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UPSC recruitment 2017: Apply for 56 posts in various departments at upsc.gov.in

UPSC recruitment 2017: Candidates will be required to pay an application fee of Rs 25 and should note that the application process will be closed by 11.59 pm on November 2, 2017.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
October 21, 2017 12:47:56 pm
upsc recruitment, upsc, upsc.gov.in, upsc jobs, upsc apply online, job alert, govt jobs, jobs, indian express UPSC recruitment 2017: There are 56 posts available.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has called for applications to 56 posts in various fields and departments. Candidates who are interested in these posts can apply for the same from the official website of the UPSC (upsc.gov.in).

Candidates will be required to pay an application fee of Rs 25 and should note that the application process will be closed by 11.59 pm on November 2, 2017. The eligibility for each post along with other information and instructions are available in a notice on the website.

Posts available:

Deputy controller of explosives- 17
Scientific officer (electrical)- 3
Junior technical officer- 3
Specialist grade III- 21
Deputy director (safety)- 3
Sub-regional employment officer- 8
Assistant controller of mines- 8
Assistant Director (physical education)- 1

Steps to apply for UPSC recruitment 2017:

Step 1: Go to the official website as mentioned above.

Step 2: Click on the tab to “apply online”.

Step 3: Click on “Online Recruitment Application (ORA) for various recruitment posts”.

Step 4: Register to the site and apply for the post you seek.

Step 5: Save a copy of the application for further reference.

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