Apply for 78 vacancies for graduates, check how to apply, selection process

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has launched a call for applications to fill 78 vacancies in various departments and ministries. Interested candidates can apply online through the official website of UPSC at upsconline.nic.in. The deadline for registration is January 27. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for a number of positions within the Ministry of Mines, Tribal Affairs, Home Affairs, Health and Family Welfare, Fisheries Husbandry and Industry dairy, Finance and Ministry of Culture among others.

UPSC Recruitment 2022: Vacancy Details

Deputy Editor (Oriya), Central Reference Library, Ministry of Culture – 1 post

Deputy Director (Costs), Office of the Principal Cost Adviser, Expenditure Department, Ministry of Finance – 16 posts

Economic Officer, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance – 4 posts

Administrator, Central Institute of Coastal Engineering for Fisheries, Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy – 1 post

Marine Mechanical Engineer, Central Institute of Fisheries, Nautical Training and Engineering (CIFNET) Kochi, Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy Industry – 1 post

Senior Lecturer (Occupational Therapy), All India Institute of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (AIIPMR), Mumbai, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare – 4 positions

Scientist “B” (Documents) at the Central Forensic Laboratory, Directorate of Forensic Services, Ministry of Internal Affairs – 2 positions

Chemist, Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines – 5 positions

Junior Mining Geologist, Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines – 36 posts

Research Officer, Ministry of Tribal Affairs – 1 position

Assistant Professor (Ayurveda, Bal Roga (Kaumarbhritya), Directorate of AYUSH, Department of Health and Family Welfare, NCT Government of Delhi – 1 post

Four vacancies for the position of Assistant Professor (Ayurveda, Kaya Chikitsa), Directorate of AYUSH, Department of Health and Family Welfare, NCT Government of Delhi – 4 vacancies

Assistant Professor (Ayurveda, Kriya Sharir), Directorate of AYUSH, Department of Health and Family Welfare, NCT Government of Delhi – 2 posts

UPSC Recruitment 2022: Eligibility Criteria

Assistant Editor (Oriya), Central Reference Library, Ministry of Culture

Deputy Director (Costs), Office of the Principal Cost Adviser, Expenditure Department, Ministry of Finance – Must have 3 years of experience as well as relevant degrees

Economic Officer, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance – Master’s degree in Economics or Applied Economics or Business Economics or Econometrics with 2 years of experience

Administrative Officer, Central Institute of Coastal Engineering for Fisheries, Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairy – Must have graduated and two years experience in relevant field

Marine Mechanical Engineer, Central Training Institute for Nautical and Fisheries Engineering (CIFNET) Kochi, Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy Industry – Must have a degree in Mechanical Engineering or Engineering maritime or automotive engineering with 2 years of experience

Senior Lecturer (Occupational Therapy), All India Institute of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (AIIPMR), Mumbai, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare – Must have MSc in Occupational Therapy and 2 years experience

Scientist ‘B’ (Documents) at Central Forensic Laboratory, Directorate of Forensic Services, Ministry of Home Affairs – Must have a Masters Degree in Chemistry/AIC by Examination/Physics/Forensics with Chemistry or Physics as the one of the subjects for a Bachelor of Science with 3 years of experience

Chemist, Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines – Applicant must have MSc in Chemistry and 3 years experience

Junior Mining Geologist, Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines – Must have Masters Degree in Applied Geology or Geology and have 3 years experience

Research Officer, Ministry of Tribal Affairs – Must have a Masters Degree in Sociology or Mathematics or Social Work or Anthropology or Economics or Statistics or Geography with 3 years of experience

Assistant Professor (Ayurveda, Bal Roga (Kaumarbhritya), Directorate of AYUSH, Department of Health and Family Welfare, NCT Government of Delhi – Must have postgraduate degree in relevant field or experience

Four vacancies for the position of Assistant Professor (Ayurveda, Kaya Chikitsa), Directorate of AYUSH, Department of Health and Family Welfare, NCT Government of Delhi – Must have postgraduate degree in any field or relevant experience

Assistant Professor (Ayurveda, Kriya Sharir), Directorate of AYUSH, Department of Health and Family Welfare, NCT Government of Delhi – Must have postgraduate degree in relevant field or experience

UPSC Recruitment 2022: How to Apply

Step 1: Visit UPSC official website.

Step 2: Search “Online Recruitment Application (ORA)” for various recruitment positions.

Step 3: Click “Apply Now” next to the position you wish to apply for.

Step 4: Fill in basic information and register.

Step 5: Upload the necessary documents and fill in all the required details.

Step 6: Pay the application fee

Step 7: Save the application form for future use.

UPSC recruitment 2022: application fees

Candidates belonging to the non-reserved category will have to pay Rs 25 while SC, ST, PwD and female candidates have been exempted from paying fees.

UPSC Recruitment 2022: Selection Process

Upon submission of applications, shortlisted candidates will be required to appear for an interview. Shortlisted candidates will be required to bring a printed copy of their online application and all other documents to UPSC on the day of the interview. The interview schedule will be communicated separately by mail.

The selection will be made on the basis of either an interview alone or a recruitment test followed by an interview. The interview weighting will be 100 points out of which unqualified and EWS category candidates will need to score a minimum of 50 points, OBC candidates will need to score 45 points and SC, ST and PwBD candidates will need to score a minimum. of 40 stitches to choose from.

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