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Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) has invited eligible candidates to apply for 117 posts in various categories. According to the official notification, interested candidates can apply on its official website at psc.kerala.gov.in by June 14, 2017.
PSC is looking at recruiting for various posts including police constable, lower division clerk (LDC), forest driver, higher secondary school teacher, math lecturer, medical officer, pharmacist assistant, professor in infectious disease, assistant professor, village field assistant and laboratory technical assistant. PSC will shortlist the candidates based on their performance in the department test and interviews. The tests are tentatively scheduled for July. The date for the same is yet to be announced.
In order to be eligible to apply for the recruitment process, candidates need to be at least 20 years of age and not older than 31 years. The candidates should also have a graduate degree from any recognised university or institute.
Candidates can apply for the posts at the official website. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to:
1. Visit the official website for the commission, keralapsc.gov.in
2. Click on the One Time Registration tab on the homepage
3. Register to the site by following the given steps and entering the requisite information
4. Login to the site again after registration
5. Use the instructions provided on the site to apply
6. Download and save the application form
7. Take a print out the form for further reference.
Candidates will need to appear for a written test to be held in July 2017. Those who clear will then be called for interview rounds. The syllabus for the examination is available on the website under the examination tab.
The candidates keen on drivers’ posts will need to appear for a driving test.
About Kerala PSC
A body created by the Constitution of India, the Kerala Public Service Commission advises the Government on all matters relating to civil services referred to it under Article 320 (3) of the Constitution. The head office of the commission is situated at Pattom in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.
The commission publishes notifications inviting applications for selection to various posts as per the requisitions of the appointing authorities, conducts written test and/or practical tests, physical efficiency test and interview, prepares ranked list based on the performance of the candidates and advises candidates for appointment strictly based on their merit and observing the rules of reservation as and when vacancies are reported.