UPSC Geologists Eligibility Criteria 2018 – Latest UpToDate

Here, you can find UPSC Geologist Exam 2018 eligibility criteria latest up to date. You can check here eligibility for nationality, age limit & qualification.

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UPSC Geologist Eligibility Criteria 2018

The eligibility criteria have been divided into three broad sections, namely- Nationality Criteria, Age Criteria and Educational Qualification criteria. An exhaustive discussion on them follows below:

1) Nationality Criteria

This criteria takes into account the nationality of the applicant. Only those candidates are allowed who are of Indian origin. For a candidate to qualify under this criteria, one of the below should be satisfied:

  • A person of Indian Origin, who was previously residing in Indian sub-continent or in East Africa and has now shifted to Indian and intends to stay here permanently;
  • A descendant of a refugee from Tibet, who took shelter in India before 1. 1. 1962;
  • A subject of Bhutan
  • A citizen of India
  • A subject of Nepal

If a candidate satisfies any of the given conditions, then he/ she has qualified the first criteria.

2) Age Criteria

Since the notification intends to recruit people for different posts, there will be different age limits.

  • Age limit for Geologists & Geophysicist and Chemist – 21 years to 32 years
  • Age limit for Junior Hydrogeologist – 21 years to 35 years

However, candidates belonging to certain categories would enjoy certain age relaxation. The following is an illustration of the same-

Category Age Relaxation
Government Servant 7 years (upper limit)
OBC 3 years
Schedule Caste / Tribe 5 years
Disabled Defence Personnel 3 years

3) Educational Qualification Criteria

The required qualification of the candidates would depend upon the posts for which they have applied. Here is an analysis of the same-

  1. a) Geologists Grade A – A candidate is required to possess a Master’s degree in Geological Science/ Mineral Exploration / Geology Exploration / Applied Geology / Geology / related degree from a recognized University or Institute.
  2. b) Geophysicists Grade A – A candidate needs to possess an M.Sc degree in Physics/ Applied Physics/ Geophysicist or a related degree from a recognized University or Institute.
  3. c) Chemists Grade A- A candidate should have an M.Sc degree in Chemistry/ Analytical Chemistry
    / Applied Chemistry from a recognized University or Institute.
  4. d) Junior Hydrogeologist – A candidate needs to have a Master’s degree in Geology/ Marine geology/ Applied Geology recognized University or Institute.

If a candidate satisfies all of the above mentioned criteria, then he/ she is eligible to apply for the desired post. Another eligibility criteria which comes after the written examination phase is the test of fitness.

UPSC Geologist Exam Dates 2018

Events Dates
UPSC Geologist Application Form 2018 Registration Starts 21-03-2018
Registration Close 16-04-2018 (18:00)
Application Fee (Online) Starts from 16-03-2018
Application Fee (Online) Ends on 21-04-2018
Application Fee (Offline) Starts from 16-03-2018
Application Fee (Offline) Ends on 20-04-2018
Admit card release date written exam May 2018
Written exam date 26-06-2018, 29-06-2018

UPSC Geologist (Notification Links & Apply Online Links)

The following official links are for 2017 exam. We will update you here when UPSC will announce 2018 Geologist exam dates.

UPSC Geologist 2017 Exam Visit Here
Recruitment Notification (English) View Here
Recruitment Notification (Hindi) View Here
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Instructions View Here
FAQ View Here

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