Odisha Joint Public Service Commission.

Assistant Section Officer Jobs in Bhubaneswar - Odisha Joint Public Service Commission.

Bhubaneswar
Any Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 09-11-2018
Assistant Section Officer - Job Details Date of Posting: 21-09-2018

Advt. No. 10 of 2018-19

Assistant Section Officer  job recruitment in Odisha Public Service Commission (Odisha PSC)

No. of Vacancies : 500 (Unreserved-266, SEBC-87, Scheduled Caste-75, Scheduled Tribe-72)

Qualification :  A candidate must possess a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or posses such other qualification equivalent there to and must have adequate knowledge in Computer application.

Scale of Pay :  Rs. 9300 - 34800 + GP 4200/-

Application Fee :  Rs.300/-  for Gen/ OBC candidates is to be paid by challan and deposit the fee in cash at any branch of the State Bank of India. No Application fee for SC/ ST/ Ex-Servicemen.

Selection Process  :  Selection process will comprise of written examination and skill test in computer. Only those Candidates, who gets qualified in written exam, will be called for skill test. more detail of selection process will be intimated to candidates.

Place of Examination: The written examination will be held at different centres at 33 zones of the State as mentioned below:- Name of Zone (with code) :  Balasore (01)/ Berhampur (02)/ Bhubaneswar (03)/ Cuttack (04)/ Sambalpur (05)/ Angul (06)/ Baragarh (07)/ Bhadrak (08)/ Bolangir (09)/ Boudh (10)/ Deogarh (11)/ Dhenkanal (12)/ Gajapati (13)/ Ganjam (14)/ Jagatsinghpur (15)/ Jajpur (16)/ Jharsuguda(17)/ Kalahandi (18)/ Kandhamal (19)/ Kendrapara (20)/ Keonjhar (21)/ Khurda (22)/ Koraput (23)/ Malkangiri (24)/ Mayurbhanj (25) / Nuapada (26)/ Nawarangpur (27)/ Nayagarh (28)/ Puri (29)/ Rayagada (30)/ Rourkela (31)/ Subarnapur (32)/  Sundargarh (33)


HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 09-11-2018.


ONLINE APPLICATION

About Odisha Joint Public Service Commission.

Recommendations of the Royal Commission on superior services in India, 1924, referred to in short, as the Lee Commission, and now they find place in the Constitution of India in Articles 315 to 323. The Odisha Public Service Commission was constituted on 1st April, 1949 after it’s bifurcation from the former Bihar and Odisha Joint Public Service Commission.