Exservicemen and Fresher Recruitment in MES

Vacancy in Military Engineering Services to be filled by direct recruitment and through all India Competitive Examinations like UPSC, SSC Departmental Recruitment etc upon their official notification to be published in prescribed mode of publication.

Recently, MES has  intimated to the internal HQ authority that some vacant posts should be filled immediately duly initiating the recruitment process at their own.  Remaining posts which are around 41822 will be filled up on further instructions by HQ MES authority only.  Until then, the MES regional HQs will recruit the vacancies other than the following vacancies through the usual recruitment process. It is expected that a huge number of vacancies in MES clerical posts are vacant and this comes under the regional HQ recruitment process. 

Vacancies to be exempted from current recruitment process are as under:-

S.No.Cadre/PostNumber of vacancies
nottobe filled as on
date
1Architect Cadre (Group A)44
2Barrack & Store Officer120
3Supervisor (Barrack & Store)534
4Draughtsman944
5Storekeeper1,026
6Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS)11316
7Mate27,920
TOTAL41, 822

So, you may expect a notification likely to be published very soon by the CE(W), GE etc MES organisation .  Keep a close watch on our website to get notified.  Also advised to follow Employment News regularly.

Eligibility criteria and selection process  for  MES Clerical Posts

MES will publish official notification for recruitment as mentioned soon and detailed eligibility criteria, age, educational qualification, medical standard etc will be there.  Online application/ suitable mode of application will be instructed in the expected notification.

What is MES and what role is it plays in Military Organisation

Now you should know what is MES and what role plays it in Indian Military organisation.

The Military Engineering Services (MES) is a vital organization within the Indian military establishment responsible for providing engineering and infrastructure support to the armed forces, as well as various other government organizations. MES plays a crucial role in ensuring that the military and related entities have the necessary facilities and infrastructure to operate effectively. Here are some key aspects of MES and its role in Indian military organizations:

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Infrastructure Development:      MES is primarily tasked with the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of military infrastructure such as roads, bridges, airfields, buildings, and more. This infrastructure is essential for the operational readiness and mobility of the armed forces.

Combat Support:      MES provides combat engineering support during military operations. This includes tasks like constructing defensive fortifications, laying and maintaining minefields, building temporary bridges, and assisting with water supply and purification.

Training and Research:     MES is involved in training military personnel in various aspects of engineering and construction. Additionally, they engage in research and development activities related to engineering technologies and practices.

Disaster Relief:     MES can be deployed for disaster relief operations during natural calamities like earthquakes, floods, and cyclones. They use their engineering expertise to help restore infrastructure and provide assistance to affected populations.

Peacekeeping Missions:     MES personnel may be deployed in peacekeeping missions abroad, where they provide engineering support to international forces and help in infrastructure development in conflict zones.

Logistics Support:      MES assists in the logistics and supply chain management for the military, ensuring that essential equipment, materials, and supplies are transported efficiently.

Real Estate Management:      MES manages military real estate, including land and property holdings, and undertakes land acquisition and disposal on behalf of the armed forces.

Security and Force Protection:      MES is involved in designing and implementing security measures for military installations to safeguard against external threats.

Environmental Management:     In recent years, there has been an increasing emphasis on sustainable and environmentally friendly practices within the military. MES is involved in projects related to environmental conservation and management.

In summary, the Military Engineering Services plays a multifaceted role in supporting the Indian military and government organizations. Their contributions are critical to maintaining the operational readiness, mobility, and overall effectiveness of the armed forces, as well as contributing to national infrastructure development and disaster relief efforts.

Tele : 23019565 B/20173/NAC/ 2020 / E1C(1) ADG (Project Chennai) ADG (NEI) ADG (North)Directorate General (Pers) HQ Military Engineer Services Engineer-in-Chief’s Branch Kashmir House New Delhi — 110011 17 Jul 2023

Letters and instructions published by MES authority in this regard are as under :-

CE HQ CC
Pin: 908544, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ SWC
Pin: 908546, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ SC
Pin: 908541, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ EC
Pin: 908542, C/o 99 APO

CE HQ WC
Pin: 908543, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ NC
Pin: 908545, C/o 56 APO

FILLING UP OF VACANCIES – REGARDING

  1. Ref this office letter No. B/20173/NAC/ 1571/ E1C(1) dt 22 Jul 2022 (Copy enclosed).
  2. A copy of MoD letter No. 17(03)/2022/D(Civ-II) dt 15 Jul 2022 is again forwarded for your strict compliance in letter and spirit.

                                                                                                                                        Sd/-  xxx

Tele : 23019565
B/20173/NAC/ /0/ / E1C(1)

Directorate General (Pers) HQ Military Engineer Services Engineer-in-Chief’s Branch Kashmir House
New Delhi — 110011
22 Jul 2022

CE HQ CC
Pin: 908544, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ SWC
Pin: 908546, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ SC
Pin: 908541, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ EC
Pin: 908542, C/o 99 APO

CE HQ WC
Pin: 908543, C/o 56 APO

CE HQ NC
Pin: 908545, C/o 56 APO

FILLING UP OF VACANCIES – REGARDING

A copy of MoD letter No. 17(03)/2022/D(Civ-II) dt 15 Jul 2022 is forwarded herewith for your further necessary action please.

    

No. 17(03)/2022/D(Civ-II) 1570 Government of India Department of Defence
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Dated the 15th July 2022

Subject: Filling up of vacancies — Regarding.

Reference information furnished by your Organization with regard to manpower optimization to Department of Expenditure, wherein vacancies of all posts existing in Military Engineering Service (MES) were conveyed.

2.             It has been decided that action for filling up of all vacancies as on date may be initiated as per the extant instructions on recruitment/filling up of vacancies of Govt. of India on immediate basis, except the following vacancies till further instructions thereon: –

S.No.Cadre/PostNumber of vacancies
NOT to be filled as on date
1Architect Cadre (Group A)44
2Barrack & Store Officer120
3Supervisor (Barrack & Store)534
4Draughtsman944
5Storekeeper1,026
6Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS)11316
7Mate27,920
TOTAL41, 822

3.             Following instructions may be noted for strict compliance: –

(i) Vacancies mentioned in the Table at Para-2 above, or any vacancies arising hereinafter due to retirement, death or otherwise in these cadres/posts shall not be filled till further orders.

(ii) Action to fill the vacancies shall be initiated within one week from today. If the DR vacancies are to be filled by the authority within the Department, it shall start the process of recruitment by issuing requisite advertisement, notice, etc. [as per RRs] within one week. For such DR vacancies which are to be filled by SSC or UPSC, requisition shall be sent to the concerned Commission immediately or as per the timeline prescribed by the Commission. As regards promotion vacancies, DPC proposals may be moved to the Competent Authority immediately.

Contd. from pre-page.

(iii) Information in the following format in r/o total vacancies except those shown in the Table at Para-2 above may be sent to the undersigned positively by 1600 Hrs on 18.07.2022 at the email i.d vimla.vikram@nic.in.

S.No.PostNo. of Vacancies to be filled byNo. of
vacancies
to be filled
by
Promotion
Total
Organisation ,SSCUPSCTotal
        
        
        
        
        
TOTAL      

Further, the recruitment plan schedule in respect of all the above posts shall also be shared in the enclosed formats.

4.           This issues with the approval of competent authority.

.

(Vimala Vikram)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Tele:23014675

Engineer-in-Chief Ministry of Defence Kashmir House, New Delhi

Copy with the similar request to — Deputy Secretary (Works) Department of Defence, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi.

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