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The Staff Selection Commission conducts the Combined Graduated Level Examination (often referred to as the "SSC-CGL Exam" or "CGLE") to select Group B and C officers for various positions in the top ministries, departments, and organisations of the Indian government.

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Candidates who want to teach biology in Indian Government Schools must pass the Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) Biology recruitment exam. The syllabus is designed to assess the candidate's suitability for teaching biology to higher secondary level students and to guarantee their level of preparation. Cell biology, genetics, reproduction, plant and animal physiology, biodiversity, ecology, and evolution are just a few of the topics covered in the PGT Biology syllabus.

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Candidates who want to teach biotechnology in Indian Government Schools must pass the Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) Biotechnology recruitment exam. The syllabus is designed to assess the candidate's suitability for teaching biotechnology to higher secondary level students and to guarantee their level of preparation. Cell biology, genetics, Biochemistry, Genetic Engineering, Basic Biotechnology, and biodiversity are just a few of the topics covered in the PGT Biotechnology syllabus.

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The Food Corporation of India (FCI) is a government-owned corporation in India that plays a significant role in ensuring food security for the country. Established in 1965, the FCI operates under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution of the Government of India. Its primary objective is to ensure the procurement, storage, distribution, and sale of food grains at affordable prices to support the Public Distribution System (PDS) and other welfare programs. 

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In support of education and research, a Scientific Officer applies experts scientific knowledge and expertise either independently, as a service for many individuals, or within a particular research group. They are expected for Academic Assistance, operate and oversee scientific apparatus and/or procedures in support of other people's research or instruction, and are in charge of the usage and management of laboratory space, gather and evaluate data teach people how to apply scientific tools and procedures, and assist Researchers who have experience in experimental design assist in creating funding proposals.

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Assistant professors work at colleges or universities where they instruct students and carry out research. In addition to assisting full professors, they mentor and oversee graduates and spend time performing research and studies. University committees may also include assistant professors.

 

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The National Eligibility Test, or ASRB NET, is administered by the Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board to select applicants for assistant professor and lecturer positions in state and other agricultural universities. Candidates who pass this exam, also known as the ICAR NET exam, will be hired for a variety of positions under the ASRB.

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A state's Public Service Commission (PSC) is a regulatory body responsible for overseeing and regulating public utilities and services within a specific state. The exact name and functions of the commission may vary from state to state, but its primary role is to protect the interests of consumers and ensure the reliable and affordable provision of essential services such as electricity, natural gas, telecommunications, water, and transportation.

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The UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) is a constitutional body in India that is responsible for conducting various examinations and selecting candidates for recruitment into the civil services, defense services, and other central government positions. Established under Article 315 of the Indian Constitution, the UPSC is mandated to conduct examinations, interviews, and make recommendations for appointments to various posts in the Indian government.

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A food inspector is a professional responsible for ensuring that food products and food establishments comply with relevant regulations, laws, and standards related to food safety and hygiene. Food inspectors play a crucial role in safeguarding public health by inspecting food production, processing, distribution, and storage facilities to prevent contamination, foodborne illnesses, and other health risks associated with the consumption of unsafe food.

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An environment officer, also known as an environmental officer or environmental compliance officer, is a professional responsible for monitoring, regulating, and ensuring compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and policies. Their role is crucial in promoting environmental sustainability, protecting natural resources, and preventing negative impacts on the environment caused by various human activities.

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A forest officer is a professional responsible for managing and overseeing various aspects of forest resources, conservation, and protection. These officers work in governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations, and conservation groups to ensure the sustainable management of forests, the preservation of biodiversity, and the prevention of illegal activities that could harm the environment.

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An agricultural officer, also known as an agricultural extension officer or agriculture officer, is a professional who plays a crucial role in promoting agricultural development, improving farming practices, and enhancing rural livelihoods. Agricultural officers work to bridge the gap between agricultural research, technology, and farmers by providing them with information, resources, and guidance to increase agricultural productivity and sustainability.

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