UPPSC Recruitment 2021: Public Service Commission Invited Applications for Recruitment to 1370 Posts in Polytechnic

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UPPSC Recruitment 2021: Under the Department of Technical Education, Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission has again sought applications for recruitment to 1370 posts of Principal, 13 of Principal in Government Polytechnic, 1254 of Spokesperson of various subjects, 16 of Workshop Superintendent and 87 of Librarian. All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) had amended the recruitment rules for these posts.

The government canceled the old advertisement and wrote a letter to recruit afresh. Due to which the commission had canceled the advertisement issued in 2017-18 on 7 September. Three years ago 1261 posts were advertised. But in between, the requisition of 109 posts came even more. Including these posts along with the previously advertised posts, fresh online applications have been sought for 1370 posts.


According to Jagdish, Secretary of the Commission, only candidates of 35 to 50 years of age can apply for Principal and 21 to 40 years for other posts. The detailed advertisement will be released on Wednesday.

Applications till October 15, examination on December 12,
online applications for 1370 posts will start from Wednesday. The examination fee will be deposited through online mode by October 12 and the last date for submission of the online application is October 15. The tentative date of the written examination is 12th December.

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Ignoring overage candidates will be the root of the dispute The
commission canceled the polytechnic recruitment after three years from the start. Overaged candidates were ignored in the advertisement released on Tuesday. In such a situation, those who applied three years ago and are now being deprived of it can become the root of the dispute.


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