Maharashtra Public Service commission invites application for HOD, Lecturers, Geologists and Director of Insurance jobs
There is a traditional belief that having a Government job is the most reassuring of all. Once you have secured a berth in a government department, you are set for life. Apart from this being the most secure job in this volatile job market, the perks of being a government servant is manifold. And for those who are interested in getting into this safe haven, Maharashtra Public Service Commission has announced jobs that are up for grabs.
MPSC (Maharastra Public Service Commission) has announced vacancy for 43 positions in Maharashtra Polytechnic Teachers Service Grade-A, Directorate of Geology and Mining, Maharashtra Mining Service, Grade-A and General State Services, Group-A. Eligible Indian Citizens are requested to apply. The selections for these designations are through competitive examination and interview schedule. Aspirants should make sure that they check their eligibility criteria, with regard to age, minimum qualification, selection procedure, process of applying, remuneration and other norms, before submitting their application.
Following are the list of vacancies that are available. The fee and age limitation is also mentioned in the same table. For other details like mode of payment, application and selection process please refer below.
|Sr No||Position||Number of vacancies||Age Limitation |
(Age relaxation for each category will be applicable as per the rules)
|1||Head of the department – Dress designing and garment manufacturing||06||50 – 55 yrs||Rs.515/- for Unreserved category and Rs.315/- for Reserved category|
|2||Head of the department – Electrical Engineer||17||50 – 55 yrs||Rs.515/- for Unreserved category and Rs.315/- for Reserved category|
|3||Lecturer – Pharmacy||06||Below 40 yrs||Rs.315/- for Reserved category|
|4||Lecturer – Printing Technology||07||Below 35 yrs||Rs.515/- for Unreserved category and Rs.315/- for Reserved category|
|5||Geologist||06||Upto 33 yrs||Rs.515/- for Unreserved category and Rs.315/- for Reserved category|
|6||Director of Insurance||01||Max 45 yrs||Rs.515/- for Unreserved category|
Details of qualification required:
Candidates who are minimum graduates or post graduates in the following disciplines from any recognized universities, institutes or board; with first class and a minimum of 10 years of experience in their respective field are eligible to apply:
How to apply?
• Applicants, who are interested and eligible, may apply online through website https://mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.
• Option of recruitment should be chosen by applied candidates
• All the columns in the form should be filled appropriately and without any mistakes
• Examination fee should be submitted before the last date
• Duly filled application form should be saved by the candidate
• Incomplete forms will be rejected
• Filled in application form should be submitted by 24th December 2014 by 11.59 pm.
Examination fees and procedure:
Candidates willing to apply should pay in either of the following form:
• SBI Challan
• Debit card
• Credit card
• Net Banking
The last date of remitting fee in SBI is 26/12/2014 till the normal banking hours.
For the procedure to be fair, qualified candidates are selected through competitive exams and interview.
What is MPSC?
Maharashtra Public Service Commission is a government body created by the Constitution of India. This agency helps Government of Maharashtra to recruit best candidates into their various departments. They do this by conducting various competitive examinations. Eligible candidates are required to apply to MPSC, once they meet all the required criteria. The government seeks this body’s help for effective selection procedure, so that there are no discrepancies. A Chairman heads the commission and is supported by five other members.
How Maharashtra Public Service Commission Functions?
MPSC, year after year, helps Maharashtra government in sourcing best candidates for their different departments. They bring forth new and innovative ways of getting prospective candidates. Apart from this they also advise the government on formulation of recruitment rules and procedures, promotions, transfers, introducing and maintaining disciplinary functions etc. Usually PSCs are entrusted with the responsibility of getting eligible people, by their respective governments. This is an encouragement for local talents as PSCs are the best way for getting assuring government jobs through fair selection process.