Finance Division has advised to arrange funds for the posts namely System Incharge(ABC) Integration (01) in BS-17, Printing System Incharge (02) in BS-17, System Incharge (16) in BS-17, Network Engineer(13) in BS-17, Hardware Engineer (18) in BS-17, Accountant (01) in BS-16, Printing Staff (07) in BS-12, Data Entry Operator 136 in BS-11, Diary Clerk (03) BS-4, Electrician (02) BS-4, Dispatch Rider (01) BS-1, Mali (02) in BS-1 and Sweeper (07) in BS-1, through prescribed budgetary mechanism and the posts being converted to the current budget may be filled in accordance with the prescribed procedure.
What does D/R stand for?
D/R stands for Dispatch Rider
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- Diametral Pitch
- Diamond/Pearl (Pokemon)
- Differential Pressure
- Documents Against Payment
- Dead Reckoning
- Direct or Reverse
- Disaster Recovery
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After Robert returned from the desert as a dispatch rider, they moved to Edinburgh for him to work as a joiner and Susan as a machinist.
Last Thursday saw the anniversary of the death of former army dispatch rider Fred Hill, also in 1984.
A very large number of troops took part and it was said that a number of dispatch riders were killed as a result of accidents.
However, employers may prefer those over 21, due to high insurance rates for younger dispatch riders.
The night before he went over the top, his youngest brother Jack, a dispatch rider, offered to shoot him in the leg.
Bob's exceptional riding skills were put to good use during World War II when he became an Army motorcycle instructor, helping to train hundreds of dispatch riders in the art of off-road riding.
Serving with them, was dispatch rider Brian O'Regan, who later told his son that he "picked up a white-taped aluminum can containing cine reel number one by Sgt.