Odisha Public Service commission requires 34 lecturers in various disciplines. Have a look at the selection procedure, salary offered, age limit and imp deadlines.
Organisation: ODISHA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Recruitment For: Lecturers in different disciplines, No of Posts- 34
Educational Qualification: A Graduate Degree in Ayurveda from a University established by law or a statutory Board/Faculty/Examining body of Indian Medicine or its equivalent as recognized made in Indian Medicine Central Council Act,1970, a Post-Graduate qualification in the subject/specialty concerned included in the schedule to Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970is also mandatory, adequate knowledge of Sanskrit
Age: A candidate must have attained the age of 21years and must not be above the age of 32 years on the January 01, 2014
Selection Procedure: The selection of candidates for recruitment to the posts of Lecturer will be made on the basis of written test and career marking. The career marking will be for 30% (10% each for class 10thclass, 12thand BAMS) and 70% for written Test.
How to Apply: Candidates must apply online through the website of OPSC –https://opsconline.gov.in. Applications received through any other mode would not be accepted and summarily rejected
Last date to apply: June 11, 2014
Job Description: To impart teaching to BAMS/P.G.students
Salary Package: Rs.9300-34800/-+ Grade Pay of Rs.4600/-
Website Link: www.opsc.gov.in/Admin/RecrAttachments/011415.pdf
About Organisation /Company: Recommendations of the Royal Commission on superior services in India, 1924, referred to in short, as the Lee Commission, and now they find place in the Constitution of India in Articles 315 to 323. The Odisha Public Service Commission was constituted on 1st April, 1949 after it’s bifurcation from the former Bihar and Odisha Joint Public Service Commission. At the time of creation of the Odisha Public Service Commission the strength of the Commission was three including Chairman . The strength increased to five in the year 1979 and further increased to six in the year 1996.