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DRDO CEPTAM-10/A&A Selection Process:
The Selection Procedure of the Exam will be as follows:
1. Tier-I (CBT)
2. Tier-II (Trade/Skill/Physical Fitness/Descriptive in Nature and Capability Test, wherever applicable
Exam Pattern for DRDO CEPTAM-10/A&A Posts:
According to Table-2 of this section, the selection procedure will consist of Tier-I (CBT) and Tier-II (skill/physical fitness and capability tests, as appropriate):
I) The Tier I (CBT) Score may be normalised as needed.
ii) Only objective type, multiple choice questions will be included in the Tier-I (CBT) examination.
iii) Hindi and English will be used as the exam’s language.
iv) As stated in Table 2, Tier-I examination is for Provisional selection, while Tier-II (Skill/Physical Fitness and Capability Test, as applicable) is of a qualifying nature.
v) Tier-II for the position of Junior Translation Officer will be a descriptive essay.
vi) There won’t be any deductions for incorrect answers.
vii) The exam syllabus will be in line with the essential credentials needed for the position.
viii) Verification of documents
Provisional Selection Criteria: The provisional selection will be based on the merit obtained in Tier-I examination depending upon the post/category/sub-category of the candidate. The minimum qualifying marks for Tier-I is 40% for UR/OBC/EWS candidates and 35% for SC/ST candidates. Candidates will be provisionally shortlisted based on Tier-I examination merit in a ratio of 1:8 (No. of vacancy: No. of shortlisted candidates). According to organizational needs, this ratio could, however, rise. The last candidate securing equal marks in the bracket will also be included.
TIER-II/SKILL/PHYSICAL FITNESS AND CAPABILITY TEST, WHEREVER APPLICABLE (Qualifying in Nature):
A) Provisionally shortlisted candidates in Tier-I will be called for the prescribed Tier-II/Skill/Physical Fitness and Capability Tests as per the norms, wherever applicable.
B) It is mandatory to pass the prescribed Skill/Physical Fitness and Capability Tests, wherever applicable for final selection.
C) The final selection will be based on the order of merit obtained in the Tier-I examination/Tier-II examination (in the case of post JTO)/Skill/Physical Fitness and Capability Tests, as applicable, depending on the candidate’s post/category/sub-category.
D) For the post of JTO, the minimum qualifying marks for Tier-II is 40% for UR/OBC candidate and 35% for SC/ST candidates.
A) The mode of selection may vary depending on organizational needs or Government of India policy.
B) SC, ST, OBC-NCL, EWS, ESM, MSP and PwBD candidates (wherever applicable), who are selected on their own merit without relaxed standards, will be considered against the unreserved vacancies as per extant Govt. of India orders.
C) The reserved vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible SC, ST, OBC-NCL, EWS, ESM, MSP and PwBD candidates (wherever applicable).
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