Gujarat Public Service Commission Schedule of Advertisements to be published in the year 2018 Check below for more details
The Gujarat public service commission was constituted under article 315(1) of the constitution of India has defined the function of the public service commission in which one of the most significant powers listed is the power as an advisory. It can give advice to the president and the governors of any state in.
As per the provision of the Constitution of India formation of the Gujarat Public Service Commission has been made on 01-05-1960.
The Gujarat Public Service Commission is a body created by the Constitution of India to select applicants for civil service jobs in the Indian state of Gujarat according to the merits of the applicants and the rules of reservation.
GPSC Updated Calendar for the Examinations conducted/to be conducted during the year 2018
The tentative programme of advertisement to be published by the Gujarat Public Service Commission for the year 2018 for recruitment to various posts through the direct selection/ competitive examination is given below.
Instructions for Candidates:
- 1. The commission may alter the proposed date of advertisement/examination or number of posts if it is so required.
- 2. The Preliminary Test will be based on “OMR” method or Computer Based Recruitment Test (CBRT) considering the
- number of enrolled candidates.
- 3. The OMR Sheet will be uploaded on Commission’s website on the day of examination or the next day in case the number of
- candidates is very large.
- 4. For recruitment through direct selection, the commission shall conduct a Preliminary Test. The candidates who obtain the
- minimum marks in the Preliminary Test as decided by the commission and who fulfill the conditions of recruitment rules
- shall be called for interview. The final selection of the candidates shall be based on marks obtained out of 300 marks in the
- preliminary test and marks obtained out of 100 in the personal interview subject to the minimum qualifying marks as
- determined by the commission. 50:50 Percent weight will be given to the marks obtained in preliminary test and marks
- obtained in the interview to prepare the final merit list. The Preliminary Test shall consist of 100 questions (100 marks) of
- General Study and 200 questions (200 marks) of the respective subject
- 5. The final result shall be published within approximately 10 working days after the interview is over.