JOB POST: Fresh Graduates as Deputy Field Officer at Cabinet Secretariat, Govt. of India [29 Vacancies]: Apply by Nov 12

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Applications are invited from candidates, who are domiciled in any of the seven Northern Eastern states of India, for filling up vacancies for the post of Deputy Field Officer (GD) by regional direct recruitment on language basis, in Government of India organisations.

Candidates belonging to NE region, who know any of the under-mentioned languages with proficiency to read, write and speak in the concerned language and fulfil the following laid-down eligibility conditions, may apply for the post of Deputy Field Officer (GD).

Total Vacancies: 29. The language-wise distribution of vacancies is given below.

  • Garo – 03
  • Burmese – 02
  • Assamese – 02
  • Nagamese (Main dialect) – 02
  • Nagamese (Nocte) – 01
  • Nagamese (Tangsa) – 01
  • Nagamese (Wancho) – 01
  • Nagamese (Konyak) – 02
  • Nagamese (Sema ) – 02
  • Nagamese (Pangmi) – 02
  • Nagamese (Thangkhul)- 02
  • Bodo – 03
  • Mara – 02
  • Arakanese – 02
  • Chin – 02

Educational Qualification

Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or university of institution as on November 12, 2019.

Salary

The post carries an initial pay of  Rs. 44,900/- in Level-7 in the pay matrix as per Central Civil Service (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016 plus other allowances as admissible to Central Govt. Employees of equivalent grade.

Age

Not exceeding 30 years as on Nov 12, 2019. Relaxation in age applies to SC/ST/OBC and other categories as per government rules.

Mode of Selection

2 rounds of written exams followed by interview.

Preliminary Exam (Objective/MCQ):  Single Paper, 2 Hrs, 200 Marks

English Comprehension: 50 marks
General Awareness: 50 marks
General Intelligence/Reasoning Ability: 50 marks
Quantitative Aptitude: 50 marks

Main Written Examination (Conventional/Objective/MCQ): 2 Papers, 2 hours, 100 marks each

Paper-I (Conventional):

English Essay: 25 marks
Precis: 15 marks
Letter Writing: 15 marks
Comprehension passage: 20 marks
Grammar: 25 marks

Paper-II (Objective/MCQ):

Quantitative Abilities: 100 marks

Computer Proficiency Test (CPT): 1 hour, 50 Marks

Single paper having components of:

MS-Office Word:- Objective and short answer type questions on MS-Word/Windows and writing of paragraph, letter, report, etc: 25 marks
MS-Excel:- Objective and short answer type questions on MS-Excel and to make basic data entry and apply mathematical formula: 15 marks
MS-Power-Point:- Objective and short answer type questions on MS-Power Point and also to make presentation on any simple subject: 10 marks

Interview: 40 marks

How to apply

Candidates are required to send their applications in prescribed format incorporated in the advertisement below.

Form should be filled in English Capital (Block) letters only. The format may be photocopied/typed on A-4 size paper. Candidates should use either Black ink or Blue ink for filling up the application.

Candidates are advised to furnish correct information regarding their age, educational qualification, Caste/Category (i.e. SC/ST/OBC) and domicile status in the application form.

Self-attested copies of the certificate pertaining to age, educational qualifications, experience of working in any job/specialized field and Caste/Category etc are required to be attached with the application form.

SC/ST/OBC certificate is required to be furnished as per the specimen annexed. Format of certificate for availing age relaxation by candidates belonging to ex-servicemen category is also annexed. Submission of SC/ST/OBC certificate in any other format will not be accepted.

You are required to submit a self-attested copy of domicile certificate as proof of your residence/ local status, failing which your candidature will not be considered for direct recruitment to the post. Apart from the domicile certificate issued by State Government, Voter ID Card, Ration Card, Aadhaar Card and Indian Passport will also be considered as domicile proof.

The envelope containing the application, should be clearly superscribed as “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF Deputy Field Officer (GD) (name of language (s)) and addressed to

Post Bag No. 001, Lodhi Road Head Post Office, New Delhi- 110003”.

The application should be despatched under ordinary post. The last date of receipt of application is 12.11.2019.

For full details, application form and annexures, click here

 

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