UPSC Recruitment 2012 for Special Posts

A constitutional body of India which is authorized to conduct examinations for appointment to various posts and services in the department of Government of India is known as Union Public service Commission ( UPSC ). It was setup on 1st October 1926 by the Constitution of India. Its main office is located at New Delhi. It also gives advice to the government of India on all the matters relating to the promotion and appointment of officers of Group C and group B. All the members and chairman of UPSC are appointed by the President of India.

Union Public Service Commission declares vacancies for dedicated and work oriented professionals and for this, UPSC has released an advertisement no. 51/2012 in its official website. Interested candidates who are Indian citizens can apply online before  3rd May 2012. All the recruitment are through objective type written examination.

50 vacancies are for the post of Public Prosecutor in CBI, 130 posts are for Air Worthiness Officer in Ministry of Civil Aviation and 253 posts are for Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner in Employees Provident Fund Organisation, Ministry of Labour & Employment. All these vacancies are under the pay scale of Rs.15600-39100/- with Rs.5400/- as grade pay. Total emolument for each post will be Rs.34650/- per month.
Qualification: Degree in Law with minimum 7 years of of practice at the Bar in conducting criminal cases is required for the post of Public Prosecutor. For the post of Air Worthiness Officer, candidates should posses Bachelor’s degree with Physics/ Mathematics as one of the subject and also should have at least 2 years of experience in the field of Aircraft Maintenance. Graduation with degree/ diploma in company law/ labour laws is essential for the post of Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner.

Eligible candidates can get more details at:

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