Table of Contents: 1 Post Details 2 Salary Details 3 Eligibility 4 Selection Procedure 4.1 Application Fee 4.2 How to Apply 5 About Company/Institution 6 Latest News
Last date to apply – 18/12/2015
Union Public Service Commission Recruitment 2015
Into the table below you can see the name of the post, category wise vacancies and then the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Union Public Service Commission.
|Name of the post||UR||SC||ST||OBC||Total|
| Senior Scientific|
Officers Grade-II (Mechanical)
|Joint Secretary and Legislative Counsel||01||–||–||–||01|
|Professor in Civil Engineering (Technical)||01||–||–||–||01|
Total number of post – 14
Scale of Pay for Senior Scientific Officer, Associate Professor & Other
- Senior Scientific Officers Grade-II Pay Scale Rs.15,600-39,100 (PB-03)+Grade Pay Rs.5400/-
- Joint Secretary and Legislative Counsel Rs.37,400-67,000+Grade pay Rs.10,000/-
- Professor in Civil Engineering (Technical) Rs.37,400-67,000+Grade Pay Rs.10,000/-
- Associate Professor Rs.37,400-67,000+Grade Pay Rs.37,400-67,000+Grade Pay Rs.9,000/-
Age: 30 to 50 years (as on 18/12/2015)
Experience: work experience in relevant field, according to post.
Note* – The application fee should be paid by any branch of the SBI by Cash or by using net Banking.
How to Apply for Vacancy in Union Public Service Commission
- Download the Advertisement
- Read the Advertisement Carefully
- Register Online
- Complete Application Form
- Submit the Fee
- Print the Complete Application Form & Fee Receipt
About the Union Public Service Commission
|Name of the Company||Union Public Service Commission|
|Formation||01 October 1926|
|Type||Government of India|
|Headquarters||Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi|
|Location||Dholpur House, Shah Jahan|
Road New Delhi – 110069
|Parent Organisation||Government of India|
|Affiliations||Government of India|
Latest News of Union Public Service Commission
- UPSC Civil Services Exam results declared, 4 out of 5 toppers are women – The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) have announced the results of its civil services exam on its website www.upsc.gov.in.
READ: PM Modi congratulates all successful UPSC aspirants
It is the first time that the final results have been declared within four days of the closing date for the interviews.
READ: I expected to do very well, but didn’t expect to top it: UPSC topper Ira Singhal
According to the press note published on the website, a total of 1,236 candidates have been recommended for appointment. This year’s toppers are Ira Singhal, Renu Raj and Nidhi Gupta. Four out of the five toppers are women.
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Ira Singhal, a physically handicapped IRS officer from Delhi, topped the Civil services examination in which the top four positions went to women. 29-year-old Singhal topped the exam in the general category followed by Renu Raj, a doctor from Kerala, and Nidhi Gupta, also an Indian Revenue Service officer from Delhi, who secured second and third positions respectively, according to the results announced by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) today.
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Vandana Rao, who is also from Delhi, has got fourth rank while Suharsha Bhagat, an IRS (Income Tax cadre) officer has got fifth position in the examination. A total number of 1,236 candidates, including 590 in General category, 354 belonging to Other Backward Class, 194 from Scheduled Caste and 98 from Scheduled Tribe, have been recommended for appointment to various central government services, the UPSC said.
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“I am really very happy. I can’t believe this. I just prepared for the examination. I want to be an IAS officer. I want to do something for the benefit of physically-handicapped people,” Ira told PTI. Renu got the second rank in her first attempt. “I am extremely happy. I have been preparing for the exam for the last one year,” she said over phone from Thiruvananthapuram. She works in a hospital in Kollam in Kerala and hails from Kottayam.
Third rank holder Nidhi said it is a proud moment for her to get selected in the examination. “It is really a proud moment. I put in lot of hard work and finally it paid,” she said. Nidhi is presently Assistant Commissioner of Customs and Central Excise.
Vandana Rao, who got the fourth rank, is the topper in the Other Backward Class (OBC) category. “I called up people twice to cross check whether or not I have made it in the exam. It is a pleasant surprise. It is really a result of hard work,” she said Vandana graduated in 2012 and now aspires to be an IAS officer. “I want to be an IAS officer as it gives you ample scope to do something worthwhile for the country,” she said.
It was her third attempt. Bhagat, who hails from Bihar, is a Chemical Engineer from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. “Suharsha got selected in Indian Audit and Accounts Service (IAAS) in 2011. In 2012, he took the exam again and got Indian Information Service. In 2013 exam, he got IRS (income Tax). He is posted in Nagpur,” his father Phulendra Bhagat, who is a doctor, told PTI from Bihar’s Samastipur.
IAS and IPS officers are selected among others in the prestigious exam. A total of 1,364 posts are to be filled through the civil services examination.There are 254 candidates in the waiting list.
– See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/education-news/upsc-results-to-be-declared-today-at-1-pm-check-results-at-www-upsc-gov-in/#sthash.0WbSfMQh.dpuf
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