Eligibility : MA, M Phil / Ph.D, Any Post Graduate, MSc
Location : Kolkata
Last Date : 25 Apr 2017
West Bengal PSC – Job Details
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Asst. Professor recruitment in West Bengal PSC (West Bengal Public Service Commission)
West Bengal PSC recruiting 260 Vacancies for the post of Asst. Professor
Subjects /Vacancy :
Anthropology /03 Post
Commerce /12 Post
Computer Science/04 Post
Conservation Biology/04 Post
Hindi /3 Post
Mathematics /08 Post
Nepali /02 Post
Philosophy /05 Post
Physics /14 Post
Physiology /04 Post
Political Science /16 Post
Sanskrit /02 Post
Santhali /08 Post
Qualification : Good academic record, with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade B in 7 point scale wherever grading system is followed) at the Masters Degree level in a relevant subject from an Indian University, or an equivalent Degree from an accredited foreign University.
Age : 37 years as on 01.01.2017
Pay Scale : Rs.15, 600/- Rs.42, 000
Fee: For all categories of post Rs. 210/- (Rupees two hundred ten) only + Service Charge 1% of Examination Fee subject to a minimum of Rs.5/- for online payment through debit/credit card plus 12.36% of service charge as Govt. Duty or Service Charge of Rs.5/- (Rupees Five) only for Net Banking or Service Charge of Rs.20/- (Rupees Twenty) only for payment through Bank Counter (off-line payment).
Selection Process : Candidates will be Selected on the basis of their performance in Screening Test/Written Test
Hiring Process : Written-test
Job Role: Teacher / Trainer
How to apply
Important Dates :
Filling up of online application will be commencing from: The 5th April, 2017; 11:30 a.m. onwards.
Closing date for receipt Online application: The 25th April, 2017.
Last date of fees payment (For all categories of post): The 25th April, 2017.
About West Bengal PSC
The origin and evolution of Public Service Commission in India can be traced back to the democratic demands raised by the Indians and consequence thereof. As far back as 1856 educated Indians raised the demand for admission into the Indian Civil Service, and the Indian National Congress adopted a resolution on its foundation in 1885 demanding holding of simultaneous examination for the I.C.S. both in England and in India. Such demands were supplementary to the demands raised in the Indian National Movement for self-government.
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