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The Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) has invited online applications for recruitment to the post of Executive Assistant. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for the vacancies at the official website @upenergy.in
The examination is tentatively scheduled to be conducted in the second week of October.
The online application process for UPPCL Executive Assistant Recruitment 2022 will start from August 19, 2022. Here is the brief information about UPPCL Executive Assistant Recruitment 2022 like eligibility, pay scale and other relevant details.
UPPCL Recruitment: Important dates of recruitment
UPPCL Recruitment: Executive Assistant Vacancies Details
|Starting date of online application
||August 19, 2022
|Last date for online application
||12th September, 2022
||Second week of October (tentative)
According to the recruitment advertisement number 09/VSA/2022/EA, a total of 1,033 posts of Executive Assistants are to be recruited. Out of this, 416 posts are unreserved i.e. general category. While 278 are reserved for OBC NCL, 216 for SC, 20 for ST and 103 for Economically Weaker (EWS) category candidates.
UPPCL Recruitment: Pay Grade
Candidates from other states can also apply for unreserved category posts. The finally selected candidates for the post of Executive Assistant will get salary ranging from Rs 27,200 to Rs 86,100 as per Pay Matrix Level-04. Interested candidates have to submit applications on upenergy.in before the last date 12th September.
UPPCL Recruitment: Eligibility Criteria
Applicant candidates should be graduate in any discipline from any recognized university or equivalent. Minimum computer typing speed of 30 words per minute in Hindi. Refer notification for detailed educational qualification details for Executive Assistant post.
Selection Process for UPPCL Executive Assistant
Selection in Executive Assistant Recruitment will be based on the performance of the candidates in Computer Based Test and Skill Test. The Computer Based Test will consist of 04 parts consisting of 180 objective-type multiple choice questions. There will be a total of 180 marks for 180 questions and there will be a negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong/wrong answer.