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WBPSC Recruitment 2017 Apply Online for Engineer | Ship Surveyor Posts

West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) has announced a notification for 07 Engineer And Ship Surveyor, Principal, Senior Scientific Officer Posts. Interested applicants who can apply on or before 17-10-2017.

No.Of Vacancies : 07
Name Of The Post :
1. Engineer And Ship Surveyor - 02
2. Principal - 04
3. Senior Scientific Officer - 01
Applicants age limit should not exceed not exceed 45 Years (For Post 1,2), 36 Years (For Post 3) As On 01-01-2017. Age relaxations as per the govt rules.
Candidates should have Posses Degree in Mechanical/ Marine/ Naval Architecture Engineering, Master Degree or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.
Based on Screening Test/Written Test/Interview
Application Fee Rs.210/- for General/OBC Candidates (For Post 1,2). & For All Other Candidates (ST/SC/PWD) Application Fee Nil.
Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online through official website .before or on 17-10-2017.

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About WBPSC :
In the relationship of such requests the Lee Commission in 1924 likewise proposed its formation.Then the Government set up the Central Public Service Commission in October,1926.The Simon Commission in 1935 surrendered to setting of a picked Public Service Commission for the class and a Public Service Commission for each province.In explanations of the acquisitions of the Govt. of India Act and with its getting the opportunity to be fruitful on first April, 1937 the Central Public Service Commission changed into the Federal Public Service Commission, and a Public Service Commission was set up in every area, alongside in events of specific zones which shaped Joint Public Service Commissions.The acquirement of the Government of India Act,1935 concerning Public Service Commission were gotten a handle on just about in all in the Constitution of India.

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