UPSC Recruitment 2011 ( Senior Air Safety Officer, Senior Scientific Officer )

UPSC Vacancies 2011

Union Public Service Commission invites applications for recruitment by selection to the following UPSC posts.

1.Ten Assistant Director Air Safety ( Engineering ) / Senior Air Safety Officer ( Engineering ) in the office of Director General Civil Aviation, Ministry of Civil Aviation. Out of ten UPSC posts, two posts are reserved for Scheduled Castes candidates, one post is reserved for Scheduled Tribes candidates, two UPSC posts are reserved for Other Backward Classes candidates and remaining five posts are unreserved.

Assistant Director Air Safety Qualification : Essential : A. Educational :

Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from a recognized University. Or

A pass in Associate Membership Examination Parts II & III / Section A & B of the Aeronautical Society of India.

B. Experience :

Five years experience in airframe, aircraft structure system / designs or engines/ power plants or electrical / instruments / avionics in a reputed manufacturing / overhauling / maintenance establishment.

Desirable :

i) Experience in investigation of aircraft accidents.

ii) Pilot’s License.

iii) Navigator’s License.

iv) Flight Engineers License on modern transport aircraft.

Duties of Assistant Director Air Safety :

Investigate or assist in investigation of aircraft accidents domestic and foreign registered aircraft in India and Indian registered aircraft abroad, incidents, precautionary landings, forced landings, air misses and other potential hazardous situation arising in the air operation and to compile the report thereof and to carry out the analytical analysis of the happenings to promote air safety, prepare statistics etc. Accident / Incident prevention work, Safety audit of airlines / operators, Aerodrome Inspection, Cabin Crew Safety, Safety oversight activities.

2. Forty three Air Safety Officer ( Engineering ) in the office of Director General Civil Aviation, Ministry of Civil Aviation. Out of forty three posts, five posts are reserved for Scheduled Castes candidates, three posts are reserved for Scheduled Tribes candidates, eleven posts are reserved for Other Backward Classes candidates and remaining twenty four UPSC Air Safety Officer posts are unreserved.

Air Safety Officer Qualification : Essential :

Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from a recognized University. Or

A pass in Associate Membership examination Parts II & III / Section A & B of the Aeronautical Society of India.

Desirable :

(i) Experience in investigation of aircraft accidents.

(ii) Experience as a Pilot or Navigator.

Duties of UPSC Air Safety Officer :

To investigate or assist in investigation of aircraft accidents, incidents, precautionary landings, air misses and other potential hazardous situation arising in the air operation and to compile the report thereof and to carry out the analytical analysis of the happenings to promote air safety, prepare statistics etc. Aerodrome Inspection, Accident / Incident prevention work, Associating in the activities of National Aviation Safety Team ( NAST ).

3.Three Senior Scientific Officer Grade II ( Finger Print ) in Central Forensic Science Laboratory ( CFSL ), Central Bureau of Investigation., Ministry of Home Affairs. The UPSC posts are unreserved.

Senior Scientific Officer Qualification : Essential A. Educational :

M.Sc. Degree in Chemistry from a recognized University or equivalent;and

B. Experience :

Three years experience in a laboratory in development and identification of Finger Prints.

Desirable : Doctorate degree relevant to Essential Qualification from a recognized University or equivalent.

Duties of Senior Scientific Officer :

Reporting Officer of the division. Conducting the examination / analysis of exhibits in respective division. Deposing as an expert witness when called upon by the court of law. Research and development work in respective field. Supervision of the Scientific work of Scientific staff of the division. In the absence of the SSO-I, SSO-II to look after the administrative works of the division. Any other duties assigned by Director CFSL from time to time.

4. Ten Specialist Grade II ( Dermatology ), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Central Health Service ( Non-Teaching Specialist Sub-Cadre ). Out of the ten posts, one post is reserved for Scheduled Castes candidates, five posts are reserved for Other Backward Classes candidates and remaining four posts are unreserved.

Specialist Qualification : Essential: A. Educational :

i) A recognized Medical qualification included in the First or the Second Schedule or Part II of the Third Schedule ( Other than licentiate qualifications ) to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. Holders of Educational Qualifications included in Part II of the Third Schedule should also fulfil the conditions stipulated in Sub-section (3) of Section (13) of the IMC Act, 1956.

ii) Post-Graduate Degree / Diploma in the concerned specialty i.e. M.D ( Dermatology ) / M.D. ( Dermatology and Venereology ) / Specialty Board of Dermatology ( USA ) / D.D. or equivalent.

B. Experience :

Three years experience in the concerned speciality after obtaining Post-Graduate Degree or five years experience in the specialty after obtaining the Post-graduate Diploma.

Note I :

The Medical qualifications possessed by the candidates should have the recognition of the Medical Council of India. In case of medical posts other than Allopathic system of medicine, the qualifications should be included in the respective Schedule of the Act governing that system of medicine. The proof thereof may be attached.

Note II :

In so far as Post-Graduation Medical qualifications awarded by Indian Universities are concerned, they should also find a place in the Schedules to Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, as amended from time to time. In case of medical posts other than allopathic system of medicine, the qualification should be included in the respective Schedule of the Act governing that system of medicine. The proof thereof may be attached.

Note III :

The experience gained should be recognized by the MCI or the statutory body concerned with the system of medicine as valid teaching experience for teaching posts and certificate therefor or any other valid proof in support thereof should be submitted. Teaching experience in any other UPSC post like the post of General Duty Medical Officer / Medical Officer shall not be considered for eligibility purpose for recruitment to the teaching Union Public Service Commission posts.

Note IV :

In the case of qualifications in Super-Specialities ( M.Ch. / D.M.) except in the case of holders of D.M. / M.Ch. of five years duration, the holders should have obtained M.D.( General Medicine ) or M.S. ( General Surgery ) or an equivalent qualification as prescribed by the said council in its recommendations on post graduate medical examination.

Note V :

In the case of holder of D.M. / M.Ch. qualification of five years duration, the period of Senior Post Graduate residency rendered in the last part of the said D.M / M.Ch. shall be counted towards requirement of experience.

Note VI :

Holders of speciality Board of USA qualifications should complete the entire requirements of the Board concerned.

Note VII :

Completion of compulsory Rotating Internship Certificate, Registration Certificate, an official document showing name of College / Institution from where degree / diploma has been done and official document showing name of the University and College from where teaching experience has been gained to be furnished.

Duties of Specialist :

To impart theoretical and practical instructions to Under-graduate / Post-graduate medical students. To conduct and guide research work in the specialty. To render patient care in the Specialty. Any other duties that may be assigned by the authorities from time-to-time.

HQ :

CGHS, Delhi, Allahabad, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Kanpur, A & N Islands & Pune but the selected candidates are liable to serve anywhere in India and initial posting will be at A & N Islands.

Any Other Conditions :

The other conditions of service will be as laid down in the CHS Rules, 1996 and other rules in force from time to time in particular :

(a) Private practice of any kind whatsoever shall not be allowed including any consultation and laboratory practice.

(b) The candidate selected, if so required, shall be liable to serve in any Defence Service or post connected with the Defence of India, for a period of not less than four years including the period spent in training, if any, provided that such officer shall not :

i) be required to serve as aforesaid after the expiry of 10 years from the date of appointment or from the date of joining the service.

ii) ordinarily be required to serve as aforesaid after attaining the age of 45 years.

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UPSC Recruitment 2011 ( Senior Air Safety Officer, Senior Scientific Officer )

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One Response to “UPSC Recruitment 2011 ( Senior Air Safety Officer, Senior Scientific Officer )”

  1. nithin August 20, 2012 at 10:17 pm # Reply

    what wold be the exam syllabus for air safety officer

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