UPSC Recruitment 2017 invites applications for Post of Junior Analyst Technical. Interested candidates for UPSC Recruitment 2017 can apply at upsc.gov.in till March 30, 2017.
UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), formerly known as the Federal Public Service Commission (1926), is India’s organized body which is authorized to conduct the Civil Services Examination, National Defense Academy Examination, Indian Forest Service Examination, Naval Academy Examination, Combined Medical Services Examination, Combined Defense Services Examination, Engineering Services Examination, Indian Economic Service Examination, Indian Statistical Service Examination, Combined Geoscientists and Geologist Examination, Special Class Railway Apprentice and Central Armed Police Forces (Assistant Commandant) Examination.
The rights and privileges of the Union Public Service Commission are defined and granted by the Constitution of India. According to the Constitution of India, it is necessary for consulting the UPSC to regulate the rules for recruitment of all Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ posts in various Ministries/Departments of Government of India.
Apart from conducting the exams for appointment to the services of Union and the recruitment through interviews, it is also the function of UPSC to oversee any Disciplinary cases relating to different Civil Services. They also have the right to directly advice the Indian Government, upon being referred to any specific matter by the President.
This article divulges the details of one such recruitment notification issued by the Union Public Service Commission for the post of a Junior Analyst Technical in the Department of Science and Technology.
The desired educational qualification that the candidate wishing to apply for the post of Junior Analyst Technical in UPSC is that of a Master’s Degree in Science or Master’s Degree in Mathematics or Master’s Degree in Statistics or Degree in Engineering or Technology from a recognized University or equivalent.
Since the Department does not possess the list of equivalent subjects (qualifications), the same will be treated as NIL.
However, if a candidate does not fulfill the required educational criteria but is otherwise well qualified, the final call is taken by the UPSC and the criteria can be relaxed and the reasons for the relaxation of the educational criteria should be recorded in writing for any further future reference.
In addition to the educational qualification, the candidate must be experienced (minimum 2 years) in scrutinizing and analyzing proposals or programmes related to the development of Science and Technology. Along with the analyzing, the candidate must be experienced in monitoring the implementation of the above-mentioned proposals or programmes from Central Government or State Government organizations or Research and Development organizations in Public and Private Sectors.
The requirement is for 5 Junior Analyst Technical for the Department of Science and Technology under the administration of the Ministry of Science and Technology. The official recruitment notification comes bearing the vacancy ID number # 17030502211. The details about the reservations, eligibility and qualifications and the details about the job itself are given below.
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Out of the 5 vacancies available, 3 vacancies are allotted to the UR category (Unreserved) and 2 vacancies are allotted to the Other Backward Class (OBC) category.
There are absolutely no reservations in the posts for the candidates that belong to the SC or the ST category.
a. Apart from this, there is also 1 slot available to the candidate under the Physically Handicapped (PH) category.
b. The type of the PH can be Orthopedically Handicapped or Locomotors Disability or Cerebral Palsy.
c. The category of the PH can be BL (both the legs affected but not the arms) or OL (one leg affected, right or left).
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The post is that of a Junior Analyst (Technical) for the Department of Science and Technology under the Ministry of Science and Technology. This qualifies as a Group ‘B’, non-ministerial job.
The main job as a Junior Analyst would be to provide assistance in implementation of the various programmes that come under the Department of Science and Technology and also to assist by making initial preliminary analysis and scrutinizing the proposals/ programmes or projects with an eye for detail.
a. The headquarters for this operation is in New Delhi but the candidate must ensure he is flexible to serve anywhere in India.
b. This post is permanent and there is a probation period of 2 years.
c. This directly comes under the General Central Service and is Gazetted.
The basic pay structure of the post of a Junior Analyst is as follows.
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