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Forensic Science Jobs: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), India

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)    
Shahjahan Road, Dholpur House, New Delhi – 110069 

UPSC Advertisement No. 16/2015 for various Job posts 

UPSC invites Online application by 03/12/2015 for following  various posts in various Government of India Ministries and Departments in the prescribed format. The posts are : 

  1. Junior  Scientific  Officers : 03 posts in  National Centre of Organic Farming, Ghaziabad, Ministry of  Agriculture, Department of Agriculture  &  Cooperation  
  2. Assistant Directors (Non-Medical) : 06 posts in Central Research  Institute,  Kasauli  (HP),  Ministry  of  Health  and  Family  Welfare, Directorate General of Health Service
  3. Assistant  Director  (Lecturer) : 01 post in  North Eastern Police Academy, Umsaw, Umiam, Meghalaya, Ministry of Home Affairs 
  4. Assistant Director (Management) : 01 post in North Eastern Police Academy, Umsaw, Umiam, Meghalaya, Ministry  of Home Affairs 
  5. Deputy Assistant Director (Lecturer) : 01 post in North Eastern Police Academy, Umsaw, Umiam, Meghalaya, Ministry of Home Affairs
  6. Deputy Assistant Director (Police Science) : 01 post in North  Eastern  Police  Academy,  Umsaw,  Umiam,  Meghalaya,  Ministry  of  Home Affairs
  7. Junior  Scientific  Officers  (Ballistics) : 02 posts in Central  Forensic  Science  Laboratory,  Ministry  of  Home  Affairs,  Directorate  of Forensic Science Services 
  8. Junior Scientific Officer (Biology) : 01 post in Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Ministry of Home Affairs, Directorate of Forensic Science Services 
  9. Junior  Scientific  Officer  (Chemistry) : 01 post in Central  Forensic  Science  Laboratory,  Ministry  of  Home  Affairs,  Directorate  of Forensic Science Services   
How to Apply :  Apply Online at UPSC Online website at http://upsconline.nic.in/ora/VacancyNoticePub.php on or before 03/12/2015 for advt. no. 16/2015.

For Details of posts, qualification, instructions and application format relating to Advt. No. 16/2015  please viewhttp://upsc.gov.in/recruitment/advt/2015/Advt_16_15_Emp_ORA.pdf

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