Top Secrets of APSC Recruitment Exam 2017

 
The Assam Public Service Commission has published a notification regarding the selection of officers for various services in Assam. They will hold a Competitive Examination in 2017 to select candidates on the basis of merit.

Eligible candidates can apply for the posts before or on the last date. We have discussed in this post all you have to know about this exam.

APSC Exam Details


Name of the Services and APSC Vacancy 2017

1. Assam Civil Service (Jr.Grade)

No of Posts- 95
Reserved for Women-26
Pay scale 12500-40000
Grade Pay 5400
Pay Band PB-4

2. Assam Land &Revenue Service (Jr. grade)

No of Posts- 60
Reserved for Women- 15
Pay Scale 12000-40000
Grade Pay 5400
Pay Band PB-4

3. Assam Police Service (Jr.Grade)

No of Posts- 03
Reserved for Women- 0
Pay scale 12000-40000
Grade Pay 5400
Pay Band PB-4

4. Labour Officer

No of Posts- 03
Reserved for Women- 0
Pay scale 12000-40000
Grade Pay 5400
Pay Band PB-4

5. Superintendent of Taxes

No of Posts- 02
Reserved for Women- 0
Pay scale 12000-40000
Grade Pay 5400
Pay Band PB-4

6. Asstt. Registrar of Cooperative Societies

No of Posts- 05
Reserved for Women- 01
Pay scale 12000-40000
Grade Pay 5400
Pay Band PB-4

7. Inspector of labor

No of Posts- 07
Reserved for Women- 01
Pay scale 8000-35000
Grade Pay 4300
Pay Band PB-3

8. Inspector of Taxes

No of Posts- 08
Reserved for Women- 02
Pay scale 8000-35000
Grade Pay 4300
Pay Band PB-3

9. Inspector of Excise

No of Posts- 12
Reserved for Women- 04
Pay scale 8000-35000
Grade Pay 4300
Pay Band PB-3

10. Asstt. Employment Officer

No of Posts- 10
Reserved for Women- 02
Pay scale 8000-35000
Grade Pay 4300
Pay Band PB-3



Conditions for APSC Exam Eligibility 2017

Nationality: To apply for the Public Service Commission, Assam you must be an Indian citizen.


Age Limit: 

The age limit of the candidates will be calculated on the basis of the Matriculation /HSLC Admit Card/Certificate issued by a recognized Board/Council, and no other document shall be accepted in lieu thereof for the purpose.

APSC age limit for general category is 21 years to 43 years. A candidate must not be less than 21 years and more than 43years of age as on 01.01.2016.

The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates i.e. up to 48 years.

There will also be a relaxation of upper age limit in respect of Persons with Disability by 5 years i.e. up to 48 years.

For Assam Police Service category, age limit will be counted as 38 years as on 01/01/2016 (43 years in case of SC/ST and PWD candidates).


Educational Qualification:

The candidate must hold a Degree from any of the Universities incorporated by an Act of Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 or possess such qualification as may be declared equivalent by the Government.



APSC Exam Application Process: 

A candidate should not submit more than one application.

Download the APSC application form from here (this link) and send the duly filled application with the following documents.
  1. Original Treasury Receipt for payment of fees
  2. One copy of recent passport size photograph to be pasted on the space provided in the application form. Do not staple the photograph.
  3. Age- proof certificate (Admit Card / Certificate of HSLC or equivalent exam)
  4. Degree Pass Certificate
  5. Caste Certificate in respect of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/MOBC community issued by competent authority.
  6. ID Card/Certificate in respect of PWD candidates issued by competent authority.
The envelope sending the application should be superscripted ‘Combined Competitive (Prel.) Examination,2016’ on the top of the envelope. The size of the form is approximately 21cm× 34 cm.

The applicant shall furnish photostat copies of the above-mentioned documents declared by the candidate himself/ herself as ‘Certified to be true copy of the original’ along with the application.

PWD (Persons with Disabilities) candidates are to inform the Commission in writing, for services of scribe, if required, within one month of the expiry of the closing date for submission of application. Applications not signed by the candidates will be summarily rejected.

Candidates whether in Govt. service or in the service of Govt. undertaking/ Banks/ Corporation/ Bodies/ private employment should forward his/her applications through his/her controlling officer/employer.


Last Date to Apply: Application for the Preliminary Examination duly filled will be received till 09.02.2017 only.


Examination Fees:

To appear in the APSC Combined Competitive (Prelim.) Examination, you have to pay a fee of Rs.300.00 (Rupees Three Hundred only).

For candidates belonging to S.C./S.T. community fee is Rs. 150.00 under the Head of Account viz., ‘NON-TAX REVENUE OTHER NON TAX REVENUE, 0051 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, 102 STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, APPLICATION/EXAMINATION FEE RECEIPT OF ASSAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION’.

Only Treasury challan shall be accepted.

APSC Books for Prelims

#1 An All In One Package of General Studies-

This edition is a fully updated, comprehensive and informative package for Civil Services examination aspirants. Spread across six volumes, the contents have been designed in accordance with the latest syllabus requirements, with each volume presented in a well-structured, lucid manner that maintains a fine balance between theory and practice.

Well supported by clear illustrations, tables, images, boxes and coloured maps the books are a repository of information that enable easy understanding of topics.

In addition, topic-wise question papers of the previous years, with answers, help aspirants to hone their skills in their run-up to the examination.

Important Features of this book are-
  1. Fully updated, comprehensive and informative content
  2. Over 6500+ multiple choice questions
  3. Content supported with illustrations, tables, info-boxes and maps
  4. Previous Years’ papers presented topic-wise
  5. Free coloured maps of India and the world


Author has discussed the following Contents in this book:
  1. Vol I: General Knowledge and Current Affairs
  2. Vol II: Indian Polity and Governance
  3. Vol III: Indian Economy: Economic and Social Development
  4. Vol IV: Geography and Environmental Ecology
  5. Vol V: General Science
  6. Vol VI: History and Cultureliminary Papers 2011-2016 with explanatory notes

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#2 General Studies Package by Arihant Experts-


This revised edition has been designed in a coherent, distinct and clear style with efforts to present the study material in a form that is suitable to the present and changing nature of Civil Services Examination will prove to be a milestone for the readers.

It strategically covers all dimensions like Indian History and Indian National Movement, Indian and World Geography, Indian Polity and Governance, Indian Economy, General Science and General Knowledge in widest possible and the most updated form.

The package comes with a unique booklet of 5000+ most important points for revision which would help in fast track revision for the upcoming Civil Services Preliminary Examination.

The package also comes with a free Deluxe Edition DVD of Encyclopedia Britannica worth Rs 2199 absolutely free.

The book also contains last four years’ (2013-2016) solved papers of General Studies Paper I to help aspirants get an insight into the recent examination pattern and the types of questions asked therein.


Key features of GSP:

Complete coverage of all subjects as per new pattern of UPSC with updated and authentic contents
Conventional subjects like History, Geography, Polity and General Science are thoroughly updated along with updated section wise questions.

Contemporary topics from Indian Economy, Environment and Ecology, Science and Technology and General Awareness have been added in a simple and lucid form with latest facts and figures.

Current affairs covering every National and International Events, Summits and Conferences have been included in this edition. It also includes Solved Paper of 2016.

New Practice Sets as per new format of UPSC examination have been added in the book.

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APSC Exam Pattern:

The Combined Competitive Examination consists of two successive stages:-
  1. The Preliminary Examination
  2. The Main Examination (written & interview)


Preliminary Examination:

This Examination is meant to serve as a screening test only. After clearing the Preliminary Examination, a candidate is qualified for admission to the Main Examination. Marks obtained in this exam will not be counted for determining the final order of merit.

The questions will be of objective type with multiple choices. OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) answer sheet will be provided for answering questions. Candidates will have to use ONLY BLACK BALL PEN.

USE OF ERASER, CHEMICAL, CORRECTION FLUID etc. in the OMR answer sheet is prohibited and answer sheets bearing traces of such use shall not be evaluated.

The Preliminary Examination will consist of two papers of objective type multiple choice questions of two hours duration each.


Paper-I General studies (Objective type multiple choice question paper)

Total Marks=200
Duration of the test =2hrs


Paper-II One subject to be selected from the list of optional subjects given below:
(Objective type multiple choice question paper)

Total Marks=200
Duration of the test =2hrs


OPTIONAL SUBJECTS FOR PRELIMINARY PAPER-II
Geography Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science 
Anthropology Electrical Engineering
Law Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science Commerce
Computer science Physics
Education Psychology
Electronics Statistics
Agriculture Geology
Botany Mathematics
Chemistry Philosophy
Political Science Sociology
Economics Fishery Science
Zoology Indian History
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Syllabus of APSC Preliminary Exam:

#1 Syllabus of APSC CC Preliminary Paper I (General Studies):

APSC has published the syllabus for the Paper I in their website apsc.nic.in. This paper tests the General knowledge of a candidate. To pass in this paper you should have knowledge about the current happenings all over the world including India and Specially in Assam.

Here is the syllabus for General Studies paper for Prelims-

  1. Indian Polity
  2. Political System in India
  3. Current events of National and International Importance
  4. Indian Economy
  5. Planning Process in India
  6. Geography of India, Assam and World
  7. Role of Science and Technology in India
  8. Culture and literature of Assam, India and World
  9. History of Assam, and India
  10. Indian National Movement with special Reference to Assam
  11. General Mental Ability


#2 Syllabus of APSC CC Preliminary Paper II (Optional Subjects):

Second Paper of APSC Preliminary Exam is a multiple choice objective question paper. There are total 28 Subjects and you have to choose only one. You will get 02 hours to solve the paper of optional subjects for 200 marks.

Each subject has a different syllabus and you have to study thoroughly the subject of your choice.

These syllabuses are of Degree level courses of the Universities of the State of Assam.

1. Agriculture: 
Agriculture, its importance in national economy factors determining agroecological zone and geography distribution of crop plants. Important crops of India, cultural practices for cereal pulses, oilseed, fibre, sugar and tuber crops and the scientific basis for these crop rotation, multiple and relay cropping intercropping and mixed cropping. Soil as a medium of plant growth and its composition, mineral and organic constituents of the soil and their role in crop production, chemical, physical and microbiological properties of the soils essential plant nutrients, their functions, occurrence and cycling in soils, principles of soil fertility and its evaluation for judicious fertilizer use. Organic manures and bio-fertilizers, straight, complex and mixed fertilizers manufactured and marketed in India. Principles of plant physiology with reference to plant nutrition absorption, translocation and metabolism of nutrients. Diagnosis of nutrient deficiencies and their amelloration photosynthesis and respiration, growth and development auxins and harmones in plant growth. Elements of Genetics and Plant breeding as applied to improvement of crops, development of plant hybrids and composites, important varieties, hybrids and composites of major crops. Importants fruit and vegetable crops of India, the package of practices and their scientific basis, crop rotation, intercropping and companion crops, role of fruits and vegetables in human nutrition, post harvest handling and processing of fruits and vegetables. Serious pests and diseases, affecting major crops principles of pest control, integrated control of pests and diseases, proper use and maintenance of plant protection equipments. Principles of economics as applied to agriculture. Farm planning and resource management for optional production, Farming systems and their role in regional economics. Philosophy, objectives and principles of extension. Extension organisation at the stations and responsibilities. Methods of communication, Role of farm organisation in extension service.

2. Anthropology:
I. Physical Anthropology, II. Prehistory, III. Social and Cultural Anthropology,

3. Animal Husbandry & Vety Science: 
1. DAIRY AND POULTRY SCIENCE, 2. ANIMAL GENETICS, 3. ANIMAL NUTRITION, VETERINARY SCIENCE, POULTRY DISEASES, Definition Infertile and Sterile, Courses of infertility and sterility in large animals, Detection of heat and insemination of animals.

4. Botany: 
1. MORPHOLOGY, 2. ANATOMY, 3. CRYPTOGAMSALGAE, FUNGI, BRYOPHYTES, PTERIDOPHYTES, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS, PHYSIOLOGY, ECOLOGY, CYTOGENETICS & PLANT BREEDING, EVOLUTION BOTANY and ECONOMICBOTANY.

5. Chemical Engineering: 
FUNDAMENTALS & STOICHIOMETRY, MATERIAL SCIENCE AND CORROSION, ENERGY RESOURCES AND UTILIZATION, FLUID FLOW OPERATIONS, and CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY (INORGANIC).

6. Civil Engineering: 
STATICS, DYNAMICS, KINEMATICS, KINETICS, STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, SOIL MECHANICS, FLUID MECHANICS, and SURVEYING.

7. Chemistry: 
Atomic structure, Periociaty of Properties, Valency, Coordination compounds. SECTION - B Classification of organic compounds. SECTION - C Kinetic theory of gases and gas lows, Thermodynamics, Dilute Solutions, Chemical Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Electro Chemistry.

8.Commerce: 
PART : I : ACCOUNTING, PART : II : BUSINESS ORGANISATION AND SECRETARIAL PRACTICE.

9. Computer Science
1. Data Structures Continuous and Non-continuous data structure Dynamic storage allocations, File organization techniques. 2. Formal Languages and Automata Theory Finite state machines, Push down automata, Finite automata, Context free language, Contact sensitive languages, Turing machine, Decision question and Undecided problems. 3. Computer Organisation Functional components, CPU design, Memory organisation and I/) organisation. 4. Principle of Programming Languages Various programming paradigms Syntax, Semantics, Block structure, Scooping Binding, Object oriented programming Functional programming. Logic and Concurrent programming. 5. Operating Systems Process management, Memory management, File management and I/O management. 6. Software Engineering Life cycle model, Function oriented design, Object oriented design, User interface design, Coding and Testing, Software requirement, Project management, Software reliability and Maintenance. 7. Database Management Concept, Data independence, Difference models, Storage organisation, Query languages, Normal forms, Decomposition, Security, Concurrency, Recovery. 8. Data Communication and Computer Networks Basics of digital communication, Network architecture, Physical layer, Transport layer and Application layer.

10. Economics: 
UNIT - I : Economics problem, nature of economics laws, price mechanism, Demand and supply, nature of demand curve Elastic and inelastic demand, Factors determining them, Indifference curves - properties, laws of returns, Superiority over analysis, Cost curves, Fixed and Variable, marginal cost and average cost, their relationship. Equilibrium, conditions of equilibrium under perfect competition monopoly and monopolistic competition. Gross and net national income rent wages, interest and profit, Trade cycles, Characteristics, Phases and causes of trades. Types of unemployment. UNIT - II : National income, estimate and measurement difficulties, different kinds of money, origin of money, supply of money, price level, index numbers, its construction, uses and limitations quantity theory of money, assumption and limitation. Power and functions of central bank, inflation and deflation, causes and remedies. Monetary standards, foreign exchange, its determination. UNIT - III : Nature of public finance, Distinction between public finance and private finance, sources of public revenues, tax and non-tax revenue, direct and indirect taxes includence and burden of taxation, Factors determining taxable capacity, public expenditure and public debt, Effect of tax public expenditure and public debt on production and employment methods of debt, repayment, Distinction between debt redemption and coversion, Fiscal policy and monetary policy, their limitations. Tax Evasion and tax Avoidance, Fiscal policy, its role in a developing economy. UNIT - IV : Developed, under developed and developing countries basic features and characteristics with reference to India, India’s national income during plan-period, contribution of different sectors to national income, population problems- its impacts on economic development, unemployment & capital formation. Agricultural problem, causes of low, productivity, mechanisation of India agriculture, green revolution- its impact Land reforms, agricultural credit, agricultural marketing, slow growth of industries in India- causes and remedies, Industrial policy, Industrial finance- its sources. Public Sector Industries- their role and efficiency, small scale industries, problems and remedial measures. Foreign Trade, Trades-gaps and measures of bridging them, Role of economic planning- objectives, priorities, achievements and failure in India Price Problem - causes and remedies. Poverty eradication measures adopted under Five Year Plans, nationalisation of Commercial Banks- Lead Bank Scheme.

11. Education: 
Meaning, definition and scope of education, Aims of education, School and community, Curriculum, Corelation of studies, Discipline, Theories of play, Educational for national integration and international understanding.PART - II Psychology, Physical basis of mental life, Needs, drives and motives, Emotions and instincts, Learning, Attention and interest, Intelligence, and Statistics in education.

12. Electrical Engineering: 
Primary and Secondary cells, Dry-accumulators, Solar Cells, Steady state analysis of d.c. and a.c. network, network theorems, network function, Laplace techniques, transient response, frequency response, three-phase network, inductively coupled circuits. Mathematical modelling of dynamic linear systems, transfer functions, block diagrams, stability of control systems. Electrostatic and magnetostatic field analysis, Maxwell’s equations, Wave equations and electromagnetic waves. Basis methods of measurements, standards, error analysis, indicating instruments, cathoderay oscilloscope, measurement of voltage, current, power resistance, inductance, capacitance, frequency, time and flux, electronic motors. Vacuum based and Semiconductor devices and analysis of electronic circuits, single and multistage audio and radio, small signal and large signal amplifiers, oscillators and feedback amplifiers, waveshaping circuits and time base generators, multivibrators and digital circuits, modulation and demodulation circuits. Transmission line at audio, radio and U.H. frequencies reduencies, Wire and Radio Communication. Generation of e.m.f. and torque in rotatiion machine, motor and generator characteristics os d.c. synchronous and induction machines, equivalent circuits, commutation starters, phaser diagram, losses, regulation, power transformers. Modelling of transmission lines, steady, state and transient stability, surge phenomena and insulation coordination, protective devices and schemes for power system equipment. Conversion of a.c. to d.c. and d.c. to a.c., controlled and uncontrolled power, speed control techniques for drives.

13. Electronics: 
Basic Circuit Theory, Electronic Devices, Electronic Circuits, Digital Electronic Circuits, Communication, Microprocessor etc.

14. Geography: 
SECTION-I Physical, Economical and Human Geography. SECTION - II Geography of the world. SECTION - III Geography of India and North East India.

15. Geology: 
GROUP - A General and Structural Geology, GROUP - B Paleontology, GROUP - C Crystallography and mineralogy, GROUP - D Petrology, GROUP - E Economic Geology, GROUP - E Economic Geology.

16. Indian History: 
Unit - I Ancient India: Indus Valley Civilisation to Sultan Mahmud and Muhammad of Ghor. Unit - II The Period of the Delhi Sultanate, Unit - III Mughal Empire in India, Unit - IV Modern India.

17. Law: 
GROUP - A CONSTITUTION OF INDIA, GROUP - B INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW and GROUP - C LAW OF TORTS.

18. Mathematics: 
Algebra, Calculus, Vectors, Trigonometry.

19. Mechanical Engineering: 
Statics,. Dynamics, Theory of Machines, Mechanics of Solids, Manufacturing Science, Production, Management(s), Tharmodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Energy Conversion, Environmental Control.

20. Medical Science: 
Human Anatomy, Human physiology and biochemistry, Reproduction, Cardiovascular system, Gl system, Haematology, Respiration, Renal Physiology, Nucleic acids, Pathology and Microbiology, Medicine, Surgery,

21. Philosophy: 
GROUP - A GENERAL PHILOSOPHY (WESTERN AND INDIAN), GROUP - B LOGIC, PSYCHOLOGY, GROUP - C ETHICS AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY.

22. Physics: 
Group A : Newton’s Law of motion, force & impulse, Moment of Inertia, Radius of gyration, Theorem of perpendicular & parallel axes, Moment of Inertia of rod, cylinder, disc and sphere, Simple Harmonic Motion. Kepler’s Laws of planetory motion, Artificial satellites, Elasticity : Hooke’s law, Elastic Constants, Viscosity of fluids Pioseullie’s equation, Surface Tension, Angle of Contact, Velocity of sound. Effect of temperation & pressure on velocity of sound, Vibration of string, Laws of transverse vibration, Longitudinal vibration of strings, Stationery waves in strings and air-column. Group B : Combination of two lenses separated by a distance, Power of a lens, Spherical aberration and chromatic aberration, Interference of light, Determination of wave length by a Biprism, Colours of thin films. Newton’s rings, Diffraction of light, Fresnel class and Fraunhofer class of diffraction. Diffraction grating, Dispersive power of grating, Zone plate, Polarisation of light, Production and analysis of polarised light, Nicol prism, Circular and Elliptical polarisation, Rotation of plane of polarisation, Scattering of light - colour of the sky. Group C : Measurement of temperature, Maximum and Minimum, Thermometer, Measurement of high temperature and low temperature. Expansion of solids and liquids, Coefficients of linear and cubical expansion, Apparent and absolute expansion of a liquid. Expansion of gases, Gas laws, Coefficient of increase of pressure at constant volume, Coeficient in increase of volume at constant pressure. Calorimetry. Two specific heats of gases. Change of state, Latent heat of fusion and vaporisation, Kinetic theory of gases, Perfect gas laws, Rootmean square velocity, Relation between heat and work, First law of square dynamics, Second Law of thermodynamics, Carnot’s cycle, Clausius and Clapeyron’s equation, Heat Engines, petrol Engine, Diesel Engine. Group D : Ohm’s Law (Electricity and Magnetism) Kirchhoffs Laws, Application of Kirchhoffs Laws, Platinum Resistance, Thermometer - temperature, measurement, Thermo-electricity, Peltier and Thomson effect, Thermocouples and measurement of temperature, Chemical effects of current, Electrolysis, Electromagnetic, Induction, Self and Mutual Induction. Verying currents, Growth and Decay of currents, Energy stored up in a circuit. Alternating current, Virtual current, R.M.S. value of current, Peak value of current, virtual volt, Impedance, Reactance, Wattless current. Group E : Cathode Rays, Velocity and e/m of electron, Milikan’s oil drop experiment CRT, X-rays production and properties, Application of X-rays, Bohr’s theory of hydrogen spectra, Photo-electric effect and Einstain’s explanation, Radioactivity, Decay constant, Half-life, Mean life, Isobar and Isotopes, Cyclotron. Electromagnetic radiation, Valves - Diode and Triode, Amplification factor, Ractifiers, Zeeman effect, Raman effect, Cosmic Rays.

23. Political Science: 
Unit - I (a) Nature and scope of political science, Its relationship with other social sciences. (b) Origin of the State - Social Contract Theory and Evolutionary Theory. (c) Functions of the State - Leissex Faire and Socialistic. Theories - Welfare State. (d) Democracy and Dictatorship. (e) Sovereignty - Characteristics and kinds. (f) Law - Liberty and Equality. Unit - II (a) Basic features of the Indian Constitution. (b) Indian Parliament - Executive and Judiciary. (c) Governor and Chief Minister of an Indian State. (d) Present Local Self Government in Assam. (e) Union Public Service Commission and State Public Service Commission. Unit - III Constitutions of U.K. and U.S.A. Unit - IV The Organs of the U.N.

24. Psychology: 
1. Nature and Scope of Psychology, Applied fields of Psychology, Methods of Psychology. 2. Nervous System - Central and autonomic nervous system, Localisation of functions in the brain. 3. Genetic and environmental factors in human development, Nature and nature. 4. Sensory processes - Structure and functions of human eye. Structure and functions of human ear. 5. Perceptual processes - Selectivity of perception, Perceptual constancies, Organization and perception, Depth perception, Movement perception, Role of experience in perception. 6. Principles of learning, Classical and operant conditioning, Cognitive learning, learning by modelling. 7. Verbal learning and memory, Input, Storage and retrieval of information, Forgetting. 8. Nature of motivation. Concepts of needs drives, indentives and arousal, Biological and other factor of motivation. 9. Nature of frustration, Reactions to frustration, Defence mechanisms and adjustment. 10. Group behaviours, Group dynamics, Leadership, Roles and expectation. 11. Behaviour disorders, Psychoneuroses, Psychosomatic disorders, Personality disorders. 12. Tests for measuring individual differences - Stanford Binest test, Differential aptitude test, Minnesota Multiphasic inventory.

25. Sociology: 
Nature, Scope and Methods of Sociology. Basic concepts, Social Groups, Religion, Social Stratification, Social Processes, Culture, Social Control, Special Change.

26. Statistics: 
Unit - I Probability (20 percent weight), Unit - II Statistical Methods (20 percent weight), Unit - III Statistical Inference (20 percent weight), Unit - IV Sampling theory and Design of Experiments (20 percent weight), Unit - V The Series and quantitative economics (10 percent weight), Unit VI Demography and Educational Statistics (10 percent weight).

27. Zoology: 
General characters and classification of non-chordates (upto classes) and chordates (upto order) of the following : Protozoa, Porifera, Coelenterata, Platyhelminthes, Nemathel-minthes, Annelida, Arthropod Mollusca, Echinodermat and chordeta. 2. Anatomical structures and their functions and life history of the following types : Paramlecium, Plasmodium, Euglena, Entamoeba, Sycon, Obelia, Liver, Fluke, Ascaris, Leech, Nereis, Prawn, Cock-roach, Pila, Unio, Starfish, Amphioxus, Scoliodon, Toad, Calotecs, Pigeon and Rat. 3. Structure of an animal cell, Structure and function of cell organelles, Mitosis and Meiosis cell division. 4. Biotic and abiotic factors, Eco-system, Food chain, Pollution in air, water and land. 5. Wild life of India with special reference to N.E. India. endangered species. 6. Comparative study of integument, Pectoral and felvic girdles heart and urinogenital system of vertebrates. 7. Beneficial and harmful insects, Life history and culture of Eri, Muga and Honey Bee. 8. Nucleic acid and biosynthesis of protein. 9. Mendelian Laws of inheritance, Linkage and crossing over mutation. 10. Evidences and theories of evolution. 11. Fossil and fossil dating 12. Nature and function of enzymes. 13. Physiology of digestion, respiration and excretion of mammal. 14. Composition of blood, blood grouping in man and coagulation of blood. 15. Histophysiology of pancrease, pituitary and thyroid glands. 16. Gametogesis. 17. Fertilization, cleavage and gastruletion. 18. Formation of Foetal membrances in chick and mammals. 19. Zoogeographical realms of the world and its fauna. 20. Concept of species and sub-species, Binomial nomenclature and international code. 


28. Fisheries: 
Basic principles of aquaculture. Origin growth and present global and national scenario. Prospects of aquaculture in relation to the national and state economy.
Status, scope and prospects of freshwater aquaculture in India and North Eastern States. Systems of aquaculture. Concepts of integrated aquaculture systems. Cultivable fin and shell fishes. * Soil and water quality for fish culture. Manuring and fertilization of fish pond. Management of soil quality for aquaculture. * Inland water bodies - physical, chemical and biological properties of water in relation to aquaculture. Biological communities of inland waters. Common groups of phyto and zoo planktons. * Pond for fish culture. Location, design and construction of fish pond, cage and pen. * Fish and shell fish breeding, traditional and modern fish hatching devices. Brood stock and nursery pond management. * Fish feed - natural and artificial. Nutritional requirement of commercially important cultivable fish species. Conventional and non-conventional fish feeds. Feed formulation and processing. * Significance of fish diseases in relation to aquaculture practices, their diagnosis and fish health management. * Economics of fish production system - culture and capture. * Concept and fundamentals of fishery extension education. Present system of fishery extension service. • Fishing gears. Traditional fishing fears of gears and other water bodies of Assam. Modern commercial fishing methods. Traditional and modern methods of fish preservation. Post harvest management of fin and shell fish. Marine capture fisheries.




Main Examination:

After successfully passed in the Preliminary Examination, a candidate has to apply for the main examination in the prescribed application form.

Those candidates selected to appear in the Main Examination will have to pay another Examination fee to be fixed in due course, separately by Treasury challan under the same head of Account specifying the fee as C.C. (Main) Examination Fee, 2016.


Process of APSC Main Examination:

On the results of the Preliminary Examination, the number of candidates to be admitted to the written part of the Main Examination will be 11 to 12 times the number of vacancies notified. The selection will be strictly on the basis of merit adhering to the norms of Vertical and Horizontal Reservation as per prescribed law in force.

The Main Examination consists of-
  1. Written Examination and 
  2. Interview Test. 

Pattern of Written Examination:

The questions of the examination will be of conventional type.

The written examination will consist of the following papers of 3 hours duration each.



SubjectTotal MarksDuration
General English 300 3 hours
General Studies 300 3 hours
Optional Subject 1 Paper-I 200 3 hours
Optional Subject 1 Paper-II 200 3 hours
Optional Subject 2 Paper-I 200 3 hour
Optional Subject 2 Paper-II 200 3 hours
Viva-voce 200
Grand Total 1600 marks



Any two subjects are to be selected from the list of optional subjects given below.



OPTIONAL SUBJECTS FOR MAIN WRITTEN EXAM
Agriculture Anthropology
History Botany
Mechanical Engineering Mathematics
Civil Engineering Chemistry
Medical Science Philosophy
Computer Science Economics
Political Science Psychology
Electrical Engineering Electronics
Statistics Zoology
Geology Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
Chemical Engineering MIL (one)- Assamese, Bengali, English Literature, Hindi, Bodo & Classical Languages, Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit.
Commerce & Accountancy Physics
Education Sociology
Fishery Science Geography
Law  Important Books to Read


Candidates WILL NOT be allowed to offer the following combinations of subjects:
  1. Anthropology and Sociology
  2. Mathematics and Statistics
  3. Philosophy and Psychology
  4. Agriculture and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
  5. Not more than one of the Engineering subjects




APSC Exam Syllabus for 2017 Mains:

APSC has published the syllabus for CC Main Examination 2017 on their official website. There are 06 papers for 04 subjects in the main exam. each subject and paper has a different syllabus.

So, it is important to know the exact and latest syllabus for a better preparation.

Here we have collected the Syllabus for you. You can download from here.

#1 Syllabus of General English:
Essay Writing, Precis writing on unseen passage, Comprehension, and Expression, Correction of Common Error, Usage of Vocabulary, Test of Ability of the candidates to write the substance in correct and precise language avoiding the inessential points.


#2 Syllabus for General Studies: 
Indian Polity, Political System in India, Indian Economy and Geography of India and Assam, Role and impact of Science and Technology in India, Planning process in India, Current Events of National and International events, Indian Culture, Ancient and Modern History of India.


#3 Syllabus for Optional Subjects: 
There are total 36 optional subjects including 08 MIL. You have to choose only 02. Thes papers are not easy to crack. So, we recommend you to learn the official syllabus and start your preparation as early as possible. You can download the syllabus of your preferable subject from here.






Process of Viva-Voice Interview: 


Total Marks- 200

On the results of the written part of the Main Examination, the number of candidates to be called for interview will be about twice the number of vacancies advertised.

The selection will be strictly on the basis of merit adhering to the norms of Vertical and Horizontal Reservation as per prescribed law in force.

The candidates will be interviewed by a board. The interview, however, will not have any qualifying marks.

The marks scored at the interview will be added to the marks scored in the written Examination (Main) and the ranking of the candidates will be determined on the basis of the total marks obtained.



Admission certificates (ADMIT CARD)

Commission takes up the verification of eligibility conditions only after the candidates have qualified for the Main Examination.
Admission certificate indicating the eligible candidate’s Roll no., venue and program of the exam will be uploaded in the Commission’s website, for appearing in the Preliminary/Main examination.
Candidates must produce a photo identity proof of any of the following in the examination hall:
  1. Pan Card
  2. Driving License
  3. Voters ID card
  4. Bank Passbook containing photograph
  5. ID Card issued by the educational Institution where he/she is studying presently
  6. ID card issued by Government or public sector undertaking.




The Centres for the Preliminary Combined Competitive Exam:

DHEMAJI
DHUBRI
JORHAT
KARIMGANJ
NORTH LAKHIMPUR
SILCHAR
SIVSAGAR
GUWAHATI
HAFLONG
DIBRUGARH
DIPHU
GOALPARA
KOKRAJHAR
GOLAGHAT
MANGALDOI
TEZPUR
MORIGAON
NAGAON
NALBARI
TINSUKIA

The Centres for the Preliminary Combined Competitive Exam:

Guwahati


Date of Preliminary Exam:

Latest updates regarding the current status of the tentative schedule will be published on the website of the Assam Public Service Commission from time to time as and when its website becomes operational. The schedule will be available at www.apsc.nic.in w.e.f. 05.01.2017.

Tentative Schedule is proposed assuming that proper requisition will be received for the concerned posts in stipulated time from the Government.

There may be some more Examinations/Viva-voce during the year, hence, the schedule may change.

Further, the schedule may also change when an opinion from the Government/Legal Expert is received regarding declaration of pending results of some interviews already held.

Date of Preliminary and Main Examination will be notified in due course. However, Examination has been tentatively scheduled in the month of May 2017.

The centers and the date (even after it is notified) for holding examination may, however be changed by the Commission at its discretion.

Candidates admitted to the examination will be informed of the time place or places of examination.

Preparation Methods for APSC 2017:

Less than 10% candidates qualifies in the APSC Exam. So, it is cleare that the level of the exam is to high to achieve.

This is the main reason to prepare for the exam in an extra effort.

You should collect the study matterials as early as possible. Collect the best study books, practice sets and previous years question papers.

Along with your study according to the latest syllabus, you should solve practice papers regularly. Solving practice sets you can increase your believe level.

Previous years ppers will tell you about the pattern of questions and exact syllabus of APSC.

Details of Assam Forest Recruitment 2017

 
Assam Forest Department has invited eligible Indian Citizens for filling up different vacant posts in Assam. If you are interested in forest job in Assam, this is a good chance for you.

(Consequent to the Recruitment Policy modifications it is hereby conveyed to all the applicants who had applied for various posts vide the Forest Department Advertisement dated 23/7/2014, that the Recruitment Process stands canceled.)

Details of posts, eligibility criteria, educational qualification, age limit application process, selection process are discussed below.


#1. Assam Forest Recruitment for (Divisional) Junior Assistant:

Pay Structure: 
  • Rs. 5200/- – to Rs. 20200/- with grade Pay of Rs.2200/- P.M. plus other allowances as admissible under the Rules

No. Of Post: 
  • 84 nos. 

Educational Qualification:
  1. A candidate must be Graduated from any recognized University.
  2. Candidate must have Certificate/Diploma of 6(six) month in Computer Application i.e. MS Office etc. 

Age Limit: 
  • 18 years to 38 years as on 01-01-2016. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of SC/ST candidate and by 2 years in respect of EX- serviceman 

Selection Procedure:
  1. A written test for 3 hrs(General English, General Knowledge, General Arithmetic)
  2. Computer eligibility test
  3. Typing test 






#2. Assam Forest Recruitment for Junior Assistant (Directorate Level):

Pay Structure:
  • Rs. 5200/- – to Rs. 20200/- with grade Pay of Rs.2400/- P.M. plus other allowances as admissible under the Rules 

No. Of Post:
  • 67 nos. 

Educational Qualification:
  1. A Candidate must be Graduated from any recognized University.
  2. Candidate must have Certificate/Diploma of 6(six) month in Computer Application i.e. MS Office etc. 

Age Limit:
  • 18 years to 38 years as on 01-01-2016. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in the case of SC/ST candidate and by 2 years in respect of EX- serviceman 

Selection Procedure:
  1. A Written test for 3 hrs (General English, General Knowledge, General Arithmetic)
  2. Computer eligibility test 
  3. Typing test 



#3. Assam Forest Recruitment for Forest Guard:

Pay Structure:
  • Rs.5200 - to Rs.20200/ -with Grade Pay of Rs. 2200/-P.M. plus other allowances as admissible under the Rules


Nos. of the posts:
  • 525 Nos.


Educational Qualification:
  • Higher Secondary or equivalent passed from recognized board.


Physical standard:

Height :
  1. General male - 163 cm Female - 150 cm
  2. Hill & Plain tribes Male- 153 cm Female- 145 cm


Chest :
  1. Normal - 79 cm
  2. Expanded 84 cm


Age Limit:
  • 18 years to 38 years as on 01/01/2016. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in the case of SC/ST candidates and by 2 years in respect of Ex-Serviceman.


Selection Procedure:
  1. Written test for 2 hrs.a. General Mathematics of Higher Secondary or Equivalent Standard.b. English dictation.c. General Knowledge.
  2. Physical Fitness Test: Comprising of 26 Kms. (for male) and 16 Kms. (for female) of walking to be covered within 4 hours followed by medical test.





#4. Draftsman (GIS Expert) Job:

Pay Structure:
  • Rs. 5200/- to Rs. 20200/- with grade Pay of Rs.2700/- P.M. plus other allowances as admissible under the Rules.


Nos. of posts: 
  • 7 nos.


Educational Qualification:
  1. Post Graduate degree in Geo-Sciences/ GeoInformatics/MCA. 
  2. Minimum 4 years technical experience of working within the GIS domain.


Age Limit:
  • 18 years to 38 years as on 01/01/2016. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of SC/ST candidates and by 2 years in respect of Ex-Serviceman a)


Selection Procedure:
The selection process shall comprise of the following to be conducted by Recruitment Committee:
  1. Drawing
  2. Mensuration
  3. Application of Arc GIS and others GIS software in management & mapping of forests & natural resource.




#5. Recruitment of Surveyor (GIS Analysist):

Pay Structure:
  • Rs. 5200/- to Rs. 20200/- with grade Pay of Rs.2400/- P.M. plus other allowances as admissible under the Rules.


No. of Posts: 
  • 25 nos.


Educational Qualification:
  1. Graduate in Science / Geography/ Remote Sensing/ Computer Science/ Geo informatics/ Geology/ Environmental Science 
  2. Experience of 2+ years in performing GIS related works on server & Desktop .


Age Limit:

  • 18 years to 38 years as on 01/01/2016. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of SC/ST candidates and by 2 years in respect of Ex-Serviceman


Selection Procedure:
The selection process shall comprise of the following to be conducted by Recruitment Committee:
  1. Drawing
  2. Mensuration
  3. Application of Arc GIS and others GIS software in management & mapping of forests & natural resource`





#6. Carpenter in Assam Forest:

Pay Structure:
  • Rs. 5200/- to Rs. 20200/- with grade Pay of Rs.2100/- P.M. plus other allowances as admissible under the Rules.

No. of Post: 
  • 1 no


Educational Qualification:
  • HSLC or Equivalent Pass.


Age Limit:
  • 18 years to 38 years as on 01/01/2016. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of SC/ST candidates and by 2 years in respect of Ex-Serviceman

Selection Procedure:
  1. The candidate shall be required to appear in a skill demonstration test conducted by a competent authority in the presence of Recruitment Committee.
  2. Up to 20% weightage shall be given to the candidates who have worked as casual employees with Department @ 2% weightage for each completed year of service rendered.




#7. Electric Mistry Vacancy in Assam Forest:

Pay Structure:
  • Rs. 4560/- to Rs. 15000/- with grade Pay of Rs. 1800/- P.M. plus other allowances as admissible under the Rules.


No. of post: 
  • 1 No


Educational Qualification:
  • HSLC or Equivalent Pass.
  • Trade Certificate / Licence holder from recognized institution.


Age Limit:
  • 18 years to 38 years as on 01/01/2016. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of SC/ST candidates and by 2 years in respect of Ex-Serviceman


Selection Procedure:
  1. The candidate shall be required to appear in a skill demonstration test conducted by a competent authority in the presence of Recruitment Committee.
  2. Up to 20% weightage shall be given to the candidates who have worked as casual employees with Department @ 2% weightage for each completed year of service rendered.




Assam forest department recruitment Application Procedure:

There are both online and offline methods are available for candidates to apply for the above-mentioned posts. (If you want to apply for more than one post he needs to submit separate application forms and fee against each post.)


Online Process:

If you want to apply by the online process, you should apply before 31/01/2017 for these posts. Online forms are available only on the website www.assamforest.in.

Complete application along with self-certified photocopies of all testimonials should be uploaded with online application forms along with two copies of passport size photographs.


Offline Process:

If you want to apply by the offline process, you have to submit the application form before 31/01/2017.
Complete application along with self-certified photocopies of all testimonials should be enclosed with offline application forms along with two copies of passport size photographs.
On the envelope containing the physical application form, it should be mentioned “Application for _______ Post”.

You have to send the duly filled form to the following address by post only.

Office of the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Head of Forest Force, Assam,
Aranya Bhawan,
Panjabari,
Guwahati – 781037 on or before 31/01/2017.




Application Fees for Assam forest job:

  1. The application fee is Rs.250/ for General Candidates,
  2. Rs.150/- for SC/ST/OBC/MOBC candidates,
  3. BPL (certificate holders only) candidates should not pay any fees.


You have to pay the fee only through internet banking in the following Account-

“Assam State Biodiversity Board”,
Ganeshguri,
Guwahati Branch,
SBI S/B A/c No. 32007181470,
IFSC: SBIN0004134.

Successful online payment reference number with date should be mentioned by the applicants in their respective forms, failing which the application would be rejected.



Selection Procedure:

Candidates will be selected through some selection processes. As mentioned above, there will be a separate procedure for each post.

You have to prepare for the above-mentioned tests to qualify for the job.

The candidates must bring with them the Call letter, printed reference number with date of online payment made, Original Certificate of the educational qualification at the time of Written Test/Computer Application Test/Physical Fitness Test as per the requirement of each post.

Weightage up to 10 % shall be given in the merit list to the National and State level sports persons appearing as candidates

For posts at Sl No. 1, 2, 4, 5,6 & 7 up to 20% weightage may be given to the candidates who have worked as casual/contractual employees with Forest Department @ 2% weightage for each completed year of service rendered.




Conclusion:

The government of Assam has published this notification for Assam Forest Department Recruitment for various posts. If you are interested in building your career in Assam, apply now through the website of Assam Forest or apply on a standard form.

Last date to apply for the vacancy in forest department is 31 January 2017.

How to get Job In Assam Police

 

Job In Assam Police

Vacancy in Assam Police:

Before applying for a job in Assam Police, It is important to know about the organization. The sanctioned strength of Assam Police is 65,000. It is a mammoth organization in India led by the Director General of Police and the Inspector General of Police with its Headquarters located at Ulubari, Guwahati.

The glorious history of Assam Police is inextricably woven with the history of the Nation & North-East in general and that of present day Assam in particular. While Policing did exist in the days of Ahom kings, a modern Police came into existence with the coming of the British rulers. From humble origins, the force has grown from strength to strength tackling new challenges and crisis ranging from maintenance of law & order and prevention of crimes to tackling insurgency, violent ethnic movements and mass movements of unprecedented dimensions. Despite all odds Assam Police has come out with flying colours which has been paid for by the sacrifice of lives of more than one thousand Assam Police personnel. Probably, Assam Police is one of the few Police forces in the country which had to respond to such a wide variety of challenges and in the process has emerged as a Force whose history and present capabilities is as glorious and promising as that of North East region and Assam.




Bonus Read: Recent Bank job in Assam


Assam Police recruits various unemployed and talented candidates every year. So Assam Police releases Assam Police Vacancy time to time to hire various eligible candidates to serve the nation.

You can download Detailed Notification regarding job in Assam Police from the official website. For this you have to log on the Official website www.assampolice.gov.in.

Before filling Online Application for the vacancy positions, you should note some important things. Here, I have described in details, what to do to be policeman in under Assam govt.

Many candidates want to get placed in Police Department and various candidates decided aim of their life to join Police Force and serve for public.

Check below Eligibility criteria, Selection Process, Application Process, Preparation Process for Career in Assam police.

If you are not eligible for this Latest Assam Police Recruitment then prepare for Next Assam Police Vacancy.


Eligibility Criteria for Assam Police: 





In order to appear in the Recruitment Tests, you must fulfill the following criteria :-


#1 Nationality - 

Candidates must be Indian citizens, ordinarily resident of Assam. 


#2 Age: 

For Constable: 18 to 25 years as on 1st July of 2015 (i.e. the candidate must be born on or before 01.07.1997 and after 01.07.1990). Relaxed 3 years in respect of trained Home Guards who have served for a period of 3(three) years or more. (Certificate to this effect from competent authority will have to be submitted). 

For SI: Candidate should not be more than 24 years and less than 20 years of age as on 1st July, 2015.

The date of birth accepted by the SLPRB will be as per matriculation or an equivalent examination certificate issued by a recognized Board. No other document relating to age such as horoscope, affidavit, birth extract from Municipal Corporation, service record etc. will be accepted. Relaxation : Upper age limit will be relaxed by 5 years in respect of candidates belonging to SC, ST(P) and ST(H) 



#3 Educational qualification: 

For Constable: H.S. or Class XII passed from a recognized Board or Council. In case of candidates applying for the post of Firemen and Emergency Rescuer in Fire & Emergency Services, he / she should have passed H.S. or Class XII in Science Stream. 

However, the candidates applying for the posts of Constable of Police (WO/WT) in APRO, he / she should have passed H.S. or Class XII in Science Stream with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as the combined subjects from a recognized Board or Council.

For SI: The candidate must be a graduate in Arts, Science, Commerce or equivalent stream from a recognized College / Institutions affiliated to a recognized University.

Also Read- How to Crack APSC Exam 




#4 Physical Standards:

Height (Minimum)  
For Constable:
Gen/OBC/MOBC/SC Male-162.56 cm, Female-154.94 cm 
ST(H)/ ST(P) Male-160.02 cm, Female-152.40 cm

For SI:
Gen / OBC / MOBC / SC Male-162.56 cm (5’ 3’’), Female -154.94 cm (5’ 1’’) 
ST (H) / ST (P) Male-160.02 cm (5’ 2’’), Female- 152.40 cm (5’) 

Chest (Only for men) 
For Constable:
Gen/OBC/MOBC/SC/ST(P) etc,  Normal-80Cm Expanded- 85 Cm 
ST(H)  Normal-78 Cm Expanded- 83 Cm 

For SI:
Gen/OBC/MOBC/ SC/ ST (P) Normal 80 cm (31.5’’) Expanded 85 cm (33.5’’)
ST (H) Normal 78 cm(30.5’’) Expanded 83 cm (32.5’’) 




#5 Medical standards (for SI rank) : 
  1. Candidates must not have knock knee, flat foot or squint in eyes and they should possess high colour vision. 
  2. Colour blindness will be a disqualification. 
  3. Varicose veins shall be considered a temporary disqualification. 
  4. They must be in good mental and bodily health. 
  5. They must be free from any physical deformities and free from diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, hernia, piles, heart diseases, respiratory diseases or any other ailment that is likely to interfere with the efficient performance of duties. 
  6. Eye sight – the distant vision should be 6/6 for at least one eye and not poorer than 6/9 for the other without correction. Near vision should be normal.




How To Apply: 





To apply for the recruitment in Assam Police, you should apply for the posts before the last date.
Applications must be submitted online through Assam Police website www.assampolice.gov.in . There is no option for other forms of application.

Go to the official website and register your name with your email address and mobile phone number. These should be specific to each candidate.

No documents, testimonials/caste certificate etc are to be submitted with the application form.

Be careful. Before submitting the application form, double check it. After clicking on the "complete" button, you can not change the application form.

After successful submission of the form, you can download the registration / application slip with ID No.

It is mandatory for the candidates to mention a valid email address and individual mobile phone number in the application form as the same will be required to inform the applicant regarding the status of their application and convey other related information.

Candidates will be able to download the Admit Card / Call Letter from the Assam Police website by entering their ID number.

The information will also be sent through SMS and email to the candidates on their mobile numbers and email addresses. 



Important:Keep ready the following documents before online application. You will have to upload scanned copies of the following documents: 


#1 Passport Size Photograph :

Please pay attention to upload good quality photograph. Poor quality of photograph submitted will lead to rejection of your application.

The admit card will be printed with the photograph you submit.
  1. The photograph must be in colour and must be taken in a professional studio. Photograph taken using a mobile phone and other self composed portraits are not acceptable. 
  2. Photograph must be taken in a white background. 
  3. The photograph must have been taken after 1st July, 2015. 
  4. Face should occupy about 50% of the area in the photograph, and with a full face view looking into the camera directly. 
  5. The main features of the face must not be covered by hair of the head, any cloth or any shadow. Forehead, both eyes, nose, cheek, lip and chin should be clearly visible.
  6. If you normally wear spectacles, glare on glasses is not acceptable in your photo. Glare can be avoided with a slight downward tilt of the glasses for the photo shoot. 
  7. You must not wear spectacles with dark or tinted glasses, only clear glasses are permitted. 
  8. Ask your photo studio to provide the image in a JPEG format and also on a standard 4.5cm x 3.5 cm ( 45mm x 35mm ) print.
  9. Maximum pixel resolution for JPEG: 640 x 480 (0.3 Mega Pixel) (Ask your studio to reduce it to this resolution if it is higher). 
  10. Minimum pixel resolution for JPEG: 320 x 240. 
  11. The maximum file size is 450 kb (kilo bytes). 
  12. For your own benefit it may be prudent not to intentionally change your facial features or hair style as in the photograph until the day of the exam.



#2 Thumb Impression :
  1. The candidate will have to take his / her left thumb impression on a white piece of paper, neatly, without any smudges and scan a copy and upload it in the slot provided. 
  2. Dimension of thumb impression image should be 3.5cm (width) x 1.5cm (height) only. 
  3. Candidates should make sure their uploaded thumb impression are clear. 100 kb is the maximum size. 



#3 Signature:
  1. Please put your signature with a black or dark blue ink on a white paper. 
  2. Get the signature digitally photograph / image scanned by a professional photo studio, and get the image cropped by the studio itself.
  3. Only JPEG image formats will be accepted. 
  4. The maximum pixel resolution for the image is 800 x 300. 
  5. The minimum pixel resolution for the image is 400 x 150. Page 5 of 11 
  6. Dimension of signature image should be 3.5cm (width) x 2.5cm (height). 
  7. The maximum file size is 100 kb. 
  8. Mobile phone photograph of signature is not acceptable, and can result in disqualification of the application. 


Testimonials/ Documents to be submitted when appearing in Tests: 

The candidates should bring a set of self attested photocopies along with the originals of the following documents/ materials for verification by the Selection Committee on the date of their Test. 
  1. Certificate of proof of age. (HSLC or equivalent certificates) 
  2. Certificate of HSLC or equivalent examination 
  3. Mark-sheet of HSLC or equivalent examination 
  4. Certificate of Higher Secondary or equivalent examination
  5. Mark –Sheet of Higher Secondary or equivalent examination 
  6. Certificate of additional qualifications such as Diploma from ITI or other recognized / accredited institute etc (if any). 
  7. Certificate of sports, games etc. (if any). 
  8. Experience certificate of serving in Home Guards and certificate of NCC (if any) from competent authority. 
  9. Certificate of caste from the competent authority in respect of the candidates belonging to ST(P)/ST(H)/SC/OBC & MOBC. 
  10. 2 (two) copies of passport size recent photographs. 
  11. Certificate of knowledge in swimming / driving. 


Selection Procedure: 

Candidates whose applications are found correct in all respect will have to undergo the Physical Standards Tests (PST) and Physical Efficiency Tests (PET).

If any candidate is found to have any physical deformity as may be detected by the Medical Officer present in the Selection Board, he/ she will be debarred from participating in the other tests.



#1 Scrutinity of Documents: 

All the original documents along with a set of Photostat copies of the documents will be checked before the qualified candidate is allowed to appear in the PST and PET as per the given eligibility criteria.

Candidates who are rejected will be given rejection slips specifying the reason of rejection.

Submission of any incorrect information or forged document at any stage will lead to disqualification of the candidate and may also render him / her liable to criminal prosecution.

Original documents of a candidate may be put to check at any later stage of the recruitment process also. All the photostat copies submitted by the candidates will have to be duly self attested.




#2 Physical Standard Test:

 After the documents are found correct, the candidates will have to appear in the PST (Physical Standard Test). It will carry no marks.

Measurement of the height, weight & chest (only males) of the candidates will be done and after which the candidate will be inspected by a Medical Officer for preliminary check-ups like knock knee, vision test, colour blindness test, flat foot, varicose vein, physical deformities etc.

Once a candidate clears the PST he/she will have to appear in the PET (Physical Efficiency Test)




#3 Physical Efficiency Test: - 40 Marks :

Candidates who clear PST, will be required to undergo PET. There are various Award of marks for for PET for excellency.

The PET consists of the following :


Male Candidates

a) Race: Those who qualify in the PST will be subjected to 3.2 km race to be completed within 14 minutes (840 seconds for constable and 900 seconds for SI).

b) Long Jump: Minimum 335 cm for long jump (3 chances to be given and the longest valid jump rounded off to the nearest cm will be considered for awarding marks).



Female Candidates.

a) Race: Those who qualify in the PST will be subjected to 1600 mtrs. race to be completed within 8 minutes .

b) Long Jump: Minimum 244 cm for long jump (3 chances to be given and the longest valid jump rounded off to the nearest cm will be considered for awarding marks).



#4 Written Test:

After completion of the PST and PET for all the candidates, District-wise merit lists for each category will be prepared. (for SI rank PET will be followed by Written Test).

Candidates will be called for the Written Test in order of merit at the rate of 5 (five) times the number of posts allotted in respect of each category.

If the total number of qualifying candidates turns out to be less than 5 times the number of posts, all qualifying candidates but no other will be called for the Written Test.

If there are candidates scoring the same marks in PET as the last candidate selected for the written test by the 5 times formula in a particular case, the candidates scoring the same marks will also be called for the written examination, and therefore the number may exceed the 5 times to that extent for that particular case and category only. 

Written Test will be conducted throughout the State on one day at each district HQ.

The date of the written test will be notified later.

For Constable: Written test will consist of 100 multiple choice type questions to be answered on an OMR answer sheet.

For each correct answer the candidate will get half a mark.

Questions will be of the level of class IX and X. Total marks for the Written Test will be 50.

There will be no negative marking.



For SI: The written test will be of 100 marks and will be completely OMR based.

There will be 100 questions and each question will be of 1 (one) mark.

There will be negative marking of ½ mark for each wrong answer. The questions will be set in three parts

(i) Logical reasoning, aptitude, comprehension 
(ii) Matters relating to History and Culture of Assam and India and 
(iii) General Knowledge. Candidates will use black ball pen to answer the OMR based answer sheet. Duration of the test will be of 3 (three) hours 




#5 Extra-curricular activities and special skills:

(A) Extra Academic Achievements- based on results of Higher Secondary Examination (for Constable):

Max marks 5
  1. 40 – 59.99 % : 2 marks 
  2. 60 – 74.99% : 3 marks 
  3. 75 % and above : 5 marks 

Extra Academic Achievements (for SI) :-

Max 5 marks.
  1. 2nd Div / more than 50% marks in BA / BSc / BCom / or equivalent in aggregate. - 01 (one) mark 
  2. 1st Div / more than 60% marks in BA / BSc / BCom / or equivalent in aggregate. - 02 (two) marks 
  3. Additional Degrees – MA / MSc / MCom / LLB / LLM / BTech / Degree in Engineering / MBBS / BDS - 03 (three) marks 


(B) NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) - Max Marks – 03 (three)

  1. NCC „C‟ Certificate - 03 (three) marks 
  2. NCC „B‟ Certificate - 02 (two) marks 
  3. NCC „A‟ Certificate - 01 (one) marks 

(c) HOME GUARDS - Max Marks – 03 (three)

  1. Home Guards who have completed advanced training and are deployed as armed Home Guard for a period of 4 (four) years or more. - 03 (three) marks 
  2. Home Guards who have completed the advanced training and are deployed as armed Home Guard for a period more than one year but less than 4 years. - 02 (two) marks
  3. Home Guards who have completed basic course with refresher training and on duty as Home Guard for a period of 4 (four) years or more. - 02 (two) marks 
  4. Home Guards who have completed the basic training and deployed as home guard continuously for a period of more than 1 (one) year but less than 4 (four) years. - 01 (one) marks 



(D) SPORTS - Max Marks – 03 (three)

  1. Represented India in International events recognized by the International Olympic Association in any discipline and received medals. - 03 (three) marks 
  2. Represented India in International events recognized by the International Olympic Association in any discipline. - 03 (three) marks 
  3. National level Sports person who represented the State in any discipline recognized by the Indian Olympic Association and received medals. - 02 (two) marks 
  4. National level Sports person who represented the State in any discipline recognized by the Indian Olympic Association. - 02 (two) marks 
  5. State level Sports person who represented District in State Level Competition and won medals. - 01 (one) marks 
  6. State level Sports person who represented District in State Level Competition. - 01 (one) marks 


(E) PROFICIENCY IN COMPUTERS -Max Marks – 05 (five)

  1. Master of Computer Application (MCA) - 05 (five) marks 
  2. Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) - 04 (four) marks 
  3. 2 (two) years Diploma from any Govt. / UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions. - 03 (three) marks Page 10 of 11 
  4. 1 (one) Year Diploma from any Govt. / UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions - 02 (two) marks 
  5. Minimum 6 (six) months course in Computers from any Govt. / UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions - 01 (one) mark 


NOTE: Maximum marks in Extra-curricular activities and special skills - 10 marks.




Preparation of Final Merit List:

District-wise select lists against the respective allocated vacancies will be prepared for each category (UR/SC/ST(P)/ST(H)/OBC/MOBC) for both men and Women, based on the total marks obtained by the candidates. The select lists will be published in the Assam Police website and through other available media. 

Final results would be based on the marks obtained as follows:
  1. Marks awarded in PET - Maximum marks 40. 
  2. Multiple choice objective type Written Test: Maximum marks 50. 
  3. Extra-curricular activities and special skills: Maximum marks 10. Total 100 marks. 


To know the recent notifications in Assam police for filling the vacancy positions,see the below link


So, get ready and cheer up. You will win the race. Get prepared before other candidates.

Oil India Limited Advertisement for 10th passed from the Employment Exchanges

 
Oil India Limited has invited applications from eligible candidates for recruitment in its production and exploration areas in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. Oil India Limited is a Navratna Public Sector Undertaking. Its headquarters are at Duliajan, Dist. – Dibrugarh, Assam. You have to apply on or before 30-12-2016.

Details of the various posts, eligibility criterias and process of application is described below.

Advertisement Details from the Employment Exchanges of Oil India Limited


1. Junior Engineer - I [ICE] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 2 for OBC:1, UR: 1

Educational Qualification: You should have passed 10th class and passed 3 years Diploma in Electronics Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.




2. Junior Engineer - I [Compressor/ Gas/ Project ] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 4 for OBC:2, UR: 2

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Mechanical/ Chemical Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.



3. Junior Engineer - I [Compressor Maintenance] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 6 for ST:1, OBC:2, UR: 3

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.




4. Junior Engineer - I [Mechanical ] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 1 for OBC:1, UR: 1

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.

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5. Junior Engineer - I [Survey] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 4 for OBC: 2, UR: 2

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Civil Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.




6. Junior Engineer - I [Civil] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 12 for SC:1, ST: 2, OBC: 3, UR: 6

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Civil Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.




7. Junior Engineer - I [Instrumentation] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 14 for SC:1, ST: 2, OBC: 3, UR: 8

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Instrumentation/ Electronics/ Electronics & Communication/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.

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8. Junior Engineer - I [Pump/ ICE] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 2 for OBC: 1, UR: 1

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.




9. Junior Engineer - I [Electrical] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 7 for SC:1, ST: 1, OBC: 1, UR: 4

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Civil Engineering and possess a valid electrical supervisory Certificate of Competency issued by Electrical Licensing Board, Govt of Assam.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.




10. Junior Engineer - I [Telecom] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 1 for UR: 1

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Electronics & Communication/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.




11. Junior Engineer - I [ICE Electric] Trainee, Grade- VIII

Pay and Allowances: Rs 17000 - Rs 38000 + other allowances.

No of posts: 1 for UR: 1

Educational Qualification: You should have passed  10th and passed 3 years Diploma in Civil Engineering and possess a valid electrical supervisory Certificate of Competency issued by Electrical Licensing Board, Govt of Assam.

Age: 18 to 30 years for UR category, 18 to 35 years for SC/ ST, 18 to 30 years for OBC, and as per GOI directives for PWD/ Ex-Servicemen.


You can collect the Advertisement Details from the Employment Exchanges of Oil India Limited's production and exploration areas in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.



How to apply for the posts of OIL: 

At first you have to collect the application form from the Employment Exchanges of Oil India Limited's production and exploration areas in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.

Then fill in the Application form with the detailed information as per the format given herewith the original advertisement. Affix two copies of recent 3cm by 3cm colored photographs and self attested copies of all relevant certificates/ mark sheets/ testimonials .

Then send the application to the following address by ordinary post/Speed Post only.


The Advertiser [Oil India Limited],
Employee Relations Department
PO-Duliajan
District-Dibrugarh,
Assam-786602.


Selection Procedure for JE in Oil India Limited:

 To select candidates for the above-mentioned posts, there will be a selection process. The selection process will be of two steps.

  1. Written Test and 
  2. Computer Operation Skill Test.

Candidates must get the qualified marks to reach the second stage of selection. Written test will be held on the syllabus prepared by the selection board. You can collect the syllabus from the office.

After qualifying in the first stage, you have to prove your excellence in computer operation skills. Learn the basic knowledge about computer operation.



Apply for the posts of  Oil India Limited Junior Engineer and start your preparation. Start today to get the job against vacancy positions.

Verification Schedule for the (TET) Candidates Applied for Asst. Teacher under SSA, Assam

 
We have collected Verification Schedule for the TET qualified Candidates Applied for the Post of Asst. Teacher under SSA, Assam.

This schedule is published by ssaassam.gov.in on their website.

You have to verify your documents in front of district level verification committee to get selected for the final selection list.

We have discussed before, about the important documents you have to bring on the time of verification.




Documents Verification Dates for District level:

Here is the list of  district wise document verification dates published by SSA for the TET passed candidates.

Check your district for which you have applied for the post of Assistant Teacher and click on the download link.

Documents Verification Dates for District level

  1. BARPETA - DOWNLOAD
  2. BONGAIGAON - DOWNLOAD
  3. CACHAR - DOWNLOAD
  4. DARRANG - DOWNLOAD
  5. DHEMAJI - DOWNLOAD
  6. DHUBRI - DOWNLOAD
  7. DIBRUGARH - DOWNLOAD
  8. GOALPARA - DOWNLOAD
  9. GOLAGHAT - DOWNLOAD
  10. HAILAKANDI - DOWNLOAD
  11. JORHAT - DOWNLOAD
  12. KAMRUP(RURAL) - DOWNLOAD
  13. KARIMGANJ - DOWNLOAD
  14. LAKHIMPUR - DOWNLOAD
  15. MORIGAON - DOWNLOAD
  16. NAGAON - DOWNLOAD
  17. NALBARI - DOWNLOAD
  18. SIVASAGAR - DOWNLOAD
  19. SONITPUR - DOWNLOAD
  20. TINSUKIA - DOWNLOAD

What Should Bring on the Date of Verification:

You should bring the following particulars to verify in front of the officers-

Only original certificates and documents have to be produced. Bring another attested copies of the same to be submitted before the District Level Screening & Verification Committee on the specified date.
  1. Pass certificate and Mark sheet of Higher Secondary and Graduation. 
  2. Pass Certificate, Admit Card and Marksheet of High School Leaving Examination.
  3. Certificate of NCC (B & C certificate only), Sports and Cultural ( Representing State or Nation). 
  4. Pass Certificate and Mark sheet of Professional Qualification like D. El Ed, B.Ed. etc. 
  5. Pass Certificate and Mark Sheet of TET/CTET
  6. Certificates in support of Schedule Caste/ Schedule Tribe (Plains or Hills)/ OBC/ MOBC
  7. Candidates with disabilities (Orthopedically Disabled) will have to enclose certificates of disabilities. 
I think this is what you looking for.

Download the schedule from the above list and get a teacher job in a school in Assam verifying your documents before the officers.


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