HPPSC Recruitment | Apply before 6th June, 2015

HPPSC Recruitment

Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission invites applicants for various posts to be filled up on the basis of Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Allied Services/ Posts (Class-III, Non-Gazetted) Examination, 2015.

The candidates may apply before 6th June, 2015.

Job Details

Post Names – Inspector, Grade-I, Excise and Taxation Inspector, Election Kanungo, Extension Officer.

Department Name – Food Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Excise & Taxation, Election, Industries.

Total Vacancies – 82

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

Candidates applying for this post, should be graduate from a recognized University or its equivalent.

They must have a knowledge of customs, manners and dialects of Himachal Pradesh and suitability for appointment in peculiar conditions prevailing in the Pradesh.

Age Limit

The candidates should age between 18 to 25 years.

How to Apply?

The candidates may submit their applications online.

Application Fee – INR 400/- (For General Category) and INR 100/- (For ST/SC/PWS/OBC)

Mode of payment

The candidates can pay requisite examination fee either through ‘eChallan’ or ‘e-Payment’ option.

The candidates can deposit the requisite examination fees at any branch of Punjab National Bank through an (e-Challan) generated through the website of the Commission, i.e. www.hp.gov.in/hppsc.

Thereafter, the candidates are required to visit again the above mentioned website to access the home page of the “ON LINE APPLICATION FILLING SYSTEM” by entering User ID and Password earlier created by the candidates on or before the last date prescribed for submission of online recruitment applications (ORA).

Click on “FEE DETAILS” and enter the details of “Branch Code / Name, Transaction Number and date of deposit” and then click on “Update Fee Details”.

The Candidates can also pay the requisite examination fee through Debit or Credit Card of any bank.

Selection Procedure

The candidates who applied for above posts will have to appear in an objective type Screening Test of three hours’ duration, will be conducted consisting of one paper of 200 Questions one mark each of multiple choice answers for short listing the candidates for the Main examination.

The marks obtained by the candidates in the screening test will not be counted for determining their final order of merit.

The candidates who are declared qualified in the Screening test shall be required to submit requisite documents in support of their eligibility for Main written examination separately on the prescribed application form, which will be uploaded on the official website of the Commission after the declaration of result of Screening Test.

Test Pattern

English (Conventional) – 150 Marks

Hindi (Conventional) – 150 Marks

General Knowledge – 200 Marks

Viva-Voce – 100 Marks.

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