Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced for 257 vacancies for recruitment to the post of Enforcement Officer/ Accounts Officer. Interested and eligible candidates can submit their applications by 23 June 2016.
The Commission invites application from candidates satisfying the minimum eligibility criteria prescribed in the advertisement released.
Details of the UPSC Enforcement Officer/ Accounts Officer Post
While the Commissions seeks application from graduates; candidates with educational qualification of Bachelor’s degree in Law/Integrated five (05) years’ Degree in Law/Masters in Business Administration/Post Graduate Diploma in Management/Company Secretary/Chartered Accountant/Cost & Management Accountant and Two years experience in Administration/Accounts/Legal Matters in any government or Listed-Private Organisation are desirable.
Selection Procedure for UPSC Enforcement Officer/ Accounts Officer Post
A pen & paper based Recruitment Test (RT) to short-list the candidates for Interview for recruitment to the posts.
Scheme and Syllabus of the RT for UPSC Enforcement Officer/ Accounts Officer Post
The test will be of two hours duration and the medium of the test will be both Hindi and English. The test will be an objective type with multiple choices of answers. All questions will carry equal marks. There will be penalty for wrong answer. Every wrong answer will carry a deduction of one-third of the marks assigned to that question. If no answer is marked for a question, there will be no penalty for that question.
Questions will be asked from topics related to General English- To evaluate candidate’s understanding of English language & workman – like use of words, Indian Freedom Struggle, Current Events and Developmental Issues, Indian Polity & Economy, General Accounting Principles, Industrial Relations & Labour Laws, General Science & knowledge of Computer applications, General Mental Ability & Quantitative Aptitude and Social Security in India.
Candidates selected to the post will be on a probation period of 02 years.