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PSSSB to fill 25 posts of Food Safety Officers

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Chandigarh, January 21, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)

Punjab State Subordinate Services Selection Board has invited applications from the eligible candidates to fill 25 posts of Food Safety Officers in the Health and Family Welfare Department.

Disclosing this here, the official spokesperson of the Board said that group-C posts of 10300-34800 +4200 grade pay Scale are to be filled under direct recruitment quota. He said that basic pay/DC salary, with no allowance, will be applied during the probation period.

He further said that application submission process started from January 20 and will take place up till February 10, 2020 up to 5 pm and eligible candidates can apply online on www.punjabsssb.gov.in, besides getting more information related to the recruitment.

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