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UPSSSC Recruitment 2016
Government of UP has advertised 613 posts of various positions including scientific Assistants, Lab officers, etc. in different divisions such as Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Forensic, etc. The details of the advertisement can be obtained at the following link.

Instructions for filling up the form can be obtained from here.
Total Vacancies: 613

Name of the Exam: Combined Lower Subordinate Service Competitive Exam 2016 (II)

Name of the Post:
1. Junior District Information Officer (Urdu): 17
2. Regional Exhibition Officer: 08
3. Librarian: 74
4. Hostel Superintendent: 07
5. Proof Reader: 01
6. Mobility Teacher: 07
7. Assistant Store Keeper: 86
8. Inspector Legal Measurement Science: 26
9. Artist: 52
10. Investigator: 05
11. Exercise Trainer: 01
12. Asst Superintendent: 14
13. Library Assistant: 01
14. Supervisor: 72
15. Technical Supervisor: 05
16. Industrial Cooperative Supervisor: 42
17. Laboratory Assistant (Physics): 11
18. Laboratory Assistant (Chemistry): 08
19. Laboratory Assistant (Biology): 08
20. Laboratory Assistant (Computer Forensic): 03
21. Scientific Assistant (Physics): 44
22. Scientific Assistant (Chemistry): 40
23. Scientific Assistant (Biology): 40
24. Scientific Assistant (Computer Forensic): 05
25. Hostel Assistant: 36

Essential Qualification:
For post 1 candidates must have acquired Any Degree with Urdu as a subject.
For post 2 candidates must have acquired Degree in Social Science.
For post 3 candidates must have acquired Diploma in Library Science.
For post 6 candidates must have acquired Any Degree and Diploma in Trainee.
For post 8 candidates must have acquired Degree in Science & Other qualification details refer the notification.

Required Age:
Candidates age limit should be between 18 to 40 years.

Mode of Selection:
Selection will be made based on candidates performance in written test.

Cost of Application:
Candidates have to pay Application Fee which is Rs. 225/- for General/ OBC, Rs. 105/- for SC/ ST Candidates and Rs. 25/- for PWD Candidates through online by using Debit card/ Credit card/ Mobile Wallets.

Way of Applying:
Interested & eligible candidates can apply online through the website from 26/10/2016 to 15/11/2016.

Dates to Remember:
Starting Date for Online Registration 26/10/2016
Starting Date for Payment of Fee 28/10/2016
Last Date for Online Registration 15/11/2016
Last Date for Payment of Fee 17/11/2016
Last Date to Apply Online 19/11/2016


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