Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 for DSP/Tehsildar – 75 Posts Eligibility, Salary, Admit Card, Exam Date, and Full Notification – Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) has released the notification for Punjab State Civil Services Combined Competitive Exam 2020 (PSCSCCE-2020) for recruitment of officers as Punjab Civil Service (Executive Branch), Deputy Superintendent of Police, Tehsildar, Food Supply, and Consumer Affairs Officer, Block Development & Panchayat Officers, Assistant Registrar Co-Operative Societies, Labour and Conciliation Officer Employment Generation and Training Officer and Deputy Superintendent of Jails (Grade-II)/District Probation Officer (Jails). After completion of the examination process, the Commission shall send a list of the successful to the Government.
The candidates can apply for PPSC Civil Service Recruitment by Filling Online Application Form, a link of which is available on the website of the Punjab Public Service Commission www.ppsc.gov.in. The last date for submitting PPSC Punjab Civil Service Application is 30 December 2020. However, the last date for depositing the Application fees by system generated Fee Challan Form on or before 06 January 2021.
- 1 Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Notification Details
- 2 Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Vacancy Details
- 3 Pay Scale for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- 4 Eligibility Criteria for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- 5 Application Fee for Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020
- 6 Selection Process for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- 7 Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Exam Pattern:
- 8 Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020 Syllabus:
- 8.1 Punjab Civil Service Syllabus 2020 for Prelims
- 8.2 Punjab Civil Service Syllabus 2020 for Mains
- 9 How to apply for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- 10 Important Links to Apply for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- 11 A Quick FAQ to Apply for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- 11.1 What is the full form of PPSC?
- 11.2 When is the last date to apply for Punjab PCS 2020?
- 11.3 How many vacancies have been released this year for Punjab PCS 2020?
- 11.4 What is the selection process for the PPSC Exam?
- 11.5 What type of questions are given in the PPSC Preliminary Exam?
- 11.6 When is PPSC Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020 ?
- 11.7 What is the salary offered to PCS Officer?
- 11.8 What is the age limit to apply for PPSC?
- 11.9 Can a graduate apply for the PPSC 2020?
Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Notification Details
Punjab Public Service Commission has announced an online job notification for recruitment to the post of Punjab Civil Service (Executive Branch)/Deputy Superintendent of Police/Tehsildar/Assistant Registrar Co-Operative Societies/Others. There are 75 vacancies are to be filled for this posts. Interested candidates who are all eligible for this recruitment can apply on or before 30 December 2020. The educational qualification of the candidates must be Bachelor degree. The detailed eligibility and selection process are given below in detail.
|Organization||Punjab Public Service Commission|
|Exam Name||Punjab State Civil Service Exam|
|Online Registration||12th December to 30th December 2020|
|Category||Punjab Govt. Jobs|
|Prelims Exam Date||February 2021(tentative)|
Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Vacancy Details
|Post Name||Vacancy Details|
|Punjab Civil Service (Executive Branch)||20|
|Deputy Superintendent of Police||26|
|Food Supply and Consumer Affairs Officers||02|
|Block Development & Panchayat Officer||02|
|Assistant Registrar Co-Operative Society||04|
|labour and Conciliation Officer||01|
|Employment Generation & Training Officer||06|
|Deputy Superintendent Jails/District Probation Officer (Grade-II)||10|
Pay Scale for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- Punjab Civil Service (Executive Branch) – Rs.53,100/month
- Deputy Superintendent of Police – Rs.53,100/month
- Tehsildar – Rs.44,900/month
- Food Supply and Consumer Affair Officer – Rs.44,900/month
- Block Development & Panchayat Officer – Rs.44,900/month
- Assistant Registrar Co-Operating Societies – Rs.44,900/month
- Labour and Conciliation Officer – Rs.44,900/month
- Employment Generation and Training Officer – Rs.44,900/month
- Deputy Superintendent Jail/District Probation Officer – Rs.35,400/month
Eligibility Criteria for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
Educational Qualification for Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020
- The candidate should possess a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university or institution; Provided that the candidate may be permitted to take a preliminary examination while studying for the qualifying degree. However, the candidate shall be required to produce proof of qualifying the degree course for being eligible to take the Main Competitive Examination.
- No candidate shall be eligible for appearing in the Preliminary Competitive Examination unless he/she has passed the Matriculation Examination with Punjabi as one of the compulsory or elective subjects or any other equivalent examination in the Punjabi language, which may be specified by the Government from time to time.
Age Limit for Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020
|Employees of Govt. of India, Other state governments and the Punjab Government||Up to 45 years|
|For SC/ OBC in Punjab Police and Prison Services||Up to 33 years|
|For SC/OBC in other services||Up to 47 years|
|For widows, divorced and other categories of women||Up to 42 years|
|For physically handicapped of Punjab||Up to 47 years|
Application Fee for Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020
The start date for depositing the application fees started on 7th June 2020. You have to follow certain steps for the submission of the application fees.
- After the successful filling of the application form, select the mode of payment as Offline.
- Generate a fee payment challan for the PPSC2020 application fee.
- Visit any SBI branch to submit the fees before the final date of submission of the application fees.
|Category||Online Application Charges||Examination Fees||Total|
|SC/ ST/OBC of Punjab||500||625||1125|
|Ex-Servicemen of Punjab||5000||–||500|
|EWS Ex-servicemen Lineal Descendents of Punjab and all other such categories||500||2500||3000|
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Selection Process for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
The selection procedure to fill the posts in various departments of the Punjab Civil Services Exam 2020. The exam will be commenced in three different stages such as:
- Preliminary Examination
- Main Examination
Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Exam Pattern:
The examination will be conducted in two phases i.e. prelims and mains. The Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Exam Pattern for each is mentioned in the table below:
Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Preliminary examination
The prelims exam consists of 2 papers of 200 marks each. The papers will be of multiple type objective questions. Each paper will be of 2 hours duration. There is no negative marking in the prelims exam. The paper will be in English and Punjabi language. Refer the table below for more information:
|Papers||Subjects||No. of Qs||Marks for each Q||Maximum Marks|
|Paper I||General Studies||100||2||200|
|Paper II||Civil Services Aptitude Test(CSAT)||80||2.5||200|
Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Mains examination
Candidates clearing the prelims exam will be eligible for the PSCSCCE mains exam. The main exam will have 7 papers wherein descriptive questions will be asked. Each paper will be of 3 hours each. Candidates who opt for the Punjab Police Service and who qualify the Main Competitive Examination and interview will have to undergo a physical test. No candidate shall be eligible to appear in the interview unless he/she obtains 45% marks in the aggregate of all the papers. Refer the table below to know the PSCSCCE main exam pattern in detail:
|Punjabi (in Gurumukhi Script) Compulsory (of 10+2 Standard)||100|
|English Compulsory (of 10+2 standard)||100|
|General Studies Paper-I (History, Geography and Society)||250|
|General Studies Paper-II (Indian Constitution & Polity, Governance and International Relations)||250|
|General Studies Paper-III (Economy, Statistics and Security issues)||250|
|General Studies Paper-IV (Science & Technology, Environment, Problem Solving and Decision Making)||250|
Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020 Physical Test:
If you have applied for the post like Deputy Superintendent of Police and Deputy Superintendent of Jails (Grade-II)/ District Probation Officer (Jails) then candidates are required to go through various tasks like Race and for male candidates, it will be 1600 meters race: To be completed within 07 minutes 30 seconds (only one attempt) and for women, it will 800 meters race: To be completed within 04 minutes 45 seconds (only one attempt)
- Male candidates need to perform Long Jump at least 3.60 meters (Three attempts only) and for female candidates, it is 3.00 meters (Three attempts only)
- Male candidates need to perform High Jump for at least 1.15 meters (Three attempts only) and female candidates need to go through at least 1.00 meter (Three attempts only)
- Only male candidates need to perform Vertical Rope which will be 2.0 Meters climb from the ground (Three attempts only)
- Only female candidates Shuttle need to be done which includes running between two parallel lines 10 meters apart, five times in 20 seconds (one attempt only)
Papers will be descriptive and the duration for each paper will be 180 minutes. Visually impaired candidates will get an extra 30 minutes for each paper. All seven papers are mandatory to attempt.
Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020 Syllabus:
Punjab Civil Service Syllabus 2020 for Prelims
The PPSC Prelims exams consist of 2 papers of 200 marks each- Paper I(General Studies) and Paper-II(Civil Services Aptitude Test(CSAT). The PPSC Preliminary syllabus 2020 has been given below:
Prelims Paper 1
- States of matter, structure of atom, versatile nature of carbon. Acids, bases, salts, corrosion in metals, action of soaps. Life on Earth – evolution, marine & terrestrial life. Human body and life processes, nutrition, disease – its causes & prevention, infectious diseases, lifestyle diseases. Public health initiatives, mother and child health, immunisation & vaccination, HIV AIDS, TB, polio etc. Force-laws of motion & gravitation, Archimedes principle. Energy – kinetic & potential. Light – reflection & refraction – concepts and applications. Sound – propagation & reflection- concepts and applications. Electric current – concepts and applications. Computers and telecommunication – concepts and applications.
- Composition and structure of the atmosphere. Solar system – heat balance & temperature. Atmospheric circulation & weather system, water cycle. Climate change – fossil fuels, greenhouse gases, renewable energy, clean development mechanism, carbon credits. Water – oceans, rivers, glaciers, lakes, groundwater etc. Biodiversity & conservation. Soil – types, crops, food chain etc. Pollution and toxicity etc.
Political theory & international order:
- Basic concept of freedom, equality, social justice, rights & duties, citizenship, nationalism, secularism etc. United Nations and its organs/agencies, other international organisations like the World Bank, IMF, WTO, EU, G20, BRICS etc. and their role in World peace, trade & development.
- Basic features, provisions, schedules of the Indian Constitution, key amendments. Panchayati Raj. Elections – People’s Representation Act, electoral reforms. Rise of regionalism and coalition politics. Armed challenges to the Indian state since independence
History of India:
- The Indus valley civilisation. The Aryan and the Vedic age. Jainism and Buddhism. The Maurya Gupta periods. Advent of Islam and Sultanate period (political, social & cultural). The Bhakti Movement. The Mughals (political, social & cultural till Aurangzeb). The coming of the European Powers and the advent of the British rule. The Mutiny of 1857. The British rule and the Indian National Movement (1857-1947) World History: The Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution in Europe. The American Revolution 1776. The French Revolution 1789. The Russian Revolution 1917. World Wars I & II.
- Indian economic development (1950-1991) – key economic policies, public sector dominance, bank nationalisation etc. Five year plans – key goals and main achievements. Liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation era since 1991 – key policies, decisions and results. Performance of Indian economy since 1991 – Growth, fiscal & revenue deficits, trade, commerce & balance of payments, inflation, growth of service sector. Key challenges and responses – agriculture and food security, industrialisation, poverty alleviation & employment, rural & urban infrastructure, social sector – health, education etc.
- Population – distribution, density, growth and comparison. Migration – types, causes and consequences. Human development. Human settlements. Land resources and agriculture. Water resources. Mineral and energy resources. Manufacturing industries. Planning and sustainable development in India. Transport and communication. International trade. Geographical perspective on selected issues and problems.
Current events of national and international importance.
- Related to the State of Punjab, and the country.
- a) Geography: Geographical and agro-climatic regions, rivers, water resources, sharing of waters, demographics, human development indices
- b) People, Society and Culture: Major personalities in history of Punjab, religious movements, major religions & spiritual personalities, Punjabi literature, folklore, performing arts, fine arts and crafts
- c) History: Sufis, saints and gurus, Lodhis and Mughals, Sikh rulers, the British period, nationalist movement in Punjab, Punjab in independent India.
- d) Economy: Agriculture, animal husbandry, industrial & service sectors, major occupations, development & economic growth, public finance (including central-state fiscal issues), public sector institutions, cooperatives etc.
Prelims Paper 2 (Civil Services Aptitude Test)
- 1.Reading comprehension; Punjabi and English language comprehension, antonyms and synonyms, grammar and sentence formation.
- 2. Interpersonal skills including communication skills
- 3. Logical reasoning, analytical and mental ability
- 4. Basic numerical skills; numbers, magnitudes, percentages, numerical relation appreciation
- 5. Data analysis; Graphic presentations, charts, tables, spreadsheets.
Note: The topics listed in the syllabus are only indicative for the general guidance of the candidates and cannot be deemed as a final list.
Punjab Civil Service Syllabus 2020 for Mains
The PPSC Main Exam consists of 7 papers- English, Essay, Punjabi, General Studies I, General Studies II, General Studies III, and General Studies IV. All the paper marks make up to a total of 1350 marks. The PPSC Syllabus for Mains has been given below:
Paper 1: General English language
- Vocabulary and grammar
- Verbs, idioms, and tenses
- Phrase corrections
- Sentence completion
- Paragraph writing
- Precis writing
Paper 2: General Punjabi language
- Essay writing
- Letter writing
- Grammatical concepts
- Language quotes and explanations
- Descriptive writing
- Paragraph and precis writing
Paper 3: General Essay
The General Essay Section will be for a total of 150 marks. Candidates will be required to write three short essays in English or Punjabi on specified topics. The choice of subjects will be given. They will be expected to keep close to the subject of the essay to arrange their ideas in an orderly fashion and to write concisely. Credit will be given for content value, effective and exact expression.
General Studies 1
HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY AND SOCIETY
Section- 1: HISTORY
- 1. 1 History of the world : Events from 18th century; industrial revolution, world wars, redrawing of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization, political philosophies like Communism, Capitalism, Socialism etc. -their forms and effect on society.
- 1. 2 Indian culture- Salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times.
- 1.3 Modern Indian history from the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- significant events, personalities and issues.
- 1.4 Socio-religious reform movements with special reference to Punjab.
- 1.5 The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of the country with special reference to Punjab.
- 1.6 Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country. 1.7 History of Punjab:
- 1.7. 1 Ranjit Singh’s rise to power, civil and military administration and relations with the British. The annexation of Punjab with special reference to the causes and consequences of the Anglo-Sikh wars.
- 2.1 Physical Geography: Salient features of the world’s physical geography. Distribution of key natural resources across the world (including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent); factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries in various parts of the world (including India)
- 2.2 Important Geophysical phenomena such as earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, cyclone etc., geographical features and their location changes in critical geographical features (including water-bodies and icecaps) and in flora and fauna and the effects of such changes.
- 2.3 Geography of Punjab:
- 2.3. 1 Physiographic details of Punjab; Geomorphic features of Punjab, Punjab’s strategic location with reference to International Border;
- 2.3. 2 Crops of Punjab; Modern concepts of Farming; Problems faced by agriculturists/ Issues in Agriculture: Depletion of ground water, etc:
3.1 Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India.
3.2 Role of women and women’s organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues, urbanization, their problems and their remedies
3.3 Effects of globalization on Indian society
3.4 Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism & secularism
3.5 Ethics and Society: Essence, determinants and consequences of Ethics in human actions; dimensions of ethics; ethics in private and public relationships.
- 6 Human Values – Role of family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values; lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders and reformers- Gautam Buddha, Mahavira, Kabir, Guru Nanak; Swami Vivekananda, Jyotibha Phule, Ishwar Chandra Vidya Sagar and Mahatma Gandhi.
3.7 Vulnerable sections of the population – Welfare schemes by the Centre and State of Punjab and their performance; Mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for their protection and betterment.
3.8 Issues relating to the development and management of Social Sector- Health, Education, Human Resources; Issues relating to Poverty and Malnutrition.
INDIAN CONSTITUTION & POLITY, GOVERNANCE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Section-1: INDIAN CONSTITUTION & POLITY
- 1.1 Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure.
- 1.2 Functions and responsibilities of Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges therein.
- 1.3 Separation of powers between various organs; Dispute redressal mechanisms and institutions.
- 1.4 Comparison of the Indian constitutional scheme with that of other countries
- 1.5 Parliament and State Legislatures – structure, functioning, the conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these.
- 1.6 Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary; Ministries and Departments of the Government; pressure groups and formal/informal associations and their role in the Polity.
- 1.7 Salient features of the Representation of People’s Act.
- 1.8 Appointment to various Constitutional posts; Powers, functions and responsibilities of various Constitutional Bodies
- 1.9 District Administration – Evolution of District Administration; Panchayati Raj Institutions and Urban Local Bodies.
- 2.1 Statutory, regulatory and various quasi-judicial bodies
- 2.2 Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation; Development processes and the development organizations- the role of NGOs, SHGs, donors, charities, institutional and other stakeholders
- 2.3 Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability, e-governance- applications, models, successes, limitations and potential; citizens charters, transparency & accountability and institutional and other measures; Role of civil services in a democracy; Changing trends in Governance 2.4 Values and Ethics in Governance- Ethical concerns and dilemmas in government and private institutions; laws, rules, regulations and conscience as sources of ethical guidance; accountability and ethical governance; strengthening of ethical and moral values in governance; ethical issues in international relations and funding.
- 2.5 Probity in Governance: Concept of Governance; Philosophical basis of governance and probity; corporate governance; Information sharing and transparency in government, Right to Information, Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct, Citizen’s Charters, Work culture, Quality of service delivery, Utilization of public funds, challenges of corruption.
Section-3: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
- 3.1 India and its neighborhood- relations;
- 3.2 Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests;
- 3.3 Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, Indian Diaspora
- 3.4 Important International institutions, agencies and fora- their structure and mandate.
Note: The candidates are expected to be aware of the current developments related to the topics mentioned above.
ECONOMY, STATISTICS AND SECURITY ISSUES
Section-1: Indian Economy
- 1.1 Issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment; sustainable development; Inclusive growth and issues arising from it; Government Budgeting;
- 1.2 Major crops, cropping patterns in various parts of the country, different types of irrigation and irrigation systems; storage, transport and marketing of agricultural produce- issues and related constraints; e-technology in the aid of farmers; Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; Technology missions; economics of animal rearing.
- 1.3 Public Distribution System- objectives, functioning, limitations, revamping; issues of buffer stocks and food security;
- 1.4 Food processing and related industries in India- scope and significance, location, upstream and downstream requirements, supply chain management
- 1.5 Land reforms in India; Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth.
- 1.6 Infrastructure- Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc; Investment models
- 1.7 Human Resource Development:
- 1.7.1 Importance of Human capital in economic development
- 1.7.2 Nature, types and problems of unemployment in India, Trends of Employment in India, Skill development and demographic dividend
- 1.8 Punjab Economy: Planning- various aspects of developmental planning; Industry; Infrastructure.
Section-2: Statistical analysis, graphs and diagrams
This part will test the candidate’s ability to draw conclusions from information presented in statistical, graphical or diagrammatic form and to interpret the same.
Section-3: Issues related to Security
- 3.1 Linkages between development and spread of extremism;
- 3.2 Role of external, State and non-State actors in creating challenges to internal security; Challenges to internal security through communication networks; role of media and social networking sites in internal security challenges,
- 3.3 Basics of cybersecurity; money-laundering and its prevention;
- 3.4 Security challenges and their management in border areas; linkages of organized crime with terrorism.
- 3.5 Various Security forces and agencies and their mandate
Note: The candidates are expected to be aware about the current developments related to the topics mentioned above.
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT, PROBLEM-SOLVING & DECISION MAKING
Section-1: Science and Technology
- 1.1 Science and Technology
- 1.1.1 Developments and applications of science and technology and their effects in everyday life
- 1.1.2 Achievements of Indians in science & technology; indigenization of technology and developing new technology.
- 1.1.3 Recent developments in the fields of IT, Space, Computers, robotics, nanotechnology, etc.
- 1.1.4 Issues relating to intellectual property rights.
- 1.2 Modern Trends in Life Sciences
- 1.2.1 Progress of Agricultural Science and its impact– Introduction to Biotechnology and its applications; Veterinary and Animal Sciences- latest developments.
- 1.2.2 Introduction to and applications of Genetic Engineering & Stem Cell Research
- 1.2.3 Human Diseases and Microbial infections; Common infections and preventive measures; preventive measures during outbreaks; Immunity and vaccination
- 2.1 Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, Issues related to Climate change; environmental impact assessment
- 2.2 Water management- Issues in India; Present scenario, Methods and importance of water conservation
- 2.3 Definition, nature, types and classification of disasters
- 2.4 Natural Hazards: Floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, etc., Risk reduction and mitigation measures
Section-3: Situations in Civil Service -Problem Solving and Decision Making
- Tackling situations of Natural disasters/ Major Accidents/ Law and order, Controlling riots, Handling public protests and dharnas, Land Acquisition and Rehabilitation, Designing Projects, Implementation of National Flagship Schemes/ Programmes, Public-Private Partnership ineffective service delivery, Managing and financing Municipal services e.g. Solid waste management, Conservation of natural resources- water, forests, etc, Pollution control, Reviving a loss-making PSU, Planning and target achievement, Gender sensitization and women empowerment, Empowerment of vulnerable sections of the society, Improving Education and Enhancing Skill development, Urban settlement-Slums and Housing issues, Managing Issues related to Urban/ Rural drinking water supply and sanitation, etc.
Note: A duly structured situation will be presented to the candidates and they will be asked to analyze and suggest their own solution to the problem arising out of the situation.
How to apply for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
- Click on the official link, provided below.
- Click on the Apply link given on the page. A registration link will open up in the new window.
- Click on New Registration in the application window.
- Provide personal credentials like name, parents’ name, date of birth, email id, mobile number etc.
- Click on the submit button to the completed online registration form of Punjab PCS.
- After the Registration, a Registration ID and a password will be sent to your mobile no. and email id.
- Login with the provided Registration ID, date of birth, and password to complete registration for Punjab PCS 2020.
- Upload your photograph and signature following the requisites mentioned below.
- Upload scanned image of passport size photo (size-20 to 50 Kb) and signature (10 to 20 Kb) in JPEG format.
- After uploading the photograph and signature the candidates will be required to verify the details. Preview and verify the application form carefully.
- Lastly, pay the required application fee online.
Important Links to Apply for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) has proposed applications for recruitment to various officials posts in various department in Punjab state. The eligible and interested candidates are advised to apply for the posts through official website ppsc.gov.in from 12th December to 30th December 2020. The total number of vacancies released by the authority is 75 vacancies that are released for various posts for which the written exam will be conducted in February 2021 (tentatively). The recruitment will be conducted through Prelims, Mains, and Interview. The interested candidates can go through the complete notification and apply for the recruitment if they satisfy the eligibility criteria.
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A Quick FAQ to Apply for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020
What is the full form of PPSC?
Punjab Public Service Commission
When is the last date to apply for Punjab PCS 2020?
The last date to apply for Punjab PCS is 30th December 2020.
How many vacancies have been released this year for Punjab PCS 2020?
A total of 75 vacancies have been released for Punjab Civil Service Recruitment 2020.
What is the selection process for the PPSC Exam?
The selection of the candidate is based on three stages in total-Preliminary Examination, Mains Examination, Interview.
What type of questions are given in the PPSC Preliminary Exam?
Multiple Choice Questions/Objective Type question is given in the Preliminary Examination
When is PPSC Punjab Civil Service Exam 2020 ?
The Exam Is Tentatively Scheduled In The Month Of February 2021.
What is the salary offered to PCS Officer?
The salary varies according to the post of the candidate. The average salary ranges between INR15000 to INR39000 per month with an additional of INR6000 which includes various bills and expenses.
What is the age limit to apply for PPSC?
The candidates must be between 21- 37 years of age to be eligible for the PPSC examination.
Can a graduate apply for the PPSC 2020?
Yes, a candidate who graduated in any discipline with a minimum of 3-years of bachelor’s degree or equivalent is eligible to apply for PPSC examination.