Career in Central Forensic Science Laboratory as Scientist - UPSC | Ministry of Home Affairs
Union Public Service Commission invites Applications for the following Posts:
Post : One Scientist-B (Toxicology), Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Directorate of Forensic Science Services, Ministry of Home Affairs (UR-01).
The post is suitable for Physically Challenged Persons with disability viz. Orthopaedically Handicapped/Locomotor Disability/Cerebral Palsy with One leg affected (Right or Left) (OL) or Hearing Impairment Partially Deaf (PD). The post is permanent.
Pay Scale: (Pre-revised pay scale: PB – 3, Rs.15600 – 39100/- GP – 5,400/-) Revised Pay Scale: Level – 10 in pay matrix as per 7th CPC). General Central Service –Group ‘A’ Gazetted Non-Ministerial.
Age: 35 yrs.
QUALIFICATIONS: ESSENTIAL: (A) EDUCATIONAL: Master’s Degree in Chemistry / AICTE by examination / Biochemistry / Pharmacology / Pharmacy / Forensic Science with Chemistry as one of the subjects at Bachelor of Science level from a recognized University. *AIC: Associateship Diploma of the Institution of Chemist (India).
EXPERIENCE: Three years experience of analytical methods and research therein in the field of Toxicology in any Central Government or State Government organization or recognized research institute or Forensic Science Laboratory under the Central or State Government.
DESIRABLE: Experience of working in a Forensic Science Laboratory.
DUTIES: Crime Scene Management, Crime Case Examination, bestow expert testimony/de’ facto in the courts of law on subject matter under the provision of Cr. P.C. and Indian Evidence Act/ Information Technology Act, R&D activities on Forensic Activities and imparting training in their respective field of forensic specialization to the trainees from different investigating agencies / forensic science labs and other organizations.
HQ: New Delhi with Laboratories at Kolkata, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Guwahati & Pune. In connection with performing his duties the officer may be required to serve in any part of India.
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