Union Public Service Commission has invited application form from eligible candidates against UPSC Recruitment 2018. Applicants can apply for 19 offered posts of Assistant Soil Conservation Officer, Scientific Officer & Nautical Surveyor-cum-Deputy Director General. Candidates can apply through online mode before 16-11-2017
All over India
16-11-2017 is the final date for applying
17-11-2017 is the final date for fee payment
Other useful information related to UPSC Recruitment 2017
Name of the post
Assistant Soil Conservation Officer, Scientific Officer & Nautical Surveyor-cum-Deputy Director General
No of vacancy
01 vacancy for post 01, 13 vacancies for post 02 and 05 vacancies for post 03
Rs.15600-39100/- with Grade Pay of Rs.5400/- for post 01, Rs.47600-151100/- for post 02 and Rs.15600-39100/- with Grade Pay of Rs.7600/- for post 03
Post Graduate in Soil Science/Agricultural Botany/Botany/Forestry/ Agricultural Chemistry/ Agricultural Economics/ Agricultural Extension/ Agronomy/Agriculture with Agronomy as a important subject or Graduate in Agricultural Engineering for post 01, Post Graduate in Chemistry or Microbiology or Graduate in Chemical Engineering or Chemical Technology for post 02 and must have certificate of competency as Master of a Foreign Going Ship as issued by Indian Government for post 03.
Max 35 yrs for post 01, max 30 yrs for post 02 and max 50 yrs for post 03 as on 16.11.2017
Candidates have to pay application fee for Rs.25/- by cash payment in SBI branch or by Debit Card, Credit Card or Internet Banking of any nationalized bank.
Physical fitness test
Manner of applying for this vacancy
Log on to the official website upsconline.nic.in > Hit on “Online Application for various examination of UPSC” link > All the instructions must be read properly before applying > Follow the steps and submit application form
About UPSC –
The UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) is India’s central recruiting agency. Established on 01/10/1926 as Public Service Commission, it was later reconstituted as Federal Public Service Commission by the Government of India Act, 1935; only to be renamed as today’s Union Public Service Commission after the independence.It is responsible for appointments to and examinations for All India services and group A & group B of Central services. While Department of Personnel and Training is the central personnel agency in India.