GPSC recruitment 2018-19 notification has been released on official website www.gpsc.gujarat.gov.in for the recruitment of 07 vacancies at Gujarat Public Service Commission. The candidate who is looking for Lecturer (Homoeopathy) can apply online application from 15th September 2018 and before 1st October 2018.
|Organization Name||Gujarat Public Service Commission|
|Total Number of Posts||7|
|Lecturer (Homoeopathy)||7 Posts|
|Qualification||Post Graduate degree in Homeopathy included in the second schedule of the Homeopathy Central Council Act.1973 or a post-graduate medical degree in concerned subject recognized by the Medical Council of India.|
|Age limit||44 years as on 1st October 2018|
|Pay Scale||Rs. 53100 – 167800/- Per Month|
|Through Challan or Net Banking or Card Payment|
Important Dates (Tentative)
|Online Submission starts||15th September 2018|
|Online Submission Last Date||1st October 2018|
|Date of Preliminary Test||16th December 2018|
Process to Apply Application
|Selection Process||Selection will be based on Preliminary Test and Interview.|
|How to Apply||Interested and eligible candidates may apply online application form at official website www.gpsc.gujarat.gov.in or ojas.gujarat.gov.in from 15th September 2018 to 1st October 2018.|
|Official Advertisement||Click here|
|Online application link||Click here|
- The Candidate appointed by direct selection shall require to get him-self registered with the Gujarat Homoeopathic Council under the Gujarat Homoeopathy Act, 1963 at the time of joining duty, if he is not so registered.
- Applicant has to produced necessary documents, in support of Indian Legality, if he possesses foreign university degree.
- Candidate shall remain Present at every stage of this recruitment Process, otherwise his/ her Candidature shall be rejected by the commission.
- Application Fee ; General candidate have to pay Rs.100/- + Postal service charge ,Unreserved candidate Origin of Gujarat, Ex. Serviceman and P.H. candidate do not need to pay fees ,Unreserved candidate of other state have to pay prescribed fees.