UPSC Recruitment 2021, Vacancy For Engineer, Doctor, Lawyer Post

By | February 7, 2021

 

UPSC Vacancy 2021: UPSC is giving you a chance to get a Central Government job without any written examination. UPSC has issued vacancy details on many posts. Notification of this vacancy has been issued on the official website of the Commission, upsc.gov.in. Read the details of this government job further and apply soon.

There is vacancy in these positions

Data Processing Assistant – 116 Posts (Pay Scale – Level 07)

Assistant Public Prosecutor – 80 posts (Pay Scale – Level 08)

Junior Technical Officer – 06 posts (Pay Scale – Level 07)

Specialist Grade 3 Assistant Professor – 45 Posts (Pay Scale – Level 11)

Lecturer (Medical Social Work) – 01 post (Pay Scale – Level 10)

Assistant Director (Fishing Harbor) – 01 post (Pay Scale – Level 10)

Total Number of Posts – 296

Who can apply

Educational qualifications and maximum age limit vary by post. Candidates with a degree in Computer Science, Computer Applications (MCA), IT to engineering, BE (BT / BTech), Medical (MBBS), Law (LLB / LLM) can apply for this vacancy.

Age Limit – The maximum age limit for the posts of Data Processing Assistant, Assistant Public Prosecutor, Junior Technical Officer is 30 years. The maximum age limit of lecturer and assistant director is 35 years. Candidates up to 40 years old can apply for Specialist Assistant Professor. Apart from this, OBC category will get a relaxation of 3 years and SC, ST up to 5 years on all posts.

How to apply

The process of online application for this vacancy is in progress. The last date to apply is 11 February 2021. You can apply by going to upsconline.nic.in or by clicking on the Apply link provided next. General, OBC, Economic Weaker Section will have to pay an application fee of Rs 25. There is no application fee for all others.

How will the selection

Eligible candidates will be selected on these posts only on the basis of interview. Based on the applications received, the shortlist will be called for interview. However UPSC has said that if the number of applications is more, then the examination can be taken for shortlisting. Therefore, it is advised to submit all the necessary information and documents related to it while applying.

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