Uttarakhand PSC Recruitment 2015 for Lecturer
Important Dates for UKPSC Lecturer 2015 Jobs :
Last Date for Online Application : 03.05.2015 till 11:59 pm.
Last Date to Payment of Fee through State Bank of India : 07.05.2015.
Uttarakhand Public Service Commission ( UKPSC ) has announced notification for the recruitment of 154 Polytechnic Lecturer Vacancies in the Department of Training & Technical Education Department. Eligible candidates can apply online on or before 03.05.2015 till 11:59 pm.
Name of the Post : Lecturer ( Polytechnic ).
Total No. of Posts : 154.
1. Lecturer Electronics : 05 posts
2. Lecturer Electrical : 19 posts
3. Lecturer Civil : 24 posts
4. Lecturer Mechanical : 10 posts
5. Lecturer IT : 04 posts
6. Lecturer Computer Science : 10 posts
7. Lecturer Plastic Technology : 02 posts
8. Lecturer Chemistry : 22 posts
9. Lecturer Mathematics : 17 posts
10. Lecturer English : 20 posts
11. Lecturer Physics : 21 posts
UKPSC Lecturer Pay Scale 2015 : 15600/- to 39100/- with grade pay 5400/-.
Age Limit for UKPSC Lecturer Jobs 2015 : Candidates minimum age should be 21 years & maximum age should be 42 years as on 01.07.2015. Age relaxation is applicable as per rules.
UKPSC Lecturer 2015 Educational Qualification : Candidates should possess degree in relevant subject with AMIE or upadhi from recognised university. Knowledge of Hindi is essential.
Selection Process for Uttarakhand PSC Lecturer Jobs 2015 : Candidates will be selected based on the written test and Interview.
UKPSC Lecturer Recruitment Exam Fee 2015 : Candidate has to pay 150/- for Unreserved ( General ) / OBC / Freedom Fighter candidates of Uttarakhand, 60/- for SC / ST / PH & Ex-Serviceman candidates of Uttarakhand through Bank Challan in any branch of State Bank of India ( SBI ).
How to Apply Online for UKPSC Lecturer Jobs 2015 : Eligible candidates can apply online through website www.ukpsc.gov.in from on or before 03.05.2015 till 11:59 pm.
Syllabus for the Post of UKPSC Lecturer 2015
Syllabus for the Screening Test for the Recruitment of Polytechnic Lecturer ( Group B ) Posts ( Objective Type ).
Time : 02 Hours.
Total No. of Questions : 150.
Maximum Marks : 150.
Note : Paper Setter is expected to set the questions from the entire syllabus.
Section I : General Studies [ M.M. : 70 ].
- Current events of National and International importance.
- Sports and Entertainment.
- Indian History ( ancient, medieval, modern ).
- Indian National Movement.
- Geography of India and World, Economy and Agriculture.
- Natural Resources, Planning, Sustainable and Inclusive Development.
- Natural Calamities and Disaster Management.
- Human Resource Development Index in India.
- Basic knowledge of Indian Constitution – Salient features of Indian Constitution, Fundamental Rights and Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy. The Union Executive – The President, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, The Union Legislature – Parliament, The Judiciary – Supreme Court and High Court, State Government and Administration – Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers, Legislative Assembly, Panchayati Raj Institutions.
- Human Rights : Meaning of Human Rights, Universal Declaration of Human Rights ( 1948 ), Human Rights and Duties in India, National Human Rights Commission.
- Various aspects of Rural and Urban Development.
- General Science : Application of Science in day – to – day life.
- Development and Environmental Problems : Main Problems related to development, population growth, environmental pollution, emission of greenhouse gases and measures to overcome the problems. Laws for environmental conservation.
- Biotechnology and Health Issues : Biotechnology, development of vacancies against new diseases, genetically developed plants, regeneration of worn out and dead tissues and human organs, control of pollution using bacteria, biofuel.
- Development of Science and Technology in India :
- Energy and Water Resources : Energy crisis, energy conservation, conventional energy sources, renewable energy, types of Indian water resources, use and management.
- Information, Communication Technology and Computers : Development of information and communication technology in India, benefits and adverse effects. Basic components and structure of computer and its uses.
- Modern Indian Education System : Indian Education Commission, University Grants Commission, National Policy on Education, Education for Equality, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, use of Modern Technology in Education.
- National Knowledge Commission : Main Recommendations – Right to Education, e-Governance.
- Teaching Competence and Communication : Teaching skills, Teaching Methods and Techniques, Teaching Aids Comprehensive and Continuous evaluation.
- Value Based Education : Types of values, Development of Values through Education.
General Knowledge Related to Uttarakhand State
No. of Questions : 20.
Maximum Marks : 20.
- General Geography : Location and Extent, Structure and Relief, Climate and Drainage systems, Demography, Transport and Communication network.
- History :
- Ancient Period : Inhabiting races and tribal groups, Dynasties ( Kuninda, Paurav and Katyuri ).
- Medieval Period : Later Katyuri, Chand and Panwar dynasties.
- Modern Period : Gorkha and British period, post independence scenario.
- Natural and Economic Resources : Water, Forest, Minerals, Livestock, Agriculture and Horticulture, Wild life conservation, Parks and Sanctuaries.
- Political and Administrative Setup : Administrative setup at the State, District and Tehsil levels.
- Education and Culture : Educational and Training Institutions, Dialects and Languages, Customs and Traditions, Festivals and Fairs.
- Social Reform Movements : Coolie Begar, Dola – palki, and Forest Movements.
- Economic Development : Hydro electricity, Industry, Horticulture, Tourism, and Herbal Industry development.
- Development Plans : Scheduled Castes and Tribal Development planning.
- Important Contemporary events.
- Sports and Entertainment.
Section III : General Intelligence Test
Number of Questions : 30.
Maximum Marks : 30.
Questions of verbal, non-verbal and analytical types, analogies, syllogism, similarities, differences, missing numbers, characters and sequences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, direction sense, coding – decoding, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, data representation and analysis, arithmetical number series. The test would also include questions designed to test the candidates ability to deal with abstract ideas, facts and figures, symbols and their relationships, arithmetical and numerical computations and other analytical, mathematical and quantitative functions.
Section IV : Language
General Hindi ( High School Level )
No. of Questions : 20.
Maximum Marks : 20.
General English ( High School Level ) :
No. of Questions : 10.
Maximum Marks : 10.
- Use of Prepositions.
- One word substitution.
- Use of Articles in English.
- Common errors in English.
- Conversion of one part of speech into another, e.g., Noun to adjective, and the like.
- Comprehension of a given passage in English ( questions will be asked on the following topics ).
A – Synonyms.
B – Antonyms.
C – Hindi translation of a given underlined English Sentence.
D – One more question will be also based on the comprehension passage.