MPSC Recruitment 2017 – Apply Online 408 Clerk-Typist Posts: Maharashtra Public Service Commission(MPSC) has released a notification for the recruitment of 408 Posts of Clerk-Typist(Marathi and English). Eligible & Interested candidates can apply through online on an official website “www.mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.in” from 6th April 2017 to 26th April 2017. The Candidate can apply for both the posts in a single Application Form. For complete details, check the notification once before applying.
MPSC Recruitment for 408 Clerk-Typist Posts Details
Name of Post – Clerk: Typist (Marathi and English)
Number of Posts – 408 MPSC Recruitment Posts
Name of Post and Number of vacancies:
Marathi – 370
English – 038
For General candidates – Rs.373/-
For Reserved candidates – Rs.273/-
For Ex-Servicemen – Rs.23/- for application fee through SBI challan or online.
Educational Qualification: Candidate must possess 10th/12th class from any recognized board.
Candidate must have knowledge of typing in Marathi or English.
Age Limit: Candidate should be minimum of 18 years and maximum of 38 years as on 1st August 2017.
For reserved category – 5 years
For PWD Candidates – 7 years
Job Location: Mumbai(Maharashtra)
Pay Scale: Rs.5200/- – Rs.20200/- (Grade Pay Rs.1900/- Per month)
Selection Process: selection process is based on Preliminary Examination, Main Examination, Typing Test.
How To Apply:
1.Candidate has to logon to an official website “www.mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.in”(For details, click on Official MPSC Advertisement 2017 – 18 Link)
2.Fill all details correctly and Upload your recent passport size photo and Signature.
3.Check the details once and make a payment online.
4.Then Click on submit button.
5.Take print out of Application form for future use.
Starting Date for the Submission of Online Application form – 6th April 2017
Closing Date for the Submission of Online Application form – 26th April 2017
Closing Date for the Payment of Fee in SBI – 26th April 2017
Date of Preliminary Examination – 11th June 2017
Date of Main Examination – 3rd September 2017
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