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Organisation : Punjab Urban Planning & Development Authority (PUDA)
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Designation : Junior Engineer, Clerk cum-Data Entry Operator
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Schedule of Written Test :
Post Name | Test Date | Test Time
Sub Divisional Engineer (Civil) 16/12/2016 10.00 am to 12.00 Noon
Sub Divisional Engineer (Public Health) 16/12/2016 10.00 am to 12.00 Noon
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Junior Engineer (Civil) 16/12/2016 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Junior Engineer (Public Health) 16/12/2016 2.00 pm to 4.00pm
Senior Assistant (A/Cs) 17/12/2016 10.00 am to 12.00 Noon
Clerk-cum-Data Entry Operator 17/12/2016 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
i) Enter D.O.B
ii) Enter Email Address
iii) Enter Mobile
iv) Click on “Submit” Button
If any candidate has applied for Posts Junior Engineer (Civil) and Junior Engineer (Public Health), he/she will be issued same Roll No. for both of these posts.
If any candidate has applied for Posts Sub Divisional Engineer (Civil) and Sub Divisional Engineer (Public Health), he/she will be issued same Roll No. for both of these posts.
Selection Criteria :
Selection will be based on the qualification and a written examination. There will be no interview. The merit will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidate in the written examination conducted by PUDA.
Written Examination: 120 marks
A written examination will be conducted for all the eligible candidates in the following format:
** Technical Aptitude – 60 marks
** General Awareness – 25 marks
** Mental Aptitude / Reasoning – 15 marks
** Computer Proficiency – 10 marks
** Language Proficiency (Punjabi and English) – 10marks (05 each)
The question paper will be objective type (120 marks) having 120 questions with multiple choices on OMR sheet and each question will carry 1 mark.
The question paper will be provided in English and the minimum qualifying marks for candidates of all categories in the written examination will be 40% of the total marks for the examination i.e 48 marks out of the total of 120 marks.