APSC Recruitment 2018 – 169 Fishery Development Officer, Veterinary Officer & Various Vacancy – Last Date 19 March

APSC Recruitment 2018 – 169 Fishery Development Officer, Veterinary Officer & Various Vacancy – Last Date 19 March

Assam Public Service Commission invites application for the post 169 Fishery Development Officer, Veterinary Officer & Various Vacancy under Assam Government. Apply before 19 March 2018. Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…

Advt No. : 01/2018

APSC Job Details :

  • Post Name : Fishery Development Officer
  • No. of Vacancy : 47 Posts
  • Pay Scale : Rs.30000-110000/-
  • Grade Pay : Rs.12700/-
  • Post Name : Veterinary Officer
  • No. of Vacancy : 113 Posts
  • Pay Scale : Rs.30000-110000/-
  • Grade Pay : Rs.12700/-

Eligibility Criteria for APSC Recruitment :    

  • Educational Qualification : 
  • For Fishery Development Officer : B.F.Sc Degree from any College/University recognized by the I.C.A.R or D.F.Sc or Master of Science (Fisheries) from C.I.F.E. Mumbai or any other Institute of the I.C.A.R.
  • For Veterinary Officer : Bachelor degree in Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science from any recognized University.
  • Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum age limit is 21 to 43 years  As on 01.01.2018

Job Location : Assam

APSC Selection Process : Selection will be based on Written test / Viva-voce interview.

Application Fee : General Candidate have to pay Rs.250/- and Rs.150/- for SC/ST candidates through Treasury Challan.

How to Apply APSC Vacancy : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with Self attested photocopies of Certificate / Mark Sheet / recent photograph & Treasury Challan send to the Under Secretary, APSC, Jawaharnagar, Khanapara, Guwahati-22 on or before 19.03.2018.

Important Dates to Remember :

  • Last Date for Submission of Application form : 19.03.2018

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