UPSC 2011 Recruitment
1. Three Senior Fisheries Scientist, in the Fishery Survey of India, Mumbai, Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture. Out of three UPSC posts, one post is reserved for Scheduled Castes candidates, one post is reserved for Other Backward Classes candidates and remaining one UPSC post is unreserved.
Qualification : Essential : A. Educational :
Master’s degree in Zoology or Marine Biology or Fisheries Science or Fisheries Management or Oceanography from a recognized University or equivalent. Or
Post Graduate Diploma in Fisheries Science of the Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai or equivalent.
B. Experience :
Five years experience in survey or
Research of Marine Fisheries including cruise planning and participation in voyages.
Experience in Fishing Gear Technology.
Senior Fisheries Scientist Duties :
Participation in fishing cruises and responsible for cruise leadership and collection of requisite data during survey cruises. Preparation of cruise reports and other reports related to the operation of survey vessles. Identification of fish and conducting the biological investigations for qualitative and quantitative assessment of fish stock in time and space.
HQ : Anywhere in India including Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
2. Two Microphotographist in the National Archives of India, Ministry of Culture. Out of two UPSC posts, one post is reserved for Other Backward Classes candidates and remaining one Union Public Service Commission post is unreserved.
Qualification : Essential :
A. i) Master’s degree in Physics from a recognized University or equivalent; and
ii) Two years’ experience of work in Reprographics. Or
B. i) Bachelor’s degree in Physics / Chemistry from a recognized University or equivalent; and
ii) Five years’ experience of work in Reprographics.
Duties of Microphotographist :
Supervising the working of photo-duplication Centres, operating powerful and complicated Cameras and apparatus for film processing, enlarging, positive printing, preparation slides, still photography and photographs reproduction in colour etc. Handling faded and brittle old documents involving special skill and responsibility. Any other duty assigned by the Director General of Archives from time to time.
HQ : New Delhi / Bhopal / Jaipur / Puducherry / Bhubneshwar.
3. One Deputy Director ( Safety ) in the Directorate General. Factory Advice Service and Labour Institutes ( FASLI ), Mumbai, Ministry of Labour & Employment. The UPSC post is unreserved.
Qualification : Essential A. Educational :
Degree in Chemical Engineering of a recognized University or equivalent; and
B. Experience :
Five years practical experience in handling various aspects of industrial safety in factory, dock, ship or a technical institution / organization or in Government Department dealing with the administration of the Factories Act, 1948 ( 63 of 1948 ) or the Dock Workers ( Safety, Health and Welfare ) Act, 1986 ( 54 of 1986 ).
Experience in planning, organizing and coordinating of research, education and Union Public Service Commission training activities pertaining to industrial safety / dock safety.
Duties of Deputy Director :
To Carry out surveys and research studies in the field of industrial safety. Preparation of safety literature, conducting educational and UPSC training programmes. Dealing with matters concerned with Factories Act and Model Rules. Work in connection with the enforcement of Dock Workers ( Safety, Health and Welfare ) Act, 1986 and the rules and regulations framed thereunder. To carry out safety surveys in ports and conducting UPSC training programmes for the various levels of supervisory personnel and dock workers.
Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Kanpur and Faridabad but liable to be transferred to anywhere in India.