First Division Assistant and Second Division Assistant

Posted on 12-Dec-2016 by : Karnataka Public Service Commission -KPSC
Karnataka
2-3 Lakhs
Full-Time

Job Summary

823 Openings
Administration/ Facilities
Government/ PSU/NGO
Intermediate

Job Description

Government of Karnataka Public Service Commission has issued a notification for the recruitment of 823 First Division Assistant and Second Division Assistant vacancies.

Educational qualification for KPSC Recruitment 2017 must be a 12th/Bachelor degree in relevant stream of subject from recognized university and age limit should be in between 18 to 35 years. The Selection process consists of Karnataka Language test and Computer proficiency Test.

Pay Scale: Rs.11600-21000/-

Application Fee: Unreserved candidates Rs.300/- and for reserved candidates Rs.150/-

Imp Dates:

S.no Start Date End Date
1 06-12-2016 04-01-2017

How to Apply: Online


Roles & Responsibilities

    Case workers shall maintain the registers, files and other relevant orders pertaining to their compilation as per hand book of office procedure. Shall have the knowledge of relevant rules, procedures and service regulation as per K.C.S.R. and other manuals/circulars.
    Shall attend to the papers expeditiously and keep records up to date. Case workers are the custodian of the files.
    Shall submit tappals and files to the supervising authority and other competent authority as per hand book of office procedure and obtain appropriate order to dispose of the cases.
    Maintain statistics of WDD – Telephone Nos. and addresses of the important higher officers/state level officers.
     


Company Profile

Prior to 1921, there was no Central Authority constituted in the State to advise Government and other Appointing Authorities in the matters of recruitment to the state civil services. Government and Appointing Authorities were making appointments in accordance with the principles laid down by Government from time to time. Through order No. 1827:80 E.A.G.308, dated:16-05-1921, the Government constituted for the first time a central agency for recruitments, named “Central Recruitment Board”. This Board was attached to the office of the Government Secretariat till 1940. Government appointed a Public Service Commissioner for the State in its Order No. 3685-3735-C.B. 103-39-1, dated: 19-01-1940. The Public Service Commission was constituted under the provisions of the Constitution of India on 18-05-1951. In accordance with the provisions of clause 14 of the Public Service Commission Regulations 1950, the staff of the Public Service Commissioner as it stood on 18-05-1951, was continued as the nucleus of the staff of the Public Service Commission.  

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