UPSC UPSC Recruitment for 11 Posts, Various Vacancies

UPSC Recruitment for 11 Posts, Various Vacancies

Vacancy No.(20070702525) Three vacancies for the post of Assistant Engineer (Quality Assurance) (Metallurgy), Directorate General of Quality Assurance, Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence (UR-03). The posts are suitable for Physically Challenged person viz. Deaf and Hard of Hearing/Locomotor Disability including Cerebral Palsy/ Leprosy Cured/ Dwarfism/Acid Attack Victims/ Muscular Dystrophy with disability i.e. Hard of Hearing (HH) or One leg affected (R or L) (OL) or One arm affected (R or L) (OA) or Leprosy Cured (LC) or Dwarfism (DW) or Acid Attack Victims (AAV). The posts are permanent. Pay Scale: Level-7 in the Pay Matrix as per 7th CPC. General Central Service, Group ‘B’ Gazetted, Non-Ministerial. Age: 30 years.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: (A) EDUCATIONAL: Master’s Degree in Science in one of the subjects viz. Physics, Chemistry (Inorganic) from a recognized University OR Bachelor’s Degree in Metallurgy Engineering from a recognized University or Institute. (B) EXPERIENCE: Two years practical experience in Production or Development or Quality Assurance in the fields of Metallurgy from recognized organization or undertaking. NOTE-: The qualifications are relaxable at the discretion of the Union Public Service Commission for reasons to be recorded in writing, in case of candidates otherwise well qualified.

DUTIES: The Officer shall be responsible for quality assurance, acceptance, inspection of equipments, arms and ammunitions stores; defect investigation, trials, vetting of draft indents/agreements/supply orders, sampling plans, liaison with production units, removal of bottlenecks and suggesting methods of improvement of quality.HQ: New Delhi. Any Other Conditions: Candidates has to serve in any of the establishments of Directorate General of Quality Assurance (DGQA) located all over India.

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