RPSC Vacancy 2024: Government jobs for the posts of Vice Principal in Rajasthan, online application starts from July 10

Orhan Wadia
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RPSC Recruitment 2024: Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has opened the box of new recruitments for the candidates preparing for government jobs. The commission has also released the official notification for the posts of Deputy Jailer as well as Vice Principal / Superintendent ITI. The application process for these posts will start from July 10 on the official website of RPSC, rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. Interested and eligible candidates will be able to fill the application form for these posts till 12 midnight of 8 August 2024.

RPSC Vice President Jobs 2024: Eligibility

In this Rajasthan Vice Principal vacancy, applicants can select the subject for which they want to appear for the exam according to their degree including Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Information Technology, Computer Science, Electronics and Communication. Through this recruitment, candidates will be selected for a total of 36 posts of Vice Principal / Superintendent ITI. Direct link of salary, vacancy and notification for the posts is given below.

Rajasthan Govt Jobs 2024: Age Limit

To apply in this recruitment, the minimum age of the candidates should be 20 years and maximum 40 years as on 1 January 2025. There is also a provision of relaxation in the maximum age limit for reserved category candidates.

Latest Government Jobs 2024: Application Fee

Candidates for the post of vice principal will be selected through written examination and interview. If needed, the commission can also add other assessments to it. Information about the date and place of the examination will be given to the candidates in due time. While filling the application form, candidates of general category and backward class creamy layer will have to deposit an application fee of Rs 600. Whereas for reserved categories this fee has been fixed at Rs 400.


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