Last Date:29 August,2019
Kerala PSC aka Kerala Public Service Commission invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 70 Office Attendant & Laboratory Technician. Apply Online before 29 August 2019. Kerala PSC Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.keralapsc.gov.in
Name of the post – Laboratory Technician
No of post – 06
Pay Scale – 22,200 – 48000/-
A pass in PreDegree or equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks or B grade in science subjects and one year Medical Laboratory Technician Diploma Course.
General Information:government jobs
- Applications are invited online only by One Time Registration system exclusively from qualified candidates for selection to the under mentioned post. Applications must be submitted online through the Official website of the Kerala Public Service Commission after One Time Registration. Candidates who have already registered shall apply through their profile.
- Separate Ranked lists will be prepared for each district in pursuance of this notification.The Ranked lists thus prepared and published by the
Commission,shall remain in force for a minimum period of one year, subject to the condition that the said list will continue to be in force till the
publication of a new list after the expiry of the minimum period of one year or till the expiry of three years whichever is earlier.Candidates will be advised forappointment against aforesaid vacancies and also against the vacancies, if any, reported during the currency of the lists. In case no candidate is advised from the ranked list till the expiry of the period of three years, the duration of the Ranked list shall be extended for a further period of one year or till at least one candidate is advised from the list whichever is earlier.
- Candidates should submit the application for this Post to the concerned District and should note the name of the concerned District against the relevant column of the Online Application.Applications should not be submitted to more than one District in response to this notification. If
applications are submitted contrary to above direction and if he/she is selected, his/her name will be removed from the Ranked List and disciplinary action will be taken against him/her.
- The selection in pursuance of this notification will be made on a revenue District basis,subject to the special conditions laid down in GO(MS)No.154/71/PD dated 27.05.1971. A candidate advised for appointment in one revenue District from the Ranked List prepared for that district is not eligible for transfer to another district unless he/she completes five years continuous service from the date of commencement of service in
the former districts. Even if transfer is allowed after five years, it will be subject to the rules in G O (P) No. 4/61/PD, dated 2.1.1961. Candidates already in Government Service holding this post in this Department in any one district are prohibited from applying for this post,but they can apply to higher posts when notified.
- If there is any change in caste with respect to the entries in SSLC, then such changes is to be published in the gazette notification and the same along with the community certificate/Noncreamy layer certificate issued by the Revenue Authorities is to be produced to prove their claim in application at the time of One Time Verification or as and when required by the Commission.
- A pass in PreDegree or equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks or B grade in science subjects. S.S.L.C or equivalent for Exservicemen who have passed Class I Blood Transfusion Assistant Test and have put in not less than 15 years service in the Armed Forces.
- A pass in one year Medical Laboratory Technician Diploma Course conducted by the Medical Colleges, in Kerala and by the Public Health Laboratory,Thiruvananthapuram or any qualification equivalent thereto.
- Relaxation of 10% of marks for PreDegree will be allowed to candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe and 5% marks to candidates
belonging to other backward classes.
- KS&SSR Part II Rule 10(a)(ii)is applicable for selection to the Post.
- Candidates claiming equivalent qualification should produce relevant Government Orders during verification to prove that the qualification claimed is
equivalent to the prescribed qualification for the post.
- Candidates must register as per ONE TIME REGISTRATION with the official Website of Kerala Public Service Commission www.keralapsc.gov.in before applying for the post. Candidates who have registered can apply by logging on to their profile using their UserID and password. Candidates must click on the Apply Now button of the respective posts in the Notification Link to apply for a post. The Photograph uploaded should be taken after 31.12.2010. Name of the candidate and the date of photograph taken should be printed legibly at the bottom portion. The photograph once uploaded meeting all requirements shall be valid for 10 years from the date of taking the photograph. There is no change in other instructions regarding the
uploading of photographs. No application fee is required. Candidates shall take a printout of the application by clicking the link Registration Card in their profile.Candidates are responsible for the correctness of the personal information and secrecy of password. Before the final submission of the application on the profile candidates must ensure correctness of the information in their profile. They must quote the UserID for further communication with the Commission. Application submitted is provisional and cannot be deleted or altered after submission. The application will be summarily rejected if noncompliance with the notification is found in due course of processing.Documents to prove qualification,age,Community etc. have to be produced as and when called for Candidates who have AADHAAR card should add AADHAAR Card as I.D Proof in their profile 9 Last date of receipt of applications : 29/08/2019 Wednesday upto 12 midnight.
- If written/OMR/Online Test is conducted as part of this selection, candidate shall submit a confirmation for writing the examination through their One Time Registration Profile. Such candidate alone can generate and download the admission tickets in the last 15 days till the date of test. The application of candidates who do not submit confirmation within the stipulated period will be rejected absolutely.The periods regarding the submission of confirmation and the availability of admission tickets will be published in the Examination calender itself. Information in this regard will be given to the candidates in their respective profiles and in the mobile phone registered in it.
- The Kerala Public Service Commission is a body created by the Constitution of India. The Commission advise the Government on all matters relating to civil services referred to it under Article 320 (3) of the Constitution and publish notifications inviting applications for selection to various posts as per the requisitions of the appointing authorities, conduct written test and/or practical tests, physical efficiency test and interview, prepare ranked list based on the performance of the candidates and advise candidates for appointment strictly based on their merit and observing the rules of reservation as and when vacancies are reported. The Head Office of the Kerala Public Service Commission is situated at Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram, the State Capital.
- The Head Office of the KPSC is located at Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram, the State Capital. It has three Regional Offices and fourteen District Offices.
- The Kerala Public Service Commission is a body created by the Constitution of India. The Commission advise the Government on all matters relating to civil services referred to it under Article 320 (3) of the Constitution and publish notifications inviting applications for selection to various posts as per the requisitions of the appointing authorities, conduct written test and/or practical tests, physical efficiency test and interview, prepare ranked list based on the performance of the candidates and advise candidates for appointment strictly based on their merit and observing the rules of reservation as and when vacancies are reported.
- There was a Public Service Commissioner in the erstwhile Travancore state whose duty was to select candidates for direct recruitment to various categories of posts under the Government. G.D. Nokes was appointed as the first Public Service Commissioner on 14 June 1936. The Office of the Public Service Commissioner, Travancore continued to function till the integration of Travancore and Cochin States.
- In Cochin there was a Staff Selection Board constituted in 1936 to select candidates for initial recruitment to lower posts. In 1947 a three-member Cochin Public Service Commission was constituted under an Act of the State Legislature.
- The Travancore-Cochin State was formed on 1 July 1949 by the integration of the two Princely States of Travancore and Cochin.With the integration of the States of Travancore and Cochin on 1 July 1949 a Public Service Commission for the State of Travancore-Cochin was constituted by an Ordinance. There were three members on the Commission including the Chairman. The functions of the Travancore-Cochin Public Service Commission were generally the same as those laid down in the Government of India Act, 1935. Later, when the Constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950, the Travancore-Cochin Public Service Commission continued to function under the Constitutional Provisions.
- The State of Kerala was formed on 1 November 1956 consequent on the Reorganisation of States. It comprises the former Travancore-Cochin State (except the present Kanyakumari District and Shencottah Taluk of the present Tamil Nadu) and the Malabar District and the Kasargod Taluk of South Kanara District of the then composite Madras State.
- With the formation of the State of Kerala on 1 November 1956 as a result of the reorganisation of States, the Travancore-Cochin Public Service Commission was transformed into the Kerala Public Service Commission. V.K. Velayudhan was the 1st Chairman of Kerala Public Service Commission. The number of the Members of the Commission was increased to Five in 1959, to Seven in 1971, to Eight in 1981, to Nine in 1982, to Thirteen in 1983, to Fourteen in 1984, to Fifteen in 1984 and to the present strength of Eighteen in 2005.
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