Wednesday, 24 February 2016

UPPSC Lower Subordinate Pre Examination Result 2015 declared @uppsc.up.nic.in



                                                                      U P P S C ALLAHABAD

RESULT OF COMBINED LOWER SUBORDINATE SERVICES (GEN. RECTT.) PRE EXAMINATION-2015



Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) declared list of qualified candidates in the Combined Lower Subordinate Services Exam 2015 (Lower PCS Exam). Candidates have been selected on the basis of their performance in the written examination held on 17 January 2016.कुल 635 पदों के लिए 12549 अभ्यर्थी सफल को मुख्य परीक्षा के लिए सफल घोषित किया गया है। इसमें 616 पद सामान्य तथा 19 विशेष चयन के हैं। मुख्य परीक्षा 24 अप्रैल को संभावित है।प्रारंभिक परीक्षा में 242545 अभ्यर्थी शामिल हुए थे। कुल पंजीकृत अभ्यर्थियों की संख्या 489672 थी। मुख्य परीक्षा के आवेदन पत्र 25 फरवरी को आयोग की वेबसाइट पर अपलोड कर दिए जाएंगे। उसी दिन प्रारंभिक परीक्षा में शामिल अभ्यर्थियों के प्राप्तांक, श्रेणीवार कटऑफ आदि भी आयोग की वेबसाइट पर उपलब्ध करा दिए जाएंगे।


Passenger Tax/Goods Tax Superintendent, 
Statistical Asstt. (Industries Deptt.), 
Labour Enforcement Officer, 
Sr. Sugarcane lnspector, 
Excise Inspector, 
Legal Asstt. (Transport), 
Legal Asstt. (Housing & Urban Planning), 
Executive Officer grade-2 (U.P. Palika Centralised (Service), 
Asstt. Consolidation Officer/Asstt. Rectangulation Officer, 
Entertainment and Betting Tax inspector grade-2, 
Supply Inspector, Marketing Inspector, 
Addl. Distt. Savings Officer, 
Computer/Junior Statistial Inspector/Field Investigator (Agricultural Statistics and Crop insurance), 
InvestigatorCum-Computer (Co-operative Societies), 
Sugarcane Development Inspector, 
Executive Officer grade-2 (Nagar Vikas), 
Co-operative Inspector grade-2/A.D.O., 
Auditor (Labour Deptt.), 
Khandsari Inspector, 
Executive Officer grade-3 (U.P. Palika Centralised Services), 
Auditor (Women and Child development deptt.), 
Auditor (NCC Directorate), 
Asstt. Prabhari group-2 (Horticulture & Food Processing), 
Auditor (Food & Civil Supplies), Auditor (Co-operative Societies),
Auditor (Local Fund Accounts Deptt.), 
Jr. Accounts Inspector (Education Deptt.), 
Asstt. Auditor (U.P. Palika Centralised (Audit), 
Asstt. Estate Superintendent (Housing & Urban Planning), 
Auditor (Nagar Vikas Deptt.), 
Jr. Research Asstt. group-2 (Horticulture Deptt.), 
Accountant grade-1 (Nagar Vikas Deptt.), 
Asstt. Auditor, 
Executive Officer grade-4 (Nagar Vikas), 
Horticulture Superintendent (Local Bodies), 
Jr. Auditor (National Savings), 
Tax Officer (Panchayat Raj), 
Investigator-Cum-Computer (Family Welfare), 
Horticulture Inspector grade-2, 
Jr. Plant Protection Assistant group-2 (Horticulture), 
Fisheries Inspector. 
Head Clerk grade Grade III (UP. Palika Ministerial Service). 
Kshetriya Yuva Kalyan Evam Pradeshik Vikas Dal Adhikari Grade III, 
Deputy Jailor, 
Assistant lnspector Grade -2 (Weight and Measurement), 
Executive officer (Nagar Panchayat), 
Child Development Project Officer Auditor (Firm’s Societies and Chits) etc.

Candidates can also click on the direct link provided below to access the answer keys for the different series.
Click Here to Download UPPSC Lower PCS Answer Key 2015 Series B:http://uppsc.up.nic.in/View_Syllabus.aspx?MPwVmKsWHMWSGRzROIhWjNF8dHCjrY1TtKoz13qXWUc=
Click Here to Download UPPSC Lower PCS Answer Key 2015 Series C:http://uppsc.up.nic.in/View_Syllabus.aspx?MPwVmKsWHMWSGRzROIhWjNF8dHCjrY1TZKHiGK3YBAw=
Click Here to Download UPPSC Lower PCS Answer Key 2015 Series D:http://uppsc.up.nic.in/View_Syllabus.aspx?MPwVmKsWHMWSGRzROIhWjNF8dHCjrY1T3LapR1Sf0HU=



Tuesday, 23 February 2016

SSC CGL Notification-2016 Last Date to Apply Online is Extended till 21 March 2016




Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level SSC CGL 2016 Notification announced officially for Tier-I examination. SSC conducts the combined graduate level exam to recruit people for nearly 30 posts in Group B & Group C.
The Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier 1 2016 notification (No. 3/1/2016–P&P-I.) is available on the SSC website. As per notification, Staff Selection Commission will hold the Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2016 (Tier-I) on SUNDAY the 8 th & 22nd May, 2016 

Candidates can check the scheme of examination below:
The examination will be conducted in three tiers as indicated below:
Tier - I:
 Written examination (Objective multiple choice type)
Tier - II: Written examination (Objective multiple choice type)
Tier- III: Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test (wherever applicable)/Document verification.
The interview component has been dispensed with. Therefore, there will be no interview.
Paper pattern:
Posts under Pay Band - II Rs 9,300 to Rs 34,900 other than Statistical Investigator Grade - II
Tier - I Examination:
General Intelligence Reasoning: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
General Awareness: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
Quantitative Aptitude: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
English Comprehension: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
The exam will be held for a duration of two hours and for VH & candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy can attend the exam in two hours and 40 minutes.
Tier - II Examination:
Quantitative Abilities: It will consist of 100 questions and will carry a total of 200 marks.
English Language & Comprehension:  It will consist of 100 questions and will carry a total of 200 marks.
Tier III Proficiency/Skill Test Examination:
Computer Proficiency Test (CPT0 will be held for the post of Assistant Section Officer in CSS only.
Posts under Pay Band - I Rs 5,200 to Rs 20,200 other than Complier:
Tier - I Examination:
General Intelligence Reasoning: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
General Awareness: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
Quantitative Aptitude: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
English Comprehension: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
The exam will be held for a duration of two hours and for VH & candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy can attend the exam in two hours and 40 minutes.
Tier - II Examination:
Quantitative Abilities: It will consist of 100 questions and will carry a total of 200 marks.
English Language & Comprehension:  It will consist of 100 questions and will carry a total of 200 marks.
Tier - III Proficiency/Skill Test Examination:
Data Entry Skill Test at Speed of 8,000 key depression per hour for post of Tax Assistant
Statistical Investigator Grade - II:
Tier - I Examination:
General Intelligence Reasoning: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
General Awareness: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
Quantitative Aptitude: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
English Comprehension: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
The exam will be held for a duration of two hours and for VH & candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy can attend the exam in two hours and 40 minutes.
Tier - II Examination:
Paper I & II as above (400 marks)
Paper - III Statistics It will comprises 100 questions of 100 marks.
Complier:  
Tier - I Examination:
General Intelligence Reasoning: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
General Awareness: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
Quantitative Aptitude: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
English Comprehension: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
The exam will be held for a duration of two hours and for VH & candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy can attend the exam in two hours and 40 minutes.
Tier - II Examination:
Paper I & II as above (400 marks)
Paper - III Statistics It will comprises 100 questions of 100 marks.
Assistant Audit Officer (Group 'B') Gazetted:
Tier - I Examination:
General Intelligence Reasoning: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
General Awareness: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
Quantitative Aptitude: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
English Comprehension: It will carry a total of 50 marks.
The exam will be held for a duration of two hours and for VH & candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy can attend the exam in two hours and 40 minutes.
Tier - II Examination: 
Paper I & II as above (400 marks)
Paper - IV General Studies (Finance General and Economics): It will carry a total of 200 marks.
NOTE: There will be negative marking of one fourth marks for each wrong answer in Tier - I exam. In Tier - II, there will be negative marking of one fourth marks in Paper - II and half marks in Paper - I and Paper - III for each wrong answer.
For any query, candidates should visit the official website.
Educational Qualification: As CGL Exam is a common exam for bulk of posts, and such the Qualification differ, but for most of the posts, the Qualification is Graduation
Here is post wise Qualification criteria as per CGL Notification





Code
Posts
Ministries/Deptt/ Offices/ Cadre
Classification
Grade Pay
Posts for Age Between 18-27
B
Assistant
Central Vigilance Commission
Group “B”
4600
D
Assistant
Ministry of Railway
Group “B”
4600
E
Assistant
Ministry of External Affairs
Group “B”
4600
G
Assistant
AFHQ
Group “B”
4600
H
Assistant
Other Ministries/ Group
Group “B”
4600
I
Assistant
Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations
Group “B”
4200
J
Inspector of Income Tax
CBDT
Group “C”
4600
K
Inspector,
(Central Excise)
CBEC
Group “B”
4600
L
Inspector
(Preventive Officer)
CBEC
Group “B”
4600
M
Inspector(Examiner)
CBEC
Group “B”
4600
P
Inspector of Posts
Department of Post
Group “B”
4200
Q
Divisional Accountant
Offices under CAG
Group C”
4200
S
Inspector
Central Bureau of Narcotics
Group “B”
4200
T
Auditor Offices
Offices under C&AG
Group C”
2800
U
Auditor Offices
Offices under CGDA
Group C”
2800
V
Auditor Offices
Offices under CGA & others
Group C”
2800
W
Accountant/Junior
Accountant
Offices under C&AG
Group C”
2800
X
Accountant/Junior
Accountant
Offices  under CGA &
others
Group C”
2800
Z
Tax Assistant
CBDT
Group C”
2400

Compiler
Registrar General of India
Group C”
2400
Y
Senior
Secretariat Assistant
Central Govt. Offices/Ministries
other than CSCS cadres.
Group C”
2400
Posts for Age between 20-30
A
Assistant Section Officer
Central Secretariat Service
Group “B”
4600
O
Sub Inspector
Central Bureau of Investigation
Group “B”
4200

·          
·         Other Posts which are in CGL 2016 are:
Code
Posts
with Ministries/
Deptt/ Offices/ Cadre
Classification
Grade
Pay(GP)
Age

C
Assistant
(Intelligence Bureau)
Group “B”
4600
21-27 years

N

Assistant Enforcement
Officer
(Directorate of
Enforcement,
Department of
Revenue)
Group “B”
4600
Upto 30
years

R
Statistical Investigator Gr.II
(M/o Statistics &Prog.
Implementation)
Group “B
4200
Upto 32
years

%
Sub Inspector
{National Investigation Agency (NIA)}
Group “B
4200
Upto 30
years

F *
Assistant Audit Officer
(Indian Audit &
Accounts Department under CAG)
Group ‘B’
Gazetted (Non
Ministerial)
4800
Not Exceeding 30
years.

@
Tax Assistant
(CBEC)
Group C”
2400
20-27 years

#
Sub-Inspector
(Central Bureau of Narcotics)
Group C”
2400
18-25 years

Note: F*: Recruitment of the Assistant Audit Officer in the scheme of Combined Graduate Level Examination 2016 has been included first time in SSC.
·          
Permissible relaxations of upper age limit as on the date of reckoning (01.08.2016)?
Category
Age Relaxation
SC/ST
5 years
OBC
3 years
PH
10 years
PH + OBC
13 years
PH + SC/ST
15 years
(For Group “B” & “C” posts)
Ex-Servicemen
(Unreserved/General )
03 years after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the Closing date.
Ex-Servicemen
(OBC)
06 years (3 years + 3 years) after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the Closing date.
Ex-Servicemen
(SC & ST)
08years (3 years + 5 years) after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the Closing date.





Dates to Remember for SSC CGL Recruitment 2016:

  • Release of SSC CGL 2016 Notification: 13th February 2016
  • Closing date to submit applications online (Part I): 21.3.2016 (5.00 PM)
  • Closing date to submit applications online (Part II): 24.3.2016 (5.00 PM)
  • Dates of the Tier-I Written exam: 08th and 22nd May 2016
  • Dates of the Tier-II Written exam: 13th and 14th August 2016



Candidate may apply Online for COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL EXAMINATION 2016  
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Area of Work:

The 30 positions can be divided into two broad groups-desk jobs and field jobs. Let us discuss each category in detail.
Desk Jobs:
a) Candidates choosing such posts will be appointed as Upper Division Clerks, Assistants, Auditors, Tax-Assistants, etc.
b) SSC does not mandate physical standards like height and weight for these positions.
c) Candidates looking for a steady job routine should go for such posts as working hours are usually fixed [except for Assistant (cypher)].
d) Such posts do not need you to be uniformed or carry weapons.
Field Jobs:
a) Candidates opting for such jobs will be appointed as Inspectors (preventive officers, examiners, excise and income tax), CBI and narcotics officers, etc.
b) SSC demands physical standards for some of these jobs.
c) As they involve travelling, inspections, raids and surveillance, such jobs are well-suited for those who can cope well with arduous responsibilities.
d) There are no fixed working hours for these posts and employee might also have to put in extra hours or work on holidays.
e) Some of these jobs include uniform and weapon training.


Desk work: Posts in detail
As mentioned above, the post of Assistant is the perfect desk job.
· Promotion: If you pass UPSC's departmental exam, you become Section Officer (Group B).
· You will then be promoted to the level of Under Secretary, followed by Deputy Secretary and then Joint Secretary.
We will now discuss about Assistant posts across departments:
1. Assistant in the Central Secretariat Service (CSS):
a) Assistants in CSS are appointed across ministries and are tasked with preparation of notes, reports, and files.
b) They also need to answer RTI applications filed by people and also prepare responses to questions asked in the parliament, etc.
d) You will also be asked for your recommendations on various notes and reports.
e) Promotion: As vacancies are more for such posts, the promotion speed is also high compared to other Assistant-level posts offered by SSC.
f) The main advantage of this post is that the scope of work is vast and varied as you get to work across ministries and departments.
g) On getting selected, you will be posted in New Delhi until your retirement.
2. Assistant in the Ministry of External Affairs (MoEA) - General:
a) As an Assistant in the MoEA, you will only be given administrative work like: typing, making reports and updates of current developments, maintaining files, etc.
b) This post is the most sought after due to the possibility of postings in Indian embassies and consulates overseas. If not, you might be posted in New Delhi.
c) An Assistant in the MoEA is eligible for a very good salary and facilities like accommodation, children's education, etc.
d) S/he is usually alternately posted three years in India and three years abroad throughout his/her tenure.
e) Promotion: Assistant in the MoEA can be promoted to the level of Under Secretary and the chances of getting a promotion are quite high.
f) There are no night shifts assigned to this post.
3. Assistant in Ministry of External Affairs (MoEA) - Cypher:
a) The Assistant in MoEA - Cypher will be responsible for decoding confidential information hidden within files and data sent through the Internet. This information so deciphered could prove useful for Intelligence agencies.
b) Chances of foreign posting are high for an Assistant (Cypher) vis-à-vis Assistant (General).
c) Throughout their tenure, Cypher assistants are posted three years in India and six years abroad.
d) Promotion: The chances of promotion are less vis-à-vis Assistant (General).
e) Due to time-zone differences between India and foreign countries, assistants may have to work night shifts. Of the six working days, two will be night shifts. You will also get two days off.
4. Assistant in Railways:
a) An assistant in Railways has almost the same responsibilities as an Upper Division Clerk.
b) The job offers many perks, including getting discounted railway passes to travel across India, being allotted railway homes at inexpensive rates, etc.
c) Posting for this job is mostly in New Delhi, but you might also be posted in regional headquarters like Allahabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, etc.
5. Assistant in Central Vigilance Commission (CVC):
a) CVC monitors all the vigilance activities carried out by various Central government departments.
b) Assistants in this department have to keep records, update case files, gather information, etc.
6. Assistant in Intelligence Bureau (IB):
a) IB Assistants are appointed mostly for data-oriented computer work. S/he will not be assigned to any investigative work.
b) The posting is mostly in state headquarters of IB or directly in New Delhi.
7. Assistant in the Armed Forces Headquarters (AFHQ):
a) The assistants selected will be posted in the Armed Forces Headquarters in New Delhi.
b) They will be assigned duties of management, distribution and coordination of work between staff members.
c) As an Assistant in the Ministry of Defence, you are also eligible for benefits provided to the Armed Forces personnel.
8. Assistant (Other Ministries/Department/ Organisations) - 4,600 Grade Pay:
a) Assistants for these posts are posted in departments like Department of Personnel & Training, Election Commission, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, etc.
b) Postings will mostly be in New Delhi for such posts.
9. Assistant (Other Ministries/Department/ Organizations) - 4,200 Grade Pay:
The postings are almost the same as above.
10. Divisional Accountant (under CAG):
a) The Divisional Accountant sits in the state's public works department (PWD) and audits expenditures incurred for projects undertaken by state governments.
b) S/he also needs to send reports to the CAG head office on malpractices taking place in PWDs.
c) Once selected as a Divisional Accountant of a state, you cannot get postings in other states. PWD offices might be located in district areas, so you might be posted in such areas rather than in big cities.
d) This post is eligible for a decent salary higher than that of Auditors & Jr. Accountants
11. Auditor - Comptroller & Auditor General of India (CAG)
12. Auditor - Controller General of Defence Accounts (CGDA)
13. Auditor - Controller General of Accounts (CGA)
a) An Auditor has to audit the expense report of state departments (CAG), accounts of defence forces (CGDA) and general accounts of India (CGA).
b) As CGDA falls under CAG, the postings are mostly in New Delhi.
c) Candidates are collectively selected for Auditor posts and then distributed in these three departments, with the order of priority being CAG CGDA and then CGA.
d) After all the vacancies of a particular category is completely filled, remaining candidates of the same category are posted in the department with available vacancies.
e) Promotion: An Auditor will be promoted to Senior Auditor in 3 years. After completion of two years, auditors are eligible to appear for the departmental SAS exam for the post of Assistant Audit Officer (AAO).
14. Tax Assistant CBDT (Central Board of Direct Taxation)
15. Tax Assistant CBEC (Central Board of Excise & Customs Taxation):
a) CBDT Tax Assistants are entrusted with the job of assessing, verifying and modifying information pertaining to an individual or business entity's taxes.
b) In case of CBEC, same work is done for goods and services. Tax Assistants also have to take administrative work and support their superiors.
c) The number of Tax Assistant posts are high.
d) Promotion: A person is promoted to the post of an Inspector Officer. The chances of promotion in CBDT are quite higher as compared to CBEC.
16. Accountant/Junior Accountant (CGA)
17. Accountant/Junior Accountant (CAG):
a) If you get selected as an accountant for ministries or departments, then you will be posted in New Delhi.
b) Number of vacancies in CAG are higher and state postings are available.
18. Upper Division Clerk (Central Govt. Offices/Ministries other than CSCS cadres):
a) An Upper Division Clerk has to check facts, fish out errors and wrong statements, draw attention to rules and laws and previous cases, etc.
b) The posting is mostly in New Delhi. A UDC might get transferred within ministries.
c) Promotion: After promotion, a UDC becomes an Assistant Section Officer.
Field Work: Posts in details
19. Inspector - Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC):
a) A CBEC Inspector has the responsibility of inspecting tax returns filed by companies in order to validate liability of the claims.
b) Candidates have to go through physical tests to get selected for this post. S/he gets to wear a khaki uniform, which is optional.
c) Promotion: A CBEC Inspector is promoted to a Superintendent Assistant Commissioner Deputy Commissioner.


20. Inspector (Examiner):
a. An Inspector (Examiner) has to examine goods and verify the proper levying of taxes on goods moving in and out of a port.
b. Inspectors are mostly posted in coastal regions and very few vacancies are available every year.
c. There is no uniform for this post.
d. Promotion : Inspector Examiner is promoted to the post of Appraiser Assistant Commissioner Deputy Commissioner Joint Commissioner Addl. Commissioner Commissioner
21. Inspector (Preventive Officer):
  1. A Inspector (Preventive Officer) has the duty of gathering information and taking corrective action in order to prevent malpractices.
  2. Such officers might need to put in extra hours besides working in night shifts in case of certain operations.
  3. They are mostly posted in cities that have ports and airports.
  4. Promotion: An Inspector (Preventive Officer) is promoted to the position of Superintendent of Customs Assistant Commissioner.
  5. S/he has to compulsorily wear a white uniform.
  6. This job is quite adventurous as you need to collect information, go for raids, and conduct checks of cargos, boats and containers coming in from foreign ports, among other responsibilities.
22. Inspector (Income Tax):
a. The job profile of Inspector (Income Tax) is to authenticate, evaluate and process income tax records of individuals and businesses.
b. They also have to undertake the work related to tax deductible at source (TDS). Sometimes, the inspector may also need to take part in raids.
c. For this post, one does not have to meet physical standards. Also, there is no uniform assigned to this post.
d. Promotion: The Inspector (Income Tax) is promoted to the role of Income Tax Officer (ITO) Assistant Commissioner Deputy Commissioner Joint Commissioner Addl. Commissioner Commissioner. The chances of promotion are good and the salary and benefits are better than other posts.
e. Usually, a person with required qualifications holding this post gets promoted to ITO within 3 years. But as the seniority matters during such promotions, the promotion might take 4-6 years.
  • For all of these four Inspector posts, the promotion is based on the zonal seniority. Inspectors also have to pass the departmental examinations for such promotions.
  • The chances of promotions for Inspectors in Income Tax & Examiner are quite higher than that of Inspector in Excise.
  • For Inspectors in Income Tax & Excise, the postings in the initial years are only in the respective zone. After promotion to Assistant Commissioner Which is a Group 'A' posts, you are eligible to have postings in all over India.
23. Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO) - [Enforcement Directorate, Department of Revenue]:
a. The duties assigned to this post are quite similar to that of an Inspector and include preventing money laundering, forgery, carrying out searches of homes and office premises, making arrests, etc.
b. Officers will be posted only in the 10 zonal or 11 sub-zonal ED offices.
c. Zonal offices: Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai.
d. Sub-zonal offices: Bhubaneswar, Calicut, Guwahati, Indore, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Madurai, Nagpur, Patna, Srinagar and Varanasi.
24. Inspector - Central Bureau of Narcotics (CBN):
a. An Inspector has to monitor and keep a check on export/import of banned narcotic substances and ensure that plants like opium poppy are not illegally used, among other duties.
b. S/he has to submit reports to Superintendent of Narcotics or District Opium officer.
c. They are mostly posted in North India and travelling is required for this job.
25. Sub-Inspector - CBN:
a. This job profile is almost similar to that of an Inspector in CBN.
b. S/he may have to frequently travel to state borders to keep a check on illegal drug-trafficking.
26. Sub-Inspector - Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI):
a. Candidates applying for this post have to give an interview and also pass the physical test.
b. Though the person is posted under the Central government, his/her duties are similar to the state police.
c. The Sub Inspector has to investigate anti-corruption cases and other crimes. The job is quite challenging and is suitable for those who can perform under pressure.
27. Sub-Inspector - National Investigation Agency (NIA):
a. The NIA deals with national security-related issues such as terrorism.
b. An NIA Sub-Inspector's duties include travelling, collecting evidences, gathering inputs and information during or after terrorist attacks, etc.
c. This is a typical field job. Initially, selected sub-inspectors are mostly posted in New Delhi.

28. Postal Inspector - Department of Posts (DoP):
a. A Postal Inspector is assigned to around 60-70 post offices within his/her subdivision. S/he needs to work towards expanding the business of these post offices and is assisted by two mail overseers.
b. S/he conducts interviews and appoints Gramin Dak Sevaks.
c. Postal Inspector is eligible for travelling and other allowances.
29. Statistical Investigator Gr. II (M/Statistics & Programme implementation)
a. Candidates with a bachelor's degree in statistics are eligible for this job. This is a non-interview post.
b. The Statistical Investigator's duties include data collection and its conversion into information required by government departments to implement and evaluate schemes.
c. This job includes both desk and field work and a good number of vacancies are annually available.
30. Compiler (Registrar General of India):
a. The compilers are assigned to statistical divisions. They compile information collected through various sources.
b. This is a typical desk job.
So, now you must have a basic idea about these jobs profiles and list of preference of posts. If you are still unsure about these preferences and need help to fill up the form, please comment below. We will provide you all the necessary help.














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