Currency Note Press Nashik Bharti 2022 | करन्सी नोट प्रेस नाशिक येथे 149 रिक्त पदांची भरती सुरू – त्वरित अर्ज करा
Currency Note Press Nashik Bharti 2022
Currency Note Press Nashik Recruitment 2022
Currency Note Press Nashik Bharti 2022: Currency Note Press Nashik has published the recruitment notification for the various vacancies to fill with the posts. Interested and eligible candidates can apply before the last date. Further details are as follows:-
Accordingly, online applications are invited from eligible and willing Indian citizens for filling- up the following posts:
The recruitment notification has been declared from the Currency Note Press Nashik for the interested and eligible candidates. The online applications are invited for the Welfare Officer, Supervisor, Secretarial Assistant, Junior Office Assistant, Junior Technician Posts. There are a total of 149 vacancies available to fill with the posts. The job location for this recruitment is Nashik. Applicants need to apply online mode for Currency Note Press Nashik Recruitment 2022. Interested and eligible candidates can submit their applications to the given link before the last date. The last date of submission of the online applications is the 25th of January 2022. For more details about CNP Nashik Bharti 2022, visit our website www.MahaBharti.in.
Currency Note Press Nashik Application 2022 Complete Details
करन्सी नोट प्रेस नाशिक येथे कल्याण अधिकारी, पर्यवेक्षक, सचिवीय सहाय्यक, कनिष्ठ कार्यालय सहाय्यक, कनिष्ठ तंत्रज्ञ पदांच्या एकुण 149 रिक्त जागा भरण्यासाठी पदानुसार पात्र असणाऱ्या उमेदवारांकडून अर्ज मागविण्यात येत आहे. अर्ज ऑनलाईन पद्धतीने करायचा आहे. अर्ज करण्याची शेवटची तारीख 25 जानेवारी 2022 आहे.
या भरती संदर्भातील पुढील सर्व अपडेट्स वेळेवर मिळण्यासाठी महाभरतीची अधिकृत मोबाईल अँप येथे क्लिक करून लगेच आपल्या मोबाईल मध्ये डाउनलोड करा.
- पदाचे नाव – कल्याण अधिकारी, पर्यवेक्षक, सचिवीय सहाय्यक, कनिष्ठ कार्यालय सहाय्यक, कनिष्ठ तंत्रज्ञ
- पद संख्या – 149 जागा
- शैक्षणिक पात्रता – ITI/ Diploma/ Degree/ Master Degree (Refer PDF)
- नोकरी ठिकाण – नाशिक
- अर्ज शुल्क –
- खुल्या प्रवर्गासाठी – रु. 600/-
- राखीव प्रवर्गासाठी – रु. 200/-
- अर्ज पद्धती – ऑनलाईन
- अर्ज सुरू होण्याची तारीख – 4 जानेवारी 2022
- अर्ज करण्याची शेवटची तारीख – 25 जानेवारी 2022
- अधिकृत वेबसाईट – cnpnashik.spmcil.com
अधिक माहिती करिता कृपया दिलेली PDF जाहिरात वाचावी.
Important Links For Currency Note Press Nashik Bharti 2022
|PDF जाहिरात: https://bit.ly/3qOpe6O|
|ऑनलाईन अर्ज करा: https://bit.ly/3pTkAVO|
CNP Nashik Bharti 2022 Details
|🆕 Name of Department||Currency Note Press Nashik|
|📥 Recruitment Details||Currency Note Press Nashik Recruitment 2022|
|👉 Name of Posts||Welfare Officer, Supervisor, Secretarial Assistant, Junior Office Assistant, Junior Technician|
|🔷 No of Posts||149 Vacancies|
|📂 Job Location||Nashik|
|✍🏻 Application Mode||Online|
|✅ Official WebSite||cnpnashik.spmcil.com|
Educational Qualification For CNP Nashik Recruitment 2022
||Degree or Diploma course in Social Science|
||1st class full-time Diplom|
||Graduate in any discipline|
|Junior Office Assistant
||Graduate any discipline|
||Full-time ITI certificate|
Application Fees For Currency Note Press Nashik Jobs 2022
|Open Categories||Rs. 600/-|
|Reserved Categories||Rs. 200/-|
Currency Note Press Recruitment 2022 Vacancy Details
|Junior Office Assistant
All Important Dates | cnpnashik.spmcil.com Recruitment 2022
|⏰ Last Date||25th of January 2022|
Currency Note Press Bharti 2022 Important Links
|📑 Full Advertisement||READ PDF|
|✅ Application Link||APPLY HERE|
Currency Note Press, Nashik Road, was established in the year 1928 with the objective of printing currency/bank notes of denominations as per the requirements and indents placed by Reserve Bank of India from time to time.
Currency Note Press, Nashik – the Beginning:
In 1922, Lt. Col. G. W. Willis, Master of Mint at Bombay and F.D. Asooli, Controller of Printing and Stationery, Government of India, Delhi, were appointed to explore the feasibility of printing notes in India. Based on their report in 1924, the Government of India arranged to set up an experimental press. Also to test the possibility of security printing in India. During 1925-26, the Government decided to terminate the contract with the Bank of England for the printing of currency notes with effect from January 1, 1928. This was originally to expire in June 1929.
Nashik Road was selected as the site for the Security Press for two reasons:
- No sudden & large changes in humidity and temperature.
- Nashik is situated on the main railway line having direct access to all parts of India.
A site was selected close to Nashik Road railway station. The construction of buildings including staff-quarters began in August 1926 and was completed by the beginning of 1928.
The Currency Note Press just behind S.P.I. separated from it by the railway line
The buildings including quarters for the staff cost just over Rs.18 lakhs, while the printing machinery and equipment accounted for a little more than Rs.8 lakhs and the balance of nearly Rs.2 lakhs covered the electric power equipment, water supply, drainage, railway siding and the cost of the land making a total cost of a little less than Rs.27 ½ lakhs in all.
The Security Press at Nashik undertook first the printing of 5 Rupees notes of the same new pattern that the Bank of England was printing since 1925. They were released from Kanpur circle on October 9, 1928.
This was followed by the notes of 100 Rupees of the pattern of the notes printed in England since 1926.
The notes of Rupees 10 of an entirely new pattern, different from those printed in England were printed at Nashik and issued in July 1930.At the same time, the notes of Rupees 50 of an entirely new pattern were also issued for the first time.
The high denomination notes of Rupees 500, 1000 and 10,000 continued to be printed by the Bank of England in the old pattern, until its contract was finally terminated in December 1930. Nashik Press undertook the printing of the notes of Rs.1000 and 10,000 from the year 1931-32. These notes, like the notes of smaller denominations were entirely new in the designs and were printed on both sides. Prior to the issue of these new notes, the notes of these denominations were cashable only at their office of issue at Calcutta, Bombay, Madras, Kanpur, Lahore and Rangoon. The new notes were universalized and were cashable anywhere in the country, irrespective of the name of the circle printed on them. Along with these new notes, the old unifaced notes continued in circulation, but were not reissued once they reached the currency offices.
SPECIMEN RS.10,000 KING GEORGE V BANKNOTE PRINTED AT CURRENCY NOTE PRESS, Nashik
With the view of reducing the cost of printing and distribution, 5 and 10 Rupees notes of a new design were issued on March 8 and July 1 respectively, in 1933. They were printed on thinner paper and were smaller in size in comparison to the notes issued earlier. So, within a year, the old thick paper was re-introduced for the notes, but the size remained the same.
Currency Note Press, Nashik emerged from ISP and shifted to new location in 1962 and started with printing of `1 currency note. Thereafter printing of all denomination currency notes shifted to CNP Nashik by 1980.