MPPSC to Conduct State Forest Exam 2017 for Recruitment of 174 Forest Ranger and Other Posts

December 9, 2016

MPPSC to Conduct State Forest Exam 2017 for Recruitment of 174 Forest Ranger and Other Posts

MPPSC to Conduct State Forest Exam 2017 for Recruitment of 174 Forest Ranger and Other Posts

 

Job Details:

Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) invited applications for recruitment to the posts of Forest Ranger and Assistant Forest Guard through MPPSC State Forest Exam 2017. The eligible candidates can apply online to the post in the prescribed format on or before 08 January 2017.

 

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Job Title Forest Ranger and Assistant Forest Guard
Number of Positions 174
Company MPPSC
Age Limit 18-28 years
Last Date of Application 08 January 2017

 

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Name of the Posts:

  • Forest Ranger- 150 Posts
  • Assistant Forest Guard- 24 Posts

 

Eligibility Criteria:

Candidate must hold an Engineering Graduate Degree in the concerned stream.

 

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Pay Scale:

Rs 15600-39100/- + GP Rs 5400

Rs 9300-34800/- + GP Rs 3600

 

How to Apply:

Eligible candidates can apply online to the post in the prescribed format along with other necessary documents on or before 08 January 2017.

 

Selection Process:-

The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of the interview/exam conducted by the organization.

 

Application Fee :-

General & OBC : Rs.  250/-

SC/ ST/ PWD/ EXS : Free

 

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Important Dates:

 

Starting Date 08 December 2016
Last Date 08 January 2017

 

About Company:

Consequent on the reorganization of States on 1st November 1956, eight districts of Madhya Pradesh have been transferred to the Bombay State and the remaining fourteen districts of the Madhya Pradesh  along with Madhya Bharat, Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh were merged to form the new Madhya Pradesh. As there was no Public Service Commission for the States of Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh, these being Part “C” States, and the recruitment for these States was being done by the Union Public Service Commission, the records of cases dealt with by the Union Public Service Commission for these two States  were not available to the new Commission.