APPSC Invites Applications For Fishery Officer Post

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Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) is inviting application from the eligible candidates for 03 posts of Fishery Officer/Extension Officer (Fishery). Interested and eligible candidates may apply on prescribed application format along with testimonials.

Vacancy Details:

FISHERY OFFICER/EXTENSION OFFICER (FISHERY)

No. of Vacancies: 03 Nos. (UR-01, ST-02)

Educational Qualification: Bachelor of Fisheries Sciences (B.F.Sc.) from a GOI recognized Institute.
Note: Final year student who are to appear/appeared for such final examination may also apply.

Age Limit: Minimum-18 years and maximum-30 years as on 24/03/2017.

Pay Scale: Rs.9,300 – Rs.34,800 and Grade Pay Rs.4200/-

Candidates’ Selection: Selection of the candidates will be through Written Examination and Viva-voce Test.

Application Fee: Candidates must pay Rs.160/- (Rs.100/- for APST) as Application Fee. Fee can be paid through Demand Draft/IPO drawn in favour of Secretary Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, Itanagar.

How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates may apply on prescribed application format along with attested copies of testimonials in support of Educational Qualification, Caste, Age, Experience certificate (if applicable) and any other relevant documents
Candidates may obtained the application form form the commission’s office, Itanagar on all working days from 10 am to 4pm on payment of Application fee Rs.160/- (Rs.100/- for APST candidates) or can be downloaded from the official website of Arunachal Pradesh PSC – www.apspsc.gov.in

The envelope containing the print-out/enclosures should be superscribed on top with — ‘APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF ____’

Last Date and Address: The duly filled Application form along with enclosures should reach at the following address — Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, Itanagar, on or before 24/03/2017 (4pm)

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