UPSC ‘B’ Scientist Recruitment 2022: Pay Tier 10, Eligibility Check, Other Details and How to Apply Here
UPSC 2022 Recruitment for Scientist B: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has invited applications from the
Candidates fulfilling eligibility for Post Scientific ‘B’ (Documents) at the Directorate of Forensic Science Services (DFSS), Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), under the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Of the suitable applicants, those who believe they have duly met the eligibility criteria for the position of Scientist “B” (Documents) at the Central Forensic Science Laboratory and who intend to submit their respective applications for the General Central Service, group “A”, published in the Gazette, non-La Poste Ministerial, can proceed to the Formality of the Online Registration Application Process (ORA).
Out of 07 vacancies, there are 05 numbers reserved for the non-reserved category in the UPSC notified recruitment with reference to scientist “B” (documents) under the Ministry of Interior.
The deadline for applicant’s submission of online recruitment applications with essential documents and testimonials etc. stipulated is 27th October 2022 (27.10.2022) as mentioned in the UPSC Recruitment Notification 2022 for the Post-Scientific ‘B’ (Documents) in the Forensic Science Services Branch.
Check Details Below for UPSC 2022 Recruitment for Scientist B
Name of employer: Forensic Science Services Branch
Job name: UPSC Recruitment for Scientist ‘B’
List of positions: Scientist ‘B’ (Documents)
Department and Organization: Central Forensic Laboratory, Ministry of Interior
Vacancy: 07 N° including 05 for Candidates in the Non-Reserved Category.
Classification of positions: General Central Service, Group ‘A’, Official Publication, Non-Ministerial Position
Type of display: The posting is permanent in nature
Wage scale: Remuneration Tier 10 (Rs.56100 to Rs.177500) in Remuneration Matrix as per CCS (RP) Rules 2016.
Upper age limit: not to exceed 35 years for general merit candidates. Senior Age Relaxation Relaxation for Reserved Community Applicants. The senior age is relaxed for regularly appointed officials of the Central Territory/Union Government up to 05 years of age as per instructions/orders issued by the Government of India from time to time. For age concessions applicable to other categories of candidates, the “Instructions and additional information for candidates concerning recruitment by selection are available for consultation.
With regard to former servicemen and officers, including ECO/SSCO, the upper age is relaxed by 05 years provided that at the deadline for receipt of applications, the continuous service rendered in the armed forces by a former soldier is minimum 06 (six) months after the certificate.
This upper age relaxation is also available to ECOs/SSCOs who have completed their initial assignment period of 05 (five) years of military service and whose assignment has been extended beyond five years on the date end of the online registration of the application and in which case, the Ministry of Defense issues certificates indicating that they will be issued within 03 (three) months of the selection from the date of receipt of the appointment offer. Applicants claiming relaxation of age under this paragraph should submit/produce a certificate in the prescribed form to the Union Civil Service Commission.
Essential qualification(s): The candidate must possess the following essential qualifications.
A) Masters degree in Chemistry or Physics or Forensic Science with Chemistry or Physics as one of the subjects during the 03 years of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) from any duly recognized equivalent university or institute.
B) Experience: 03 (three) years of experience in analytical methods and research in the field of document review from any of the government recognized organizations or institutions.
Note 2: The candidate’s experience qualification(s) may be relaxed at the discretion of the UPSC, for reasons to be documented in the case of those belonging to the Scheduled Caste community, if at any which stage of the selection, UPSC believes that it is unlikely that a sufficient number of candidates from this community with the required experience will be available to fill the positions reserved for them.
Union Civil Service Commission Recruitment Test Selection and Other Criteria:
Note-II: In case of large number of applications received from the candidates/candidates, the Union Civil Service Commission will adopt the screening criteria to limit the number of eligible candidates to be called for interview to a reasonable number. by one or more of the methodologies mentioned below:
(a) “Based on the desirable qualification (DQ) or one or all of the desirable qualifications (DQ) if more than one desirable qualification is prescribed”.
b) On the basis of diplomas higher than the minimum prescribed in the announcement.
c) On the basis of superior experience in the field concerned than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement.
d) Counting previous professional work experience before or after acquiring the essential qualifications.
e) Invoking previous work experience even in cases where no experience is mentioned either as an essential qualification (EQ) or as a desirable qualification (DQ).
f) By organizing a Recruitment Test (RT).
Therefore, the candidate must mention all his qualifications and experience in the relevant field in addition to the minimum qualifications.
Note-III: Important points:
Viva-voce / Personality Test weighs 100 points in total, explained below:
i) The minimum level of aptitude per category in the interviews (100 points), whether the selection is made only by means of an interview or by a recruitment test (RT) followed by the interview, will remain:
a) 50 minimum non-reserved qualification points to be obtained out of a total of 100 points. b) Economically weaker sections 50 points. c) Other backward community: 45 points, c) Scheduled caste/scheduled caste/persons with reference disabilities (PwBD): 40 points.
ii) In cases where the selection is made through a recruitment test (RT) followed by a personal interview, the candidate will be required to meet the minimum level of aptitude in their respective categories at the interview stage.
How to Apply for UPSC Recruitment 2022 for Scientist ‘B’
i) Visit the UPSC website: www.upsconline.nic.in.
ii) Connect to UPSC ORA link www.upsconline.nic.in/ora/
iii) Carefully read the online application/registration instructions.
iv) Apply by following the instructions on the online registration portal.
v) Scan signature and most recent passport size photograph for upload with the Online Recruitment Application (ORA).
vi) Self-attested documents ready for upload Online registration of application by UPSC.
Registration fees and method of payment:
a) Applicants will be required to pay an application fee of Rs. 25.00 (Rupees twenty-five only) only either by handing in the cash at any branch of State Bank of India in cash or using the Net -Banking Facility of State Bank of India either by using Visa/Master Credit/Debit Card or RuPay Card.
b) The Reserved Community (SC/ST/PwBD) and applicants from any community remain exempt from paying the application fee.
UPSC Helpline Counter Details: In case of any advice/information/clarification on applications, applications, etc., applicants may contact the UPSC Facilitation Counter near Gate ‘C’ of its campus in person or through the landline number 011- 2338 5271/2338 1125/2309 8543 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on working days.
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