Assam Public Service Commission
APSC or Assam Public Service Commission is state level PSC Exam conducted to select eligible candidates to the post of Inspector of Taxes, Labour Inspector, Superintendent of Excise & Other Posts. Currently Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer, Law Assistant, Junior Legislative Counsel & Undersecretary Posts. Let’s have a look at the APSC Recruitment 2019 im detail.
APSC Notification 2019
The Official Notification for APSC 2019 is yet to be released by Assam Public Service Commission Board. However, a recent notification was released for the post of Lecturers on 17th September 2019. Candidates can read the APSC Notification by clicking on the link mentioned below.
APSC Exam Fee 2019
To apply online for APSC Exam 2019, candidate must download the application form from the link mentioned below and complete it. Candidate must pay Rs. 150/- as application fee (for General category) and Rs. 100/- (Reserved category)
APSC Exam Dates 2019
The Exam Dates for APSC Exam 2019 has not been declared yet. For Lecturers post, the Online Application Dates have been announced. Check the complete schedule of APSC Recruitment 2019.
|Release of Official Notification||17th September 2019|
|Online Application Opens||17th September 2019|
|Closing date of Online Application||17th October 2019|
|Prelims Exam date||To be announced|
|Result Announced||To be announced|
|Mains Exam date||To be announced|
APSC Vacancy 2019
The vacancy for MPSC Exam is different for different posts offered. Currently the vacancy for Subordinate Service Non Gazetted Group B Posts were released. Listed below is detailed Vacancy for
|Junior Legislative Council & Junior Assembly||01|
APSC Eligibility 2019
To be eligible for APSC Exam 2019, a candidate must follow the below mentioned criteria. Age Limit: Candidate must not be less than 21 year of age and must not be more than 38 years of age as on 1st January 2019.
- An Advocate enrolled under the Advocates Act 1961 who has been practising as such for at least three(3) years; or
- A Judicial of at least 3 (three) years standing; or
- A Chief Language Officer of the Legislative Department holding a degree in Law and having 3 years experience as such officer or with 2 (two) years experience as such officer if he has previous experience as an Advocate for at least 3 (three) years; or
- A Language Officer of the Legislative Department holding a Degree in Law and having 5 (five) years experience as such officer or 2 (two) years experience as Language Officer if he has previous experience as an Advocate for at least 4 (four) years.
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