PPSC Veterinary Officer 2021 Vacancy | 353 Posts

November 21, 2021
ppsc Veterinary Officer 2021

PPSC Veterinary Officer 2021 Vacancy has been notified by Punjab Public Service Commission. The Punjab Public Service Commission has invited applications from eligible candidates for recruitment of 353 Posts of Veterinary officer ( Group-A) in the Department of
Animal Husbandry, fisheries and Dairy Development, Govt. of Punjab.

PPSC Veterinary Officer 2021 Vacancy Important Dates

  • Last date for filling online Application forms: 10/12/2021
  • Last date for depositing Application and Examination fee by system generated Bank Challan Form: 20/12/2021

Veterinary Officer Pay Scale

The initial pay is Rs 47600/-. The fixed emolument equal to Minimum Pay without any allowance will be paid during the probation period of 3 years

Educational Qualification for PPSC Veterinary Officer

The candidate:

  • Should possess Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry from a University recognized by the Veterinary Council of India; and
  • Should be registered with the Punjab Veterinary Council.
  • Punjabi of Matric or its equivalent Standard is essential

Age limit of PPSC Veterinary Officer

Candidates should not be below 18 years and above 37 years of age as on 01-01-2021.

For age relaxation, check the official notification.

Scheme of Selection of PPSC Veterinary Officer

The procedure for selection of candidates for the post of veterinary officers is as follows:

  • Written Competitive Examination – 120 Questions – Consists of 480 marks
  • Interview – Consists of 60 marks

The Total Marks is 540

The written competitive examination for the post will be scheduled tentatively in April, 2022. The test would be of two (02) hours duration.

The Examination is a Pen & Paper-based Test, to be answered on the specially designed machine gradable OMR sheet using Ball Point Pen

Pattern of  Veterinary Officer Exam

The examination comprising of 120 questions (@ 4 marks for each question) is as follows:

  • Questions from the Subject – 100 Questions – Consists of 400 marks
  • Questions from Logical Reasoning, Mental ability and General Knowledge: 20 Questions – Consists of 80 marks

There will be Negative Marking (One Mark for each question) in the written examination for questions wrongly answered i.e. for each incorrect answer, 1 (One) mark will be deducted from the total score

Check official notification here