Technical Officer Scientist SB & Assistant Professor Vacancies in UPSC Union Public Service Commission UPSC Recruitment 2015 – Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) online applications forms are invited for the recruitment of Technical Officer Scientist SB & Assistant Professor Job vacancies. UPSC latest notifications or syllabus, answers keys will be available at under the career recruitment tab.
Important Dates for UPSC Technical Officer Scientist SB & Assistant Professor Post’s Advertisement notification 2015
  • Last Date of Receipt Application Form: 15/May/2015.

UPSC Recruitment 2015

Post Name Vacancies Minimum Qualification Age Limit
Technical Officer (Forestry) Grade-II  5 Post Graduation in Statistics / Operations Research /Forestry / Economics (with Statistics) / Commerce (with Statistics) / Mathematics (with Statistics) / Agriculture (with Statistics) subjects/ Post Graduate Diploma in Forestry Management/2 Yrs experience in collection / compilation /analysis of data including data in Agriculture or Forestry work.  30 Yrs 
Scientist SB (Non-destructive) in National Test House  1 Master Degree in Physics (Pure/ Applied) subjects/Graduation in Mechanical/Metallurgical/Electrical Engg. subjects/3 Yrs practical experience in non-destructive/ metallographic techniques as employed in testing evaluation/ failure investigation of materials.  35 Yrs 
Scientists SB (Electrical) in National Test House  2 Post Graduation in Physics (Pure/ Applied)/ Computer Science or Graduation in Electrical/ Electronics/ Computer Science & Engg./Computer Science/ Technology/ Telecommunication/ Radio Physics subjects./3 Yrs’ practical experience in the testing and evaluation of electrical stores/materials/measuring instruments  35 Yrs 
Assistant Professor in English in Regional Institute of English  1 Master Degree in English/PG Diploma in teaching of English/ English studies awarded by Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL) Hyderabad.  35 Yrs 
Senior Assistant Controllers of Mines in Indian Bureau of Mines  2 Graduation in Mining Engg./5 Yrs’ experience in supervisory capacity in metalliferrous mines.  40 Yrs 
Deputy Director (Non-Technical) in the Office of the Textile Commissioner  1 Graduation in any discipline/10 Yrs’ experience in responsible capacity of work connected with Handloom or ‘Textile Industry or Commerce or Industry.  45 Yrs 
Selection / Recruitment Process: will be Documents Verification and Interview.
UPSC Admit Card Hall Ticket for Technical Officer Scientist SB & Assistant Professor Jobs:  Download Roll Number from on before 15 Days from the Exam date from.

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