The Goa Public Service Commission (GPSC) has released an online recruitment notification at gpsc.goa.gov.in. As per the GPSC recruitment 2021, there are a total of 43 vacancies to be filled for various department such as directorate of animal husbandry and veterinary services, Goa medical colleges, directorate of museum, office of the commissioner of commercial taxes etc. interested candidates who meet the minimum eligibility criteria for GPSC recruitment 2021 can apply on or before February 26, 2021. Check more details related to the GPSC recruitment 2021 at official website.
GPSC Recruitment 2021: Number of Vacancies
There are a total of 43 vacancies for various post released under the GPSC recruitment 2021. The number of vacancies and posts are mentioned below-
|Post name||Number of vacancies|
|Lecture in Surgery||01|
|Director of Museum, by Transfer on Deputation||01|
|Lecture in Orthopedic Surgery||01|
|State Tax Officer||03|
|Technical Officer in the Administrative Reforms Department||01|
|Associate Professor in Architecture||03|
|Oral Pathology and Microbiology||01|
GPSC Recruitment 2021: Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria vary post-wise, for details candidates must download the notification from the official website.
GPSC Recruitment 2021: Application Fee
There is no application fee for applying for the GPSA vacancies for various posts.
GPSC Recruitment 2021: Steps to Apply
Candidates can follow the below-mentioned step to fill the registration for the GPSC vacancies.
- Go to the official website of Goa PSC –gpsc.goa.gov.in
- Candidates who are applying for the first time have to register by entering in the basic details
- Old candidates can directly click on the login section
- Login via credential id and password and proceed with the application process
- Fill the registration form and upload the required documents and photo
- Click on the submit button
Candidates are advised to preview all the details they mentioned before final submission. The last date to apply for the same is 26 February 2021.
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