Last Date:21 October,2019
Department of Personnel, Chandigarh Administration invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 356 Clerk . Apply Online before 21 October 2019. Chandigarh Administration Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.chandigarh.gov.in
Name of the post – Clerks
No of post – 356
Pay Scale – 10300 – 34800/-
Bachelor Degree from a recognized University/Institution and Proficiency in operation of computer and a speed of 35 words per minute in English Typewriting on Computer and Certificate of ICT Skills course.
General Instruction:police recruitment
- Examination Centres for written test will be notified at the time of downloading of admit card-cum-Roll No. slip. The candidates will report at the Examination Centre one hour before the scheduled time alongwith admit card-cum-Roll No. slip and the same passport size photograph as uploaded in the ON-LINE Application form, so that proper frisking of the candidates could be made.
- No request for change of examination centre will be entertained.
- Wherever the evaluation is in terms of grades, the candidate must attach the conversion scale.
- Selection will be made purely on the basis of merit in written test subject to fulfilment of eligibility conditions and simply appearing in the written test does not give any right to the candidate for appointment. As such, candidates are advised to ensure that they fulfil the eligibility conditions to the post applied for. No Interview will be conducted.
- Documents for claiming benefit of reserved categories should be obtained from competent authority not less than Deputy Commissioner/Additional Deputy Commissioner/SDM/ District Sainik Welfare Board/Chief Medical Officer as the case may be.
- Where an Ex-serviceman is not available for recruitment against a reserved vacancy, such a vacancy shall be reserved to be filled in by recruitment of the wife or one dependent child of an Ex-Serviceman, who has never been recruited against a reserved vacancy as per rules, subject to the conditions that :- (i) He or she possesses the prescribed qualification and is within the prescribed age limits; (ii) He or she is not already in service; (iii) He or she will be eligible to avail the benefit only once in life.
- Eligible dependents of ex-serviceman will be required to submit Lineal Dependent Certificate on prescribed format issued by the concerned Zila Sainik Welfare Officer at the time of document verification.
- A candidate would be eligible for the benefit of reservation of Other Backward Class (OBC) whose caste is notified in the State list of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) of Union Territory, Chandigarh. In case, the caste is not notified in the State list of OBC of Union Territory, Chandigarh, his/her candidature will be treated as un-reserved.
- The question paper & the answer Key of each written test shall be uploaded on the website on the next day of the examination for calling objections, if any, from the candidates, who can submit their objections within 03 days through website with proof. Thereafter objections will be referred to experts and key will be finalized for preparation of result, which will also be uploaded on the website.
- No candidate will be considered to have qualified in the written test unless or until he/she obtained at least qualifying 40% marks in each paper i.e. 40 out of 100.
- Marks obtained by the candidates in written test will be uploaded on the website.
- Merit list shall be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the written test and will be uploaded on the website and on the basis of merit, the candidates will be called for Typing Test and Stenography Test for the posts of Clerks and StenoTypists respectively equal to 10 times of number of vacancies i.e. in the ratio of 1:10 in first batch. If required number of candidates fail to qualify the said tests then next batch of candidates in the ratio of 1:10 of remaining posts will be called for shorthand/typing test on Computer.
- The candidates scoring higher merit will be considered against the posts in question. A waiting list shall also be maintained. In case, the selected candidate fails to join the post due to any reason within a period of one month (4 months in exceptional circumstances with prior approval of the competent authority), his/her candidature will be cancelled and the candidates in waiting list shall be offered appointment till all the notified vacancies of Clerks and Steno-Typists are filled up.
- In case two or more candidates secure equal merit, then the candidate older in age will rank higher in the order of merit list at the time of final selection.
- In case two or more candidates secure equal merit and their date of birth may happen to be the same then the candidate having higher percentage in educational qualification shall rank higher in the order of merit list at the time of final selection.
- Final Merit list prepared on the basis of marks in written test (of those candidates who qualified type/ stenography test) will be uploaded on the website & on the basis of said merit, candidates will be called for scrutiny of original documents and checking up eligibility conditions.
- From 1952 to 1966 (the year Haryana was carved out of Punjab) Chandigarh was the capital of Punjab. Citizens of the city were represented in the state’s Legislative Assembly and a Chief Commissioner headed the local administration. While Punjab had remained undivided, Chandigarh, like other large cities of India, fitted into the larger framework of the state administration. When Punjab was divided, both Punjab and Haryana claimed the new city for its capital. Pending resolution of the issue, the Central Government made Chandigarh a Union Territory (under Section 4 of the Punjab Re-Organisation Act, 1966, with effect from November 1, 1966) with its administration functioning directly under the Central Government. Under the provisions of this Act, the laws in force in the erstwhile State of Punjab prior to November 1,1966, continue to be applicable to the Union Territory of Chandigarh.
- The practice of appointing an Administrator of the UT designated as “Chief Commissioner” continued up to May 31, 1984. There after, on June 1, 1984, the Governor of Punjab took over the direct administration of the Union Territory as the Administrator. “Chief Commissioner” was redesignated as “Adviser to the Administrator”. Ever since June 1984, the Governor of Punjab has been functioning as the Administrator of Union Territory of Chandigarh.
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