SSC Western Region Recruitment 2011
1st Floor, South Wing,
101, MK Road,
Mumbai – 400 020.
Telephone : ( 022 ) 22019118, 22018521
Website : www.sscwr.org
SSC Western Region applications 2011 are invited from eligible candidates for the following Group ‘B’ and Group ‘C’ Selection Posts in the format given in Annexure-A of Staff Selection Commission advertisement. Applicants are advised to go through all parameters under different Paras and Sub-Paras of this Notice and satisfy themselves about their suitability on Age limit and Essential Qualification for the SSC posts, before applying. Closing date for the receipt of applications for SSC Western Region is 16.12.2011. SSC 2011 applications received after the closing date will not be entertained.
Description of Group ‘B’ and Group ‘C’ Posts
1.1 Category No. WR-I
Name of SSC Post : Assistant Welfare Administrator
No. of Posts : Two ( 01- UR, 01-OBC )
Department : Office of the Welfare and Cess Commissioner, Labour Welfare Organisation, Nagpur
Age : Not exceeding 25 years ( OBC – 28 years ) ( Relaxation for Government servant upto 35 years in accordance with instruction or order issued by the Central Government )
Pay Scale for Assistant Welfare Administrator : 9300-34800/- + 4200/- Grade Pay ( Group ‘C’ Non-Gazetted )
Essential Qualification for Assistant Welfare Administrator : Degree of a recognized University in any one of the Social Science Subjects such as Economics, Sociology, anthropology, political science, psychology, history, geography, law, philosophy etc.
Assistant Welfare Administrator Desirable Qualification :
1) Diploma in Labour Welfare Industrial Relations / Personnel Management.
2) Training in Social Work or other allied Courses of Institutes recognized by the Government.
Initial Posting for Assistant Welfare Administrator : Nagpur with AISL
Assistant Welfare Administrator Job Requirements :
Implementation of welfare schemes and collection of cess under Beedi Workers Welfare Fund, Iron Ore / Manganese Ore / Chrome Ore Mines Fund and Cine Workers Welfare Fund. Requires extensive traveling.
Instruction for Physically Handicapped candidates : Assistant Welfare Administrator vacancy is not identified as suitable for Physically Handicapped.
1.2 Category No. WR-II
Name of SSC Post : Senior Scientific Assistant-III
Senior Scientific Assistant Vacancy : ( Nineteen ) ( 10-UR, 8-OBC, 1-ST )
Department : Plant Protection Advisor to the Government of India, Director of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage, NH-IV, Faridabad Haryana 121 001.
Age : 18-25 years ( OBC – 28 years ) ( ST – 30 years ) ( Relaxable for Government Servants upto 8 years in accordance with the instructions or orders issued by Central Government ) ( This age relaxation is admissible only to civilian Central Govt. servants and not to Armed Forces Personnel )
Senior Scientific Assistant Pay Scale : 9300-34800/- + 4200/- Grade Pay ( Group „C‟ Non-Gazetted )
Essential Qualification for Senior Scientific Assistant : B.Sc. ( Agriculture )
Senior Scientific Assistant Desirable Qualification : Nil.
Initial Posting for Senior Scientific Assistant : Bikaner, Delhi, Palanpur, Kandla, Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Mumbai, Nhavasheva, Mandvi, Okha, Verawal, Mundra, Jamnagar with AISL.
Job Requirements for Senior Scientific Assistant :
Plant Quarantine Station
1. To conduct and assist in conducting the inspection of imported plants / plant materials to enforce the DIP Act 1914 and PFS Order 1989, issued thereunder, with a view to preclude the entry of exotic pests, diseases, nematodes, weeds, virus, bacteria, mites etc.
2. To undertake and assist in undertaking the export certification of plants and plant materials for issuance of phytosanitary certificate in pursuance of International Plant Protection Convention 1951 of FAO.
3. To identify / confirm and assist in identification / confirmation of pests, diseases, weeds, nematodes, mites, virus, bacteria in the laboratory.
4. To assist in formulating the global technical information on pests, diseases, nematodes, treatments etc. in developing pest risk analysis based on the available technical literature in India as well as abroad.
5. To undertake and assist in undertaking the treatment of imported / exportable plants / plant materials pertaining to disinfection / disinfestations.
6. To handle and assist in operating high-tech laboratory equipments like ELISA, X-Ray Machine, Ultracentrifuse etc.
7. To undertake and assist in undertaking various laboratory investigations like blotter test, nematode detection test, incubation test and also Grow-out test in the glasshouse / polyhouse / meshhouse.
8. To assist in the laboratory investigations with Electron microscope and other softwares.
9. To assist in the development of international standards to comply with the provisions of World Trade Organisation and Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures.
Central Integrated Pest Management Centres
1. Conduct surveys to monitor pests, diseases and weeds situation of various crops in the field and submit reports.
2. To popularize Integrated Pest Management techniques by conducting Farmer’s Field Schools ( FFSs ) and demonstration at farmers‟ field for the benefit of farmers and Agricultural Extension Officers.
3. To collect, collate and maintain all relevant information about plant pests, diseases and weeds situation including the methods of their control and plant protection equipments.
4. To assist in organization and development of all kinds of plant protection work at the Headquarters of the Directorate / Sub Stations and to perform other duties in accordance with the official orders of the superiors or controlling officers.
5. To compile, correlate and collate technical reports and technical data.
6. To liaison with State Agriculture Officers on the development of pest and diseases outbreaks and their control strategies.
7. To conserve and augment natural enemies for the biological control of crop pests, diseases and weeds.
8. To assist in training programmes in biocontrol to State Officers and farmers.
9. Screening, collection and indexing documents of literature on surveillance, biocontrol and IPM.
10. Mass rearing of parasites, predators, insect pathogens and phytophagous insects under laboratory conditions using modern sophisticated equipments.
11. Releases and assessment and recovery tests of the parasite / predators / pathogens in the fields.
12. Analysis of field collected samples for the identification, economic intensity of various pests / diseases and their control strategies.
13. Collection, pinning, setting and labeling of insect and herbarium specimens.
14. Installation and operation of light traps, pheromone traps, sticking traps for monitoring of Insect Pests.
LWO and FSIL
1. To conduct locust surveys in the scheduled Desert Areas of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana.
2. To undertake control operations against locusts as and when the situation so warrantes.
3. To prepare weekly, fortnightly and principal activity report.
4. To analyse the locust situation and prepare a locust situation bulletin having forecast for the next few months for the use of the concerned International / National Organisation and State Government.
5. To render technical advise to Agricultural / Revenue authorities on locusts.
6. To assist higher authorities in arranging International / National meetings / Conference.
7. To assist in arranging the locust training for use of farmers and State Govt. Officials.
8. To prepare minutes / drafts of the National / International meetings.
9. To assist higher officer in performing any other day to day activities assigned.
10. To screen newer insecticides against locusts and grasshoppers.
11. To conduct long term studies on locust pheromones attractants and deterrents to develop ecologically acceptable methods on locust control.
12. To collect and identify of the flora of locust habitats in the Desert.
13. To identify TDE chemical factors in plants responsible for resistance against locusts and Grasshoppers.
14. To study biotic factors of locust and grasshoppers in the Laboratory.
15. To maintain the culture of locust and grasshoppers in the laboratory.
16. Handling of Scientific Instruments in the laboratory.
Instruction for Physically Handicapped candidates : Senior Scientific Assistant vacancy is not identified as suitable for VH / OH / HH.
1.3 Category No. WR-III
Name of SSC Post : Junior Scientific Assistant
No. of Staff Selection Commission Posts : Ten ( 7-UR, 2-OBC,1-SC )
Department : DTE Gen of Supplies and Transport, Quartermaster General‟s Branch ( ST-8 ) Army HQ
Age : Not exceeding 30 years ( 33 years for OBC ) ( 35 years for SC ) [Relaxable upto 35 years in accordance with the instructions or orders issued by the Central Government.]
Pay Scale for Junior Scientific Assistant : 9300-34800/- + Grade Pay 4200/- ( Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted )
Junior Scientific Assistant Essential Qualification :
1. Degree in Science with Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics or Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.
2. Two years experience in Food Inspection / Analysis.
Desirable Qualification for Junior Scientific Assistant : Nil.
Junior Scientific Assistant Initial Posting : Delhi, Mumbai, Jammu, Lucknow, Guwahati, Chennai and Bengdubi With AISL.
Job Requirements for Junior Scientific Assistant : Quality Control of food stuffs procured for Armed Forces as per laid down Specifications, Analysis of food samples.
Instruction for Physically Handicapped candidates : Junior Scientific Assistant vacancy is not identified as suitable for Physically Handicapped.