NPSC Recruitment 2022: NPSC stands for Nagaland Public Service Commission. It is a constitutional body that came into being in the year 1965 by the Government of Nagaland. NPSC takes initiative for conducting Civil Services examinations and Competitive Examinations to choose the eligible candidates on various reputed posts under civil services and departmental posts. The aim of NPSC is to conduct
competitive and civil examinations for appointing the right person to the posts under its jurisdiction. NPSC Recruitment 2022 is another chance for many looking forward to applying. Here are the deep details that may help you further:
Highlights-NPSC Recruitment 2022:
- Board of Organization: Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC)
- Job Category: State Government of India
- Designation: Assistant Professor, Lecturer, PGT, Research Associate
- Work Location: Nagaland
- Official Website: http://www.npsc.co.in
NPSC Recruitment 2022 Application Form:
- Go to the official website of NPSC. Go to the correct examination link.
- Click on the online application form for examination
- The application form will consist of Part 1 and Part 2.
- Fill all relevant personal information in Part 1
- Submit Part 1 and acquire a reference id.
- Go to part 2 of the application where candidates need to submit the relevant documents such as uploading photos, scanned signature, etc.
- Make a payment of the application fee and refer the official website to know the amount to be paid. Payment can be done via online or offline modes.
- Those who wish to pay through offline mode need to visit the SBI bank branches and get a challan document as an acknowledgment. After this, enter the same challan number in the ONLINE application form.
- Those who wish to pay through online mode can pay via internet banking/ credit or debit cards, etc.
Nagaland Public Service Commission Eligibility Criteria:
Before you apply for Nagaland Public Service Commission Recruitment 2022, it is crucial to go through the eligibility criteria mentioned below:
- Candidates must be the citizen of India
- Candidate must have done graduation successfully from some recognized university of India or some other equivalent qualification.
- If a candidate is possessed with any equivalent degree or 3-year qualification equivalent to graduation then he/she may also apply.
- Age criteria for General category applicants should be between 21 to 30 years as on 01-01-2022, however, there will be proviso of age relaxation (5 years) for reserved category entrants.
- Those who wish to apply for entering NPSC civil services cadre but currently serving in another government position, then there will be the benefit of age relaxation equal to the number of years they still spent in their service. (The maximum number of years in service should not go more than 5 years).
Those who successfully submit the application form will receive an admit card from the official website. This card contains information such as the candidate’s name, reference id, exam venue, duration, etc. If a candidate fails to bring the Admit Card to the exam center then-candidate won’t be permitted to enter the examination hall. Make sure to carry the photocopy of the admit card. Steps to download admit card:
- Visit the official website of NPSC.
- Check for the link indicating the proviso to download the admit card for NPSC.
- Enter details to login to the website.
- Take a print of the admit card for further use.
Syllabus and Exam Pattern for NPSC:
NPSC examination is divided into three stages and so is the syllabus: Exam will be commemorated in stages such as:
- Preliminary Examination
- Main Examination
Stage-1: Preliminary Examination:
The Preliminary exam will consist of one paper based on objective type (MCQ with OMR Answer Sheet) for 200 marks in the syllabus given below. This Examination will work as a screening test only and the marks acquired in the preliminary exam will decide the entry into Main Examination. However, the number of candidates moved to the main examination will be fixed according to the provisions mentioned in the recruitment rules.
Syllabus: Paper will appear in Multiple Choice Questions Type for 200 marks and time duration to complete paper will be 3 hours.
The subjects covered in the Preliminary Exam mentioned below:
- General Science: General appreciation and understanding of science, matters of everyday observation and experience expected of a well-educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline.
- History: Wide understanding of the subject in social, economic, political aspects, social and cultural heritage of India, unity in diversity.
- Nagaland: Social, cultural, and heritage of the people of Nagaland.
- Geography: Geography of India (physical, social, economic, geography and on the main features of Indian agricultural and natural resources)
- Indian Polity and Economy: India’s political, Executive, Judicial System, Local Bodies, Rural and Community Development, and Economic Planning in India.
- Indian National Movement: Deep information about Nineteenth-century resurgence, growth of nationalism, and gaining independence.
- General Mental Ability Test: Analysis of classified data, logical and behavioral reasoning, analogies, basic arithmetic, numerical ability and basic concept of Computer.
- Current events: Latest development in science and technology and environmental awareness.
Stage-2: Main Examination:
If the candidate successfully clears Stage 1 (Preliminary) will move to Main Examination which will be consisted of three papers:
(a) General Essay, Comprehension, and Grammar.
(b) General Studies Paper-I will appear in objective type (Multiple Choice Questions with OMR Sheet)
(c) General Studies Paper-II in descriptive form with a long and short answer type.
Note: All three papers will be for 200 marks.
General Essay, Comprehension & Grammar for 200 marks and time duration will be 3 hours
- There will be two General Essay Questions from the following topics:
- Crisis management, Social problems, Analysis, and solutions.
- Current events of national and international importance.
- Current events relating to the State of Nagaland.
- Comprehension for 80 marks
- Grammar for 20 marks
General Studies Paper – I (Multiple Choice Questions) for 200 marks and time duration will be 3 hours The questions will be based on the following:
- The modern history of India and Indian culture.
- Current events of national and international importance.
- Statistical analysis graphs and diagrams.
- Basic and everyday science.
- Nagaland in all aspects. The modern history of India and Indian culture will be consisted of broad history of the country from the middle of 19 century (the advent of European invasion) and will be consisted of questions on Gandhi and Nehru. Statistical analysis, graphs and diagrams will include exercises in order to test candidate’s ability to use common sense conclusions from information presented in a statistical, graphical and diagrammatical form and to point out deficiencies, limitations therein. Questions will be based on basic and everyday science that will be consisted of matters based on everyday observation and experiences of a modern man. General information on Nagaland may also be asked.
Paper-II (Descriptive) will consist of 200 marks for the duration of 3 hours.
- Indian polity and Public Administration.
- Indian economy and geography.
- Social problems and sensitive issues including environmental problems.
- Nagaland-geography, society, culture and heritage.
- Administration in Nagaland.
- Indian polity and Public Administration will include questions based on Constitution, administration and Political system in India.
- On the Indian economy and Geography, questions will be based on the planning, physical, economic and social geography of India.
- Social problems and sensitive problems include problems such as child labor, HIV/AIDS, gender bias, minorities, SC/ST, illiteracy, poverty, employment, etc. Global issues like environmental problems etc.
- Nagaland-geography, society, culture, and heritage
- Nagaland administration will include topics on general administration like organizational structure, local bodies, functions, control, social welfare-oriented programmes, etc.
Paper-II will consist of different segments of questions from 2 marks to 20 marks.
Stage 3- Interview:
The interview will be commenced to check the overall intelligence and the personality of a candidate. Also, the interview will help to test the aptitude and attitude relevant to the services are chosen for.
Important to Note: There will be a penalty for wrong answers. There will be a deduction of one-third marks assigned to that question.
Cut Off Marks:
Cut off marks will be released after the announcement of the examination. Those who score minimum qualifying cut off marks will be selected for further selection rounds. NPSC Nagaland Public Service Commission will be shortlisted the candidates as per the categories such as BC, ST, OC, and SC.
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Merit list will be revealed and those who score high marks in the Nagaland PSC Examination will be shortlisted in the Merit List 2020. To check the merit list, go to the official website enter your names and roll names.
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Given below are the steps to check Exam result:
- Go to the official website @ npsc.co.in.
- The homepage of the Nagaland Public Service Commission will appear.
- Various sections will be there towards the left side.
- Search for the Results and click on the link.
- Download the Result PDF.
- Save the result and seek print out for further use.