Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) has announced its notification for the recruitment of candidates for various posts. This is an amazing opportunity for the students to get into one of the most prestigious government job. A total of 77 vacancies are announced for the multiple posts announced under this PPSC CCE recruitment. The important details of the notification are mentioned in this post.
The candidate should have attained the age of 21 years but should not be older than 37 years on 1st January 2020.
For the post of Deputy Superintendent Police and Deputy Superintendent Jail)/ District Probation Officer the minimum age limit is 21 years and the maximum age limit is 28 years.
Age Relaxation: Age relaxation is applicable as per State Government Rule as mentioned in the notification for different categories.
DETAILS OF THE NOTIFICATION:
The number of vacancies to be filled on the basis of PSCSCCE-2020 is given in the table below:
|Post Name||Number of Vacancies|
|Punjab Civil Service (Executive Branch)||20|
|Deputy Superintendent of Police||26|
|Food Supply and Consumer Affairs Officer||02|
|Block Development & Panchayat Officer||02|
|Assistant Registrar Co-Operative Societies||04|
|Labour and Conciliation Officer||01|
|Employment Generation and Training Officer||07|
|Deputy Superintendent Jails / District Probation Officer (GradeII))||10|
- Last Date for filling application(Reopen): July 2020
- Last date for depositing the Application fees by system generated Fee Challan Form(Reopen): July 2020
- Admit Card Available: To be notified later
- Prelims Exam Date: To be notified later
- Mains Exam Date: To be notified later
Every Candidate should possess a bachelor degree in any discipline from a recognized university or institution. In addition to this, candidates should have passed the Matriculation Examination with Punjabi as one of the compulsory or elective subjects.
PPSC APPLICATION FEE
The application fee for different categories is mentioned below:
|SC/ST and Backward Class of Punjab||₹ 500||₹ 625||₹ 1125|
|Ex-Servicemen of Punjab||₹ 500||Nil||₹ 500|
|Physically Handicapped, Punjab||₹ 500||₹ 1250||₹ 1750|
|All Others Categories||₹ 500||₹ 2500||₹ 3000|
PSCSCCE Selection Process
Essential steps involved in the selection process are:
- Preliminary Competitive Examination; and
- Main Competitive Examination (written and viva voce/ Interview).
PREPARATION STRATEGY FOR PPSC 2020
Candidates need to have a broad idea about the type of the questions asked in the exam by thoroughly analyzing the past year papers. After getting an idea about the paper, a well-defined strategy need to be formulated. The strategy should be made after giving a few practice tests and analyzing the strengths and the weaknesses.
PPSC exam is conducted in three stages, PRELIMS, MAINS and INTERVIEW. All aspirants should also prepare for Mains examination side by side along with the preparation of Preliminary examination.
Prelims consists of two papers
- General Studies
Books for PPSC exam are given as follows:
|Everyday Science||NCERT books of Physics Chemistry and Biology: Class 6 to Class 10|
|Environmental studies||Class XII – Biology|
|Political theory & international order||NCERT Class 11 Political Theory|
|Indian polity||Indian Polity by Laxmikanth|
|History of India||· Medieval India: Class XI Old NCERT by Satish Chandra|
· Art and Culture: Class XI – An Introduction to Indian Art
· Ancient India: Class XI Old NCERT
· Modern India: A Brief History of Modern India by Rajiv Ahir and India’s Struggle For Independence by Bipan Chandra.
|World History||Mastering Modern World History –|
|Indian Economy||Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh|
Annual Budget Document of India and Punjab
|Geography||NCERT Geography books|
|Current events of national and international importance||National newsapapers covering national and international articles|
Civils Notebook current affairs material
|Punjab Specific||Sadda Punjab Munish Jindal|
|ENGLISH||Essential English Grammar by Raymond Murphy|
Wren and Martin Book
|PUNJABI GRAMMER||6th-12th PSEB BOOKS|
|REASONING AND QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE||Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal|
Tata McGraw Hill CSAT manual
It should be taken into consideration here that the marks of CSAT are taken into account for the results of the Prelims examination. Therefore, all aspirants should also give equal importance to the CSAT paper.