Candidate must have passed intermediate (10+2) exam or equivalent from a recognized board.
Candidate must hold a LMV/HMV Permanent License issued at least one year prior to the date of the advertisement (February 21, 2018).
The lower age limit is 18 years. Upper age limit for general category candidates is 25 years, for male candidates belonging to backward classes is 27 years, for female candidates belonging to backward classes is 28 years, and for candidates belonging to SC and ST categories is 30 years.
Candidates will have to appear for a written test first which will be qualifying in nature. Candidates who succeed in scoring 30% marks of the total marks in the written exam will then be called to appear in the physical fitness test. Physical fitness test will also be qualifying in nature. Those who qualify will then appear for driving test. Final merit list will be prepared according to the marks obtained by candidates in the driving test.
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