Assistant Engineer (Civil Electrical/ Mechanical), Jobs & Vacancy in Engineering at Rajasthan Public Service Commission, Ajmer Mar 2013
Job or Vacancy Description:
Assistant Engineer (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical) Examination – 2013
RPSC invites Online application for various posts of Assistant Engineers in different department of Rajasthan Government through a competitive examination :
Assistant Engineer (Civil Electrical/ Mechanical) : 324 posts (Civil -256, Electrical-14, Mechanical – 54), Qualification : B.E. in Civil/ Electrical or Mechanical or equivalent
Pay Scale : Rs.15600-39100 Grade Pay Rs.5400/-
Age : 21-37 years as on 01/01/2014.
Application Fee : Rs. 350/- (Rs. 250/- for OBC and Rs.150/- for SC/ST) plus Rs.40/- online portal charges.
How to Apply : Apply Online at RPSCpublic sector recruitment
1. Scheme of Examination: – The Competitive Examination will be held in two successive stages:- (i) Preliminary Examination (ii) Main Examination (i) Preliminary Examination : the preliminary Examination will consist of two papers, i.e. one compulsory paper and one optional paper, which will be of objective type and carry a maximum of 400 marks in the subjects mentioned in Section ‘A and B’.
2. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination by the candidates who are declared qualified for admission to the Main examination will not be counted for determining their final order of merit. The number of candidates to be admitted to the main Examination
3. COMPULSORY PAPER MAX MARKS TIME General knowledge & General Science 200 2 hours including General knowledge of Rajasthan its Geography, Economy and culture List of Optional papers :- (any one paper to be opted by a candidate). Max. Marks Time Civil Engineering 200 2 hours Electrical Engineering 200 2 hours Mechanical Engineering 200 2 hours Main examination: – The written examination will consist of the following papers which will be conventional type.
4. and (Any one subject to be opted by a candidate 200 marks for each paper Paper – IV from the following list of optional subjects. Each subject will have two papers)
5. The Commission shall award marks to each candidates interviewed by them. In interviewing the candidates besides awarding marks in respect of character, personality, address and physique, marks shall also be awarded for the candidate’s knowledge of Rajasthani culture.
6. If a candidate’s hand-writing is not easily legible, a deduction will be made on this account from the total marks otherwise accruing to him. Credit will be given for orderly, effective and exact expression combined with due economy of words in all subjects of the examination.
Tentative Last Date:31-03-2013
About the organization:
Rajput clans emerged and held their sway over different parts of Rajasthan from about 700 AD. Before that, Rajasthan was a part of several republics. It was a part of the Mauryan Empire. Other major republics that dominated this region include the Malavas, Arjunyas, Yaudhyas, Kushans, Saka Satraps, Guptas and Hunas. The Rajput clans ascendancy in Indian history was during the period from the eighth to the twelfth century AD. The Pratihars ruled Rajasthan and most of northern India during 750-1000 AD. Between 1000-1200 AD, Rajasthan witnessed the struggle for supremacy between Chalukyas, Parmars and Chauhans. Around 1200 AD a part of Rajasthan came under Muslim rulers. The principal centers of their powers were Nagaur and Ajmer. Ranthanbhor was also under their suzerainty. At the beginning of the 13th century AD, the most prominent and powerful state of Rajasthan was Mewar. Rajasthan had never been united politically until its domination by Mughal Emperor – Akbar. Akbar created a unified province of Rajasthan. Mughal power started to decline after 1707. The political disintegration of Rajasthan was caused by the dismemberment of the Mughal Empire. The Marathas penetrated Rajasthan upon the decline of the Mughal Empire. In 1755 they occupied Ajmer. The beginning of the 19th Century was marked by the onslaught of the Pindaris. In 1817-18 the British Government concluded treaties of alliance with almost all the states of Rajputana. Thus began the British rule over Rajasthan, then called Rajputana. Post Independence The erstwhile Rajputana comprised 19 princely states and two chiefships of Lava and Kushalgarh and a British administered territory of Ajmer-Merwara. Rajasthan State was heterogeneous conglomeration of separate political entities with different administrative systems prevailing in different places.
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