Nagpur: The Union Public Service Commission has declared the result of the recruitment test conducted for the post of Drugs Inspector. A total of 496 candidates have cleared the exam. Those who appeared for the exam can check their result at the official site of the Commission, www.upsc.gov.in.
Those who have passed the exam are required to submit self attested photocopies of all necessary documents, along with a copy of the Online Recruitment Application (ORA). They should send these documents to the ‘Under Secretary (SPC?II), Room no.16?A (Main Building), Dholphur House, UPSC, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi?110069′. The last date for submitting these documents is September 20.
The candidates’ recruitment is subject to their performance in the interview round and the verification of documents.
A total of 147 vacancies for this post are available at the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization under Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. And seven vacancies are to be filled at the Drugs Control Department, Health and Family Welfare Department, Govt. of NCT of Delhi. These job posts had been notified by the commission in February and April, respectively.
UPSC had conducted the Computer Based Test (CBT) for recruitment on July 26. The test was in English medium and followed the objective type pattern. It carried a total of 100 marks, and there was negative marking for incorrect answers, i.e. for every wrong answer one-third of the marks assigned to that question were deducted. No marks were to be deducted if the candidates do not attempt a question.
The exam was held at centres in Delhi NCR, Bhopal, Kolkata, Chennai, Nagpur, Dispur, Lucknow, Port Blair and Jammu.