SELECTION PROCESS

Sl. No. Name of the Post Selection Procedure
1. Nurse - A (Female / Male) Written Examination + Skill Test
The written examination will be OMR based or Computer Based Test(CBT)
2. Pathology Lab Technician (Scientific Assistant/B)
3. X-Ray Technician (Technician/C)
4. Operation Theatre Assistant (Technician/B)
5. Pharmacist/B
6. Assistant Grade - 1 (HR)
7. Assistant Grade - 1 (F & A)
8. Assistant Grade - 1 (C & MM)
9. Steno Grade - 1
10. Driver-cum-Pump Operator-cum-Fireman-A Physical Standard Test + Physical Assessment Test & Driving Test + Written Examination
NOTE : A CANDIDATE HAS TO QUALIFY AT EACH STAGE OF PRESCRIBED SELECTION PROCESS FOR FINAL EMPANELMENT

I. Selection Process for Paramedical Posts

Nurse - A (Female / Male), Pathology Lab Technician (Scientific Assistant/B), X-Ray Technician (Technician/C), Operation Theatre Assistant (Technician/B), Pharmacist/B

I.1 Written Examination

The written examination will be OMR based or Computer Based Test (CBT)
The Written Examination will be in two stages (Stage-1 & Stage-2)
  1. Stage-1 - Preliminary Test (1 Hour Duration)
  2. Stage-2 - Advanced Test (2 Hours Duration)
Stage-1 – Preliminary Test : It will be a screening examination to be held to shortlist candidates. The format of screening examination shall be common for all disciplines and will be in following format:
  1. Examination will comprise 50 multiple choice questions (Choice of four answers) of 01 (one) hour duration in the following proportion :
  2. 1. Mathematics - 20 Questions
    2. Science - 20 Questions
    3. General Awareness - 10 Questions
  3. 03 (Three) marks to be awarded for each correct answer and 01 (one) mark to be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  4. Tests may be conducted in single / multiple sessions depending upon logistics requirements.
  5. Qualifying Standards : The qualifying standards shall be as follows :
    General Category (UR) / EWS – 40% marks, SC / ST / OBC / PwBD – 30% marks (applicable if vacancy exist in relevant reserved category).
    Accordingly, the General Candidates / EWS < 40% marks and the candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC / PwBD with < 30% marks will be screened out for Stage-2.

Stage-2 – Advanced Test [Test will be of 02 (two) hours duration]
  1. All candidates screened in Stage-1 to undertake an advanced test in their respective trade applicable for the post.
  2. The Test will be of 02 (two) hours duration.
  3. The level of questions will be related to their qualifying academic / professional / technical qualification.
  4. The Test will comprise 50 Multiple choice questions (Choice of four answers) with 03 (Three) marks to be awarded for each correct answer and 01 (one) mark to be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  5. Qualifying Standards : The qualifying standards shall be as follows :
    General Category (UR) / EWS – 30% marks, SC / ST / OBC / PwBD – 20% marks (applicable if vacancy exist in relevant reserved category).
    Accordingly, the General Candidates / EWS < 30% marks and the candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC / PwBD with < 20% marks will be screened out for Stage-3.
    A merit list of candidates will be prepared after Stage-2 based upon scores obtained in Stage-2 only.
    In the event of a tie, following criteria shall be adopted in sequence for deciding position in merit list :
    1. Candidates with lower negative marks in Stage-2 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    2. Candidates with higher marks in Stage-1 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    3. Candidates with lower negative marks in Stage-1 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    4. Candidates with higher positive marks in mathematics in Stage-1 is placed higher.
    5. Candidates with higher positive marks in Science in Stage-1 is placed higher.
    Candidates to undertake the Preliminary and Advanced Test on the same day. Preliminary Test may be carried out in the morning session and the advanced test for candidates screened in for Stage-2 to be carried out in the afternoon / evening session.

I.2 Skill Test (Stage-3)

1. Based upon the merit list prepared after Stage-2, candidates in each trade to be shortlisted for Skill Test.
2. The skill test will be of qualifying nature on Go / No Go basis.
3. The number of candidates shortlisted for Skill Test would depend upon the number of candidates qualifying for Stage-2 but will not exceed 5 times the number of vacancies for each post.
4. Candidates clearing the Skill Test to be shortlisted and empanelled in order of merit based on marks secured in Stage-2.

II. Selection Process for Non - Technical Posts

Assistant Grade - 1 (HR), Assistant Grade - 1 (F & A), Assistant Grade - 1 (C & MM), Steno Grade - 1

II.1 Written Examination

The written examination will be OMR based or Computer Based Test(CBT)
The Written Examination will be in two stages (Stage-1 & Stage-2)
  1. Stage-1 - Preliminary Test (1 Hour Duration)
  2. Stage-2 - Advanced Test (2 Hours Duration)
Stage-1 – Preliminary Test
  1. It will be a screening examination to be held to shortlist candidates. The format of screening examination shall be common for all the non-technical cadres. In keeping with the minimum educational qualification of graduation as per the Recruitment Norms, the questions will be of Graduation level.
  2. Examination will comprise 50 multiple choice questions (Choice of four answers) of 01 (one) hour duration in the following proportion:
  3. 1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs - 25 Questions
    2. Computer Knowledge - 15 Questions
    3. English - 10 Questions
  4. The Test will be of 01 (one) hour duration for a maximum 150 marks.
  5. 03 (Three) marks to be awarded for each correct answer and 01 (one) mark to be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  6. Tests may be conducted in single / multiple sessions depending upon logistics requirements.
  7. Qualifying Standards : The qualifying standards shall be as follows :
    General Category (UR) / EWS – 40% marks, SC / ST / OBC / PwBD – 30% marks (applicable if vacancy exist in relevant reserved category).
    Accordingly, the General Candidates / EWS < 40% marks and the candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC / PwBD with < 30% marks will be screened out for Stage-2.

Stage-2 – Advanced Test
  1. All candidates screened in Stage-1 to undertake an advanced test.
  2. The Test will be of 02 (two) hours duration for a maximum of 150 marks.
  3. The test will comprise 50 Multiple choice questions (Choice of four answers) from the following syllabus:
    Quantitative Aptitude - 25 Questions
    Critical Reasoning - 25 Questions
  4. 03 (Three) marks to be awarded for each correct answer and 01 (one) mark to be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  5. Qualifying Standards : The qualifying standards shall be as follows :
    General Category (UR) / EWS – 30%, SC / ST / OBC / PwBD – 20% marks (applicable if vacancy exist in relevant reserved category).
    Accordingly, the General Candidates / EWS < 30% marks and the candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC / PwBD with < 20% marks will be screened out for Stage-3
    A merit list of candidates will be prepared after Stage-2 based upon scores obtained in Stage-2 only
    In the event of a tie, following criteria shall be adopted in sequence for deciding position in merit list :
    1. Candidates with lower negative marks in Stage-2 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    2. Candidates with higher marks in Stage-1 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    3. Candidates with lower negative marks in Stage-1 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    4. Date of birth of the candidates
    Candidates to undertake the Preliminary and Advanced Test on the same day. Preliminary Test may be carried out in the morning session and the advanced test for candidates screened in for Stage-2 to be carried out in the afternoon / evening session.

II.2 Skill Test (Stage-3)

1. Based upon the merit list prepared after Stage-2, Candidates will be shortlisted for Skill Test.
2. The number of candidates shortlisted for Skill Test would depend upon the number of candidates qualifying for Stage-2 but should not exceed 5 times the number of vacancies for each post.
3. Skill test for Assistant Grade - 1
  1. Typewriting Test in English on Personal Computer (PC); and
  2. Computer Proficiency Test
4. Skill test for Steno Grade - 1
  1. Typewriting Test in English on Personal Computer (PC);
  2. Computer Proficiency test; and
  3. Stenography test
Preference will be given to those candidates who possess knowledge of Hindi Typing / Hindi Stenography .
The Skill tests will be of qualifying nature only on GO / No Go basis
5. Candidates clearing the Skill Test to be shortlisted and empanelled in order of merit based on marks secured in Stage-2.

III. Selection Process for Driver-cum-Pump Operator-cum-Fireman-A Post

III.1 Physical Standard Test

Physical Standards
No deformity
Height :165 cms. (minimum)
Weight :50 Kgs (minimum)
Chest :81 cms. (normal)
Chest :86 cms. (expansion)
Vision : 6/6 without wearing glasses or any other aid. Night blindness / Colour blindness shall be a disqualification.

III.2 Physical Assessment & Driving Test

Sl. No. Details of the Test Upto 40 years Between 40-45 years Between 45-50 years
1. Should be able to run 100 meters 25 seconds 28 seconds 30 seconds
2. Should be able to lay 4 lengths of hoses each 15 meters long from the appliance 3 minutes
Upto 3 Min. - 10 marks
Between 3-4 min. - 8 marks
Between 4-5 min. - 6 marks
More than 5 min. - No marks
4 minutes
Upto 4 Min. - 10 marks
Between 4-5 min. - 8 marks
Between 5-6 min. - 6 marks
More than 6 min. - No marks
5 minutes
Upto 5 Min. - 10 marks
Between 5-6 min. - 8 marks
Between 6-7 min. - 6 marks
More than 7 min. - No marks
3. Should be able to climb on extension ladder of 10 mtrs length and come down twice in 2 minutes
Upto 2 Min. - 10 marks
Between 2-3 min. - 8 marks
Between 3-4 min. - 6 marks
More than 4 min. - No marks
3 minutes
Upto 3 Min. - 10 marks
Between 3-4 min. - 8 marks
Between 4-5 min. - 6 marks
More than 5 min. - No marks
4 minutes
Upto 4 Min. - 10 marks
Between 4-5 min. - 8 marks
Between 5-6 min. - 6 marks
More than 6 min. - No marks
4. Should be able to carry a person of approximately his own weight by the fireman’s lift method over 25 mtrs 3 minutes
Upto 3 Min. - 10 marks
Between 3-4 min. - 8 marks
Between 4-5 min. - 6 marks
More than 5 min. - No marks
4 minutes
Upto 4 Min. - 10 marks
Between 4-5 min. - 8 marks
Between 5-6 min. - 6 marks
More than 6 min. - No marks
5 minutes
Upto 5 Min. - 10 marks
Between 5-6 min. - 8 marks
Between 6-7 min. - 6 marks
More than 7 min. - No marks
5. Should be able to do push ups 20 continuously – 10 marks
(Proportionate for less nos.)
15 continuously – 10 marks
(Proportionate for less nos.)
12 continuously – 10 marks
(Proportionate for less nos.)
6. Should be able to run 1.6 km in 10 minutes
Upto 10 Min. - 10 marks
Between 10-11 min. - 8 marks
Between 11-12 min. - 6 marks
More than 12 min. - No marks
12 minutes
Upto 12 Min. - 10 marks
Between 12-13 min. - 8 marks
Between 13-14 min. - 6 marks
More than 14 min. - No marks
14 minutes
Upto 14 Min. - 10 marks
Between 14-15 min. - 8 marks
Between 15-16 min. - 6 marks
More than 16 min. - No marks
7. Rope / Vertical pipe climbing 3 meters . - 10 marks
Between 2.5-3 meters - 8 marks
Between 2-2.5 meters - 6 marks
Below 2 meters - No marks
NA NA
Note :
  1. Qualifying in test at Sr.No.1 is compulsory, failing which the candidate is unfit for recruitment and further tests need not be carried out.
  2. The qualifying percentage marks required for the tests from Sr.No.2 to Sr.No.7 (taking equal weightage) put together shall be 90% and above on an average.
  3. Physical Assessment Test / Physical Endurance Test applicable for the candidates between 45-50 years shall also be applicable for the candidates beyond 50 years.
  4. Candidate has to qualify the driving test.
Note :
  1. Applicants shall indicate their physical standard i.e. Height, Weight, Chest size, vision in the appropriate column of the online application form. The applications in which these columns are not filled will be rejected as incomplete application.
  2. Those who clears the above Physical Standard, Physical Assessment & Driving Test shall be allowed for appearing for the Written Examination [Stage-1 (Preliminary Test) and Stage-2(Advance Test)].

III.3 Written Examination

The written examination will be OMR based or Computer Based Test (CBT)
The Written Examination will be in two stages (Stage-1 & Stage-2)
  1. Stage-1 - Preliminary Test (1 Hour Duration)
  2. Stage-2 - Advanced Test (2 Hours Duration)
Stage-1 – Preliminary Test : It will be a screening examination to be held to shortlist candidates. The format of screening examination shall be common for all disciplines and will be in following format:
  1. Examination will comprise 50 multiple choice questions (Choice of four answers) of 01 (one) hour duration in the following proportion :
  2. 1. Mathematics - 20 Questions
    2. Science - 20 Questions
    3. General Awareness - 10 Questions
  3. 03 (Three) marks to be awarded for each correct answer and 01 (one) mark to be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  4. Tests may be conducted in single / multiple sessions depending upon logistics requirements.
  5. Qualifying Standards : The qualifying standards shall be as follows :
    General Category (UR) / EWS – 40% marks, SC / ST / OBC – 30% marks (applicable if vacancy exist in relevant reserved category).
    Accordingly, the General Candidates / EWS < 40% marks and the candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC with < 30% marks will be screened out for Stage-2.

Stage-2 – Advanced Test [Test will be of 02 (two) hours duration]
  1. All candidates screened in Stage-1 to undertake an advanced test in their respective trade applicable for the post.
  2. The Test will be of 02 (two) hours duration.
  3. The level of questions will be related to their qualifying academic / professional / technical qualification.
  4. The Test will comprise 50 Multiple choice questions (Choice of four answers) with 03 (Three) marks to be awarded for each correct answer and 01 (one) mark to be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  5. Qualifying Standards : The qualifying standards shall be as follows :
    General Category (UR) / EWS – 30% marks, SC / ST / OBC – 20% marks (applicable if vacancy exist in relevant reserved category).
    Accordingly, the General Candidates / EWS < 30% marks and the candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC with < 20% marks will be screened out for Stage-3.
    A merit list of candidates will be prepared after Stage-2 based upon scores obtained in Stage-2 only.
    In the event of a tie, following criteria shall be adopted in sequence for deciding position in merit list :
    1. Candidates with lower negative marks in Stage-2 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    2. Candidates with higher marks in Stage-1 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    3. Candidates with lower negative marks in Stage-1 to be placed higher on the merit list.
    4. Candidates with higher positive marks in mathematics in Stage-1 is placed higher.
    5. Candidates with higher positive marks in Science in Stage-1 is placed higher.
    Candidates to undertake the Preliminary and Advanced Test on the same day. Preliminary Test may be carried out in the morning session and the advanced test for candidates screened in for Stage-2 to be carried out in the afternoon / evening session.

Wait List (Applicable for all the posts)

A wait list containing equal number of candidates as in the select main list shall be prepared, displayed and operated only in the event of occurrence of a vacancy caused by non-joining of the candidate from the select list within the stipulated time allowed for joining the post or where a candidate joins the post but resigns or dies within a period of one year from the date of joining, if a fresh panel is not available by that time. Wait list however, will not be operated beyond one year or after notification of such recruitment, whichever is earlier.


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