Junior Engineer (Electrical) job Position in Haryana Staff Selection Commission (Haryana SSC)
No. of Posts : 49
Qualification : i) 3 years diploma in Electrical/Electrical & Electronics Engineering from any Institute recognized by AICTE or by a State Board of Technical Education with a minimum 60% marks in respect of General and other categories candidates and 55% marks in respect of SC category candidates of Haryana domicile. OR Bachelor Degree in Electrical/Electrical & Electronics Engineering or equivalent Degree from a University duly recognized by Central Government or a State Government with a minimum 60% marks in respect of General and other categories and 55% marks in respect of SC category candidates of Haryana domicile.
ii) Must have passed Hindi/Sanskrit upto Matric standard.
Pay Scale : Level -6, initial pay-35400/-
Age Limit : 18-42 years
Application Fee :
General :- Rs.150/-for Male/Female, Rs.75/- for Female of Haryana resident only
SC/BC candidates of Haryana State only : - Rs. 35/- for Male, Rs.18/- for Female
Selection Process : Written Exam/ Interview
How To Apply For Junior Engineer (Electrical) job Position in Haryana Staff Selection Commission (Haryana SSC)
Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 05.03.2019.
Opening date for submission of online applications : 04.02.2019
Closing date for submission of online applications : 05.03.2019 (by 11:59PM)
Closing date for deposit of fee : 08.03.2019 (by 11:59PM).
About Haryana Staff Selection CommissionHSSC
Haryana Staff Selection Commission (earlier Subordinate Services Selection Board) is constituted as per the proviso of Article 309 of constitution of India, vide Haryana Government Notification No.523-3GS-70/2068, dated 28.01.1970. Through it was granted statutory status of Haryana Staff Selection Commission vide Haryana Govt. Gazette Notification dated 28.02.2005. The Commission conducts examinations/interviews for appointments to Group ‘C’ services and may be called up on to conduct examination/interview for appointment to Group ‘B’ and ‘D’ services if required by the state Government.