HPPSC Naib Tehsildar and Tehsil Welfare Officer Notification 2018 out, Apply Before February 22

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HPPSC Naib Tehsildar and Tehsil Welfare Officer Notification 2018 out, Apply Before February 22
HPPSC Naib Tehsildar and Tehsil Welfare Officer Recruitment 2018 Notification out apply before February 22

HPPSC Naib Tehsildar and Tehsil Welfare Officer Recruitment 2018 Notification out. Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPPSC) has published advertisement no 3/2018 today to fill up Naib Tehsildar in Revenue Dept & Tehsil Welfare Officer in Department of Social Justice & Empowerment. HPPSC invites Online Recruitment Applications (ORA) from the eligible candidates. Applicants can submit ORA applications at www.hppsc.hp.gov.in/hppsc on or before 22 February 2018.

HPPSC Naib Tehsildar and Tehsil Welfare Officer Recruitment 2018 Notification

Naib Tehsildar: Class-II (Gazetted) (on a regular basis) with Pay band Rs.10300 – 34800 plus Rs.4800 (Grade Pay). 9 posts available. Age should be between 21 to 45 years.

Tehsil Welfare Officer: Class-II (Non-Gazetted) (on Contract basis) with Pay band Rs.10300 – 34800 plus Rs.4200 (Grade Pay). 11 posts available. Age 18 to 45 years.

Age of a candidate reckoned as on 1st January 2018.

Educational Qualifications: candidates must have passed graduation from any recognized university.

Fee: Examination fee for general category candidates is Rs.400, SC/ST/OBC candidates is Rs.100. No examination fee for Ex-servicemen and Visually Impaired.

Scheme of Examination

Initially, an objective type Screening Test of two hours duration will be conducted. It consists of General Knowledge of 120 questions of multiple choice. HPPSC is conducting screening test for shortlisting of candidates for the main examination.

SYLLABUS Syllabus for combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination for the post of Naib Tehsildar (‘A’ Class) and Tehsil Welfare Officer:

Paper of 02 hours duration consisting of 120 marks (G.K) (Objective type).

a) History, Socio Economic development of Himachal Pradesh and Geography. = 30 Marks

b) Knowledge of current events of International andNational importance and such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. = 50 Marks

c) Paper will also include questions on Modern History (From 1857 onwards) of India, Indian culture, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Geography of India and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi. = 40 Marks

Qualified candidates for screening test require submitting necessary documents for the main examination separately. After the declaration of screening test results, the candidate may upload essential documents on the commission’s website.

Sl. No. Subject Marks Minimum pass marks Duration (In minutes)
1 General Knowledge and Current Affairs 100 33 percent 120
2 General English 50 33 percent 90
3 English Essay 50 33 percent 90
4 Hindi 50 33 percent 90
5 Viva-Voce 40 33 percent

 

The candidates have to pass all the four subjects as above. Any candidate fails in any one of the above subjects will be treated as ‘not qualified’. The qualified candidates shall be called for personal interview/Viva-Voce.

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