UPSC Recruitment 2019: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the notification concerning the recruitment process for Executive Engineer/Surveyor of Works, Library and Information Officer, Deputy Curator, Manager, Sr. Photographic Officer, and Assistant Director Posts. Candidates who desire to use it can go to a reputable internet site and observe before August 29, 2019.
UPSC Recruitment 2019: Vacancy details
- Executive Engineer (Civil Engineer)/ Surveyor of Works – four Posts
- Sr. Photographic Officer – 2 Posts
- Assistant Director – 1 Post
- Library and Information Officer – 1 Post
- Deputy Curator – 1 Post
- Manager, Mail Motor Service- 4 Posts
- UPSC Recruitment 2019: Eligibility criteria
Executive Engineer (Civil Engineer)/ Surveyor of Works – Degree in Civil Engineering or B.E. (Civil) or B. Tech. (Civil) or B. Sc. Engineering (Civil) or A.M.I.E. (Civil) from a recognized University/Institute. With this, they must have experience of 7 years inside the subject of Civil Engineering, and associated subject in Irrigation and Flood Control works. Sr. Photographic Officer – Degree from a regarded college. With this, they ought to have reveled in three years in numerous branches of Photography in an organization inside the subject of Print or Audio-Visual media. Assistant Director – Degree in Mechanical or Electrical or Chemical or Production or Industrial Engineering of a diagnosed University or equivalent*.With this, he/they must have 3-12 months enjoy in Engineering Workshop or Industry or education Institute.
Library and Information Officer – Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University with Hindi as the main issue (ii) Bachelor’s Degree in Library Science or Library and Information Science of a recognized University or Institute. With this, he/she ought to have an experience of 2 years in a Library beneath Central or State Government or Autonomous or Statutory Organization or Public Sector Undertaking or University or Recognized Research or Educational Institution Deputy Curator – Master’s Degree in Fine Arts or Art History and Criticism or Museology from a recognized college. With this, they ought to also have experience of three years in organizing exhibitions or production and booklet of books and Journals on Indian Art or coaching Museology or History of Art or Fine Arts in a huge Museum/ Gallery/ Organization/ Educational Institution.
Manager, Mail Motor Service- Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical or Automobile Engineering from a diagnosed University / Institute. With this, they must have reveled in 3 years of Motor Transport Traffic operation in a Govt. / Semi Govt. / PSU / Commercial Organisation listed at the stock alternate(s) of India. Higher education has seen increasing pressure on funding since the Gershon Report in 2004. This has been accelerated by the new, more market-focused environment created by the current government.
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