UPSC Geologist Examination 2018 Admit Card (Declared
Union Public Service Commission UPSC has released the online application form for the recruitment of the Post Geologist & Geo Scientist Examination for the year 2018.
Those Candidates who are interested and completed all the eligibility criteria can read the full notification online here.
|Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)|
|Combined Geo Scientist and Geologist Recruitment 2018|
|Exam Notice No. : 07/2018-GEOL Short Details of Notification|
|Important Dates||Application Fee|
|Application Begin : 21/03/2018||General / OBC : 200/-|
|Last Date for Apply Online : 16/04/2018 upto 06:00 PM Only||SC / ST / PH : 0/- (Nil)|
|Last Date for Fee Payment : 16/04/2018||All Category Female : 0/- (Exempted)|
|Exam Date : 29/06/2018||Pay the Examination Fee Through Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking in Various State Bank and E Challan Fee Mode|
|Admit Card Available : June 2018||-|
|Vacancy Details||Age Limit as on 01/01/2018|
|Total Post 70||21-32|
|Junior Hydro geologists||21-35|
|Vacancy Details with Post Code|
|Post Name||Eligibility||Total Post||Age Limit|
|Geologist Group A||Passed / Appearing Master Degree Geological Science or Geology or Applied Geology or Geo-Exploration or Mineral Exploration or Engineering Geology or Marine Geology or Earth Science or Any Other Equivalent Degree||24||21-32|
|Geophysicist Group A||Passed / Appearing Master Degree in Science in Following Stream Physics / Applied Physics / Geophysics / Marine Geophysics or Any Other Equivalent Degree||17||21-32|
|Chemist Group A||Master Degree in Science M.Sc Chemistry / Applied Chemistry / Analytical Chemistry Passed / Appearing in Any Recognized University in India.||06||21-32|
|Junior Hydro geologists||Passed / Appearing (Final Year) Master degree in Geology or Applied Geology or Marine Geology or Any Equivalent Degree in Any Recognized University in India.||23||21-35|
|Interested Candidates Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply Online|
|Some Useful Important Links|
A geologist is a scientist who studies the solid and liquid matter that constitutes the Earth as well as the processes that shape it.
Geologists usually study geology, although backgrounds in physics, chemistry, biology, and other sciences are also useful. Field work is an important component of geology, although many subdisciplines incorporate laboratory work.
Some geologists work in the mining business searching for metals, oils, and other Earth resources. They are also in the forefront of natural hazards and disasters prevention and mitigation, studying natural hazards such as earthquakes, volcanic activity, tsunamis, weather storms.
Their studies are used to warn the general public of the occurrence of these events. Geologists are also important contributors to climate change discussions