The Assam Public Service Commission came into existence on Ist April, 1937 in accordance with the provision of the Govt. of India Act, 1935 with Mr James Hezelett, a retired ICS officer from London, as its first Chairman. Till framing a new regulation in 1951, five more officers mostly retired ICS officer, held the office of the Chairman for different period after Mr James Hezelett. On India becoming Republic, the regulations of the Commission were framed by the Governor of Assam in exercise of the powers conferred by Article 318 of the Constitution of India and the same came into force w.e.f. Ist September 1951. Also in the same year the Assam Public Service Commission (Limitation of Functions) Regulation was promulgated in exercise of the powers conferred by the provision of clause II of Article 320 of the Constitution.
Assam Public Service Commission
Shri Kameswar Das, an educationist of repute of Assam, was the first non-official Chairman of the Commission after promulgation of the APSC Regulations 1951. He held the office till July 1952.
Detail about Assam Public Service Commission
|Organization name||Assam Public Service Commission|
|Information about||APSC 2016|
|Selection Procedure||Selection will be based on Written Test/Interview|
Applicants for the post require the education as Engineering Degree in Civil, Electrical & Mechanical.
The education concerning under the post is the M.Ch in Urology.
Selection Procedure: Candidates are to designate with the vacated positions after giving the attractive presentation in the written exam, viva voice, and physical test. The concluding processes having publicized for the complete selection is screening test and personal interview.
Registration Process: The registrations for the job need to make with the application that is to get downloaded from the authorized site of the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC). The application printed and filled with the valid detail is to attach with the necessary certificates before the final forwarding.
How to fill in the Answer Sheet and mark the response to question in the examination hall
- You should write with Black Ball Point Pen the name of the Examination, Subject, Examination Venue, Roll Number and date of examination in the space provided for the particular item. Don’t write Anything on the answer sheet except on the space provided.
- You should blacken the item in the Answer Sheet neatly and clearly with Black Ball Point Pen which you will be marking as your response corresponding to various item of the Question Booklet/ question paper.
A Specimen copy of the OMR Answer Sheet is enclosed herewith. Illustration for marking the answer is given below:
Supposing the following question is asked:-
The capital of Bangladesh is A.
Chennai B. London C. Dhaka D. Dhubri
You will have four alternatives in the Answer Sheet for your response corresponding to each question of the
question Booklet/ paper as below:
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