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UPSC : Vacancy for Engineers | Engineering Jobs in UPSC | Officers Grade posts in UPSC | May 2010 | Advt. No. 09/2010 | Union Public Service Commission | Last Date 28/05/2010



Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is having vacancies for the post of Officer Grade I and is inviting applications from young Engineers to fill up the posts.

UPSC

UPSC is inviting application on prescribed forms by 28/05/2010 (04/06/2010 for the candidates from far flung areas) for various posts in various Government of India Ministries and Departments in the prescribed format.

Post Name :

Assistant Naval Store Officers Grade-I

  • Qualification : Candidates from the field of Electrical Engineering only are eligible for this post.
  • Vacancies : 08 posts in Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Navy)

Assistant Naval Store Officers Grade-I

  • Qualification : Candidates who are pass out from Mechanical Engineering are eligible.
  • Vacancies : 08 posts in Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Navy)

Assistant Naval Store Officers Grade-I

  • Qualification : Candidates from Electronics & Tele-Communication Engineering.
  • Vacancies : 10 posts in Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Navy)

Application Fee : Candidates have to pay a Fee of Rs.50/- in the shape of Central Recruitment Fee Stamp only.

Candidates are requested to please go to the UPSC website whose link is provided below For Details of posts, qualification, instructions and application format relating to Advt. No. 09/2010

UPSC web site

Application forms are available in the Recruitment Section of the above said website.

Address :

Candidates can send the Completed applications with enclosures to the

Secretary, Union Public Service Commission,

Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road,

New Delhi – 110069

The Application must reach on or before prescribed closing date i.e. 28/05/2010.

Click here to see Application format



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This post was written by Lalit Joshi

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