HRTC Recruitment 2015 – Himachal HRTC Women Driver Posts, 101 Vacancy

Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC)
HRTC Latest Recruitment 2015
  • Applications invited for 101 Posts of Woman Drivers 
HRTC Recruitment 2015 – Himachal Road Transport Corporation Women Driver Posts, 101 vacancies: Notification Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC), Shimla has issued notification for the recruitment of  101 Women Driver vacancies on contract basis. Eligible and interested candidates may apply through prescribed application format before 30-10-2015 till 05:00 PM. Candidates are advised to read carefully Official Notification before submission of application of HP Women Driver Recruitment October 2015.

HRTC Women Driver Vacancy 2015 Details :

Post Name : Women Driver | Total 101 Posts

Qualification : 10th class from recognized by Himachal Pradesh Board with Heavy Transport Vehicle (HTV) valid license.

Age Limit : 18 to 45 years as on 01-01-2015. 5 years of age relaxation is given for SC & ST candidates.  

Application Fee : Rs.200/- Cash with requesting letter to be submitted in relevant Divisional/ Regional Offices.

Selection Procedure : Selection will be based on Interview.

Last Date for Receipt of Application: 30.10.2015 till 05:00 pm.

How to Apply : Candidates those who are interested required to Download the Application form through HRTC Official website, take print out, Apply with name, address, date of birth, qualification, etc. and send it along with required documents to the following address : / address given in notification.
Regional Manager, 
Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC), 
Shimla-171 003.

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HRTC History : At the time of Independence, Himachal was formed as a "C" class State by merger of 33 hilly States of North-Western Himalayas on 15th April, 1948. Passenger and goods services were nationalized in the Pradesh in July, 1949. During the year 1958, a Corporation, "Mandi-Kullu Road Transport Corporation" was floated jointly by the Govt. of Punjab, Himachal and Railways under the Road Transport Corporation Act, 1950 basically to operate on the joint routes in the States of Punjab and Himachal. With the re-organization of Punjab State in 1966, few hilly areas of Punjab were merged in Himachal and operational areas of Mandi-Kullu Road Transport Corporation came entirely in the expanded State of Himachal. On 02.10.1974, Himachal Govt. Transport was merged with Mandi-Kullu Road Transport Corporation and was renamed what even today is known as Himachal Road Transport Corporation.