APSC to Hold Combined Competitive Examination for 794 post

APSC CCE Recruitment 2022 : Check Upcoming Prelims Exam Dates of Assam Public Service Commission

A very good news for the aspirants of APSC that Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) will soon publish a detail notification for conducting the Combined Competitive Prelims Examination 2022. Hopefully the Official sources said that considering the proposal from the government, the APSC would issue the advertisement in the month of July this yearTherefore all the interested & eligible aspirants of Assam be ready for the prestigious exam. The candidates applying must hold a graduation degree from a well-known college to get eligible for appearing in the APSC exam. Candidates preparing for the upcoming APSC exams can apply online by visiting the official website which will be published soon. The candidate after clearing all the exams will get appointed to a different post with their state administrative department.

APSC to Hold Combined Competitive Examination for 794 post

APSC CCE Recruitment 2022

APSC CCE Recruitment 2022 : Check Upcoming Prelims Exam Dates of Assam Public Service Commission

The State Government has moved the APSC (Assam Public Service Commission) to conduct the CCE (Combined Competitive Examination)-2022 for 794 ACS, APS and allied services posts.

According to official sources, after approval from Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, the Personnel Department has sent a letter to the APSC to conduct the CCE for the recruitment of 794 posts of officers, including 86 ACS cadres, 66 APS cadres and 415 account officers in the Department of Finance. 

Official sources said that considering the proposal from the government, the APSC would issue the advertisement in July this year.

APSC Highlights 2022 :

Key highlights of the APSC exam that all candidates must know before filling APSC application form are mentioned below:

DescriptionDetails
OrganizationAssam Public Service Commission(APSC)
Jobs OfferedPost under Combined Competitive Examination (CCE)
Total Post794
Kind of JobsAssam Government Post
Selection criteriaPrelims, Mains and Interview
Payment ModeOnline

Assam Public Service Commission (APSC)

The Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) was created in the year 1951 under a Regulation namely The Assam Public Service Commission Regulations and Limitation of functions, 1951, notified vide No GGN.57/50/66 dt. 11th Aug., 1951. It was indeed one amongst the earliest Public Service Commissions. Like all other State Public Commissions, APSC also considers the holding of Combined Competitive  Examination  as its prime function.  Through this examination recruitment to the highest cadres of the State civil services is made. Currently a total  of  14 numbers  of  posts/cadres  are within the ambit  of  this  Examination.

The Combined Competitive Examination is conducted as per Assam Public Services  Combined Competitive Examination Rules-1989. This set of Rules provides  the details about the subjects, marks, duration of examination and syllabus for the Preliminary and Main Examinations. 

APSC : COMBINED  COMPETITIVE  MAIN  EXAMINATION AND RESULTS

At the time of declaration of results of Preliminary examination, the successful candidates are notified to fill up the prescribed application form within a specified date for Main examination. This application form is to be procured from APSC office  either directly or through internet on production of Admit Card. The candidates  are to deposit  the forms  in the APSC  office either  directly  or  indirectly.

The CC (Main) examination is held only in Guwahati in three or four Centres depending  on the number of candidates. The Security procedure for main Examination is same as  that of the Preliminary Examination. For the purpose  of  the Main Examination the centre Heads are declared as Supervisors. Each answer script bears a Serial No and contains fixed nos of pages. 

In case of request from candidates  for  additional  answer sheets, additional answer scripts are given containing a different serial no which is recorded in the specified place of the main answer  script  by the invigilator. At the end of the examination, answer scripts are collected and taken to supervisor’s room. There these are then packed. There are no specific sizes of the packets. These  packets  are then sealed in front  of  the supervisor.

APSC:  COMBINED COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION:  INTERVIEW

Interview is the third phase of the Combined Competitive Examination. Interview brings an end to the APSC’s direct interface with the candidates. At present Interview in CCE carries 200 marks while CCE Main examination carries 1400 marks Thus proportion of marks in Interview to the marks in main examination comes to around 14.28 percent.  In this context it is worth mentioning here that UPSC has scaled down this proportion to 12.2 percent.

The Kothari Committee in its Report made in 1976 had gone one step further to recommend that  the viva voce  test  should  carry only 300 out of a total of 3000 marks i.e. 10 per cent  only.   The  observation  of Hon’ble Supreme  Court  in Ashok Kumar Yadav and Ors. Etc vs State of Haryana And Ors. Etc. on 10 May, 1985 is worth mentioning here, “The percentage  of  marks  allocated  for the viva voce test by the Union Public Service  Commission  in case  of  selections  to the Indian Administrative Services  and other allied services is 12.2 and that has been found to be fair and just, as striking a proper balance between the written examination and the viva voce test. 

We would therefore direct that hereafter in case of selections to be made to the Haryana Civil Services (Executive Branch) and other allied services, where the competitive examination consists of a written examination followed by a viva voce test, the marks allocated for the viva voce test shall not exceed 12.2 per cent of the total marks taken into account for the purpose of selection. 

We would suggest that this percentage should also be adopted by the Public Service Commissions in other States, because it is desirable that there should be uniformity in the selection process throughout the country and the practice followed by the Union Public Service Commission should be taken as a guide for the State Public Service Commissions  to adopt  and  follow”

APSC Salary :

Now, if you have cleared the exam and are wondering, how much salary you will get after getting the desired position, you can find the details here.

The salary varies for various positions, so here is a list of the salary per annum of the different posts after clearing the APSC CCE :

Positions heldSalary Other allowances offered to State Government EmployeesGrade Pay
Civil ServicesRs.30,000 to 1,10,00013,300
Police ServicesRs. 30,000 to 1,10,00012,700
Superintendent of taxesRs. 30,000 to 1,10,00012,700
District Transport OfficerRs. 30,000 to 1,10,00012,700
Labor InspectorRs. 22,000 to 97,0009,100
Excise InspectorRs. 22,000 to 97,0009,100
Block Development OfficerRs. 22,000 to 97,00010,900
Assistant Employment OfficerRs. 22,000 to 97,0009,100
Taxes InspectorRs. 22,000 to 97,0009,100
Assistant Manager of IndustriesRs. 22,000 to 97,00011,500
Sub-RegistrarRs. 22,000 to 97,0009,100

So, these were all the expected salaries of the candidates who have been selected for the respective positions. It may vary from time to time, but the salary usually remains within the above mentioned ranges.

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