Industrial Development Officer
First of all, I would like to share with you something. Dear students, as we all know that Industrial Development Officer (IDO), this exam was conducted by the West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC). Those who are selected as an Industrial Development Officer, they are appointed on DIRECTORATE OF MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES, WEST BENGAL UNDER THE MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES AND TEXTILES DEPARTMENT, GOVT. OF W.B.
The minimum qualification which was fixed by WBPSC is a Degree of a recognized university or a diploma in Engineering or Technology of a recognized University/Institution. Age is not more than 39 (thirty-nine) years on 01.01.2019. The age limit shall be relaxable for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy Layer) as per the orders of the Government as may be issued from time to time.
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Rules and Regulation for this Exam:
1. SUBMISSION OF MORE THAN ONE APPLICATION FOR THE POST IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN. THE CANDIDATURE OF A CANDIDATE WHO SUBMITS MORE THAN ONE APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE SELECTION PROCEDURE WILL BE CANCELLED EVEN IF HE/SHE IS ADMITTED TO THE SAME.
2. The qualifications prescribed in the advertisement are as per the notified recruitment rules issued by the Government.
3. All the degrees/diplomas/certificates mentioned in the advertisement must have been obtained from recognized Universities/Institutions.
4. The prescribed ‘essential qualifications’ are the minimum and mere possession of the same does not entitle applicants to be called in for the interview. Where the number of applications received in response to the advertisement is large and it is not convenient or possible for the Commission to interview all the applicants the Commission may restrict the number of candidates for interview to a reasonable limit on the basis of either higher qualifications in the relevant subjects/higher standard of marks/grade obtained in the essential qualifications or on the basis of a Screening Test/Written Test.
5. The Commission may fix qualifying cut-off marks for all the categories of the vacancies in each level of examination, i.e. written, interview and aggregate. IN THE CASE OF WRITTEN TEST, CANDIDATES SUFFERING FROM BLINDNESS OR LOW VISION AND LOCOMOTOR DISABILITY OR CEREBRAL PALSY WITH WRITING EXTREMITY WILL BE ALLOWED THE HELP OF A SCRIBE IF REQUIRED. THE SCRIBE SHOULD NOT POSSESS EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION HIGHER THAN THE REQUISITE QUALIFICATION FOR THE POST.
6. Besides pay, the posts carry allowances as admissible.
7. The benefits of reservation of vacancies and upper age concession up to 5 years are admissible only to S.C. and S.T. candidates of West Bengal and up to 3 years to O.B.C. (A’ & ‘B’- Non-Creamy Layer) candidates of West Bengal. S.C., S.T. and B.C. candidates of other States may apply for an unreserved vacancy.