Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) has announced recruitment of 183 Class-1 and Class-2 posts. This GPSC recruitment includes 73 posts of Class-1 Officer and 110 posts of Class-2 Officer. The application process will start from September 28, while the last date to apply online is October 13. The preliminary examination will be held on December 19 and the result may be announced around January 2022. Read the following article to get all the information related to GPSC Class-1,2 recruitment.
Please Read below for all the information related to recruitment such as Post name, Total posts, Educational qualification, Age limit, Application fee, last date to apply, website to apply, job location, how to apply, selection process etc.
GPSC Classe-1,2 Recruitment Details
Name of organisation: Gujarat Public Service Comission
Job location: Gujarat
Application Mode: Online
Last Date: 13 October
- GPSC Class-1 Vacancy: 73 Posts
- GPSC Class-2 Vacancy: 110 Posts
- GPSC Class-1,2 Total Vacancy: 183 Posts
Name of Posts
- Junior Town Planner (GMC) - 01 Posts
- Planing Assistant (GMC) - 02 Posts
- Assistant Manager/Assistant Director - 06 Posts
- Dy. Director - 13 Posts
- Principal, Adarsh Nivashi Shala - 01 Posts
- Senior Herbal Inspector - 03 Posts
The minimum age of the candidate who wants to apply in GPSC Class-1,2 Recruitment 2021 should be 20 years and the maximum age should be 35 years. At the same time OBC, SC, ST, PWD candidate will get relaxation in the age limit as per the rule of government.
Candidates selected in GPSC Class-1 will get salary and other allowances of Rs. 56,100/- to Rs. 1,77,500/- as per pay matrix level-10.
Candidates selected in GPSC Class-2 will get salary and other allowances of Rs. 44,900/- to Rs. 1,42,400/- as per pay matrix level-8.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should be apply online through official website www.gpsc-ojas.gujarat.gov.in on or before 13 October, 2021.
Note: Before all the candidates who want to apply in this recruitment process, first read the official notification of this recruitment in full and check the complete details given in it.
Starting Date of of Online Application: 28 Saptember, 2021
Last Date of Online Application: 13 October, 2021
For the selection of 183 posts out of millions of candidates, a three-stage recruitment test is conducted through a filter system. The first phase of the preliminary test will be held on December 12, 2021, which will be a one-day test.
Candidates who pass the preliminary examination will be able to appear for the Mains examination. The main exam clearer will be called for interview, after which the final list will be announced.
GPSC Recruitment Exam Pattern
GPSC Class-1,2 Recruitment Preliminary Exam Pattern
Subject- General Studies - 1, 2
Question Paper Type - MCQ
Total Questions - 200
Total marks - 200
Time - 3 hours
Thus GPSC Class-1,2 Preliminary Examination of total 400 marks is held. The result will be given around January 2022. Out of which 15 candidates (approximately 3000) of the total seats will be selected for the main examination. Which will be a total test of 900 marks.
GPSC Class-1,2 Recruitment Main Exam Pattern
Subject Gujarati - 150 marks
English - 150 marks
Essay - 150 marks
General Study 1 - 150 marks
General Study 2 - 150 marks
General Studies 3 - 150 mmark
GPSC Exam Preparation Guide
Seeing this advertisement, millions of candidates will participate in this selection process. Many of them will take the exam for the first time. Who will get a short time of about 80 days. Thus, by selecting three thousand candidates out of millions, one has to work day and night to do justice to the syllabus of the Priliminary Test.
The GPSC exam syllabus is 6 pages in length, covering history, arts and culture, state system, mental capacity, economy, geography, science and technology and current affairs.
However, the cut-off mark for passing the exam was 118.47 out of 400 marks last year. The cut-off mark in various categories of reservations also went down to 80.54 marks.
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Total seats may vary according to paper level etc. But if you work hard for two marks a day with the aim of getting 150 marks in these 80 days, you will get success in the exam.
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