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7th Pay Commission latest news: UPSC notifies 7th CPC Group 'A' Gazetted Officer's job; Rs 56,100 starting salary for this sarkari naukri

7th Pay Commission: UPSC has issued job notification for the post of Deputy Superintending Archaeological Chemist at the Archaeological Survey of India.

7th Pay Commission latest news: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has issued job notification for the post of Deputy Superintending Archaeological Chemist at the Archaeological Survey of India. After successful completion of the recruitment process, the selected candidate will be appointed as Group 'A' Gazetted Officer on a permanent basis. The total number of vacancies notified by the UPSC is 2 and both vacancies fall under the non-reserved category. The last date to apply to this 7th CPC job is 2nd April 2020. Interested candidates can log in at the official website of the U|PSC — upsconline.nic.in — for the latest update.

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix

The selected candidate after successful completion of the recruitment process will be given Level-10, 7th pay commission pay matrix. As per the 7th CPC pay matrix, the Level-10 Central Government employee will get the pay scale of Rs 56,100 to Rs 1,77,500. Thus, after recruitment, a selected candidate will get an initial salary of Rs 56,100 in this 7th CPC sarkari naukri. Apart from ths, he or she will be eligible for monthly allowances like Dearness Allowance (DA), Travel Allowance (TA), Housing Rent Allowance (HRA), etc.

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Age Limit

The applicant should not exceed 35 years as on normal closing date i.e. 2nd April 2020. The upper age limit is relaxable for regularly appointed Central Government Servant up to five years as per instructions/orders issued by the Government of India from time to time. For age concession applicable to some other categories of applicants, please see the relevant paras of the ‘Instructions and Additional Information to Candidates for Recruitment by Selection.’

Essential Qualification

The applicant should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry plus three years of experience in the use of Analytical Instruments or Methods of Analysis of Organic or Inorganic Materials from a recognized Scientific Institute or University. Candidates having a Master’s Degree in Chemistry plus one year experience in the use of Analytical Instruments or Methods of Analysis of Organic or Inorganic Materials from a recognized Scientific Institute or University are also eligible to apply for this 7th CPC sarkari naukri.

One year’s experience in the application of chemistry in heritage conservation is a desirable qualification from the applicant.

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