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Kerala PSC’s AE Civil Harbour Department – New Notification Out

AE Civil Harbour Department

Exploring Exciting Opportunities with Kerala PSC's AE Civil Harbour Department New Notification Out!

Attention all aspiring civil engineers in Kerala! The Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) has recently released a much-awaited notification for the post of Assistant Engineer (AE) Civil in the Harbour Department. This announcement has sparked excitement and anticipation among job seekers looking to kickstart their careers in the government sector. In this blog post, we will delve into the details of this new notification, its significance, and the opportunities it presents for civil engineers in the state.

AE Civil Harbour Department - Job Profile

The role of an Assistant Engineer (AE) Civil in the Harbour Department is an essential position responsible for overseeing and executing various civil engineering projects related to the harbours and waterways in Kerala. The selected candidates will be involved in the planning, designing, and implementation of infrastructure projects, ensuring that they meet safety standards and adhere to environmental regulations. It is a challenging yet rewarding job that offers an opportunity to contribute significantly to the state’s development.

Key Details from the Notification

The recently released Kerala PSC notification provides important information for aspiring candidates. Here are some key details:

  1. Vacancy: The notification specifies the number of vacancies available are 02 for the AE Civil position in the Harbour Department.
  2. Eligibility Criteria:
  • Qualifications:

     B.Sc./B.Tech Degree in Engineering (Civil) of the Kerala University or any other qualification recognised as equivalent thereto.

    OR Associate Membership Diploma of the Institution of Engineers (India) in Civil Engineering or any other Diploma recognised as equivalent thereto.

    OR Pass in Sections A and B of the Associate membership Examination of the Institution of Engineers (India) in Civil Engineering

  • Age limit: 18-41. Only candidates born between 02.01.1982 and 01.01.2005 (both dates included) are eligible to apply for this post with usual age relaxation to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Communities
  1. Application Process:
  • Candidates must register as per ‘ONE TIME REGISTRATION’ with the Official Website of Kerala Public Service Commission before applying for the post.
  • Candidates who have registered can apply by logging on to their profile using their User-ID and password.
  • Candidates must click on the ‘Apply Now’ button of the respective posts in the Notification Link to apply for the post. The Photograph uploaded should be taken after 31/12/2013.
  1. Examination Pattern: The examination pattern for the selection process includes OMR exam and interview.
  2. Important Dates: Last date for receipt of applications is 16.08.2023 Wednesday up to 12 Midnight.

Overview Of Previous AE Civil Harbour Engineering Department Exam

The Kerala Public Service Commission conducted the last AE Civil Harbour engineering department exam (218/2017) on 30.05.2019. The previous examination analysis reveals some crucial points for aspiring candidates. While the notification was initially out for just one post, advice was given to a total of 25 candidates, indicating the possibility of multiple candidates securing their positions through the examination. Moreover, the validity of this list is set for an encouraging duration of three years, implying that candidates who have qualified can expect upcoming vacancies to be filled from this same pool. It’s essential for candidates not to lose hope if they were not selected this time, as this list can prove to be a significant opportunity for future openings. Persistence and continuous efforts are key to success in competitive exams, and with dedication, candidates can achieve their dream of being appointed to the desired post in the near future.

How to Prepare for the Examination

To excel in the Kerala PSC AE Civil examination, candidates should create a strategic preparation plan. Here are some tips to help with the preparation process:

  1. Syllabus Understanding: Familiarize yourself with the syllabus outlined in the notification. This will help you identify the topics to cover and allocate time accordingly. Even though the syllabus is not out yet, Syllabus will be similar to the previously held Assistant Engineer Examinations.

  2. Previous Year Papers: Solve previous year question papers to understand the exam pattern and gain insight into the types of questions asked.
  3. Time Management: Create a study schedule that allows for comprehensive coverage of all subjects while leaving ample time for revision.

  4. Reference Materials: Gather quality study materials and refer to standard textbooks to enhance your understanding of core concepts.
  5.  Mock Tests: Practice mock tests regularly to improve speed and accuracy, simulating the actual examination environment.
Subject Weightage
Building materials, Construction Technology, Construction Management
20 Marks
Design of Structures
20 Marks
Surveying and Levelling, Quantity Surveying and Valuation
10 Marks
Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources Engineering
10 Marks
Environmental Engineering
10 Marks
Geotechnical Engineering
10 Marks
Mechanics of Solids and Structural Analysis
10 Marks
Transportation Engineering and Urban Planning
10 Marks

The release of the Kerala PSC notification for the post of Assistant Engineer (AE) Civil in the Harbour Department marks a significant opportunity for civil engineering graduates in Kerala. Aspirants should seize this chance to showcase their skills and contribute to the state’s infrastructure development. With dedicated preparation and perseverance, success in the examination is within reach. Good luck to all the candidates aspiring to be a part of the esteemed Kerala PSC as Assistant Engineer Civil in the Harbour Department!

Remember to regularly check the Kerala PSC’s official website for updates and further instructions regarding the examination and application process. Stay focused, stay determined, and embrace this chance to make a positive impact on the state’s growth!

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