West Bengal PSC

Livestock Development Asst. Jobs in Kolkata - West Bengal PSC

Kolkata
10th Pass (SSC)
Last Date to Apply: 03-06-2019
Livestock Development Asst. - Job Details Date of Posting: 14-05-2019
Livestock Development Asst. job Position in West Bengal PSC

Qualifications: (A) Must have passed Madhyamik Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent, 

(B) Must have passed 1(one) year’s certificate course on Prani Sampad Bikash Prashikhan conducted by the Board of Veterinary Education, West Bengal or its equivalent recognized by the Board of Veterinary Education, West Bengal. 

(C) Must be physically fit and capable of hard work and cycling.

No.of Posts: 200  [23 for OBC-A (Non Creamy Layer),13 for OBC-B (Non Creamy Layer),41 for S.C., 13 for S.T., 06 for Meritorious Sportspersons, 04 for Persons with Disabilities (Blindness or Low Vision) and 03 each reserved for Persons with Disabilities (Hearing Impairment) and Persons with Disabilities (Loco-motor Disability or Cerebral Palsy)]

Pay Scale  : (P.B. – 2) Rs. 5,400/- - Rs. 25,200/- with Grade Pay Rs. 2,600/- 

Age : Not more than 40 years on 01.01.2019. 

Fee: Rs. 110/- (Rupees one hundred ten) only. 

Selection Procedure: Screening Test/Written Test.


How To Apply ForLivestock Development Asst. job Position in West Bengal PSC

Applications can be submitted through online only. 

Filling up of online application will be commencing from: The 14th May, 2019. 

Closing date for receipt of online application: The 3rd June, 2019. 

Last date of fees payment: The 3rd June, 2019



About West Bengal PSC

The origin and evolution of Public Service Commission in India can be traced back to the democratic demands raised by the Indians and consequence thereof. As far back as 1856 educated Indians raised the demand for admission into the Indian Civil Service, and the Indian National Congress adopted a resolution on its foundation in 1885 demanding holding of simultaneous examination for the I.C.S. both in England and in India. Such demands were supplementary to the demands raised in the Indian National Movement for self-government.