No of Post: 01 How To Apply: Application form as per the prescribed format given in our website, duly supported with attested photocopies of the complete and upto date Confidential Reports for the last five years (in case of serving Central Govt. employees applying for Deputation/DR etc.,) shall be submitted within 30 days. of publication […]
Govt Jobs for Accountant, Vacancy in Accounting – 2013
There is a huge opening for Accountants in various government departments across India. From junior accountant to senior many posts are vacant. Application forms can be downloaded from their respective websites. Candidates are requested to fill and affix their recent passport size colour photograph on the downloaded forms and send it to the said address through normal post only.
Educational qualifications for the eligibility criteria vary for different posts. Mainly for the senior accounts officer’s post the candidate must be a CA or an ICWA or should have done MBA finance or MCom, from reputed universities. They must have secured an average of 60 to 70% in their qualifying degrees. Similarly for the accountant’s position one must have secured approx 70% in the degree examinations. A junior accountant’s position demands a 60% in the degree examinations. There is a relaxation of 5% for SC/ST and other backward classes and women candidates.
Selection procedure includes a written test in Accounting, taxation and auditing. A paper is also there is general English and general awareness for all positions. The candidates are selected by totaling the marks secured in the written examinations and bonus mark which is allotted for higher percentage and qualifications. There is no personal interview. The candidates are selected in merit basis and called for examining their certificates and other documents to qualify for the said position.
Most of the selected candidates are engaged as Probationary Trainee for two years. They will be paid a fixed remuneration and then on successful completion of training they will be paid as per government rules. They can be placed in any department of the concerned government organisation.