Fresh Passport Officer Recruitment 2016- 9470 Posts Vacancies Available Apply Now
Passport Officer Recruitment 2016: Department of Passport has newly released the Passport Officer Vacancies. Application invites the to fill up the vacant position. All the energetic and eligible candidates can apply for Passport Officer Recruitment 2016 posts as there are totally 9470+ Vacancies are available. Aspirants are informed that the applying mode is online only. Other details like education qualification, salary are mention. Read full details of Passport Officer Recruitment 2016 as it provided below…
Complete details for Passport Officer Recruitment 2016:
Name of the Organization: Passport Department
Name of the Post: Passport Officer
Total no of Posts: 9470+
Education Qualification: B.Tech/ M.Tech/MBA/ Msc/P.G Degree
Pay scale: 42000-76000 per month
Last Date: 8/07/2016
Mode of Applying: Online Only
About Passport Officer Recruitment 2016
A passport is the travel document, it has issued by a country’s government that certifies the person’s identity & nationality of its holder for purpose of international travelling. The Standard passports contain the certain details like date of birth, holder’s name, place & signature, photograph, & other identifying related information. Now as per the change in technology there is has new technology made in checking the passport as the Passports are moving towards together with biometric information in the microchip embedded in document, making them machine-readable & difficult to make fake passports.
Passport Officer 2016 Recruitment:
A passport specifies our nationality, but not necessarily citizenship or the place of the respective residence of passport holder. A passport holder is normally allowed to enter the country that issued the passport, however some people entitled to the passport will not be full citizens with right of residence. A passport is a necessary document certifying the identity & nationality of the particular person; having the document with them does not of itself allowance any rights, such as protection by the embassy of issuing country, though it can indicate that the holder has such rights. Some passports attest to status as a diplomat or the other official, entitled to rights & privileges such as immunity from arrest or the prosecution, arising from the international contracts.