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Advertisement no. – 14 years 2015
Last date to apply – 31/12/2015
Goa Public Service Commission Recruitment 2015
Into the table below you can see the name of the post, the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Goa Public Service Commission
|Name of the post||Total|
|Inspector of Factories||01|
Total number of post – 15
Scale of Pay for Consultant, Sr Surgeon, Psychologist & Inspector
- Assistant Lecturers – Rs.15600-39,100+5400/-
- Junior Consultants – Rs.15600-39,100+5400/-
- Senior Surgeon – Rs.15600-39,100+6600/-
- Clinical Psychologist Rs.15600-39,100+6600/-
- Inspector of Factories Rs.9300-34,800+46,00/-
Age: Maximum 40 years (as on 31/12/2015)
- Assistant Lecturers – A recognised Medical qualification included in the First or Second Schedule or Part II of the Third Schedule (other than Licentiate qualification) to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. Holders of educational qualifications included in Part II of the Third Schedule should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in sub-section (3) of Section 13 of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956.
- Junior Consultants -A recognized Medical qualification included in the First or Second Schedule or Part-II of the Third Schedule (other than Licentiate qualification) to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956). Holders of educational qualifications included in Part-II of the Third Schedule should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in sub-section (3) of section 13 of the said Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. (ii) Postgraduate degree, failing which post-graduate diploma, in the specialty concerned. (iii) In case of Diploma holders, Work in responsible position connected with the specialty concerned for 2 years after post-graduation Diploma
- Senior Surgeon – A recognized Medical qualification included in the First or Second Schedule or Part II of Third Schedule (other than Licentiate qualification) to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956). Holders of educational qualifications included in Part II of the third Schedule should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in sub-section (3) of section 13 of the said Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. (ii) Postgraduate degree, failing which, post-graduate diploma in specialty concerned. (iii) Work in a responsible position connected with the specialty concerned for 3 years after post-graduation Degree or five years after post-graduation Diploma.
- Clinical Psychologist -Master’s Degree in Psychology from a recognized University or equivalent. (ii) Master of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) or Diploma in Medical and Social Psychology (2 years course), from a recognized University/Institution or equivalent. (iii) 2 years experience of teaching including Psychological testing and counseling.
- Inspector of Factories –Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering or Production Engineering or Chemical Engineering of a recognized University or equivalent, with Diploma in Industrial Safety of one year duration (full-time) of a recognized Board or University OR (i) Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering or Production Engineering or Chemical Engineering of a recognized Board or equivalent with 3 years experience in a factory or workshop of repute and having Diploma in Industrial Safety of one year duration (full-time) of a recognized Board or University.
Experience: Work experience in relevant field, according to post.
- Computer-based Recruitment Test
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About the Goa public Service Commission
- In 1962 the Indian Parliament passed the 12th Amendment Act, 1962 to the Constitution of India, under which the Territory of Goa, Daman & Diu was included in the Schedule I of the Constitution of India (Constitution) and was declared as an Union Territory.As an Union Territory, all the selections for Gazetted group �A� and �B� posts were made through the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). All their service matters, such as promotions, confirmations, seniority, recruitment rules, disciplinary matters, etc. were controlled by the UPSC.Under the Constitution (Fifty-Sixth Amendment) Act, 1987 Goa was included in the Schedule I of the Constitution of India, as the twenty � fifth �State� of India.
With the attainment of Statehood w.e.f. 30-5-87, under Article 315 of the Constitution of India, Goa was entitled to have its own Public Service Commission. Accordingly, Notification No. 13/54/88-PER-117 dated 26th May,1988 was issued by the Government of Goa and w.e.f. 30-5-88 the Goa Pubic Service Commission (GPSC) was set up and the UPSC discontinued to exercise its jurisdiction over service matters, in Goa. Dr. J.C. Alemeida, IAS (Retired) was appointed as the first Chairman of the Goa Public Service Commission.
Latest News of Goa public Service Commission
Goa to implement cyclone risk mitigation project – PANAJI
The Goa government on Friday decided to implement national cyclone risk mitigation project in the state, which has 105-km coastal belt. The project will entail the cost of Rs 140 crore and will have 75:25 ratio expenditure by the Centre and the state government.
Briefing the media persons after a cabinet meeting, Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar on Friday said Goa has been included in the second phase of the project, which is being implemented by the Nation Disaster Management Authority, New Delhi.
The state cabinet has agreed to implement it in Goa.
The project aims to bring about cyclone forecasting, tracking and warning systems, cyclone risk mitigation and capacity building in multi-hazard risk management.
The major infrastructural facilities to be constructed under the project include multipurpose cyclone shelters, access roads, saline embankments and underground cabling.
Parsekar said the state government would make financial provision for the project in the next budget and would try to complete the work by the end of 2016.
The state cabinet has also approved amendment to the Goa Panchayat Raj (Application of Panchayat and Zilla Panchayat Fund) Rules 1996, which will facilitate increases in expenditure limits for panchayats and zilla panchayats in the state for purchases and meeting expenses.
Under the new provision, the government will release Rs 60,000 to each village panchayat to purchase two-wheeler for administrative purpose, besides Rs 3000 for gram sabha.
There are expenditure limitations for the panchayats and the ZPs under the present rules, Parsekar said, adding that the proposed amendment would substantially hike expenditure limitations.
Under the new rules, the government will increase the rent for occupant building of the panchayat from Rs 1000 to Rs 10,000 per month, while the ZP will get Rs 50,000 from the present Rs 5000.
At present, the government allows the panchayat to spend Rs 50, 000 on furniture. Now, under the new provision, the panchayat will get Rs 1 lakh while the ZP can spend up to Rs 1.50 lakh per year.
Similarly, the expenditure on stationeries to the panchayat will increase from Rs 5000 to Rs 50,000 and for the ZP the amount will be raised to Rs 75,000 per year.
The government has decided to increase the amount for conducting ordinary meetings of panchayat from Rs 100 to Rs 500 and for ZP it will be Rs 5000.
The cabinet has also approved enhancement in salary of consultants and nurses who work on contract basis in the cardiology and cardiac surgery, super specialty unit of the Goa Medical College.
Under this provision every year there will be 10 per cent hike in the salary of consultants and nurses.
Besides, the government has also decided to increase the monthly salary of senior consultant Dr Manjunath Desai of the unit from Rs 2 lakh to Rs 4 lakh at the par of two other consultants.
The government has planned to develop the unit into an institution and has constituted an expert committee, which is headed by the GMC dean.
The government has also decided to appoint 52 staff nurses on contract basis with monthly remuneration of Rs 28,750 each in the health department. These will be those who have passed out from the Goa Nursing Institute.
The cabinet has also given approval to fill up 18 additional posts in the armory section of Goa police through direct recruitment.
The cabinet has also given green signal to send offer letters to 13 candidates for junior scale officer posts who have been recommended by the Goa Public Service Commission.
The cabinet decided to keep in abeyance nine posts, which have been contested in court.
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