Union Public Service Commission (UPSC Recruitment 2021 for Assistant Executive Engineer (AEE) Vacancy), is now inviting Online Recruitment Application ORA for the Selection of Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) Posts. More Details Regarding this post like Registration Fees, Application procedure, Important Dates, Essential Qualification, Field Related Experience, etc. are given below in detail:
Name of Post
Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil)
Total No of Posts
BE/ B. Tech in Civil Engineering from a recognized University or equivalent with Three years of experience in planning, construction, and execution of Civil Engineering Projects for UPSC Assistant Executive Engineer Recruitment 2021.
Upper Age Limits: Upper Age limit is 35 years as of the last date of online application. The Maximum Age is relaxable for SC/ST Applicants up to 5 years & up to 3 years for OBC Applicants in respect of vacancies reserved for them for UPSC Recruitment 2021.
Examination Fee: Applicants are required to pay a Registration Fee of Rs. 25/- (Rupees Twenty five) only. No Application fee for SC/ ST/ Women/ PwBD Applicants of any community for UPSC Assistant Executive Engineer Recruitment 2021.
General/ EWS/ OBC Applicants
SC/ ST/ PwBD/ Women Applicants
How to Apply
Applicants Required must apply online through the Official Portal www.upsconline.nic.in. Applications received through any other Plateform would not be accepted & summarily rejected.
Closing Date for Submission of Online Application Through (ORA) UPSC Website:
THE Last Date for Printing of Completely Submitted Online Application is Up to:
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Eligible & Interested Applicants Shortlisting through the test OR/And interview. The category-wise minimum level of suitability in interviews, irrespective of whether the Shortlisting is made only by interview or by Recruitment Test followed by an interview, will be UR/EWS-50 marks, SC/ST/PwBD-40 marks, OBC-45 marks, out of the total marks of an interview being 100.