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UPSC Recruitment 2018 – 16 Translator, Public Prosecutor Posts Notification

UPSC Recruitment :

UPSC Recruitment 2018 2019 Apply Online Application Form for 16 Translator (Burmese), Translator (Dari/Persian), Legal Officer (Grade-II), Stores Officer Posts Apply Online through Official website www.upsconline.nic.in. UPSC Legal Officer, Public Prosecutor Jobs Notification 2018 Released. UPSC invites on-line applications for appointment in following Legal Officer, Public Prosecutor post in Union Public Service Commission. Candidates are requested to apply on-line through Official website www.upsconline.nic.in. The last date for submission of Online applications is 29.03.2018. Prospective candidates will have to apply before carefully reading the advertisement regarding the process of examinations and interview, eligibility criteria, Offline registration processes, payment of prescribed application fee/intimation charges, UPSC pattern of examination, UPSC Syllabus, UPSC Question Paper, UPSC Admit Date Release Date, UPSC Exam Date, UPSC Result Date etc. and ensure that they fulfil the stipulated criteria before Applying.

Name of The Organization Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
No. of Posts 16
Name of the Posts Public Prosecutor, Translator
Job Category Central Govt Jobs
Educational Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree
Job Location All India
Application Mode Online Process
Starting Date 07.03.2018
Last Date 29-03-2018
Official Website www.upsconline.nic.in
Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
UPSC Invites Applications for the Following Posts
1. Translator (Burmese) – 01
2. Translator (Dari/Persian) – 01
3. Legal Officer (Grade-II) – 05
4. Public Prosecutor – 04
5. Stores Officer – 04
6. Senior Lecturer (Textile Processing) – 01

Eligibility Criteria
Educational Qualification:
1. Translator (Burmese) – a) Bachelor’s degree in the Foreign Language concerned (BURMESE) with English as a compulsory or elective subject at degree level from a recognized University. OR Bachelor’s degree with English as a compulsory or elective subject from a recognized University; and (b) Diploma in foreign language concerned (BURMESE) with interpretership or translation standard from a University or Institute recognized by Government of India.
2. Translator (Dari/Persian) – Bachelor’s degree in the Foreign Language concerned (Dari/Persian) with English as a compulsory or elective subject at degree level from a recognized University. OR Bachelor’s degree with English as a compulsory or elective subject from a recognized University and b) Diploma in foreign language concerned (Dari/Persian) with interpretership or translation standard from a University or Institute recognized by Government of India.
3. Legal Officer (Grade-II) – i) Masters degree in Law with specialization in the field of International Law and/or International Relations or International Organizations from a recognized University. + 5 years experience, after obtaining minimum educational qualification in Legal Affairs, namely Legal Practitioner, in Legal service of the Government, teaching or conducting or guiding research in International Law or in the Law of International Organizations.
4. Public Prosecutor – (i) Degree in Law of a recognized University. (ii) Basic knowledge of word processing on computer and internet. + 7 years practice as an Advocate in conducting criminal cases or 7 years’ experience of State Judicial Service or Legal Department of State or Central Government.
5. Stores Officer – Degree in Engineering from a recognised University or Institute. OR Degree in Science with two years experience in Materials Management(procurement, maintenance of scientific and technical stores and equipments and inventory control).
6. Senior Lecturer (Textile Processing) – Degree in Textile Processing or Textile Chemistry or Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology in Textile Processing or Textile Chemistry from a recognised University or Institute or Post Diploma in Textile Chemistry or Textile Processing from a recognised University or Institute. + Three years experience as a Lecturer in Textile Chemistry/Bleaching/Dyeing/Printing/Finishing in a recognised Institute or as a shift-in-charge in a dye house /Textile mill in wet processing/finishing/bleaching of textiles.

Age Limit:

Minimum Age: 18 years

Maximum Age: 40 years


Pay Scale:

1. Translator (Burmese) – Rs. 56100/-
2. Translator (Dari/Persian) – Rs. 56100/-
3. Legal Officer (Grade-II) – Rs.15600-39100/- plus Grade Pay Rs. 6600/-
4. Public Prosecutor – Rs. 56100-177500
5. Stores Officer – Rs 44,900-1, 42,400/-
6. Senior Lecturer (Textile Processing) – Rs. 15,600-39,100 (PB-3) plus Rs. 5,400

Selection Process:

Interview


Application Fee:

For General/OBC Candidates Application Fee is – Rs.25/-
For All Other Candidates (ST/SC/Ex-s/PWD) Application Fee is – Nil

How to Apply :

  • First of all visit official website
  • Click on career section.
  • Look around for UPSC Translator Recruitment 2018 for 16 Posts
  • Fill application form.
  • Pay the application fee.
  • Click on submit button for final submission.
  • Save and take print out for future use.

 Important Dates: 
1. Starting Date for Submission of Application: 07.03.2018
2. Last date for Submission of Application: 29.03.2018
3. Last Date for Payment of Application Fees: 29.03.2018

(UPSC) Exam Pattern And Syllabus

 

  • UPSC Public Prosecutor Exam consists of two Papers, Paper I & Paper II.
  • Each Paper Carries 100 marks.
  • The time duration for each paper is for 3 Hours.
  • The Subjects and Syllabus topics for each paper are given below.
Paper Subject Duration Marks Medium Nature of paper
Paper I Criminal Procedure Code,1973Indian Evidence Act, 1872

To Prepare Appeal /Revision Proposal on given facts.

3 Hours 100 English Conventional
Paper II Indian Penal Code.Bombay Prohibition Act.

Indian Forest Act 1927.

Protection of Civil Right 1955.

Public Gambling Act 1867 (Bom. Prevention of Gambling Act).

Prevention of Atrocities (SC & ST) Atc 1989.

Maharashtra (Urban Areas ) Protection & Preservation of Trees Act 1975.

Prevention of Immoral Traffic Act.

Explosive Substances Act 1908 & Explosive Act

Prevention of Adulteration (Food & Drugs) Act.

Bombay Police Act.

Prevention of Cruelty to Animal Act 1960.

Indian Arms Act 1959.

Juvenile Justice Act.

Child Marriage Restraint Act.

Mental Health Act.

Motor Vehicle Act & Rules.

Essential Commodities Act 1955.

Wild Life Protection Act.

Essay on Recent Development in Criminal Law.

Pre-Natal Diagnostic Act.

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