor TransportTransport and Communication SupervisorGoods Supervisor, Road TransportStation Master Roadways8321.208322.108321.108322.208322.209151.659151.704190.707231.504131.101226.173115.501226.541226.15127. LinemanField128 LinemanPermanentA Signals trade responsible forestablishing out doorplants/communication network bylaying field jelly filed undergroundcables and optical fiber cable. Heis responsible for testingmaintenance and fault rectificationof outdoor plantsA Signals trade responsible forestablishing outdoorplants/communication network bylaying field cable permanent linesand optical fiber cable. He is alsoresponsible for testingmaintenance and fault rectificationof permanent line routesMatric (Civil) 857.30857.20857.10399.20369.75369.70369.80850.30850.20Matric (Civil) 857.30857.20857.10399.20369.75369.70369.80850.30850.20Cable Jointer, Telephone Telegraph CableJointerLineman Telephone and TelegraphLineman, Light & PowerFault Controller TeleLine Inspector, Telegraph and TelephoneContract Officer Telephone EngineeringTelephone InspectorSub Inspector, Telephone and TelegraphEngineering Supervisor Telephone andTelegraphCable Jointer, Telephone and TelegraphLineman, Telephone and TelegraphLineman, Light and PowerFault Controller TelephoneLine Inspector, Telegraph and TelephoneContract Officer TelephoneTelephone InspectorSub Inspector, Telephone and TelegraphEngineering Supervisor Telephone andTelegraph7245.207244.407245.107244.603114.301226.703114.407248.307248.207245.207244.407244.603144.203114.301226.703114.407248.307248.20


401 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9129. WaiterWaiters and bartenders serve food VIII(Civil) 521.40 Butlers5123.10Mess/Stew and beverages in commerciallyBearers5123.30ardoperated dining and drinking laces,521.90 Waitersclubs , institutions and canteens5123.40and on board ships130. PersonalAssistant(PA) :Handles correspondence andengagements of Senior Officers.Can take dictation in English for aperiod of 10 minutes at an averagespeed of 100 words per minuteand type from shorthand scriptwithin a period of fifty minutes withnot more than 3% errors.Clerk <strong>General</strong>Duties Class 2.Clerk <strong>General</strong>Duties (StaffDuties) Class2. and recruitEducation :<strong>Army</strong> SpecialClassCertificate ofEducation orMatriculation.320.10320.20321.10Private secretary Personal AssistantStenographer/Typist4115.104111.104111.30131. - Catering Working Proprietor, Lodging andCatering Services plans,organizes,Co-ordinates andcontrols operations of organizationor est wholly or party owned byhim and engaged in serving food,drinks and beverages andproviding lodging and campingfacilities to public included are1217.10


411 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9132. Petroleum Receives into and issues petrol Lower category 430.40 Petrol Pump Attendant also eligible for 5220.45Mechanic and lubricants from tanks and of Recruitgeneral jobs indicated at Appendix ‘A’(formerly keeps account of quantitiesDipperhandled. Loads and dischargesChecker) tanker ships, barges, rail tank cars,and road tank wagons. Takessamples of products from storagestanks and readings oftemperatures and specific gravity,and calculates applicablevolumetric corrections forvariations in temperatures. Hasknowledge of valves, valvemanifolds, pumps, storage tanks,and preparation of lines forpumping operations. Is able togauge ships, tanks and readcalibration charts of storage tanks.133. Steward (Waiter Mess) Waitersand bartenders serve food andbeverages in commerciallyoperated dining and drinking laces,clubs , institutions and canteensand on board ships134. EducationInstructor: Instructs and organizes classesfor <strong>Army</strong> Ist Class Certificate ofEducation, <strong>Army</strong> 2 nd Class EnglishCertificate and Hindi in <strong>Army</strong> 3 rdClass Certificate of Education. Isqualified in methods of instruction,Teaches mathematics, sciencehistory, geography, citizenship,Hindi, English and map reading tosoldiers.BA/B Com/BSC521.40 Waiter; Bearer (Institutional)5123.40521.90 Stewards (house)5121.30153.10 Primary Teacher 3312.10


421 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9135. EducationInstructor(Special)(a) AEC Instructor (Group X) :- MA or BA withB.EdSenior Secondary and Secondary SchoolTeacher, Arts.2320.10Teaches one or moreacademic subjects such asEnglish, Hindi, Geography,Political Science, PublicAdministration,Physics,Chemistry, Mathematics as perCBSE curriculum to students ofClass IX, X, XI & XII atCorps/Command HRDCs.Prepare and delivers lectures,assist students in co-curricularactivities, sets examination papers,conducts examinations, supervisespractical work. Manages Library,Laboratory, Resource Room andequipment, In charge of hostelsetc. Conducts Map Reading-1 ,<strong>Army</strong> Certificate of Education-1,<strong>Army</strong> English Certificate-1 classes.M Com or BCom with B.EdMSc.MCA orBSc/BCA withB.EdBA/B Com/BSc/MCASenior Secondary and Secondary SchoolTeacher, Commerce.Senior Sec and Sec Sch Teacher,Science.Middle School Teacher2320.152320.123311.10(b)AEC Instructor (Group Y):-Teaches classes in particularsubject area such as Science/Artssubject to the students ofSecondary School examination asper CBSE curriculum at Corps/Division/Brigade HRDCs.Conducts test, superviseexamination, maintains student’srecords, In charge of stores, lab,hostel etc. Conduct Map Reading-2, <strong>Army</strong> Certificate of Education-2,<strong>Army</strong> English Certificate-2 classes.Degree inSpecifiedLanguageLanguage Teacher, Senior Secondary andSecondary School Teacher.


(c)Y):-AEC Instructor (Group X orTeaches foreign/regionallanguages at AEC TrainingCollege & Centre, Pachmarhi andat Corps/Command HRDCsincluding script, spelling syntax,grammar & pronunciation of thelanguage. Also conduct exam forthe same.(d) Unit Education Instructor(UEI) :-Teaches students ofprimary or elementary school inregional language or English/Hindiin all subjects at regimentalHRDCs at unit level. TeachesMap Reading-3, <strong>Army</strong> Certificateof Education-3, <strong>Army</strong> EnglishCertificate-3 to students, allots andcorrects homework, conducts andassists tests, maintains studentsrecords, conduct sports and extracurricular activities.10+2 withDiploma inTeaching/10 thwith art inTeachingsPrimary School Teacher 3312.10


1REVISION OF DIRECTORY OF EQUATIONOF SERVICE TRADES WITH CIVILTRADESAND GUIDE TO REGISTRATION OFDEFENCE SERVICE APPLICANTSFOR EMPLOYMENT-REG1. Reference Min of Labour & Employment letter No DGE&T-5/1/2007-V/G/01 dated 04 Apr 12.PUC2. Draft Directory of Equation of <strong>Army</strong> <strong>Trades</strong> with Civil <strong>Trades</strong> isplaced opposite for perusal and approval of Dir MT-11 please.Dir MT-11(PP Singh)Lt ColGSO-1 MT-11Apr 12


DRAFTDIRECTORY OF EQUATION OF ARMYTRADES WITH CIVIL TRADES

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