Goa PSC Timetable 2019
GPSC CBRT Exam Details
Goa Public Service Commission is conduct Computer Based Recruitment Test for recruitment to the Junior Scale Officer, Assistant Professor, Medical Officer & College Director posts. Goa PSC has schedule the recruitment examination of Computer Based Test from 12th September 2019 to 13th September 2019. Applicants who applied for this examinations may download their examinations hall tickets from 11th September 2019.
No candidates will be allow in the examinations with out examination hall tickets. GPSC CRBT Examinations syllabus is also available on official website to download. Also the minimum passing percentage criteria for this is available as per the in the following details. Check the GPSC CRBT Exam Details as given.
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Goa PSC CBT Exam Timetable 2018
Goa Public Service Commission is going to conduct Computer Based Recruitment Test (CBRT). This test is going to conduct for recruitment to the Junior Assistant Post. GPSC is going to conduct CBRT on 23rd December 2018 for 09:30 am to 10:30 am at following mention address. Hall Tickets for this examinations will be available from 19th December 2018 at following mention official website link. Applicants can download their examinations hall tickets by using following link.
Address : Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda Margao Goa
Goa PSC Timetable 2018
Goa PSC Exam Timetable 2018
Goa Public Service Commission are going to Conduct Computer Based Recruitment Test (CBRT). The CBRT for the posts of Technical Officer, Mamlatdar/Chemist/Assistant Director/CTO on 4th March 2018 at Agnel Institute of Technology & Design, Assagao and Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda Margao Goa. The candidates, who cannot download the hall ticket by 28th February 2018 should personally report to the office of the Commission from 28/02/2018 to 01/03/2018, during office hours along with their ID proof to collect the hall ticket. Candidates without Hall Ticket will not be allowed to answer the CBRT. Syllabus for the CBRT is already uploaded on Commission’s website.