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Final Result of Combined GEO-Scientist Examination, 2020

Newdelhi:30/7/21:Based  on the results of the  Stage-I (Preliminary) Examination held on 19th January 2020, Stage-II (Main) Examination held on 17th& 18th October 2020 of the Combined Geo-Scientist Examination, 2020 conducted by the union PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION and followed by the Personality  Test in the month of April 2021 & July 2021, the following are the lists, in order of merit, of the candidates who have been recommended for appointment to the  Group ‘A’  posts of Geologist, Geophysicist and Chemist in the geological Survey of India; and group ‘A’ post of Jr. Hydrogeologists (Scientist B)in theCentral Ground Water Board.

The numbers of vacancies reported by the Government to be filled are as under: –

Category-I (Posts in Geological Survey of India)

Name of the Post GEN EWS OBC SC ST Total
Geologist 33 07 10 20 09 79

[Incl. 02* PwBD-1 & 03* PwBD-3]
Geophysicist 02 01 01 01 05
Chemist 07 01 06 01 15

[Incl. 01 PwBD-3]

*01 PwBD-1 & 01 PwBD-3 – backlog vacancy.

Category-II (Posts in Central Ground Water Board)

Name of the Post GEN EWS OBC SC ST Total
Jr. Hydrogeologists (Scientist B) 02 02

A  total number of 100candidates have been recommended for appointment  to  the  posts  as  under:

Category-I (Posts in Geological Survey of India)

Name of the Post Number of candidates recommended
Gen EWS OBC SC ST TOTAL
Geologist 21

[Incl. 01 PwBD-1]

11 16

[Incl. 01

PwBD-1]

20

[Incl. 01

PwBD-1]

 

09

77*

[Incl. 03 PwBD-1#]
Geophysicist 01 02 01 01 05
Chemist 07 01 06 01 15

[excl. 01 PwBD-3]
01 PwBD-3 candidate is recommended in accordance with Clause 9(1) of DoPT’s OM No. 36035/02/2017-Estt.(Res.) dated 15/01/2018 against future vacancy arising in Scheduled Caste category due to non-availability of vacancy under the category of the candidate i.e. SC category.

*02 General vacancies are being kept vacant on account of the nonavailability of suitable PwBD-3 candidates against the current year’s vacancy reserved for PwBD-3.

#01 PwBD-1 candidate has been recommended against  01 backlog vacancy of PwBD-3 due to nonavailability of suitable PwBD-3 candidate after applying interchangeability in terms of sub-Rule 8.5 of Rule 8 of DoP&T OM No. 36035/02/2017-Estt. (Res.) dated 15.01.2018.

Category – II (Post in Central Ground Water Board)

Name of the Post Number of candidates recommended
Gen EWS OBC SC ST TOTAL
Jr. Hydrogeologist (Scientist B) 01 01 02

Appointment to the posts under the two categories shall be made by the  Government in accordance with the merit position.

The Result of 08recommended candidates with the following Roll Numbers provisional :

0290077 0490380 0590076 0690279
0690387 0890909 0990125 1090394

The offer of appointment to the candidates whose result has been kept provisional will not be issued till the Commission verifies the original documents awaited from such candidates. The provisionality of these candidates will remain valid only for a period of three months from the date of declaration of the Final result. In case the candidate fails to submit the requisite documents as required by the Commission within this period, their candidature will be canceled and no further correspondence would be entertained in this regard.

UPSC  has a ‘Facilitation Counter’  near Examination Hall on its campus. Candidates can obtain any information/clarification regarding their examination/ recruitment on a working day between 10.00 hrs. to 17.00 hrs in person or over telephone nos.  011-23385271 / 23381125.  Results will also be available on the  UPSC website i.e. www.upsc.gov.in.Marks of the candidates shall be made available on the website within fifteen days from the date of publication of the result.

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