UPSC Recruitment 2022: Check Post, Eligibility, Salary Band and Application Here
UPSC recruitment 2022: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has invited applications from Candidates Meeting for Post Veterinary Officer (VO) eligibility in NCT Delhi Government Development Department. Among the applicants, those who believe they have met the eligibility criteria for Post Veterinary Officer in the Animal Husbandry Unit under the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) intend a corresponding candidacy for the General Central Service, Group ‘A’ to submit. , Gazetted, Non-Ministerial Post under the Government of NCT Delhi, may proceed with Online Registered Application (ORA) procedural formality.
There are 10 vacancies in UPSC Notified Recruitment related to Veterinary Officer Posts in Development Department, Animal Husbandry Unit, under Government of NCT of Delhi. That Last date is mandatory for submitting online recruitment applications by the candidate with the essential documents and certificates etc October 13, 2022 (10/13/2022) as mentioned in UPSC Recruitment Notice 2022 for Veterinary Officers under Government of Delhi NCT.
Check the details given below for the UPSC Recruitment 2022
Name of employer: The Government of the NCT of Delhi
Post nomenclature: veterinary office
Department and organization: Development Department, Animal Husbandry Unit (AHU)
Job number: 10 no
Post classification: General Central Service, Group ‘A’, Gazetted, Non-Ministerial Post
Type of posting: The release is permanent
Pay scale: Pay Band-3 (Rs. 15600-39100) Plus Grade Pay Rs. 5400 Plus NPA (pre-revised)/according to 7th CPC Pay Matrix (10th pay grade) Plus NPA.
Upper age limit: Do not exceed 35 years for planned sets. Relaxed for regularly appointed Central/Union Territory Government Officials up to 5 years as per the instructions/directives issued by the Government of India from time to time. For age benefits applicable to other categories of applicants, “Instructions and Additional Information for Applicants Regarding Recruitment by Selection” is available for viewing.
In relation to ex-soldiers and non-commissioned officers, including ECOs/SSCOs, the upper age may be relaxed by 05 years provided that, on the cut-off date for receipt of applications, the continuous service rendered by an ex-soldier in the armed forces will, the minimum is Six months after the certification. This upper age relaxation is also available to ECOs/SSCOs who have completed their initial assignment period of five years of military service and whose assignment has been extended beyond five years as of the online application registration end date and in which case the Department of Defense is providing Certificates that they will be released within 3 months of selection from the date of receipt of the offer of appointment. Candidates claiming age credit under this paragraph must submit a certificate in the required pro forma format to the Union Public Service Commission.
Essential qualification(s): The applicant should have the following essential qualifications.
A) Educational: i) Bachelor’s degree in Ayurvedic Medicine from a university established by law or Statutory Board/Faculty/Examination Board of Indian Medicine or equivalent as recognized under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act (IMCCA) 1970.
(ii) A postgraduate degree in the subject/specialty concerned contained in the schedule of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act 1970.
Desirable qualifications: Reading, writing and speaking Sanskrit skills.
Note 1: The above qualifications are degradable at UPSC’s discretion if candidates are otherwise well qualified.
Note 2: The candidate’s qualification(s) for the experience may be relaxed at the discretion of the UPSC, for reasons which, in the case of persons belonging to the enlisted caste community, must be recorded in writing if the UPSC is at any stage of the selection idle is the opinion that it is unlikely that there will be a sufficient number of applicants from this community with the requisite experience to fill the positions reserved for them.
Union Civil Service Commission recruitment Test selection and other criteria:
Note-II: In the case of applications submitted in large numbers by the applicants/candidates, the Union Civil Service Commission will adopt the selection criteria in order to limit the number of suitable candidates to be interviewed to a reasonable number of one one or more of the methodologies mentioned below:
a) “On the basis of the Desirable Qualification (DQ) or one or all Desirable Qualifications (DQs) where more than one Desirable Qualification is required”.
b) Due to educational qualifications higher than the minimum required in the advertisement.
c) On the basis of higher experience in the relevant field than the minimum required in the advertisement.
d) By counting previous professional work experience before or after acquiring essential qualifications.
e) By relying on previous work experience, even in cases where no experience is indicated as an essential qualification (EQ) or as a desirable qualification (DQ).
f) By holding a recruitment test (RT).
Therefore, the candidate should mention all his or her qualifications and experience in the relevant field beyond the minimum qualifications.
Note-III: Key Points:
Viva-voce / personality test weighs a total of 100 points, which are explained as follows:
i) The minimum category-related aptitude level in the interviews (100 points), regardless of whether selection is by interview only or by recruitment test (RT) followed by an interview, remains:
a) Unreserved Minimum Qualifying 50 Marks, which must be secured from a total of 100 Marks. b) economically weaker departments 50 marks. c) Other backward community: 45 points, c) Classified Caste/Enrolled Caste/Persons with Benchmark Disability (PmBD): 40 points.
ii) In cases where selection is made through a Recruitment Test (RT) followed by an in-person interview, the candidate must attain the minimum aptitude level in their respective category at the introduction stage.
How to apply for UPSC recruitment 2022
i) Visit the UPSC website: www.upsconline.nic.in.
ii) Login to UPSC ORA Link https://upsconline.nic.in/ora/
iii) Read the online application/registration instructions carefully.
iv) Follow the instructions on the online registration application portal.
v) Scan the signature and recent passport photo to upload using the Online Registered Application (ORA).
vi) Prepare self-certified documents to upload UPSC online registration of application.
Registration fee and method of payment:
a) Candidates are required to pay an application fee of Rs. 25.00 (Twenty Five Rupees only) only either by transferring the money in cash at a branch of State Bank of India or by using State Bank of India Net Banking facility or by using Visa/Master Credit/Debit Card or RuPay card.
b) Reserved communities (SC/ST/PwBD) and female candidates in a community remain exempt from paying the application fee.
UPSC Helpline meter details: In case of advice/information/clarification regarding the applications, candidacy, etc., candidates can contact the UPSC operator desk near Gate “C” of its campus 8543 in person or via landline number 011-2338 5271/2338 1125/2309 between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekdays.
Click here to read the 2022 UPSC Recruitment Notice
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