UPSSSC Applications for 420 Job Vacancies in Homeopathic Pharmacist Post

The UPSSSC (Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission) has started the application process for the general recruitment of Homeopathic Pharmacist Competitive Exams 2019. If you are willing to take the exam, you can go to their official website and apply there. The last date for the registration of the exam will be on March 18, 2019. After the process of the registration is done, all candidates can change the mistakes that are present on their application forms until 25 March 2019.

The UPSSSC said that there are 420 Job Vacancies in total, in which 412 of them are with the State Homeopathic Hospitals and 8 are with the State Homeopathic College and Hospital.

The age limit for the job post is 21 years old and should not be older than 40 years old. Candidates are asked to check the detailed notice that is available on their official website for the relaxation regarding the upper age limit.

All candidates are required to have passed the 12th Class or an Intermediate in the stream of Science. Also, all candidates are required to have completed a 2-year diploma in Homeopathic Pharmacist and must have 3 months of training as a Homeopathic Pharmacist.

All the candidates are also required to be registered with the Homeopathic Medicine Board of Uttar Pradesh.

The EWS reservation that was introduced recently is going to be used in this recruitment, the candidates can find the details about this on their official website.

The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission can conduct a preliminary and the main exam in selecting the candidates. The exams for the vacancies can also be done in an online or offline mode. The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission is set to announce further details in the selection process in the upcoming days.

 

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