Ministry of Labour & Employment
Inviting applications from institutions for imparting Special Coaching to SC/ST Job Seekers.Click here to see the detailed advertisement | DigiSaksham- a joint initiative of Labour Ministry with Microsoft India to enhance the employability of youth launched on 30th September 2021. | Public disclosure of marks of Recruitment Agencies | Notice against frauds in the name of NCS | NCS / Success Story Videos | Please be advised that the website www.employmentcard.co.in is not affiliated in any way to NCS or Ministry of Labour & Employment. Please note that NCS does not charge any fees for registration on the portal and its services | Career Center Botad, Gujrat is organizing a campaign for enrolment of candidates on NCS and Anubandham, Gujrat employment portal, from 18th Sep, 2021 to 31st Dec 2021. | Career Center Botad, Gujarat is organizing Helpline and Helpdesk for Gujarat Police Recruitment from 10/11/2021 to 31/12/2021 | Career Center Amreli Gujarat organized Job fair on 8th Dec 2021 at 11:00 AM | Career Center Amreli Gujarat organized Job fair on 15th Dec 2021 at 11:00 AM | Career center, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu organizing job fair on 19th Dec 2021 at 8:00 AM
| Career center, Bangalore, Karnataka organizing the job fair on 11th Dec 2021 at 9:00 AM
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If any such communication is received, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on Toll-free helpline 1800-425-1514 to cross check the credential of the caller/mailer. NCS shall not be responsible for any kind of misguidance or fraudulent activity. List of blacklisted entities from NCS
Aliases: Senior Technician, Technical Specialist, Master Mechanic, Master Technician, Mistry
The tasks an Auto Service Technician Level 5 is expected to perform include:
This may vary from organization to organization
For scholarship and schemes, use further links like:
Auto Service Technician Level 3 → Auto Service Technician Level 4 (Mechanic) → Auto Service Technician Level 5 → Auto Service Technician Level 6 (Supervisor) → Shop Foreman
The progression is indicative
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