Post Recruitment: – Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms (DPAR) under government of Puducherry has issued a notification for the recruitment of Upper Division Clerk (UDC) on permanent basis.
Post: – Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
Location: – Puducherry
Last date: – 11-September-2015
Age Limit: – Between 18-32 years
Advertisement Number: – A-34012/4 /2015/DP&AR (Exam)
Total Post: – 503 posts,
Name of the post: – Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
1- General – 253 posts,
2- MBC – 90 posts,
3- SC – 80 posts,
4- OBC – 55 posts,
5- EBC – 10 posts,
6- BCM – 10 posts,
7- BT – 05 posts,
Qualification: – Graduate Degree in any discipline from recognized university/ institute.
Pay Scale: – Rs. 5200-20200 + Grade pay 2400/- per month.
Age Limit: – Between 18-32 years as on 11st Septemebr-2015 (relaxable up to 03 years for MBC/ OBC/ EBC/ BCM/ BT, 05 years for SC & 10 years for PWD candidates).
Selection Process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of Competitive Written Examination & interview.
Written Examination: – The Question paper will be of Degree standard of objective type consisting of single part in forenoon session with a duration of 2 hours having 100 questions carrying one mark each question from General Mathematics, General Science, General English, Indian History and Geography, Indian Economics, Constitution of India, General Knowledge and Current affairs.
Venue of Examination:- The Competitive Examination will be held in Puducherry, Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam regions of Union Territory of Puducherry.
How to apply: – Candidates apply application only online mode.
After online submission, Print out of the Online Application along with attested true copies of the testimonials/ documents sent by Post, The Under Secretary to Govt.(DP&AR), Chief Secretariat, Puducherry -605 001, till date 11st September-2015.
Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms (DPAR) – The Secretariat system of administration in Puducherry is a post merger innovation. Under this system, the Secretariat Departments deal with all policy matters.
All dealings and correspondence with the Central Government and other State Governments are also attended to by the Secretariat Departments.