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Website Addresses of Public Service Commissions in India

* Union Public Service Commission : www.upsc.gov.in
* Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission : www.apspsc.gov.in
* Arunachal Pradesh

Public Service Commission : www.apspsc.gov.in
* Assam

Public Service Commission : www.apsc.nic.in
* Bihar Public Service Commission: www.bpsc.bih.nic.in
* Chhattisgarh public service commission : www.psc.cg.gov.in
* Goa Public Service Commission : www.goapsc.gov.in
* Gujarat public service commission : www.gpsc.gujarat.gov.in
* Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission : www.hp.gov.in
* Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission :www.jkpsc.org
* Jharkhand Public Service Commission : www.jharkhandjpsc.org
* Karnataka public service commission : www.kpsc.kar.nic.in
* Kerala Public Service Commission : www.keralapsc.org
* Madhya Public Service Commission : www.mppsc.nic.in
* Maharashtra Public Service Commission : www.mpsc.maharashtra.gov.in
* Manipur Public Service Commission : www.mpscmanipur.gov.in
* Nagaland Public Service Commission : www.nagaland.nic.in
* Orissa Public Service Commission : www.opsc.nic.in
* Punjab public service commission : www.ppsc.gop.pk
* Rajasthan Public Service Commission : www.rpsc.gov.in
* Sikkim Public Service Commission : www.rpsc.gov.in
* Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission : www.tnpsc.gov.in
* Tripura public service commission : www.tripura.nic.in
* Uttarakhand Public Service Commission : www.gov.ua.nic.in/ukpsc
* U.P. Public Service Commission : www.uppsc.org.in
* West Bengal public service commission : www.pscwb.org.in

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UPSC announces written result of NDA, Naval Academy exam

New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the result of the written part of the National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (II), held in August 2009.

According to a UPSC official, the selected candidates will be interviewed by the Services Selection Board of the Ministry of Defence for admission to Army, Navy and Air Force Wings of the National Defence Academy for the 124th Course and Naval Academy 10+2 (Executive Branch) for 44th Course commencing from June 30, 2010.

“In accordance with the conditions of their admission to the examination, the candidates are required to submit original certificates of age and educational qualification to the Additional Director General of Recruiting, Adjutant General’s Branch, Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Army), West Block No.III, Wing -1, R.K. Puram, New Delhi 110066,” the official added.

The candidature of all the candidates stands provisional and they must not send their original certificates to the Commission.

For any further information, the candidates can contact the Facilitation Counter of the Commission, either in person or on Telephone Nos. 011-23385271 / 011-23381125/ 011-23098543 during office hours.

The mark-sheets of the candidates, who have not qualified, shall be available on the Commission’s website after thirty days from the date of publication of the result.

The candidates desirous of obtaining the printed/hard copy of the mark-sheet should make request within thirty days of the display of the marks on the Commission’s website, beyond which no such request would be entertained.

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UPSC announces CDS Exam I 2009 results

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New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the results of the Combined Defence Services Examination (I) 2009 held by the Services Selection Board of the Ministry of Defence.

The CDS (I) Examination was conducted for admission to the 128th Course of Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala and Air Force Academy, Hyderabad (Pre-Flying) Training Course i.e. 187th F(P) Course.

The number of vacancies, as intimated by the Government is 250 for Indian Military Academy (including 32 vacancies reserved for NCC ‘C’ Certificate (Army Wing) holders), 40 for Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala [(2 for Hydra/38 for General Service) (including 6 vacancies reserved for NCC ‘C’ Certificate (Naval Wing) holders] and 32 for Air Force Academy, Hyderabad.

There are some common candidates in the lists for various courses/wings.

The candidature of all the candidates is provisional.

Candidates are required to submit the original certificates in support of age, educational qualification, alongwith Photostat attested copies thereof of Army/Naval/Air Headquarters, as per their first choice.

“UPSC has a “Facilitation Counter” in its campus where Candidates can obtain any information / clarification regarding their examinations / recruitments during working hours in person or over telephone Nos. 23385271 / 23381125 / 23098543″, the UPSC said in a press release.

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UPSC to conduct Geologists Exam 2009 on December 5

New Delhi: Commencing on December 5, 2009, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will conduct the Geologists’ Examination, 2009 at 29 centres throughout the country.

Admission Certificates to the candidates have already been dispatched while the letters of rejection citing reason(s) for rejection have also been issued.

“If any applicant has not received any of the above communications, he/she may contact UPSC Facilitation Counter on Telephone number 011-23381125, 011-23385271 and 011-23098543 during working hours. TheCandidates may also send fax messages on fax number 011-23387310. Detailed venue information, in respect of all admitted candidates is available at the UPSC’s website,” said a UPSC official.

The candidates who have not received the Admission Certificates may download the venue information from the UPSC’s website and use it for appearing in the examination.

Such candidates should carry two photographs and proof of identity such as Identity Card, Election Identity Card, Driving License etc. otherwise they may not be allowed to take the examination.

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Forthcomming Examination

§ IIT – JEE – 2010 (Indian Institute of Technology)

§ UGC – NET – 2010 (University Grants Commission )

§ NMAT- 2010

§ AIPMT- 2010 (CBSE)

§ UPSC – National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (I) – 2010

§ AIMA – MAT – 2009

§ SNAP – 2009

§ Combined Defence Services Examination (I), 2010 – (UPSC)

§ GATE – 2010 – IIT GUWAHATI

§ AIPGMEE-2010 – All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)

§ JMET – 2010 (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)

§ Combined Medical Services Examination – 2010 – UPSC

§ INAT – 2009 (IUCAA – NCRA Admission Test )

§ XAT – 2010 – XLRI Jamshedpur

§ IBSAT – 2009 (IBS Hyderabad)

§ CAT – 2009 (Common Admission Test )

§ National Eligibility Test (NET) – 2009

§ Common Entrance Test – 2009 (MBA / MCA) – Tamilnadu

§ AIMA-MAT – 2009 (September)

§ KARNATAKA PGCET – 2009


CDS exam on Feb. 14

The last date for submission of forms for taking the Combined Defence Services (CDS) Examination is October 26 and the examination would be conducted on February 14, 2010 at different centres across the country including Hyderabad.The CDS …

Applications invited for CPMT

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has invited applications for the all India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination 2010 for admission to MBBS/BDS courses under the 15 per cent merit seat quota in medical and dental colleges …

Applications invited for IIT-JEE 2010

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) have invited applications for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-2010) to be held on April 11, 2010 for admission to their various undergraduate courses including four-year B.Tech., B.Pharm., B.Des., …

Applications invited for NDA entrance exam

The National Defence Academy (NDA) entrance examination for Class – I Commissioned Officers in the Air Force, Army and Navy will be held on April 18, 2010. The last date for submitting the application forms is November 16, a press …

Combined Defence Services Examination 2010 (I) – CDS Exam Details 2010

(Including SSC Women (Non-Technical) Courses)

A combined defence services examination will be conducted by the union public service commission on 14th February, 2010 for admission to the under mentioned courses.

S.No Name of the Courses Approximate No of Vacancies
1.
Indian Military Academy dehradun 130th course commencing in January, 2011 [includes 32 vacancies reserved for certificate (army wing) holders]
250
2.
Naval academy ezhimala, kerala course commencing in January, 2011 executive (hydro/general service) [including 06 vacancies reserved for certificate holders (naval wing)]
40
S.No Name of the Courses Approximate No of Vacancies
3.
Air force academy, hyderabad (pre-flying) training course commencing in January, 2011 i.e. No.189th f(p) course
32
4.
Officers’ training academy, chennai 93rd ssc course (for men) commencing in April 2011
175
5
Officers’ training academy, chennai (madras) 7th ssc women non-technical course commencing in April 2011
18

Note: The number of vacancies given above is tentative and may be changed at any stage by service H.Q.

N.B (I) (a): A candidate is required to specify clearly in column 22 of the application form the services for which he wishes to be considered in the order of his/her preference.

He/she is also advised to indicate as many preferences as he/she wishes to, subject to the condition given at paras (b) and (c) below, so that having regard to his/her rank in the order of merit due consideration can be given to his/her preferences when making appointment.

Since women candidates are eligible for ota only, they should give ota as their first and only preference.

(b) (i): If a male candidate is competing for short service commission (army) only, he should indicate ota as the one and only choice.

However, a male candidate competing for short service commission course at ota as well as permanent commission course at ima, naval academy and air force academy should indicate ota as his last preference, otherwise ota will be deemed to be the last choice even if it is given a higher preference by the candidate”.

(b) (ii): Women candidates are being considered only for short service commission at ota. They should indicate ota as the only choice.

(c): Candidates who desire to join air force academy must indicate afa as first choice, as they have to be administered pilot aptitude battery test at one of the afsb and af Defence at central Defence establishment/institute of aviation medicines. Choice exercised for afa as second or third will be treated as invalid.

(d): Candidates should note that, except as provided in n.b. (ii) below, they will be considered for appointment to those courses only for which they exercise their preference and for no other course(s).

(e): No request for addition/alteration in the preferences already indicated by a candidate in his/her application will be entertained by the commission. No change of choice once exercised will be allowed. Second choice will come for consideration only when the first choice is not offered to the candidate by services HQ.

When first choice is offered and a candidate declines the same, his/her candidature will be cancelled for all other choices for regular commission.

N.B. (II) The left-over candidates of ima/naval academy/air force academy courses viz, those who have been recommended by the union public service commission for grant of permanent commission on the basis of the final results of this examination, but who could not be inducted on these courses for any reason whatsoever may be considered for grant of ssc even if they have not indicated their choice for this course in their applications, if they are subsequently willing to be considered for this course subject to the following conditions :

  1. There is a shortfall after detailing all the candidates who competed for the ssc course; and
  2. The candidates who are detailed for training even though they have not expressed their preference for ssc will be placed in the order of merit list after the last candidate who had opted for this course, as these candidates will be getting admission to the course to which they are not entitled according to the preference expressed by them.
  3. Candidates with air force as first and only choice cannot be considered as left over for grant of ssc (ota) if they fail in the pilot aptitude battery test. Such candidates, if they desire to be considered for ssc (ota) should exercise their option for ota also.

Note 1: NCC ‘C’ Certificate (army wing/senior division air wing/naval wing) holders may also compete for the vacancies in the short service commission course but since there is no reservation of vacancies for them in this course, they will be treated as general candidates for the purpose of filling up vacancies in this course.

Candidates who have yet to pass NCC ‘C’ certificate (army wing/senior division air wing/naval wing) examination, but are otherwise eligible to compete for the reserved vacancies, may also apply but they will be required to submit the proof of passing the ’ certificate (army wing/senior division air wing/naval wing) examination to reach the army hq/rtg.

CDSE entry for ssc male candidates and ssc women entry for female candidates, west block-iii, RK puram, New Delhi-110066 in case of ima/ssc first choice candidates and naval hq (r&r section), room no. 204 ‘c’ wing, sena bhawan, new delhi-110011 in case of navy first choice candidates and po 3 (a)/air headquarters, j, block, rno. 17, opp. Vayu bhawan, motilal nehru marg, New Delhi-110011 in case of air force first choice candidates by 13th November, 2010.

To be eligible to compete for reserved vacancies the candidates should have served for not less than 2 academic years in the senior division army wing and 3 academic years in the senior division air wing/naval wing of national cadet corps and should not have been discharged from the ncc for more than 24 months for ima/naval academy/air force academy courses on the last date of receipt of application in the commission’s office.

Note 2: In the event of sufficient number of qualified Ncc’ certificate (army wing/senior division air wing/naval wing) holders not becoming available on the results of the examination to fill all the vacancies reserved for them in the indian military academy course/air force academy course/naval academy course, the unfilled reserved vacancies shall be treated as unreserved and filled by general candidates.

Admission to the above courses will be made on the results of the written examination to be conducted by the commission followed by intelligence and personality test by the services selection board of candidates who qualify in the written examination. The details regarding the

  1. scheme, standard, syllabus of the examination,
  2. instructions to candidates for filling up the application form,
  3. list of head post offices/post offices where upsc application forms are available,
  4. special instructions to candidates for objective type tests,
  5. guidelines with regard to physical standards for admission to the academy and
  6. brief particulars of services etc. for candidates joining the indian military academy, naval academy, air force academy and officers’ training academy are given in appendices i, ii, iii, iv, v and vi respectively.
§ <!––> RMAT – 2009 – Board Of Technical Education, Rajasthan
§ <!––> HP- CMAT – 2009 – Himachal Pradesh University
§ <!––> All India Management Association
§ <!––> NIPER-JEE 2009 – National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER)
§ <!––> Orissa JEE Exam 2009
§ <!––> UKSEE: 2009 – Uttarakhand Technical University
§ <!––> MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2009 – Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State
§ <!––> KIITEE – 2009 – KIIT University
§ <!––> SEE -UPTU – 2009 – Uttar Pradesh Technical University
§ <!––> GAT – 2009 – GITAM University

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