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Thursday, September 23, 2021

BIG BREAKING / GPSC exam to be held on December 12, find out when the exam will be held now

BIG BREAKING / GPSC exam to be held on December 12, find out when the exam will be held now





Government exams have been postponed for a long time due to Corona's problem, but now that Corona's problem has eased a bit, government exams are being held again and candidates are preparing for the exams again.


At present GPSC has a total of 15 Deputy Collectors / Deputy District Development Officers, a total of 08 Deputy Superintendents of Police, a total of 01 District / Deputy Registrars, a total of 48 Assistant State Tax Commissioners, a total of 01 Deputy Director (Scheduled Caste Welfare).  Total 73 posts and total 12 posts of Mamlatdar, 10 posts of Taluka Development Officer, 10 posts of Assistant District Registrar, 01 posts of Social Welfare Officer (Scheduled Caste Welfare), 02 posts of Government Labor Officer, 75 posts of State Tax Officer.  An advertisement has been published for a total of 183 seats of Class 1 and 2.

 The application process will start from this date:

 Interested and eligible candidates can apply from 28th September, 2021 to 13th October, 2021 till 1.00 pm.  Graduates of any discipline can take part in this examination.  Students who are in the last year or semester of study and whose result will be declared before the last date for filling up the main examination form can also apply for this examination.


The results will be announced this month:

 The preliminary examination of advertisement (two question papers of 200 marks in total, time 3 hours) will be taken on 19/12/2021, the result of which will be published in January 2022.  6 question papers of 150 marks in main examination which should be written in 3 hours.  The date of the main examination will be announced later.  The question papers of English or Gujarati language of the main examination can be given in any language while the question papers in other languages ​​can be given by the candidate in his preferred language.  Two questions can be written in different languages ​​in the same question paper.




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