Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission
Last Date: 15/04/2020.Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission has released an employment notification for the recruitment of 63 (sixty-three) posts of Junior Engineer (Civil) under the Rural Works Department, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh.
Name of post: Junior Engineer (Civil)
No of posts: 63
* Out of 63(sixty-three) posts, 52 posts are reserved for APST candidates of which 2(two) posts are reserved for physically handicapped candidates and 11 (eleven) posts unreserved (Open competition).
Pay: PB-2 Rs.9300-34800 & GP Rs. 4200/- pm.
Age: The candidates must have attained 18 years of age and should not be more than 32 years of age as on 45-04-2020. However, the upper age limit is relaxable in accordance with the orders issued by the Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh from time to time.
Educational Qualification: The candidate must have completed a 3 (three) years Diploma in Civil Engineering/Agricultural Engineering/Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering/ Agricultural
Engineering from a recognized University/Institution.
* However, students who have already appeared in the final examination of the qualifying diploma/ degree course and awaiting result shall also be eligible to apply. Such candidates who are declared to have qualified by the Commission in the written competitive examination will have to produce original certificate/mark sheets of passing their degree/diploma examination, issued by the Registrar/Assistant Registrar/ Controller of examination/Vice-Chancellor of the concerned University will only be accepted by the Commission on or before the date of interview/Viva-voce.
Selection Process: Written-test plus Viva-voce.
Application Fee: Candidates are required to pay the fee of Rs.100 for APST candidates and Rs.160 for non- APST candidates through online.
How to apply: Candidates are required to apply online only using Website www.appsconline.in. The last date for submission of applications is 15-04-2020 till 4 PM.
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