STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION Jobs For Delhi Police

STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION Jobs For Delhi Police

STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION Jobs For Delhi Police 2021, Recruitment of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police, CAPFs and Assistant Sub
Inspector in CISF Examination, 2018: Declaration of Final Result,

The Staff Selection Commission vide result dated 08.02.2021 had shortlisted
2557 candidates (258 Female and 2299 Male) for appearing in the Document
Verification.
2. After completion of all stages of recruitment as per Notice and based on the
merit-cum-preference of posts/force, candidates have been finally selected and
allocated to the following posts:
A – Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police
B – Sub-Inspector in Border Security Force (BSF)
D – Sub-Inspector in Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
E – Sub-Inspector in Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBPF)
F – Sub-Inspector in Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB)
3 Category-wise details of 161 female candidates provisionally qualified for
appointment are as given below:

JOB Id8/1/2018 C-1/2
SalaryCheck Website
Number of Vacancy2557
Posted on Date20/04/2021
Last date to apply15.05.2021
Official Websitehttps://ssc.nic.in/
Contact DetailsBlock No-12, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
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SCSTOBCURTotal
Vacancies24154977165
Candidates
Recommended
20154977*161

*01 SC and 19 OBC candidates have qualified at UR standard.
3.1 Category wise break-up of the female candidates selected for the posts of SubInspector along with the cut-off details i.e. marks obtained and Date of Birth of the last
selected candidates are as given below:

Post
Code
Category
Code
VacancyFilledTotalDetails of last selected candidate
Paper-I
Paper-IIDate of Birth
(DD-MM-YYYY)
A11818246.03124.03122.0026-05-1994
A299277.45119.70157.7511-04-1996
A63434309.50132.00177.5012-01-1996
A96262320.66150.66170.0015-12-1996
B141223.26111.51111.7509-12-1995
B222261.63107.88153.7513-09-1992
B677303.23157.73145.5024-12-1990
B91212310.61140.61170.0007-05-1995
E121243.15110.90132.2508-07-1995
E244258.83103.83155.0002-10-1993
E688305.78141.03164.7504-07-1991
E933318.18138.18180.0006-11-1994

^ includes category codes 4 (OBC for Delhi only) and 6 (OBC)
Category codes: 1-SC, 2-ST, 6-OBC and 9-UR.
Note-1: Candidates who had filled Category Code-4 were considered as OBC
for Delhi Police and UR for CAPFs.
Note-2: Rows corresponding to Posts and Categories with ‘Nil’ reported
vacancies have not been included in these tables.
4. Category-wise details of 1272 male candidates qualified for appointment are as
given below:
4.1 Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police:

Vacancies

SCSTOBCURTotal
Open211266100199
Ex-Servicemen213612
Special categories
of Ex-Servicemen
214613
Total251473112224

Candidates Recommended

Open211266100199
Ex-Servicemen203914
Special categories
of Ex-Servicemen
20439
Total251273112222

# As per Para 2.2 of the Notice of Examination, 03 candidates selected against
unfilled vacancies of ‘Special Categories of ESM’.
* 28 OBC candidates have qualified at UR standard.

4.2 Sub Inspector in CAPFs

SCSTOBCURTotalESM
Vacancies153923065011052110
Candidates
Recommended
152 $92305$501*105085

* 66 OBC candidates have qualified at UR standard.
^ 85-ESM: 22-OBC and 63-UR.
$ Vacancies kept unfilled as per Court Orders.
4.3 Category wise break-up of the male candidates selected for the posts of SubInspector along with the cut-off details i.e. marks obtained and Date of Birth of the last
selected candidates are given below. In cases where candidates are selected against
horizontal vacancies (i.e. 3: Ex-Servicemen), total marks of such last selected
candidates are reflected against their respective horizontal category, not against their
vertical category (i.e. 1-SC, 2-ST, 6-OBC, 9-UR):

Post
Code
Category
Code
Sub CategoryVacancyFilledTotalPaper-I Paper-IIDate of Birth
(DD-MM-YYYY)
A12121310.90123.9089.7201-02-1992
A1322259.75105.25154.5008-06-1985
A13*22224.78100.78124.0028-08-1973
A21212302.71115.96186.7504-02-1996
A2310
A23*10
A66666338.47163.47175.0004-08-1997
A6333309.83163.47175.2511-01-1984
A63*44178.4383.4395.0004-08-1982
A9100100349.02155.27193.7528-03-1996
A9369#284.58124.33160.2515-06-1974
A93*63241.2289.72151.5001-01-1982
B17272253.29118.29135.0016-09-1991
B23636256.19127.94128.2508-06-1996
B35128212.8593.60119.2524-02-1981
B6130130313.33134.33179.0003-02-1994
B9245245322.46158.71163.7503-04-1994
D14140$244.65125.90118.7505-06-1992
D22121248.22111.22137.0001-01-1995
D32725212.1592.90119.2512-01-1983
D67473$309.62143.37166.2515-09-1995
D9138138317.04145.29171.7512-06-1995
E199292.57122.07170.5020-05-1996
E22020271.06135.81135.2502-06-1996
E31111242.5899.83142.7531-10-1984
E64545322.93155.43167.5016-08-1996
E91515342.87161.62181.2501-04-1994
F13131296.02128.52167.5009-03-1996
F21515289.10124.35164.7521-06-1997
F32121259.14104.14155.0020-09-1982
F65757329.63154.13175.5008-09-1997
F9103103338.98152.73186.2514-08-1995

# 03 candidates selected against unfilled vacancies of ‘Special Categories of ESM’.
^ includes category codes 4 (OBC for Delhi only) and 6 (OBC).
$ Vacancies kept unfilled as per court order.
Category codes: 1-SC, 2-ST, 3-Ex-Servicemen, 3*-Special categories of ExServicemen, 6-OBC and 9-UR.
Note-1: : Candidates who had filled Category Code-4 were considered as OBC
for Delhi Police and UR for other CAPFs.
Note-2: Rows corresponding to Posts and Categories with ‘Nil’ reported
vacancies, have not been included in these tables.

5. As per the provision under Para-13 of the Notice of the Examination, “In case
where more than one candidate secure equal aggregates marks, tie has been resolved
by applying the following methods one after another in the given order, till the tie is
resolved:
(i) Total marks in Paper-I and Paper-II.
(ii) Marks in Paper-I.
(iii) Marks in Paper-II.
(iv) Date of birth, with older candidates placed higher.
(v) Alphabetical order in which the first names of the candidates appeared.”
6. As per Addendum dated 02.04.2018, “final result against departmental vacancies
will be processed by Delhi Police based on the performance of candidates in Computer
Based Examinations after declaration of final result of the said examination by the
Commission.” Hence result for departmental vacancies of Delhi Police has not been
processed by the Commission. Result of departmental vacancies of Delhi Police will be
declared by Delhi Police.
7. Final result of 01 candidate bearing Roll No. 2201024846 has been kept withheld
due to suspected malpractices.
8. The result will be subject to the outcome of following OA in Hon. CAT, PB, New Delhi:
i. Appointment to the last post of SI in Delhi Police under UR category is subject to
the outcome of OA No. 100/94/2021.
ii. Appointment to the last two candidates to the post of SI in Delhi Police is subject
to the outcome of OA No. 100/348/2021.
iii. Result will be subject to the outcome of OA No. 2784/2019, OA No. 1827/2019
and 3461/2019.
iv. Appointment of the last OBC candidate to the post of SI in Delhi Police will be
subject to the outcome of OA No. 127/2021.
v. Appointment of the last candidate to the post of SI in Delhi Police will be subject
to the outcome of OA No. 432/2021.
vi. Appointment of the last OBC candidate to the post of Sub-Inspector will be
subject to the outcome of OA No. 747/2021.
9. There are some candidates whose candidatures have been kept as provisional
by the concerned Regional Offices of the Commission but are also included in the
Select List. Concerned User Departments will check the eligibility of such candidates
thoroughly at the time of nomination.
10. Any discrepancy with respect to the selection/ non-selection/ allocation of post/
User Department, etc. may be brought to the Notice of the Commission within a period
of one month. Any such representation received after one month will not be entertained
by the Commission.
11. If a candidate is finally selected and does not receive any correspondence from
the Commission or the concerned User Department within a period of one year after
declaration of result, he/ she must bring this to the notice of the User Department
immediately thereafter.

12. Detailed marks of the selected and non-selected candidates shall be made
available on the website of the Commission from 26.04.2021 to 15.05.2021

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Important Notice regarding postponement of Paper-II of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police, CAPFs and ASI in CISF EXamination, 2019

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CHSL Admit Card Karnataka Kerala

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Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2020 (PAPER-I) ADMISSION CERTIFICATE DOWNLOAD, CHSL Admit Card Karnataka Kerala

Staff Selection Commission Karnataka Kerala Region

 

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Selection Post Examination Graduation above Level posts

Selection Post Examination Graduation above Level posts

Phase-VIII/2020 Selection Post Examination (Graduation & above Level posts) –
Declaration of Result of Computer Based Examination thereby shortlisting candidates for next
stage of scrutiny

Staff Selection Commission conducted Computer Based Examination for Graduation &
above Level posts under Phase-VIII/2020/Selection Posts Examination from 06-11-2020 to 10-
11-2020 and 14.12.2020 (in Bihar State) at various centres all over the country. 326884
number of completed applications were received for Graduation & above Level posts.
2. Marks scored by the candidates have been normalized as per provisions mentioned
under Para 13.3 of the Notice of the examination. Such normalized marks have been used for
fixing cut-off marks to qualify candidates for the next stage of Scrutiny.
3. Representations received from candidates regarding tentative Answer Keys were
carefully examined and answer keys were suitably modified wherever required and finalized
thereafter. The final answer keys have been used for evaluation of performance of candidates
in the Examination.
4. As per Para 17.8 of the Notice of the Examination, candidates scoring minimum marks
in the computer based examination, as given below, have been considered eligible for
shortlisting to the next stage of Scrutiny:
(i) UR: 35% (i.e. 70 marks)
(ii) OBC/EWS: 30% (i.e. 60 marks)
(iii) All other reserved categories: 25% (i.e. 50 marks)
5. As per recruitment procedure mentioned at Para-17.9 of the Notice of the above
mentioned Examination, 13479 candidates have been shortlisted for the next stage of scrutiny
based on the normalized score and merit of candidates in the Computer Based Examination, in
the following ratio:
(a) 1:20 for vacancies up to 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates).
(b) 1:10 subject to minimum 100 for vacancies more than 5 (subject to the availability of
suitable candidates).
6. Category-wise break-up of the candidates shortlisted in the Computer Based
Examination for the next stage of Scrutiny are as follows:
SC ST OBC EWS UR ESM OH HH VH PwD
Others Total
Graduation &

SCSTOBCEWSURESMOHHHVHPWD OtherTotal
Graduation & Above182291529586886653*115129149450513479

*817-EWS, 409-SC, 116-ST, 42-ESM, 21-OH, 2-HH, 1991-OBC and 11-VH candidates qualifying at UR Cutoff.
7. Post-Category wise cut-off details of candidates qualified against vacancies for
Graduation & above level posts and number of candidates shortlisted, are given in
Annexure-I.

8. The candidates who are shortlisted for next stage of scrutiny as per
Annexure-I are required to submit a copy of all the supporting Documents (Self
Attested) in respect of Educational Qualification (EQ), Experience, Category, Age, Agerelaxation, etc. (as applicable) in hard copy along with the print out of their online
application form to the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) to which the PostCategory belongs, by 30th April, 2021 by SPEED POST ONLY. The candidates should
clearly mention the “Graduation & above Level” and “Post-Category No……” on the
TOP of the Envelope while sending the documents to the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional
Office(s) by Speed Post.
9. It may be noted that if a candidate has applied for 3 (three) categories of posts, for
example, NR-16220, ER-13120 and WR-10620, then he/ she has to submit his/ her requisite
documents in hard copy, to concerned Regional Office(s) separately for each category of Post
i.e. to SSC (NR) for Post-Category No. NR-16220, to SSC (ER) for Post-Category No. ER-13120
and to SSC (WR) for Post-Category No. WR-10620.
10. If a candidate has applied for two or more categories of Posts in one Regional Office
only, for example, if a candidate has applied for two categories namely NR-18720 and NR18920, then he/ she has to submit requisite documents in hard copy, by Speed Post, to the
concerned Regional Office i.e. SSC (NR) separately for each category of Post i.e. one set of
documents for Post-Category No. NR-18720 and one set of documents for Post-Category No.
NR-18920.
NOTE:- IF PRINTOUT OF THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM ALONGWITH THE
REQUISITE DOCUMENTS IN HARD COPY IS NOT RECEIVED IN THE RESPECTIVE
REGIONAL/ SUB-REGIONAL OFFICE BY 30th April, 2021, CANDIDATURE OF SUCH
CANDIDATES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR THE SCRUTINY AND FURTHER
STAGES OF THE EXAMINATION. THE COMMISSION SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY POSTAL DELAYS.
11. The addresses of the Regional/ Sub-Regional Offices for sending the requisite
documents are given at Annexure-II.
12. For the following post codes of the Graduation and above Level, vacancies are
reported only for girl candidates:

CR12520ER11520KK11120MP10120NW11020SR10320WR10620

13. Two candidates having Roll Nos. 5081009667 and 7083100691 have been
debarred from the examination of the Commission. Result in respect of these two
candidates has not been processed.

14. Resolution of tie cases – In the event of tie in scores of candidates in the Computer
Based Examination, such cases have been resolved by applying following criteria, one after
another, till the tie is resolved:
i. Total marks in Computer Based Examination.
ii. Marks in Part-A of Computer Based Examination.
iii. Marks in Part-B of Computer Based Examination.
iv. Date of Birth, with older candidates placed higher.
v. Alphabetical order of names (starting with first name)
15. Skill Test, wherever prescribed for any category of post(s) will be conducted from
amongst the shortlisted candidates whose hard copies of documents are received and found in
order at Scrutiny stage, by the Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) of the Commission. Due
intimation in advance will be given by the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional offices to the
candidates through their websites.
16. In case, during the stage of Scrutiny of documents/DV, the Commission observes that
the vacancy(ies) for a particular category of Post(s) is/are not getting filled up completely, an
additional number of candidates who have qualified in the Computer Based Examination, in the
order of merit, shall be called ONLY FOR ONE MORE TIME, AT THE DISCRETION OF THE
COMMISSION for filling up the number of vacancies not getting filled up, in the ratio of 1:20
for vacancies upto 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates) and 1:10 for vacancies
more than 5 subject to minimum 100 candidates.
17. All qualified candidates found clear at the Scrutiny Stage for a particular category of
post, will be called for Document Verification (DV) by the Regional Office where the candidate
has appeared for Computer Based Examination as per his/her opted Centre of Examination
and/ or the Post Category belongs. Accordingly, Admission Certificate for Document
Verification will be issued by that Region only.
18. Marks of the candidates will not be disclosed at this stage. The candidature
of the shortlisted candidates is provisional.
19. For further stages of recruitment, candidates may visit the websites of the concerned
Regional/Sub-Regional Offices regularly.

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Selection Post Examination (Higher Secondary (10+12) Level posts

Selection Post Examination (Higher Secondary (10+12) Level posts

Phase-VIII/2020 Selection Post Examination (Higher Secondary (10+12) Level
posts) – Declaration of Result of Computer Based Examination thereby shortlisting candidates
for next stage of scrutiny

Selection Post Examination (Higher Secondary (10+2) Level posts

Staff Selection Commission conducted Computer Based Examination for Higher
Secondary (10+2) Level posts under Phase-VIII/2020/Selection Posts Examination from
06-11-2020 to 10-11-2020 and 14.12.2020 (in Bihar State) at various centres all over the
country. 241415 numbers of completed applications were received for Higher Secondary
(10+2) Level posts.
2. Marks scored by the candidates have been normalized as per provisions mentioned
under Para 13.3 of the Notice of the examination. Such normalized marks have been used for
fixing cut-off marks to qualify candidates for the next stage of Scrutiny.
3. Representations received from candidates regarding tentative Answer Keys were
carefully examined and answer keys were suitably modified wherever required and finalized
thereafter. The final answer keys have been used for evaluation of performance of candidates
in the Examination.
4. As per Para 17.8 of the Notice of the Examination, candidates scoring minimum marks
in the computer based examination, as given below, have been considered eligible for
shortlisting to the next stage of Scrutiny:
(i) UR: 35% (i.e. 70 marks)
(ii) OBC/EWS: 30% (i.e. 60 marks)
(iii) All other reserved categories: 25% (i.e. 50 marks)
5. As per recruitment procedure mentioned at Para-17.9 of the Notice of the above
mentioned Examination, 2684 candidates have been shortlisted for the next stage of scrutiny
based on the normalized score and merit of candidates in the Computer Based Examination, in
the following ratio:
(a) 1:20 for vacancies up to 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates).
(b) 1:10 subject to minimum 100 for vacancies more than 5 (subject to the availability of
suitable candidates).
6. Category-wise break-up of the candidates shortlisted in the Computer Based
Examination for the next stage of Scrutiny are as follows:

SCSTOBCEWSURESMOHHHVHPWD OtherTotal
Higher Secondary200805591401640#49162684

#187-EWS, 190-SC, 37-ST, 5-ESM, 06-OH, 02-HH, 529-OBC and 1-VH candidates qualifying at UR Cutoff.

7. Post-Category wise cut-off details of candidates qualified against vacancies for Higher
Secondary (10+2) Level posts and number of candidates shortlisted, are given in
Annexure-I.

8. The candidates who are shortlisted for next stage of scrutiny as per
Annexure-I are required to submit a copy of all the supporting Documents (Self
Attested) in respect of Educational Qualification (EQ), Experience, Category, Age, Agerelaxation, etc. (as applicable) in hard copy along with the print out of their online
application form to the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) to which the PostCategory belongs, by 30th April, 2021 by SPEED POST ONLY. The candidates should
clearly mention the “Higher Secondary (10+2) Level posts” and “Post-Category
No……” on the TOP of the Envelope while sending the documents to the respective
Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) by Speed Post.
9. It may be noted that if a candidate has applied for 3 (three) categories of posts, for
example, NR-13120, ER-10720 and WR-11120, then he/ she has to submit his/ her requisite
documents in hard copy, to concerned Regional Office(s) separately for each category of Post
i.e. to SSC (NR) for Post-Category No. NR-13120, to SSC (ER) for Post-Category No. ER-10720
and to SSC (WR) for Post-Category No. WR-11120.
10. If a candidate has applied for two or more categories of Posts in one Regional Office
only, for example, if a candidate has applied for two categories namely NR-10420 and NR10920, then he/ she has to submit requisite documents in hard copy, by Speed Post, to the
concerned Regional Office i.e. SSC (NR) separately for each category of Post i.e. one set of
documents for Post-Category No. NR-10420 and one set of documents for Post-Category No.
NR-10920.
NOTE:- IF PRINTOUT OF THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM ALONGWITH THE
REQUISITE DOCUMENTS IN HARD COPY IS NOT RECEIVED IN THE RESPECTIVE
REGIONAL/ SUB-REGIONAL OFFICE BY 30th April, 2021, CANDIDATURE OF SUCH
CANDIDATES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR THE SCRUTINY AND FURTHER
STAGES OF THE EXAMINATION. THE COMMISSION SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY POSTAL DELAYS.
11. The addresses of the Regional/ Sub-Regional Offices for sending the requisite
documents are given at Annexure-II.
12. Two candidates having Roll Nos. 5081009667 and 7083100691 have been
debarred from the examination of the Commission. Result in respect of these two
candidates has not been processed.
13. Resolution of tie cases – In the event of tie in scores of candidates in the Computer
Based Examination, such cases have been resolved by applying following criteria, one after
another, till the tie is resolved:
i. Total marks in Computer Based Examination.
ii. Marks in Part-A of Computer Based Examination.
iii. Marks in Part-B of Computer Based Examination.
iv. Date of Birth, with older candidates placed higher.
v. Alphabetical order of names (starting with first name)

14. Skill Test, wherever prescribed for any category of post(s) will be conducted from
amongst the shortlisted candidates whose hard copies of documents are received and found in
order at Scrutiny stage, by the Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) of the Commission. Due
intimation in advance will be given by the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional offices to the
candidates through their websites.
15. In case, during the stage of Scrutiny of documents/DV, the Commission observes that
the vacancy(ies) for a particular category of Post(s) is/are not getting filled up completely, an
additional number of candidates who have qualified in the Computer Based Examination, in the
order of merit, shall be called ONLY FOR ONE MORE TIME, AT THE DISCRETION OF THE
COMMISSION for filling up the number of vacancies not getting filled up, in the ratio of 1:20
for vacancies upto 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates) and 1:10 for vacancies
more than 5 subject to minimum 100 candidates.
16. All qualified candidates found clear at the Scrutiny Stage for a particular category of
post, will be called for Document Verification (DV) by the Regional Office where the candidate
has appeared for Computer Based Examination as per his/her opted Centre of Examination
and/ or the Post Category belongs. Accordingly, Admission Certificate for Document
Verification will be issued by that Region only.
17. Marks of the candidates will not be disclosed at this stage. The candidature
of the shortlisted candidates is provisional.
18. For further stages of recruitment, candidates may visit the websites of the concerned
Regional/Sub-Regional Offices regularly.

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STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION

STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION

(Government of India)

Important Notice

constable (GD) in CAPFS. NIA. SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam
Rifles Examination. 2021 Behof STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION

 

F. No. 3-L12O2O-P&P-I – Aspiring candidates for Constable (GD) in CAPFS,
NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2021, are hereby
informed that Notice of Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD)
in Assam Rifles Examination,2O2l, which was scheduled to be published on
25.03.2021, will now be published in the first week of May, 2O2l

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Ministry of Peraonael, Public
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Road, New Delhi – 11OOO3

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INDIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE In Jobs

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INDIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE In Jobs

Check notification in IASRI website https://iasri.icar.gov.in/employment-notice/ For RA : Ph.D. in Bioinformatics/ Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/ Agricultural Statistics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Computer Application or equivalent or Master’s in Bioinformatics/ Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/Agricultural Statistics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Computer Application or equivalent with 4 years or 5 years of Bachelor’s degree having 1st Division or 60% marks or equivalent overall grade point average, with at least two years of research experience as evidenced from fellowship/ associateship/ training/ other engagements. For SRF : Master’s Bioinformatics/ Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/ Agricultural Statistics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Computer Application or equivalent with 4 years or 5 years of Bachelor’s degree. OR Having 3 years Bachelor’s Degree who have acquired professional Master degree (3 years) like MCA are eligible. Candidates having Master’s degree in basic sciences with 3 / INDIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE In Jobs
Job Id16W58-1350239739586J
 SalaryNot Specified
Number of Openings13
Posted on 03/04/2021
Last date to apply06/04/2021
Last date to applyINDIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Job TitleRA and SRF and YPII
Functional RoleBioinformatics
Job DescriptionCheck notification in IASRI website https://iasri.icar.gov.in/employment-notice/ For RA : Ph.D. in Bioinformatics/ Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/ Agricultural Statistics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Computer Application or equivalent or Master’s in Bioinformatics/ Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/Agricultural Statistics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Computer Application or equivalent with 4 years or 5 years of Bachelor’s degree having 1st Division or 60% marks or equivalent overall grade point average, with at least two years of research experience as evidenced from fellowship/ associateship/ training/ other engagements. For SRF : Master’s Bioinformatics/ Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/ Agricultural Statistics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Computer Application or equivalent with 4 years or 5 years of Bachelor’s degree. OR Having 3 years Bachelor’s Degree who have acquired professional Master degree (3 years) like MCA are eligible. Candidates having Master’s degree in basic sciences with 3
Required QualificationsPost Graduate
Desired UG Qualification SpecializationB.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology) (Computer Science and Engineering), B.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology) (Bio-Technology), B.E. (Bachelor of Engineering) (Computers)
Desired PG Qualification SpecializationM.Sc. (Master of Science) (Bioinformatics), M.Sc. (Master of Science) (Bio-chemistry), M.Sc. (Master of Science) (Biotechnology), M.C.A. (Master in Computer Application) (Computers), M.Tech. (Master of Technology) (Bioinformatics)
Total Experience (in years)2 Or More
Job LocationNew Delhi
Key SkillsComputational Biology, Web, Bioinformatics
Nature of jobContractual
Email -IdPh.: 91-11-25841479
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Stenographer Grade C’ & ‘D Examination

Stenographer Grade C & D Examination /  STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION

Stenographer Grade C & D Examination, 2019 – Declaration of Result of
Computer Based Examination (CBE) to call candidates for appearing in Skill Test

Staff Selection Commission conducted Computer Based Examination for
Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ – Examination, 2019 from 22.12.2020 to 24.12.2020 at various
centers all over the country.

 

2. As the Computer Based Examination was conducted in multiple shifts, marks scored
by candidates have been normalized as per the formula published by the Commission on its
website on 07.02.2019. As per the provisions under Para -12 (d) of the Notice of the
Examination, normalized marks of the candidates have been used for processing the result
to qualify the candidates for the next stage of Examination (i.e. Skill Test).

3. Based on the performance of the candidates in the Computer Based Examination,
1215 candidates have provisionally qualified for appearing in the Skill Test for the post of
Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and 7792 candidates have provisionally qualified for appearing in
the Skill Test for the post of Stenographer Grade ‘D’. The cut–off marks fixed by the
Commission in the Computer Based Examination and the number of candidates qualified under
different categories are as under:-

 

List-I: Candidates qualified for Skill Test in Stenography for Stenographer Grade ‘C’:

CategoryCut-off MarksCandidates available
SC138.69504216
ST130.9475356
OBC152.42890253
EWS149.83718166
UR153.94071421
VH70.99499103
Total1215

Note-1: In addition to the number of UR candidates shown above 30-SC, 6-ST, 198-OBC &
93-EWS category candidates qualifying at UR cut- off. These candidates have been shown
under their respective categories.

 

2 List-II: Candidates qualified for Skill Test in Stenography for Stenographer Grade ‘D’ 

Category Cut-off MarksCandidates available
SC120.018191085
ST96.73246716
OBC133.100931844
EWS122.919421246
UR134.535522237
ESM40.00000265
OH77.84229227
VH63.65861130
Others-PWD46.5403742
Total7792

Note-2: In addition to the number of UR candidates shown above 322-SC, 36- ST, 1650-
OBC, 638-EWS, 4-ESM, 7-OH, 9-VH & 1-Others PwD category candidates qualifying at UR
cut-off. These candidates have been shown under their respective categories.
Note-3: As per Para 16 (c) of Notice of the Examination, minimum qualifying marks in
Computer Based Examination, are fixed as follows:
UR: 30%
OBC/ EWS: 25%
All other categories (SC, ST, PwD, ESM, etc): 20%
4. The schedule of Skill Test will be communicated by the Regional Offices in due
course. Candidates are advised to follow the website of the Regional Offices concerned.
5. Representations received from the candidates with regard to the Answer Keys have
been carefully examined and the Answer Keys have been modified wherever necessary.
The final Answer Keys have been used for evaluation. Final Answer Keys will be uploaded
on the website of the Commission from 26.03.2021 to 25.04.2021.
6. Marks of the qualified/non-qualified candidates will be made available on the website
of the Commission on 23.03.2021. This facility will be available from 23.03.2021 to
13.04.2021. Candidates may check their individual marks by using their Registration No.
and registered password and click on Result/ Marks tab on the candidate dashboard.

 

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