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  • Beware of Fake Application Forms

    By SarkariNaukri Blog → 22 October, 2007
    Beware of fake forms

    Some of you have gone to your local News Paper vendor to purchase and fill the Application form for a particular Government Job. But you may not be aware that these forms are fake and some big racket is working behind this. Sine these application forms have cost only Rs.3-5, nobody complaints and problem of fake form continues. Today, this problem is highlighted by new item in almost all the News Paper published from Delhi. I am repoducing the article published in
    'The Econimic Times' .

    THEY are available with any pavement vendor or a roadside bookstall ranging from Rs 5 to Rs 10 and opening a possible window of a precious job that the thousands of jobless are dreaming to get. Thousands of such gullible are, however, being defrauded thanks to the thriving market for recruitment forms issued by government agencies and being printed and published in hundreds by frauds.

    The Delhi Police seems to be totally unaware of the whole scam. “We do not have any complaints as such, but we can look into this,” said Delhi Police spokesperson Rajan Bhagat. “Recently I purchased a form for the post of deputy field officer for cabinet secretariat, government of India. But I was taken aback when I checked it with the Employment News. The form was fake; it had incomplete, inaccurate and misleading information,” said Rajeev Ranjan, an aspirant for government job.

    Dara Singh also has a similar story to tell. The form for the post of junior intelligence officer in the intelligence bureau, ministry of home affairs (MHA) does not have any of the essential details as regards the qualification, he said. “The form was actually for the motor transport, grade-II (motor driver) post. It required possession of a valid driving license for motor cars alongwith a mandatory three-year driving experience of motor cars,” he added, “Which wasn’t published with the form.” Instead, the advertisement in the form mentioned matriculation as the only eligibility criteria against the essential qualification for the post. None of the other important details were there in the advertisement.

    There are various other forms of different departments or organisations, both private and government, sold in the open market at bookstalls and corner-stores with incomplete and inaccurate details relating to the post and performa of the application form, thus robbing the candidate of their money. “The details given in the form advertisement are false. These publishers are very shrewd,” said Munna Kumar, a postgraduate, who is also a job aspirant. “The most important information or instruction relating to the post and vacancy is either deliberately not published or if published, then in such a way so that any candidature who goes through the advertisement is lured at once, at the very first sight to buy the form,” he added.

    But when they cross-check it with the original advertisement, they find themselves helpless. The forms are never returned or taken back by the form-sellers and in the way the motive of quick money generation of these elements through fake form sales is easily met.

    The owner of the aforesaid form publisher (Rajat Printers and Publishers), Suraj Singhal, when contacted, first tried to pass on the blame to some other publisher, but finally admitted his fault and plead guilty on account of ignorance of the actual (original) details of the vacancy. “I am a semi-literate person. I do have much of the details of the genuine advertisement and there might have been cases like this,” he admitted. The publishers estrange themselves from all these by simply mentioning a sentence declaring themselves not responsible for any of the mistake or inaccuracy, whatsoever.

    These are few of the cases from Delhi and NCR, but the fate and magnitude of this scam is very large on an all-India basis. Most of the smaller towns, villages and districts in the country are a part of this organised illegal syndicate. The racket largely goes unnoticed because of the cost of the form as nobody bothers to lodge a complaint of cheating with the police for the small amount of money involved and as such this trade is gaining grounds in unknown territories.

    This is the reason that I always try to give a either a link to the Application form or a scanned copy of Application Form, so that you should get actual copy only. Beware of Fake Forms.
  • Recruitment in AAI Kolkata

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    NSCBI Airpoirt, Kolkata - 700052

    Last date for receipt of application : 05/11/2007

    Applications strictly as per the prescribed format are invited from the candidates meeting the following job specifications and age below 30 years as on 31.08.2007 except Sl. Nos. 9 & 10 for the following posts :

    1. Senior Assistant (Medical) : 01 posts (UR), Qualification : 10+2 with Diploma (3+1 = 4years) in Nursing and Midwifery with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline.
    2. Senior Assistant (Steno) : 06 posts (UR-05,SC-01), Qualification : Graduate with 80 words per minute in English Stenography and 40 words per minute in Manual Typewriting and Computer proficiency with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline.
    3. Senior Assistant (Accounts) : 01 post (OBC/PH - 01), Qualification : Graduate, preferably B.Com. with Computer training Course of 3 to 6 months with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline.
    4. Assistant (Hostess) : 03 posts (UR - 01, SC-01, UR/PH - 01) (Only for Females) Qualification : : Graduate with Computer knowledge subject to Audition & Trade test with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline (Speaking knowledge of local language is essential).
    5. Assistant (Telephones) : 01 post (UR - 01), Qualification : Graduate with related trade certificate with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline.
    6. Assistant (Office) : 12 posts (UR - 07, SC - 02 & OBC -03), Qualification : Graduate with typing speed of 40 w.p.m. in manual typewriting & Computer knowledge with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline subject to Trade test.
    7. Junior Assistant (ACR) : 04 posts (UR - 01 & OBC - 03) : 10th pass, ITI in Air Conditioning/Refrigeration with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline.
    8. Junior Assistant (Wireman) : 05 posts (UR-01,OBC-04), Qualification : 10th pass, ITI in related trade (Wireman) with minimum 02 (two) years relevant experience in the concerned discipline.
    9. Junior Attendant (House-keeping) : 53 posts (SC-20, ST-08, OBC -15) : 8th preferably 10th pass. Age below 27 years as on 31.08.2007.
    10. Junior Attendant (Airport) : (UR -04,SC - 01, OBC - 03) : 8th preferably 10th pass, knowledge of related trade. Age below 27 years as on 31.08,2007.
    11. Junior Assistant (Fire & Rescue Operator) : 18 posts (UR - 11 & SC - 07), Qualification : Passed 10+2 or equivalent examination of recognized I Board. Should possess valid Heavy Duty Vehicle Driving Licence as per Motor Vehicles Act. No. of posts can increase/decrease.

    Physical standard [Only for Junior Assistant (Fire & Rescue Operator)] : Physique: Good, Minimum Height - 167 ems, Minimum Weight - 55 kgs, .Chest - normal before expansion - 81 cms., Minimum expansion ­5 ems. Eye sight - distant vision - 6/6 with each eye without glasses. near vision - N-5 with each eye without glasses (visual evaluation is for each eye individually). Colour vision - should be normal as determined by Ischihara's charts. Night blindness-absent. Field of vision - Each eye should have full field of vision as determined by confrontation test. Hearing - normal, Speech - normal and refractive error - No refractive error is acceptable.

    Pay Scales :

    1. Scale of pay for posts Sl. Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (Rs.6300-12060/-)
    2. Scale of pay for post at Sl. No.4, 5 & 6 (Rs. 5800 - 10960/-)
    3. Scale of Pay for posts at Sl. Nos. 9 & 10 (Rs. 4400 - 6920/-)
    4. Scale of pay for posts at Sl. Nos. 7, 8 & 11 (Rs. 5500-10060/-)

    How to Apply : Application on plain paper giving full particulars strictly as per format along with three recent passport size photographs, out of which one pasted on the top right hand corner of the application and duly attested by the Gazetted Officer and two in a small cover attached with the application should reach to the. General Manager (P&A), Airports Authority of India, International Terminal Building, 2nd Floor, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata-700052 on or before 05/11/2007.

    Complete details and Application Forms available at Application format is also available at

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