Engineering Services Examination-2013, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Union Public Service Commission, Delhi Apr 2013
Job or Vacancy Description:
Engineering Services Examination-2013
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will hold the Engineering Services Examination, 2013 from 28th June, 2013 for recruitment to the approx. 763 posts (PH-19) of Indian Engineering Service. The Examination will be held at various centres across the country.
Age : Not less than 21 years and not more than 30 years as on 01/01/2013. The upper age is relaxable for SC/ST/OBC and certain other categories of candidates to the extent specified in the Notice.
Educational Qualification: Candidate must hold a degree in Engineering or equivalent. Provided that a candidate applying for the posts of Indian Naval Armament Service (Electronics Engineering Posts) and Engineer Group A in Wireless Planning & Coordination Wing/ Monitoring Organization may possess M.Sc.Degree or its equivalent with Wireless Communication, Electronics, Radio Physics or Radio Engineering as a special subject. Candidates who qualify on the results of the written part of the examination will be summoned for personality test.
Physical Standards: Candidates must be physically fit according to the Regulations given in notice.
Fee: Rs.200/- either by remitting the money in any Branch of SBI by cash or by using net banking facility of State Bank of India/State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur/ State Bank of Hyderabad/ State Bank of Mysore/ State Bank of Patiala/ State Bank of Travancore or by using Visa/ Master Credit/Debit card.. SC/ ST/ Female / PH candidates are exempted from payment (OBC candidates required to pay full fee).sarkari naukri
How To Apply: Apply Online at UPSC
1. Before filling up the form candidates are advised to carefully go through the Notification No 07/2013-ESE published in the Employment News dated 06.04.2013.
2. Registration” link would take you to the list of all the active examinations, where you can select to apply for any of the listed examination by clicking on the link “Click Here” against each exam.would take you to the second part of the online application, which we will discuss and follow later in these instructions.
3. When the candidate clicks on Click Here link for the particular examination (as indicated in step 4) he will be redirected to a new page for entering into PART-I Registration of Online Application.
4. Click on the Continue button to proceed for the PART-I Registration. Clicking on ‘Continue’ button opens-up a fresh blank form for the PART-I Registration.
5. Here the system inter-alia asks for Candidate’s Personal Information including ‘Name’, ‘DOB’, ‘Father’s name’, ‘Mother’s name’, ‘Address’, whether the candidate falls in the ‘Physically Challenged status and category,
6. Candidates may note that Female, Physically Handicapped, SC and ST, candidates are not required to pay fee. When the candidates choose ST or SC in “Community” field OR Female in “Gender” field OR YES in “Physically Challenged ” field ;
7. Here the system asks for “Claiming age Relaxation”. The candidate is to select particulars for claiming age relaxation and if /she wants to claim age relaxation, after clicking “yes” in the field, certain code will be available to the candidate which he/she has to select after clicking on “CLICK” for category code
8. Here the system displays all the information provided by the candidate in the application form for verification. ‘Update’ button is also provided therein at the bottom of the Online Application details to move back and make any correction in the information filled in.
9. At the bottom of the page there is a ‘Declaration’ for the candidates. Candidates are advised to go through the contents of the Declaration carefully.
10. Here the system Displays the system generated unique ‘Registration ID’ along with the essential identification information about the candidate viz. ‘Name’, ‘Father’s Name’, ‘Mother’s name’, ‘DOB’, ‘Address’, ‘E-mail ID, etc. opted by the candidate.
Tentative Last Date:06-05-2013
About the organization:
Indianisation of the superior Civil Services became one of the major demands of the political movement compelling the British Indian Government to consider setting up of a Public Service Commission for recruitment to its services in the territory. The first Public Service Commission was set up on October 1st, 1926. However, its limited advisory functions failed to satisfy the people’s aspirations and the continued stress on this aspect by the leaders of our freedom movement resulted in the setting up of the Federal Public Service Commission under the Government of India Act 1935. Under this Act, for the first time, provision was also made for the formation of Public Service Commissions at the provincial level.The Constituent Assembly, after independence, saw the need for giving a secure and autonomous status to Public Service Commissions both at Federal and Provincial levels for ensuring unbiased recruitment to Civil Services as also for protection of service interests. With the promulgation of the new Constitution for independent India on 26th January, 1950,
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