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UPSC Recruitment 2022: 187 Vacancies Announced, Apply at upsc.gov.in

UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) recently released an employment notification for the recruitment of the following job profiles:

  • Assistant Commissioner
  • Assistant Engineer
  • Junior Time Scale
  • Admin Officer
  • Assistant Professor.

Interested individuals can submit their applications online at upsc.gov.in on or before 13 January 2022.

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187 vacancies are open for candidates. Individuals holding a bachelor’s/master’s degree in the relevant field from a recognized university are eligible to apply.

Job Summary

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Notification UPSC Recruitment 2022: 187 Vacancies Announced, Apply at upsc.gov.in
Notification Date 24 Dec 2021
Last Date of Submission 13 Jan 2022
City New Delhi
State Delhi
Country India
Organization Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Education Qual Graduate Degree/Post Graduate Degree
Functional Administration, Other Functional Area

 

Last Date to Apply: 13 January 2022

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Vacancy Details

  • Assistant Commissioner – 2 Positions
  • Assistant Engineer – 157 Positions
  • Junior Time Scale – 17 Positions
  • Administrative Officer – 9 Positions
  • Assistant Professor – 2 Positions

Eligibility Criteria

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Individuals holding a Graduate/Post Graduate degree can apply for these job profiles.

How to apply?

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You can apply online on or before 13 January 2022 on upsc.gov.in. After submitting the online application, take a printout of the same for future reference.

You must apply before the deadline exceeds which has still a long way to go i.e. 13 January. A big benefit of these job profiles is that students from any stream can apply for them. The application is online that makes it easier to apply and proceed smoothly with the application.

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If you are preparing for UPSC, this might be a good opportunity for you to gain some experience before you go ahead for bigger job positions.

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