Public Relation Officer job opportunities in Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Rajasthan PSC)
No. of Posts : 23 (UR-11, SC-02, BC-05, ST-02, MBC-01, EWS-02)
Qualification : (i) Degree of a University with 5 years experience of Journalism in a National or State Level Paper or in National News agencies or in Central or State Public Relations or Information and Broadcasting Department, on posts (i) Scrutiniser (ii) Journalist (iii) Sub Editor (iv) Reporter (v) Exhibition Assistant (vi) Assistant Public Relations Officer (vii) Rangmanch Assistant. (ii) Working knowledge of Hindi written in Devnagri Script and knowledge of Rajasthani Culture.
Pay Scale : L-12 + Grade Pay – 4800
Age Limit : 21 - 40 yrs
Application Fee : Rs. 150/- for PWD/SC/ST, Rs. 250/- for OBC and Rs. 300/- for others. Fee is to be paid online by use of Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking.
Selection Process : On the basis of written test and personal Interviews.
How To Apply ForPublic Relation Officer job opportunities in Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Rajasthan PSC)
Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 25-07-2019.
Starting date of online application : 26-06-2019
Online Application forms will be received by : 25-07-2019.
About Rajasthan Public Service Commission RPSC
Rajasthan Public Serce Commission has had a glorious past of nearly 50 years. During 1923, the Lee Commission had recommended setting up of a Central Public Service Commission in India, but it did not give much thought to the need of establishing similar commissions in provinces. It was left largely to the discretion of Provincial Governments and exercise control over their Services to Recruit, Proper as they thought. At the Time of Formation of Rajasthan, Public Service Commission of the institution in only three of the twenty-Two covenanting states Existed Viz . Jaipur, Jodhpur and Bikaner. The Successor Administration after the Princely states of the Merger promulgated an Ordinance on August 16th, in 1949 establishing the Public Service Commission Ajmer Rajasthan. It was published in Raj. Gazette at 20th August, 1949 and it came into effect from this date.