UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) is India’s central recruitment agency. It is authorized to conduct competitive examinations for various civil service vacancies in the Government of India. Every year the exam is conducted in three phases like UPSC prelims and UPSC mains, and Interview.It is considered to be one of the prestigious and toughest examinations with a 0.1% success rate. It is a national level competitive exam in India. It conducts the exam for all India services and Group A and B of the central services. UPSC is amongst the few institutions that function with both freedom and autonomy along with India’s higher judiciary.
Union Public Service Commission has issued notifications for recruiting eligible candidates to the posts of Director (Legal and Treaties) and Assistant Hydrogeologist.
Please find detailed information regarding the UPSC Recruitment below:
Last date for receipt of online application: 02.05.2019 till 23.59 hrs
Last date for printing completely submitted online application: 03.05.2019 till 23.59 hrs
|1||Director (Legal and Treaties), Legal & Treaties Division, Ministry of External Affairs||1 (UR-01)|
|2||Assistant Hydrogeologist, Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation||50 (SC-05, ST-03, OBC-12, EWS-05, UR-25)|
How to Apply for UPSC Recruitment 2019:
Eligible candidates must ensure that they possess the necessary qualifications and fulfil all the required criteria before applying for the posts.
Interested candidates need to apply online by visiting the Official Website. No other mode of application submission would be accepted.
Read the Advertisement carefully to be sure about your eligibility.
|1||Director (Legal and Treaties), Legal & Treaties Division, Ministry of External Affairs||Master’s degree in Law with specialization in the field of International Law and/or International Relations or International Organisations from a recognized University.
Candidates having specialization in International Law in M. Phil. or Ph. D. level but not at Master’s level will also be eligible.
Fifteen years experience, after obtaining minimum educational qualification in Legal Affairs, namely, Legal Practitioner; in Legal service of the Government; teaching or conducting or guiding research in Law of which at least eight years should be in the field of International Law or International Relations.
|2||Assistant Hydrogeologist, Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation||Master of Science Degree in Geology or Applied Geology or Geo-exploration or Earth Science and Resource Management or Hydrogeology or Master of Technology in Engineering Geology from a recognized University.|
|1||Director (Legal and Treaties), Legal & Treaties Division, Ministry of External Affairs||50 years|
|2||Assistant Hydrogeologist, Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation||30 yrs.|
Upper Age limit is relaxable by:
3 years for OBC (Non-Creamy Layer).
5 years for SC/ST candidates.
Unreserved/OBC candidates: Rs 25
SC/ST/PwD/ Women candidates: Nil
The fee has to be paid through remitting the money in any branch of the SBI by cash or by using net banking facility of the SBI or by using visa/master credit/debit card.
|1||Director (Legal and Treaties), Legal & Treaties Division, Ministry of External Affairs||Level-13 in the 7th CPC pay matrix.|
|2||Level-8 in the 7th CPC pay matrix.|
For Other UPSC Notification Please Check, below Link
- UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019 – /upsc-cse
- UPSC CDS Exam 2019 – /upsc-cds
- UPSC ESE (Engineering Services Exam ) 2019 – /upsc-ese
- UPSC CAPF 2019 – /upsc-capf
- UPSC CMSE Recruitment 2019 – /articles/upsc-cmse-recruitment-2019-apply-online-for-965-vacancies