read the instructions carefully before filling the application form

Closing Date, Vacancies, Fee and Mode of Payment

A.

CLOSING DATE :

1.

Complete application form should be addressed by post to The Secretary,  Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board, Post Box No. 9030, Shahdara Post Office, Delhi 110 032 by the closing date announced separately. The Board will not be responsible for any postal delay whatsoever. Application forms received after the closing date will not be entertained under any circumstances.

2.

Candidates should note that the Board will in no case be responsible for non receipt of their application or any delay in its receipt on any account whatsoever. Applications received after the prescribed closing date will not be entertained under any circumstances and all such applications received after closing date will be summarily rejected.

B.

 NUMBER OF VACANCIES/ RESERVATION :

The number of vacancies are indicated in the advertisements in leading Newspapers. The Board reserves the right to modify and/or change the number of vacancies without assigning any reason whatsoever. Additional vacant positions in equivalent/ comparable posts may also be filled through this announcement. The reservation will be provided for SC/ ST/ OBC/EXS/OPH/D&D/VH category as per rules/ instruction issued by the Govt. from time to time.

C.

ABBREVIATIONS :

The Abbreviations in this announcement and the application form used are : GNCT of Delhi- Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi UR - Unreserved (General) candidate, SC-Schedule Caste, ST-Schedule Tribe, OBC-Other Backward classes, VH. Visually Handicapped person, D&D-Deaf & Dumb, PH(O)-Physically Handicapped (ORTHO) EXS-Ex Serviceman, SP-Meritorious Sport Person, WID.-Widow, DIVOR.-Divorcee, GOVT. EMP.- Government Employee.

D.

FEE AND MODE OF PAYMENT :-

 1.

Candidates shall have to pay a non-refundable fee of Rs. 100/- for Group ‘B’ Post & Rs. 50/- for Group ‘C’ Post in favor of the Secretary, Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board. 2. The fee will be payable by way of crossed India Postal Order(s) in favor of Secretary, DSSSB payable at Krishna Nagar Head Post Office, Delhi-110 051. No other form of payment will be accepted by the Board. 3. Separate fee shall be paid by the candidates for applying for each post code.

Note:1  Indian Postal Order must have been issued after the date of publication of this advertisement and should not be later than the last date of submission of the application form. 2. No fee is to be paid by the candidates belonging to SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen and Physically Handicapped Persons. 3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.

ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS  

A.

GENERAL :

1.

The eligibility conditions are indicated in the advertisements in newspapers which are subject to conditions and relaxations and are usually determined by the Educational Qualification, Professional Experience if required, Age Limit, Category etc. of the candidate, as on the closing date of receipt of application forms.

2.

Before submitting the application form, the candidate must carefully read the eligibility conditions of the post(s) applied for and satisfy himself that he fulfills all the eligibility conditions. The Board does not undertake any scrutiny of the applications before the examination and all applicants except those applicants whose applications are summarily rejected, are allowed to appear in the examination and their eligibility is verified only after the examination. Accordingly merely because a candidate has been allowed to appear in the examination will not be considered as a ground for his being eligible for the post(s) applied for. The admission at all the stages of recruitment for which a candidate is admitted by the Board, will be provisional subject to his satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions for the posts applied for. If on verification at any time during the recruitment process and thereafter, it is found that he does not fulfill any of the eligibility conditions, his candidature will be cancelled by the Board without giving any notice whatsoever.

3.

Any dispute with regard to this recruitment will be subject to Courts/ Tribunals having jurisdiction over National Capital Territory of Delhi.

B.

NATIONALITY/ CITIZENSHIP :

A Candidate must be a Citizen of India or a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility to this effect has been issued by Government of India.

C.

EDUCATIONAL AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS :

 1.

The educational and other qualifications are indicated in advertisements in newspapers.  Please read them carefully.

D.

AGE LIMITS AND RELAXATION :

 1.

The age limits are mentioned in advertisements in newspapers.  Please read them carefully.

2.

Age Relaxation for SC/ST and OBC : The age limits are relaxable for SC/ST applicants upto 5 years and for OBC applicants upto 3 years.

3.

Age relaxation for Ex-serviceman :

The age relaxation for Ex-serviceman are allowed in accordance with the orders issued by the Government of India form time to time and they shall be allowed to deduct military service from their actual age and such resultant age should not exceed the prescribed age limit by more than three years.

Note:1  Ex-Serviceman who have already joined a Government post in civil side after availing of the benefit given to them as Ex-servicemen, for their re-employment are also eligible for the age concession. However, such candidates will not be eligible for the benefit of reservation as ex-servicemen or for fee concession.

Note:2  Defence disabled personnel of the qualified service upto 3 years (8 years for SC/ST, 6 years for OBC candidates) in excess of prescribed age limits, subject to the condition that they would not be allowed to avail of larger number of chances in respect of receipts that is permissible to any candidates under normal age limit.

Note:3  This relaxation in upper age limit is applicable only to Commissioned Officers including ECOs and SSCOs as have been released from military service either a) On completion of assignment otherwise by way of discharge or b) On account of Physical disability attributable to military service or c) On invalidment after putting in atleast 5 years military service.

Note:4  The relaxation in upper age limit is not available to serving Commissioned Officers.

Note:5  Age concession is not admissible to the son(s)/ daughter(s) and dependents of Ex-Servicemen and belonging to backward class.

4.

Age relaxation for Government Servants :

Upto 5 years for Government Servants (10 years for candidates belonging to SC/ST and 8 years for persons belonging to OBC) or in accordance with the instructions/ orders issued by the Government of India from time to time. Candidates claiming to belong to the category of Central/ State Government servants and thus seeking age relaxation under this provision should produce a certificate from his employer to the effect that he is a Government Servant as on the opening date of this announcement for the post. No candidate will be allowed age relaxation under this provision unless he produces the requisite certificate along with his application for the recruitment to the post.

Note : The departmental candidates with 3 years of continuous services for recruitment to the posts which are in the same line or allied cadre, the relaxation will be provided as per instructions/ orders issued by Govt. of India from time to time with further relaxation of 5 year in age for SC/ST candidates and 3 years for OBC candidates.

5.

Age relaxation for Physically Handicapped (PH) Persons :

For all the posts the upper age limits will be relaxed upto 10 years for Physically Handicapped persons. (In case Physically Handicapped persons belonging to SC/ST and OBC categories, the upper age limit will be relaxable upto 10 years over and above the relaxation of 5 years and 3 years admissible to them as SC/ST and OBC candidates respectively.)

6.

Age relaxation for all posts for widows, divorced women and women judicially separated from their husbands and who are not remarried, will be to extent upto age of 35 years (40 years for member of SC/ST and 38 years for member of OBC person a) who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person having spouse living, or b) who having a spouse living has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person shall be eligible for appointment provided that Government may, if satisfied that such marriage is permissible under the personal law applicable to such person and the other Party to the marriage and there are other ground for doing so exempt a candidate from the operation of this condition.

7.

Age relaxation for meritorious sportsperson is upto 5 years (10 years for SC/ST candidates and 8 years for OBC candidates).

8.

Age Relaxation for other categories not specified here will be in accordance with instructions of Government of India issued from time to time.

E.

OTHER CONDITIONS :

1.

The benefit of reservation is being given only to those SC/OBC candidates whose state of origin is N.C.T. of Delhi in terms of the conditions laid down in the circular No. BC/2025/2/76-SCT(I) dated 22.03.77 of M.H.A. Govt. of India. Other state SC/OBC certificates even if issued by G.N.C.T. of Delhi do not entitle candidates to seek reservation against a reserved post.

2.

Candidates who are Government employees or otherwise should note that in case a communication is received from their employer by the Board withholding permission to the candidates applying for the examination(s), their applications shall be rejected/candidature shall be cancelled.

F.

MEDICAL FITNESS AND EXAMINATION :

A candidate must be in good mental and physical health and free from any physical defects likely to interfere with the efficient discharge of his official duties. A successful candidate who, after such medical examination as may be prescribed by the competent authority is found unfit with these requirements, will not be appointed. Only such successful candidates will be considered for appointment who are found as medically fit by the prescribed medical Board.

FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM

A.

 FILLING OF APPLICATION FORM :

1.

A candidate should go through the advertisement very carefully so as to ensure that he is eligible in all respects for this examination before filling his application form.

2.

Application Form must be filled in by the candidate in his/her own handwriting with a blue ball point pen only.

3.

Application Form may be filled either in Hindi or in English. No other language will be accepted by the Board.

4.

The candidate must write his/her name as it appear in the Matriculation Certificate and if a candidate has change his/her name or dropped/ added part of his/her name after Matriculation/SSC/Higher Secondary/Graduation. He/She will be required to submit an attested copy of Notification to the effect that he/she has changed his/her name after Matric, etc.

5.

The date of birth mentioned in the application form must be same as in the Matriculation Certificate.

 6.

All applicable columns of the application form must be filled correctly and no applicable column should be left blank.

7.

The candidate must ensure that caste/ category filled by him in the application form and in the OMR answer sheet is the same. If a candidate appears in the examination by filling wrong caste/ category, either in his/her application form or OMR answer sheet, his/her candidature is liable to be cancelled, without any notice.

B.

ENCLOSURES :

The candidates are required to enclose the following documents along with their Application Form.

  1)

Indian Postal Order of Rs. 100/- for Group ‘B’ Post & Rs. 50/- for Group ‘C’ Post as indicated in sub-section D of section-I

2)

A self-addressed post card for acknowledgment with a stamp worth Rs. 3/- pasted on it.

3)

One copy of recent passport size photograph pasted in the application form at the specified space duly attested by Gazetted Officer.

4)

Photocopies of certificate/ Diploma/Degree in support of claim regarding Age, Educational Qualification, Professional Qualification, Experience, Caste/Category & Disability, etc. duly attested by Gazetted Officer.

C.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM :

1.

The envelope containing the application form must be superscribed in bold letter as “APPLICATION FOR THE POST(S) OF ............AND POST CODE NO. .................”

 2.

The Application Form must be submitted in the prescribed format. A candidate may utilise in original the Application Form published in the newspaper. He may use photo copy/ print Application Form also as long as the format and size of application forms remains the same as published. The announcement along with the application form can also be down loaded from the web site http://www.dsssb.gov.in

3.

 One envelope should contain Application Form of one candidate only.

4.

A candidate should submit separate Application Form for each post code applied for in response to this announcement. The Candidature of the applicant may be cancelled if he/she violates this instruction.

5.

A candidate should send his application form duly filled in, addressed to the Secretary, Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board, Post Box No. 9030, Shahdara Post Office, Delhi 110 032 by POST ONLY.

6.

A candidate is required to submit along with his application form, photocopies of certificates, Diploma/ Degree in support of his claim regarding Age, Educational Qualification, Professional Qualification, Experience, Caste/ Category & Disability etc. duly attested by Gazetted Officer.

 7.

A departmental candidate may send his application directly to the Board after intimating to his Head of Office/ Department and need not send another copy through proper channel. However, in case he decides to send a copy through proper channel, he must ensure that the application is complete in all respects and reaches the Board by the closing date. Application, incomplete in any respect will be rejected.

8.

Application form will be summarily rejected at any stage of the recruitment process, if the same does not conform to the official format/having incomplete information/misrepresentation of facts/ unsigned/submitted without fee where due/without an attested photograph pasted at the appropriate space/ submitting more than one application form for one post code, and not received by the closing date.

D.

 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CARD :

 1.

The Board will acknowledge the receipt of application form of a candidate by way of an acknowledgment card. Enclose a post card with a postal stamp of Rs. 3/- pasted on it with application for acknowledgment and furnish the following details on it :

(a) Name of post applied for (b) Post code number (c) Name of candidate  (d) Date of Birth (e) Details of IPO enclosed and  (f) The date of posting the Application Form

2.

In case of non-receipt of admit card to the examination, a candidate is required to produce this acknowledgment card for consideration for issue of a duplicate Admit Card.

E. 

 CHANGE OF ADDRESS:

Any change of address given in the application form should at once be communicated to the Secretary of the Board clearly indicating name, date of birth, father’s name, the Advertisement Number, Post code Number, Name of the post applied, and Identification number/Roll number given by Board, if any.

MODE OF SELECTION

The mode of selection usually includes any one or more of the following :  Written Tests/Examinations, Professional Practise Tests, Proficiency Tests, Skill Tests and Personal Interviews etc. as and where necessary. The Board, at its discretion, can design the structure of the selection process, and use critical data such as Educational Qualifications, Work Experience, Examination Marks, as criteria to determine eligibility or may take recourse to preliminary screening of the candidates. The Board shall also conduct specific Practical Tests, Health Tests, Oral Tests, as and when deemed necessary.

A.

If the number of applications received in response to the advertisement(s) is too large and it is not convenient or possible for the Board to interview all the applicants, the Board may restrict the number of applicants to a reasonable limit on the basis of either qualifications and experience higher than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement or on the basis of experience higher than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement in the relevant field, or by holding a screening test. The applicants should, therefore, mention all the qualifications and experience in the relevant fields over and above the minimum qualification and should attach the attested copies of the certificates in support thereof.

B.

The Date, Time and Venue of written test/practical test/skill test and interview when ever applicable will be decided by the Board at its administrative convenience and intimated to the concerned candidates.

 C.

Examination Centre :

All the examination centres would be limited to Delhi/New Delhi only. No change in examination centre will be made in any circumstances. Note : 1) The Board may at its discretion hold re-examination as and when necessary. 2) The Board reserves the right to cancel the exam held at any centre and ask the candidates of that centre to appear from another centre. 3) The Board also reserves the right to divert candidate of any centre to some other centre to take examination.

MISCONDUCT :

Action against Misconduct :

 1.

 Candidates are warned that they should not furnish any particular that is false or suppress any material information in filling up the application form. Candidates are also warned that they should not correct or alter or otherwise tamper with any entry in a document or its attested/certified copy submitted by them nor should they submit a tampered/fabricated document. If there is any inaccuracy or discrepancy in such documents or their attested/certified copies, an explanation regarding this discrepancy should be submitted. A candidate who is or has been declared by the Board to be guilty of : 1. Makes any attempt(s) by any means in the matter of influencing the Board in the selection process. 2. impersonating, or 3. submitting fabricated document or document which has been tampered with, or 4. making a statement which is incorrect or false or suppressing material information or, 5. resorting to any other irregular or improper means in connection with his candidature for the selection, or 6. using unfair means during the test, or 7. writing irrelevant matter including obscene language or pornographic matter, in the script(s), or,    8. misbehaving in any other manner in the examination hall, or 9. harrassing or doing physical harm to the staff employed by the Board for the conduct of the test, or, 10. taking away question booklet/answer sheet with him from the Room Centre of the Test or passing it on to an unauthorised person during the conduct of the test, or 11. violation of any of the instructions issued to candidates in his/her admit card, or 12. attempting to commit or, as the case may be, abetting other candidate(s) of all or any of the acts specified in the above clauses, will render himself liable to : (a) be disqualified by the Board from selection for which he/she is a candidate of, and/or (b) be debarred either permanently or for a specified period and/or (i) by the Board, from any examination or selection held by them, and/or (ii) by the Government from any employment under them, and/or (c) if he/she is already in service under Government to recommend disciplinary action under the appropriate rules and/or, (d) institute criminal proceedings in a  court of law against him/her.

The Board does not appreciate any form of canvassing by any candidate in  support of his candidature. The Board views any form of canvassing very seriously. The Board may not only cancel the candidature of a candidate who resorts to canvassing in any form but may also debar such candidate from appearing in examinations conducted by the Board for a specified period or altogether. The candidate is, therefore, advised in his own interest not to resort to any form of canvassing in support of his candidature.

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