PSC invites applications for 22 posts: Here is the last date to apply

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The Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) has notified recruitments for 22 posts in its first employment notification in 2024. While direct recruitment will take place for 14 posts, appointments will be by re-designation in one post. Meanwhile, NCA (No Candidates Available) recruitment will be carried out in the remaining seven posts.

The gazette date of the recruitments is March 1 and the deadline for receiving applications is midnight on April 3.

For details, check website:

Direct recruitment

The PSC will conduct direct recruitment for the following posts:

Food Safety Officer in Commissionerate of Food Safety

Lecturer in Veena in Directorate of Collegiate Education (Music Colleges);

Head of Section in Architecture and Lecturer in Architecture in Directorate of Technical Education (Government Polytechnics)

Dietician Grade 2 in Directorate of Health Services

Grade 2 Overseer / Draftsman (Civil) in Public Works / Irrigation Departments

Accountant in Kerafed

Junior Public health Nurse Grade 2 in Farming Corporation

Pharmacist Grade 2 and Auxiliary Nurse Midwife Grade 2 in Insurance Medical Service

Skilled Assistant Grade 2 in Electrical Inspectorate

Driver Grade 2 in NCC / Department of Sainik Welfare

Farrier in the NCC Department.


The appointment for the post of accountant in Kerafed will take place by redesignation.

NCA recruitment

NCA recruitment for the following posts will be done for candidates belonging to reservation categories:

Assistant Surgeon / Casualty Medical Officer and other posts in Health Department

Assistant Grade 2 and other posts in the Kerala State Housing Board.


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