UPSC Recruitment 2018

Total No. Posts - 23 Posts

Last Date 15 February

UPSC Job Details :
1) Post Name: Aeronautical Officer
No of Vacancy: 12 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs.56100-177500/-
Qualification: Degree in Aeronautical or Electrical or Electronics or Mechanical or Metallurgical Engineering from a recognized university.
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 35 years as on 15.02.2018

2) Post Name: Assistant Chemist
No of Vacancy: 11 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs.47600 – 151100/-
Qualification: Master’s Degree in any branch of Chemistry or Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering or Technology from a recognized University or Institution or Degree or Diploma conferred by the Associate Institute of Chemist (India) in Chemistry.
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 35 years as on 15.02.2018

Job Location: All India

UPSC Selection Process: Selection will be based on Interview.

Application Fee: The candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 25/- either by depositing the money in any branch of SBI by cash, or by using net banking facility of the SBI or by using visa/master credit/debit card. SC/ ST/ PH/ Women candidates who are exempted from payment of the fee.

How to Apply UPSC Vacancy: Interested Candidates may apply online through UPSC website on or before 15.02.2018.

Important Dates to Remember:
Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 15.02.2018
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