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An Overview of Kerala PSC Technical Exams

The PSC Technical Exams are designed for candidates in technical fields, such as engineering degrees, diploma holders, etc. KSEB Sub Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector, Junior Instructor Plumber, Junior Instructor Draughtsman, Workshop Instructor, and Assistant Engineer are a few of the examinations.

There typically have two sections to the Kerala PSC technical exams: a preliminary test and a major exam. In order to create a shortlist of applicants for the main examination, the preliminary examination serves as a method of screening. The primary test is a more thorough assessment of the applicants' knowledge and abilities in the relevant technical sector. The technical exams administered by the Kerala PSC are challenging and competitive.

The requirements for qualifying for the Kerala PSC Technical examinations change according to the position for which you are searching. Still, the majority of technical tests follow some common requirements:

Nationality
You have to be a citizen of India and live in Kerala permanently.
Age
Depending on the job and category, the maximum age restriction may be different from the minimum age limit of 18 years old. The upper age restriction is often lowered for applicants who fall under restricted categories, such as OBC, SC, or ST.
Educational Qualifications
A diploma or degree in engineering or technology from an accredited university or institution is required for the majority of technical positions. Each post's notice details the educational requirements needed for that position.

Latest Kerala PSC Technical | Engineering Exams Notifications

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Entri's program includes in-depth video tutorials, detailed study material, mock tests, and practice questions covering the Kerala PSC Degree Level syllabus. Experienced professionals and teachers guide students throughout the course to ensure success. Entri also provides performance-tracking features that enable students to monitor their progress and identify areas for improvement. Additionally, the Entri app offers students access to a wide range of features, including progress reports, mock tests, study tips, and expert guidance. By using Entri, students can confidently prepare for the Kerala PSC Technical exam and increase their chances of success.

Upcoming Technical PSC Exam Notifications

Name of Post

Last Date to Apply

Assistant Engineer (Instrumentation), Universities in Kerala (069/2024)

 19 June 2024

Assistant Engineer (Electrical), Universities in Kerala (070/2024)

19 June 2024

Assistant Engineer (Electronics), Public Works Department (071/2024)

19 June 2024

System Analyst, Universities in Kerala (067/2024)

19 June 2024

Electrician, Kerala State Film Development Corporation Ltd. (Ezhava/Billava/Thiyya, SC) (093/2024 - 094/2024)

19 June 2024

Overseer Grade III / Draftsman Grade III (Civil)/ Tracer / Work Superintendent (SC/ST), Harbour Engineering (088/2024)

19 June 2024

Kerala PSC Technical Exams and the Eligible Branches

Branch

Posts

Civil Engineering

Assistant Engineer (Civil), Sub Engineer (Civil), Surveyor, Draftsman (Civil), Junior Instructor (Civil Engineering)


Mechanical Engineering



Assistant Engineer (Mechanical), Sub Engineer (Mechanical), Motor Vehicle Inspector, Junior Instructor (Mechanical Engineering), Boiler Inspector, Fitter

Electrical Engineering

Assistant Engineer (Electrical), Sub Engineer (Electrical), Junior Instructor (Electrical Engineering), Electrician

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Assistant Engineer (Electronics & Communication), Sub Engineer (Electronics & Communication), Junior Instructor (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

Computer Science & Engineering

Assistant Engineer (IT), Sub Engineer (IT), Computer Programmer, System Analyst

Agriculture Engineering

Assistant Engineer (Agriculture), Sub Engineer (Agriculture), Junior Instructor (Agriculture Engineering)

Chemical Engineering

Assistant Engineer (Chemical), Sub Engineer (Chemical)

Harbour Engineering

Draftsman (Harbour Engineering), Overseer (Harbour Engineering)

Quantity Surveying

Quantity Surveyor

Other Branches

Workshop Instructor, Laboratory Technician, Technical Assistant (various departments)

Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Questions About KPSC Technical Exams

Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) conducts various technical exams for recruitment to various technical posts in the Kerala state government departments and other government undertakings.
Eligibility criteria vary depending on the specific exam. Generally, candidates must possess a relevant technical degree or diploma with the required experience.

There are various technical exams conducted by Kerala PSC, such as:

Engineering Services exams

IT and Computer Science exams

Medical and Health exams

Agriculture and Veterinary exams

Other technical exams

Typically, applications are filed online via the Kerala PSC website. It is crucial to refer to the test notice specifically for comprehensive guidelines about the application procedure and due dates.
For those who make the short list, the selection procedure usually consists of an interview or practical test in addition to a written exam. Based on the total score attained during the whole selection process, the final merit list is created.