UPSC Recruitment 2018 For Marketing Officer and Lecturer

UPSC Recruitment 2018 For Marketing Officer and Lecturer

Union Public Service Commission(UPSC Recruitment 2018) has been published the official notification for the post of  Marketing Officer and Lecturer and more. Interested candidates may check vacancy details and apply online from 28-04-2018 To 17-05-2018. Other details like post name, total post, age limit, pay scale, job location, education qualification, selection process, application fee,how to apply given below.

upsc recruitment 2018 for marketing officer and lecturer
UPSC Recruitment 2018 For Marketing Officer And Lecturer

Official Website:-

Post Name:-

  • Name:- Marketing Officer
  • Number Of Posts:- 28
  • Pay Scale:- Level 7 Pay Matrix


  • Name:- Lecturer
  • Number Of Posts:- 24
  • Pay Scale:- Rs. 15,600-39,100/-
  • Grad Pay:- Rs. 5400/-

NOTE:- If You Get More Information Please Read The Official Notification.

Total Post:- 71

Age Limit:-

  • Marketing Officer :- Maximum 30 Years.
  • Lecturer :- Maximum 35 Years

Job Location:- All India

Education Qualification:-

  • Marketing Officer:- Master’s Degree in Agriculture or Botany OR Agricultural Economics OR Agricultural Marketing OR Economics OR Commerce with Economics from a recognized University.
  • Lecture:- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering/Technology in the Electronics & Communication Engineering with first class or equivalent from a recognized University/Institute. If a candidate has a Master’s degree in Engineering/Technology, First class or equivalent is required at Bachelor’s or Master’s level.(NOTE:- minimum 60% marks) UPSC Recruitment 2018

Selection Process:- Selection of Candidates will be made on the Written Examination and Personal Interview.

Application Fee:-

  1. Candidates (OBC/General/UR) are required to pay a fee of Rs. 25/- (Rupees Twenty five) only either by remitting the money in any branch of the SBI by cash or by using net banking facility of the SBI or by using visa/master credit/debit card.
  2. No fee for SC/ST/PH/Women candidates of any community. No “fee exemption” is available to OBC male candidates and they are required to pay the full prescribed fee. UPSC Recruitment 2018

How To Apply:- Candidates must apply online through the website Applications received through any other mode would not be accepted and summarily rejected.

Important Dates:-

  • Starting Date Of Online Application:- 28-04-2018
  • Last Date Of Online Application:- 17-05-2018

Official Notification:- Click Here

Apply Online:- Click Here


supporting him. He was
overjoyed and decided to modify
this western instrument. He tried
to make it suitable for playing
pure Indian classical music. He
spent two more years with guitar
One evening there was a
gathering of close family friends.
In this small gathering Mohan•s
brother, sister and nephews (who
were also performing artists)
played music on their classical instruments. There was a great appreciation. Mohan, too, expressed his
wish to perform. He played on guitar.
After his performance, a relative said, “You need to work very hard with the new instrument,,
one of the relatives said, “If it were the sitar, you would have been in competition with your brother
and sister. You have already spent two years on it, but still this instrument needs more.,
After his performance someone said, “The sitar•s sound is like a flowing stream. Your
Yet another said, “Your brother plays the violin; his sur and tal are so beautiful. What are you
doing with this instrument?”
Mohan was depressed and cried for the whole night He had already given two years ofhis life to
this instrument ..
“But from the heart, I am made for guitar. There is no instrument for me but the guitar.” He
This instrument will become my face to the world. I am sure, I am going to make it big, very big.”
he was determined.
This experience took place when Mohan was only 16 years of age. It was the turning point ofhis
life. Mohan doubled his riyaaz and practised for about ten hours a day. He also studied other aspects of
the guitar. He decided to incorporate the speciality, technique and sound of every instrument into the
guitar. He wanted to invent something which gave the sound and tune of the western guitar but could
beplayedlikean!ndian Veena.
“Not only the sound that my instrument produces is important, but it must also express my vision;
what I want to say through the instrument,” he said to himself and finally with untiring efforts and