UPSC Recruitment 2018: Union Public Service Commission has received almost 6000 applications for 10 posts without exam in the year 2018. A few months back only, UPSC announced some posts to be filled without any exam for the year 2018. Now it has been revealed that for just 10 posts under the scheme a total of 6000 applicants have applied for the same.
The process of recruiting the private sector specialists in Govt sector without any exam, UPSC and Central Government calls it ‘Lateral entry’ mode. Know more details regarding the new vacancies under the Union Public Service Commission Recruitment for the year 2018-19 onwards below.
UPSC Recruitment 2018: 6000 applied for 10 posts for a job without an exam
Union Public Service Commission has rolled out a total of 10 posts of Joint Secretary to be filled up by 2018-19. Although these vacancies have to be filled by lateral entry mode i.e without conducting any of the entrance exams. The post by the UPSC has been released for the departments- Financial services, agriculture and farmers welfare, revenue, economic affairs, new and renewable energy, commerce department, civil aviation, road transport and highway, environment, shipping, and forest and climate change.
Although the last date for the application process for lateral entry posts by the UPSC has been closed on 31st July 2018. For just 10 posts, Union Public Service Commission has received a total of 6077 application in the year 2018. That means over a single post, UPSC has got 1100 applications. Know the all-new posts for the UPSC Recruitment in the year 2018 and 2019 below.
More jobs under the UPSC for the year 2018-19
As far as the more jobs regarding the UPSC Recruitment 2018 is concerned, the commission has been going on with the application process for some posts to end up by 30 August 2018. Even UPSC NDA II exam admit card has been released on the official website and the exam is to be held on 9 September 2018. Also recently in the starting of August month only, UPSC closed the online application for CDS II exam 2018.
Some more vacancies are yet to be released by the Union Public Service Commission in various departments of the Government of India for the year 2018 and 2019 soon. We wish all the luck to the candidates applying for any of the UPSC Recruitment 2018 posts.