Government of Pakistan PAKISTAN ORDNANCE FACTORIES WAH CANTT WANTED FOR PAKISTAN ORDNANCE FACTORIES
POF Training Scheme Pakistan Ordinance Factories Wah Cantt Jobs 2016
Applications are invited from (male/female) citizens of Pakistan for the engagement of 150 Artisans for Batch No. 51 (2nd Phase) under ‘ARTISAN TRAINING SCHEME’. Selected candidates will undergo training in Pakistan Ordnance Factories Institute of Technology, WAH CANTT, as per provision of Apprentice Ordinance, 1962. Vacancies are distributed as under:-
Total = 150
Seats Punjab =60
i) Qualification – Matric with Science (Minimum 2nd Division)
ii) Age – 17 to 21 years as on 30-04-2016.
iii) Duration of Training – 1-1/2 years
PAYMENT OF STIPEND DURING TRAINING
i) During 1st semester (06 months) 50 % of BPS-5 (Rs.3493/p.m)
ii) During 2nd semester (06 months) 60 % of BPS-5 (Rs.4191/p.m)
iii) During 3rd semester (06 months) 80 % of BPS-5 (Rs.5588/p.m)
TERMS & CONDITIONS
a) Affidavit Fresh Entrants after their selection as Artisan will submit an affidavit on stamp paper valuing (Rs.100/-) duly signed by his surety to complete his training satisfactorily.
b) Employment It shall not be obligatory for POF Managementto offer the job to all apprentices. However successful apprentices may be absorbed in POF subject to availability of posts, with an undertaking that they will have to serve POF, if job is offered to them.
c) Bond Deed The Artisans, who will be offered the job as per need of POF after successful completion of their training, will have to execute the prescribed bond to serve thereafter in POF for a minimum period of 6 years. In case of leaving they will have to refund all the amount spent on theirtraining including penalty of Rs.50,000/-
Hostel accommodation will be provided to selected candidates on demand, upon availability on first come first serve basis.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS
i) Applications may be submitted online on the proforma available on our website www.pof.gov.pk latest by 30-04-2016.
ii) By post applications will not be entertained.
Last Date — 30 April 2016