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SSC jobs for Research Assistant/Economic Investigator in Mumbai. Last Date to apply: 02 Oct 2016

Eligibility : BA, MSc, BSc, Diploma, BE/B.Tech

Location : Mumbai

Last Date : 02 Oct 2016

Hiring Process : Written-test

SSC - Job Details

File No. SEL 28/INT/SSC(WR)/2016/Advt No.WR/01/2016

Research Assistant/Economic Investigator Job vacancies in Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Western Region

Research Assistant (Civil Engineering)

Qualification : B.E./B.Tech in Civil Engineering from recognized University

No. of Vacancy : 10 (05-UR, 01-OBC, 02-SC & 02-ST)

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Research Assistant(Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)

Qualification : B.E./B.Tech in Electronics & Tele Communication Engineering or Electronics & Communication Engineering from recognized University

No. of Vacancy : 01-UR (OH)

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Research Assistant(Electrical Engineering)

Qualification : B.E./B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from recognized University

No. of Vacancy : 01-OBC

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Research Assistant(Mechanical Engineering)

Qualification : B.E./B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from recognized University

No. of Vacancy : 01-OBC & 01-SC

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Research Assistant(Scientific - Physics)

Qualification : Masters Degree in Physics from recognized University

No. of Vacancy : 01-UR

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Senior Technical Assistant (Chemical)

Qualification : (a) Master’s Degree in Chemistry or Agricultural Chemistry or Soil Science from a recognized university .  D.Q. : Two Years experience in Ground Water Analysis and Ground Water Chemistry

No. of Vacancy : 01-UR

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

 

Scientific Assistant (M&E)

Qualification : I)’’Bachelor’s Degree in Science with one of the subjects at Graduate Level in Chemistry from a recognized University or Diploma in Chemical Engineering from a recognized University or State Board of Technical Education. (II) Two years experience in Quality Assurance/Production/Development/Laboratory in the field of Chemical.

No. of Vacancy : 59 (31-UR, 14-OBC, 09-SC & 05-ST)

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Scientific Assistant (M&E) (Metallurgy)

Qualification : a)’Bachelor’s Degree in Science with one of the subjects at Graduate Level viz. Physics, Chemistry from a recognized University or Diploma in Metallurgical Engineering from a recognized University or State Board of Technical Education ( b) Two years experience in Quality Assurance/ Production/Laboratory in the field of Metallurgy.

No. of Vacancy : 15 (06-UR, 04-OBC, 02-SC & 01-ST)

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Draftsman Grade-I

Qualification : Diploma in Engineering or Technology (Civil Discipline) from a recognized Board or University

No. of Vacancy : 03-UR (OBC/SC/ST

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Economic Investigator

Qualification : (a) Degree with Economics or Statistics or Mathematics as a subject from a recognized University. (b) 3 years experience in dealing with Economic and financial problems or collecting Economic Intelligence and preparing reports.

No. of Vacancy : 01-OBC

Pay Scale :  Rs. 9300-34800

Age : 18-30 years

Fee : Rs. 100/- (Rupees Hundred only) through “SBI Net-Banking/Credit Cards/Debit Cards” or through SBI Challan.

Selection Procedure :

(a) The Government has dispensed with Interviews for Junior Level Posts. Accordingly, recruitment to Selection Posts will be through OMR/Computerised Based Objective Type Multiple Choice Examination.

 (b) Candidates will be shortlisted for OMR/Computer Based Examination based on the percentage of marks in Essential Qualifications as indicated by them in their application. Candidates will be shortlisted in the ratio of 1:25, 54 i.e. 25 candidates for every vacancy, subject to availability of sufficient number of eligible candidates. Candidates will be shortlisted by applying suitable cut off in the percentage of marks, in multiples of five. The number of candidates shortlisted may be slightly more or less due to the criteria of applying cut off in multiples of five.

(c) For the purpose of shortlisting of candidates for OMR/Computer Based Examination, the Commission will follow the yardstick adopted by the University/Institution and take into account the percentage of marks as indicated in the Final Year Marks Statement. The Commission will not take the responsibility of working out the percentage of marks by adding up the marks secured by the candidates in different subjects/each year of Graduation and instead take into account the percentage of marks / CGPA as indicated in the Final year mark statement.

(d) Where the Merit of the candidate is indicated in the Final Year Mark Statement in CGPA without indicating the corresponding percentage of marks, the Commission will follow the criteria indicated by the University/Institution in the Certificate, if any for arriving at the corresponding percentage. In all other cases, the Commission will apply the conversion formula of CGPA (as indicated in the Final Year Mark Statement) multiplied by (x) 9.5.

(e) The criteria followed by the Commission in shortlisting candidates will be final. No appeal or representation will be entertained against such Shortlisting criteria.

 f) The information furnished by the candidates in their applications will be verified by the Commission with reference to the original documents after the OMR/Computer Based Examination. During verification of documents, if it is found that any information furnished by the candidate in the application is wrong, his/her candidature will be rejected forthwith. No appeal or representation against such rejection of candidature will be entertained. The candidates should ensure that they have furnished correct information in the application form.

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