PSC Recruitment 2017

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Total No. Posts - 1,058 Posts

Last Date 12 December @ kpsc.kar.nic.in

Job Details :
1) Post Name : First Division Assistant
No of Vacancy : 507 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 14550-26700/-
Qualification : Candidates Must be holder of a degree with computer working knowledge with one year computer course certificate obtained by an institution recognized by Government of Karnataka or by Society.
Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum Age limit is 18 to 35 years as on 07.10.2017

2) Post Name : Second Division Assistant
No of Vacancy : 551 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 11600-21000 /-
Qualification : Candidates Must be holder of a degree with computer working knowledge with one year computer course certificate obtained by an institution recognized by Government of Karnataka or by Society.
Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum Age limit is 18 to 35 years as on 07.10.2017

Nationality : Indian

Job Location : Karnataka

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Selection Process : Selection will be based on Preliminary Exam, Main Exam & Personality test.

Application Fee : Candidates should have to pay Rs.300/- for General Merit, Rs.150/- for 2A, 2B, 3A & 3B Category through e-Payment Post Offices Only. there is no fee for SC, ST & Category-1, PH & Ex-MP candidates.

How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply Online through KPSC website www.kpsc.kar.nic.in from 27.11.2017 to 12.12.2017 till 11.45 PM thereafter website link will be disabled.

Important Dates to Remember :
Starting Date For Submission of Online Application : 27.11.2017
Last Date for Submission of Online Application : 12.12.2017
Last Date For Payment of Fee : 13.12.2017
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