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Process to fill 866 vacancies of Veterinary Inspectors, 97 Junior Coaches & 5 Election Kannungos initiated: Raman Behl

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Chandigarh, June 12, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
The Subordinate Services Selection Board, Punjab has started a process to fill 866 vacancies of Veterinary Inspector, 97 posts of Junior Coaches and 5 vacancies of Election kannungo in Punjab Government.

Disclosing this here today, Chairman, Subordinate Services Selection Board, Mr. Raman Bahl said that board members has given its consent to start the recruitment process on June 11, 2021 and advertisements will be given in staggered manner.

He further said that under the able guidance of Captain Amarinder Singh all the process to be conducted in fair and transparent manner, the Board would carry out videography and also install jammers and biometric technology and recruitment will be done purely on merit based.

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