Online Applications are invited for recruitment to the following posts under different departments under Govt, of NCT of Delhi.
Post Code:- 18/21
Number of Vacancies:- (Total-24)- (EWS-03, UR-12, OBC-05, SC-03, ST-01) including PwD(OH-02)
Educational Qualification:- Essential:- 1) Matric or equivalent from a recognized Institution.
2) Training in Upvaid/ Bheshja Kalpak course of not less than 02 years from a Government Organization or from a Government recognized Institution.
Pay Scale:- Rs Rs. 5200-20200+ Grade Pay 2800/- Group: ‘C
Age Limit:- Upto 18-27 years, Age Relaxation will be given as per the table at para 6.
This post is identified suitable for PwD (OL, BL) candidates as per requisition of user department.
Post Code:- 19/21
Number of Vacancies:- (Total-14)- (EWS-01, UR-05, QBC-04, SC-03, ST-01) including PwD(OH-01)
Educational Qualification:- Essential:- 1) Matric or equivalent from a recognized Institution. 2) Diploma in Unani Pharmacy of not less than 02 years from a Government Organization or from a Government recognized Institution.
Pay Scale:- Rs. 5200-20200+ Grade Pay 2800/- Group: ‘C
Age Limit:- Upto 18-27 years, Age Relaxation will be given as per the table at para 5.
This post is identified suitable for PwD (OL, BL) candidates as per requisition of user department.
Post Code:- 20/21
Number of Vacancies:- (Total-44)- (EWS-02, UR-19, OBC-12, SC-04, ST-07) including PwD(OH-04)
Educational Qualification:- 1. 10+2 with Science Subject. 2. Diploma in Homoeopathy Pharmacy of not less than 02 years from a Government Board / Institution.
Pay Scale:- Rs. 5200-20200+ Grade Pay 2800/- Group: ‘C’
1. The candidates must apply Online only. No other mode of application shall be accepted.
2. The candidates must read the INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING ONLINE carefully, which are available at dsssbonline.nic.in (when candidate login for filling up of applications) before filling up Online Application Form for the post(s) concerned.
3. Benefit of reservation for various categories i.e. SC/ST/OBC/EWS$ etc, shall be given as per the policy of Govt, of NCT of Delhi.
4. The successful candidates will be required to submit legible Self attested copies of the documents, Admit Card containing signature of the Invigilator (used in examination) along with the hard copy of printout of online application form in OARS at the time of verification of documents (any information contained in the attached certificates shall not be considered unless it is claimed in the application form).
5. The centers for holding the examination will be in Delhi/NCR only.
6. The candidates must carry in original Aadhaar Card/ any other Govt, issued Identity proof to the examination centre, failing which they shall not be allowed to appear for the examination.
1. EXAMINATION FEES AND MODE OF PAYMENT : Rs 100/- (One Hundred only)
a) Women candidates and candidates belonging to Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe, P.W.D. & Ex-serviceman category
are exempted from paying Application fee.
b) Ex-servicemen who have already secured employment in civil side under Central Government /Government of NCT of Delhi or its Autonomous /Local Bodies on regular basis after availing of the benefits of reservation given to ex-servicemen for their re-employment are NOT eligible for fee concession.
c) The candidates submitting their application online should pay the requisite fees only through SBI e-pay, Other mode of payment will not be considered and the application of such candidates will be rejected out rightly and payment made shall stand forfeited.
d) Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.
2. MODE OF SELECTION :The selection shall be made through One Tier / Two Tier examination scheme and Skill Test wherever applicable.
DSSSB will conduct One Tier and Two Tier Examination for the post codes as per examination scheme given in Annexure-I. However, DSSSB reserves the right to change/amend the examination scheme, if so required, any time before the examination.
(i) The Examination questions will be bilingual (Hindi & English) except for the Language papers which would be in the language concerned only.
(ii) There is no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of Answer Sheets/Answer Scripts in respect of the examinations conducted by DSSSB.
(iii) The DSSSB reserves the right to cancel/withdraw any question/questions from the Test.
(iv) The Board has fixed the minimum qualifying marks for different categories (UR/SC/ST/OBC/P.W.D/EXSM) vide notice No. F.4(130)/P&P/13/DSSSB/20-33 dated 26/04/2013, in order to achieve qualitative selection and to recruit the best talent available and the same is available on the website of the Board, however, cutoff marks for selection in different categories may go higher depending upon the marks obtained by the candidates and number of vacancies.
(v) The Board makes provisional selection of the candidates on the basis of information provided in the application and documents/certificates provided by the candidate at the time of submission of document / e-dossiers and recommend the same to the indenting/user department. Further the Appointing Authority i.e. the indenting/user department verifies and satisfies itself about the authenticity of documents/certificates and eligibility as per the Recruitment Rules and as per Government of India instructions issued in this regard vide MHA OM No. 2/29/54-RPS, 19/11/1954 before finally appointing the candidate(s). Therefore, the provisional selection of a candidate does not confer upon him/her any right of appointment unless the Appointing Authority is satisfied, after such inquiry as may be considered necessary, that the candidate is suitable in all respects for appointment to the post.
(vi) In case of combined examination for more than one related posts the preference order of the posts by the candidate will be obtained at the time of document verification/e-dossier.
(vii) In case of Combined Examination of common posts, the result of earlier post code Notified earlier shall be processed first.
(viii) If there are two or more candidates in the same category having equal marks in the examination:
I. In case of One /Two Tier Technical Posts:-
(a) Candidate securing more marks in subject specific section is to be placed higher in merit;
(b) In case where the marks mentioned at (a) above are also equal, the candidate senior in age is to be placed higher in merit.
(c) In case where the dates of birth are also the same, the candidate whose first name comes first in Alphabetical order (in English) is to be placed higher in merit.
II. In case of Non-technical / General Posts:-
(a) Candidate senior in age is to be placed higher in merit.
(b) In case where the dates of birth are also the same, the candidate whose first name comes first in Alphabetical order (in English) is to be placed higher in merit.
(ix) Candidates may apply for more than one post codes but The Board may hold the examinations of two or more different post codes on the same day and candidate shall have to opt to take the examination of any one post code only.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :
(i) The candidate must be a citizen of India.
(ii) The educational qualification, age, experience etc. as stipulated in advertisement shall be determined as on the closing date of submission of application.
(i) Reservation benefits will be available to the EWS/SC/ST/OBC/PwD & other special category candidates in accordance with the instructions / orders / circulars issued from time to time by the Govt, of Delhi.
(ii) Candidates who wish to be considered against reserved vacancies and /or to seek age relaxation, must be in possession of relevant certificates (EWS/SC/ST/OBC/Non Creamy layer/PwD/Educational/Experience etc.) issued by the competent/notified authority (in prescribed format) on or before the cutoff date (closing date of advertisement) otherwise their claim for any category will not be entertained and their applications will be considered against Un-reserved (UR) category vacancies, if eligible otherwise. The candidate has to select that particular category when applying online for the Post. No request for change of Category will be entertained at any later stage.
(iii) Only OBC (Delhi) candidates notified by Govt, of NCT of Delhi vide letter/order No. F.19(10)/2001/S-ltl/Pt.File/2278- 2285 dated 27/07/2007 and No. F.19(01)/2012/S.IV/1241-1258 dated 28/07/2016 will be given the benefit of reservation/age relaxation under OBC category. OBC (Outside) candidates will be treated as Un-reserved candidate and they must apply under UR category. The OBC candidates must be in possession of non-Creamy layer certificate, along with his/her caste certificate.
(iv) Only following two types of certificates will be accepted as valid certificates for grant of benefit of reservation to OBCs:-
(A) OBC certificate (Delhi) issued by the Revenue Department of GNCT of Delhi, on the basis of a old certificate issued to any member of individual’s family from GNCT of Delhi.
(B) OBC certificate issued by a competent authority outside Delhi to a person belonging to a community duly notified as OBC by GNCT of Delhi. This certificate should have mandatorily been issued on the basis of OBC certificate issued by Govt, of NCT of Delhi to a family member of the concerned person who had been residing in Delhi before 08/09/1993.
(v) A Candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC who is selected on the same standard as applied to general category candidates and who appears in the general merit list is treated as own merit candidate. Such candidate is adjusted against unreserved point of the reservation roster. Only such SC/ST/OBC candidates who are selected on the same standard as applied to general candidates shall not be adjusted against reserved vacancies. In other words, when a relaxed standard is applied in selecting an SC/ST/OBC candidate, for example in the age limit, experience, qualification, permitted number of chances in written examination, extended zone of consideration larger than what is provided for general category candidates, etc., the SC/ST/OBC candidates are to be counted against reserved vacancies. Such candidates would be deemed to be unavailable for consideration against unreserved vacancies.
SC/ST : 05 years
OBC : 03 years
PwD : 10 years
PwD + SC/ST : 15 years
PwD. + OBC : 13 years
Departmental candidate with at least three years continuous service. (These instructions are applicable only to Central Government Civilian Employees including Employees of Govt, of NCT of Delhi) : Up to 40 years of age (45 years for SC/ST, 43 years for OBC) for Group ‘C post (which are in the same line or allied cadres) as per DoP&TO.M. No. 15012/2/2010-Estt,(D) dated 27th March, 2012
Meritorious Sports Persons (Only for Group ‘C’ posts) : Up to 05 years (10 years for SC/ST and 08 years for OBC candidates)
Ex-Servicemen Group B & C (Non- Gazetted) : Period of Military service plus 3 years
Disabled Defence services personnel (Group “C”) : 45 years (50 years of SC/ST, 48 years for OBC)
Widows/ divorced women/ women judicially separated and who are not re-married : For Group C Post: –
Up to the age of 35 years (up to 40 yrs for SC/ST & 38 for OBC)
(Note:- The above age relaxations will be regulated as per DOPT Guidelines.)
(i) Any specific age relaxation provided in the Recruitment Rules for posts of MCDs, NDMC and Autonomous Bodies of Government of Delhi shall be applicable in respect of those particular posts.
(ii) In Recruitment Rules of the posts of MCDs, NDMC and Autonomous bodies of Government of Delhi; wherever it is mentioned that age relaxation shall be given as per Government of India instruction, the age relaxation given here-in-above shall be applicable.
(iii) An Ex-serviceman who has already secured employment under the Central Government/Delhi Govt, or its autonomous/local bodies in Group C and D will be permitted the benefit of age relaxation as prescribed for ex-servicemen for securing another employment in higher grade or cadre in Group C and D, However, such candidate will not be eligible for benefit of reservation.
(iv) In case of physically handicapped/Person with Disability, relaxation in age-limit shall be applicable irrespective of the fact whether post is reserved or not, provided the post is identified suitable for persons with disabilities.
(v) If a person with disability is entitled to age concession by virtue of being a Departmental employee, concession to him/her will be admissible either as a ‘person with disability’ or as a ‘Departmental employee’ whichever may be more beneficial to him/her.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES
(i) The vacancies advertised are provisional and liable to vary (increase or decrease). In case the vacancy position is reduced to any number or even nil by the user department, Board is not liable to compensate the applicant for any consequential damage/ loss. Further, vacancies in respect of PH/ PwD candidates are liable to vary (increase or decrease) subject to provisions of RPwD Act 2016.
(ii) The DSSSB reserves the right to cancel or modify the advertisement or part of it at any stage. The number of vacancies is provisional and subject to change.
(iii) The Board reserves the right to cancel a part or entire process of examination or a part of it due to administrative reason(s) and in case of unfair means, cheating or other irregularities/ malpractice noticed by the Board. The Board also reserves the right to cancel or set up a new examination centre and divert the candidates to appear at that examination centre if required.
(iv) The Board reserves the right to cancel any centre of exam and ask the candidates of that centre to appear at another centre. The Board also reserves the right to direct candidates of any centre to some other centre to take the Exam. No request for change in date, time and centre of exam will be accepted under any circumstances.
(v) The Board reserves the right to change or make amendment in the examination scheme, given in Annexure- I, any time before the examination, if so required.
(vi) The candidature of the candidate to the Examination is entirely provisional and subject to the outcome of any direction/ decision/ order/ pronouncement of any Court of Law and mere issue of Admit Card or appearance at Examination does not entitle him/her to any claim for the post.
(vii) Abbreviations used are denoted as under:
EWS-Economically Weaker Sections, UR-Unreserved (General), SC- Scheduled Caste, ST- Scheduled Tribe, OBC- Other Backward Classes, PwD-Person with Disability, OH-Orthopedically Handicapped, VH- Visually Handicapped.
(viii) The educational qualification, age, experience and other eligibility conditions against the post shall be determined as on the closing date of online submission of application.
(ix) Use of Calculator, Laptop, Palmtop, other Digital Instrument/ Mobile/ Cell phone. Pager/ electronic watches and any metallic items etc. is/ are not allowed. In case any candidate is caught/ found to be in possession of any gadget/instrument, he/ she would be debarred from the examination and legal proceedings shall also be initiated against the candidates.
(x) The candidates are instructed to follow the following dress code while appearing for DSSSB Exam.
(a) Light clothes with half sleeves not having big buttons, brooch/badge, flower etc. with Salwar/ Trouser.
(b) Slippers, sandals with low heels. Shoes are not allowed.
(xi) Candidates are advised not to bring any of the above gadgets in the examination centre as no arrangements for keeping or for security of these items would be available at the centers.
(xii) In case there is any discrepancy among the English, Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi version of advertisement/ information, the English version will be treated as final.
(xiii) If there is any inaccuracy or any discrepancy in filling OMR Sheet, their OMR sheets will not be evaluated.