Job Openings for Analysts (05 posts) in Department of Health and Family Welfare at Public Service Commission | Salary upto Rs 35000
The Public Service Commission (PSC) has been established under Article 315 of the Constitution of India, with the basic purpose of recruiting officials in various departments of the Government as per the requisitions sent by the Government in this regard from time to time.
Post : Analysts
No of posts : 05
Category Code : 71 (General - 03)
Category Code : 72/73 (Ex-Serviceman/LDESM, Punjab - 01)
Category Code : 77 (Scheduled Castes Others, Punjab - 01)
PAY SCALE: 10300-34800+4200
Grade Pay As per existing Government orders regarding the pay of the appointed candidates, as per Notification No. 7/204/2012- 4FP1/66, Dated 15/01/2015 Govt. of Punjab Department of Finance (Finance Personnel-I Branch) Chandigarh and Notification No. 1/62016 - 4P.P.1/834680/1 dated 07/09/2016 Govt. of Punjab Department of Personnel (Personnel Policies-1 Branch), Chandigarh fixed emolument equal to Minimum of the Pay Band without any Grade Pay or any allowance will be paid during the probation period of three years. Besides above, Annual increment or any other allowance except travelling allowance will not be paid during the probation period of three years. However, this issue is under litigation in Hon'ble High Court. So there may be some change in rule in due course, but so far the Rule stands.
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS :-
1. M.Sc.in Chemistry, Bio-Chemistry, Dairy Chemistry, Food Technology, Microbiology or M. Pharmacy, Minimum 2nd division from a recognized university or institution.
2. Punjabi of Matric or its equivalent Standard is essential.
(i) Candidates should not be below 18 years and above 37 years of age as on 01-01-2018.
(ii) Upper age limit may be relaxed up to 45 years for Punjab Govt. and its Board/Corporation/Commission and Authorities employees, all States/ Central Government employees.
(iii) The Upper age limit is relaxed up to 42 years for Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes of Punjab.
(iv) Ex-servicemen of Punjab Domicile shall be allowed to deduct the period of his service in the Armed Forces of Union from his actual age and if the resultant age does not exceed the maximum age limit prescribed for direct appointment to such a vacancy in the Service Rules concerned by more than three years, he shall be deemed to satisfy the condition regarding age limit.
(v) Upper age limit is also relaxable up to 42 years for Widows, Divorcees and certain other Categories of Women.
(vi) Upper age limit is also relaxed upto 47 years for Physically Handicapped of Punjab.
(a) The procedure for Competitive Examination for selection of candidates for the post of Analysts for Chemical Examiner Lab, Kharar in the Department of Health and Family Welfare Punjab, is in following sequence:-
(b) Due to multiple eligibility qualifications, the written paper for the competition will not be subject specific It will be a General Paper, based on multiple choice questions. The written paper will have a minimum 85 % weightage in the competitive examination Approximately two third of the total questions will be of logical Reasoning and Mental Ability. Rest of the questions will be of General Knowledge and Current Affairs. The exact number of questions and the total time allotted for the written examination, which may be between 2.5 to 3 hours will be intimated shortly.
(c) For the general pattern of questions, candidates may refer to similar General Papers conducted by PPSC for some other posts in the past, available on PPSC website.
(d) The marks allotted to Interview, will not exceed 15% of the total marks for the competition. Candidates not more than three times the number of posts (in their order of merit of written exam) shall be short-listed for appearing in the interview. However, this number shall be subject to variation if two or more candidates at the last number(the number at the end)get equal marks, then all of them shall be considered for appearing in the interview (subject to eligibility),warranting the corresponding increase in the stipulated ratio.
The salient features of the written competitive exam shall be as follows:-
(a) There will be no negative marking in the written test, for questions wrongly answered or questions not answered.
(b) After the answer key is put on the PPSC website (after written examination), candidates will be permitted to raise objections if any. Candidates will be given four days to deliberate before putting up objections. Any objection 'found frivolous' may draw negative marking, equal to the weightage of the question.
(c) The aim of the Interview is to assess the candidate's suitability for the job in terms of his personal qualities by a Panel Interview.
(d) Final result shall be prepared on the basis of the grand total of the marks obtainedby the Candidates in the Written Competitive Examination and the Interview.
(e) The marks of written competitive examination obtained by the candidates or cut off marks for interview will not be disclosed at the time of short listing the candidates for interview, to avoid the same influencing the interview panel. However the complete details of written marks and interview marks will be available on the website of Commission after compiling the final result.
A candidate shall be a:
i) Citizen of India; or
ii) Citizen of Nepal; or
iii) Subject of Bhutan; or
iv) Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the Ist January. 1962, with the intention of permanently settling in India; or.
v) A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African countries of Kenya, Uganda and United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar) Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India;
Provided that a candidate belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v) shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of Punjab in the Department of Home Affairs and Justice.
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