Assistant Engineer (Agri.) (Class-II)/ Manger (Legal) / Assistant Town Planner job vacancies in Haryana Public Service Commission
Assistant Engineer (Agri.) (Class-II)
No. of Post : 01 (General)
Qualifications : (i) B.Sc Agri. Engineering/B.Tech. in Agril. Engineering. (ii) Atleast 3 years practical experience in the field of Agriculture Engineering. (iii) Preference will be given to persons having experience of Seed Processing or Designing/Fabrication/ Installation / Commissioning, Operation or Maintenance of Seed Processing Equipments. (iv) Knowledge of Hindi/Sanskrit upto Matric Standard or Higher Education.
Scale of Pay : Rs. 9300-34800+GP5400/- Pay according to 7th Pay Commission (FPL-9).
Age Limit : A Candidate should not be less than 17 years and more than 42 years, age will be determined on the last date of advertisement of the post i.e. (05.08.2019).
Place of Posting : At HSDC, Umri and Head Office, Panchkula.
Assistant Town Planner (Group-A)
No. of Posts : 14 (General-06, SC of Haryana-03, BC-A of Haryana-03, BC-B of Haryana-01, Ex Serviceman of Haryana-01)
Qualifications : (i) A post graduate degree in Urban and Regional Planning/Urban Planning/ Regional Planning/ M.Tech. in Planning (Urban, Traffic and Transport, Housing, Infrastructure),or equivalent making the holder eligible for associate membership of the Institute of Town Planners, India. Or B.Tech. degree in Planning from a recognized Institute/University with two years experience in the filed of Town Planning under a qualified town planner. (ii) Hindi/Sanskrit upto Matric Standard.
Scale of Pay : Pay Band -3 Rs. 15600-39100/- + Rs. 5400/- Grade Pay. FPL-10 under Pay Revision rules, 2016.
Age Limit : A Candidate should not below 21 years and not more than 42 years age as on the last date fixed for submission of applications to the Commission. (i.e. 05.08.2019).
Place of Posting : Anywhere in Haryana State.
No. of Post : 01 (General)
Qualifications : (v) Graduate alongwith LL.B (Professional) in 1st Division with Ten years enrolment as an Advocate and having experience in handling legal matters in Public Sector undertaking /Banks. (vi) Hindi/Sanskrit upto Matric standard or Higher Education.
Scale of Pay : Rs. 15600-39100+6000 (Grade Pay)
Age Limit : A Candidate should not below 35 years and not more than 45 years. The age will be determined on the last date of submission of application to the Commission i.e. (05.08.2019)
Place of Posting : Haryana State Warehousing Corporation Bays No. 15-18, Sector-2, Head Office, Panchkula
Application Fees : The category wise application fee structure payable through Net Banking, Debit Card and Credit Card upto 24:00 hours midnight of closing date i.e. 05.08.2019, using only the link provided by the Commission is as under i.e. www.hpsconline.in. Fees paid through any other link/mode will not be acceptable and Commission will not be responsible for it.
Categories & Fee
1 . (i) For Male candidates of General category including Dependent Son of Ex-Servicemen of Haryana. (ii) For Male candidates of General and all reserved categories of other States. : Rs. 500/-
2. For all Female candidates of (General and Reserved) categories of all states. : Rs. 125/-
3. For Male candidates of SC/ BC/ESM categories of Haryana only. : Rs. 125/-
4. For all Physically Handicapped candidates (with at least 40% disability) categories of Haryana only. : NIL
Application fees can be submitted through online mode only: 05.08.2019. using Net Banking or Debit Card/Credit Card upto 24:00 hrs. midnight of closing date using only the link provided by the Commission.
Selection Procedure : Written Examination/ Interview
How To Apply ForAssistant Engineer (Agri.) (Class-II)/ Manger (Legal) / Assistant Town Planner job vacancies in Haryana Public Service Commission
Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 05.08.2019 upto 05:00.
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