DRDO Interview Questions : Senior Administrative Officer in DRDO (Conducted by UPSC)

Post: Senior Administrative Officer Grade-II 
Organisation: Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO)
Interview conducted by: UPSC in Delhi
Ratio: 1:3

Expected questions:
1. Why you are interested in this job?
2. Why you are leaving your present organisation?
3. What is your achievement in the previous job?
4. What you know about DRDO? 
5. Admin structure of DRDO?
6. Difference between administrator and manager?
7. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
8. Do you read newspaper? What do you know about GST?
9. Are you ready for all India posting?
10. Do you have any hobby?
11. What qualities an administrative officer should have?

Strategy for preparation:
1. Thoroughly prepare your biodata. Prepare all possible questions.
2. Read newspaper with details.
3. Prepare basic information about DRDO
4. Jot down all important things about your previous organisation and job responsibilities.
5. Take help of a good coaching institute for body language, biodata related questions, current events and mock interviews.
6. Arrange mock interviews with coaching and friends.

Interview Coaching:
Career Quest in Delhi is reputed and trusted for interview training since decade. Career Quest Institute for Interview Training, Director Sanjeev Kabeer, Dr. Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. 09811299811, 09990840999. www.careerquest.in

List of original documents to be submitted on the day of Interview. 
(i) Matriculation/10th Standard or equivalent certificate indicating date of birth, or mark sheet of Matriculation/10th Standard or equivalent issued by Central/State Board indicating Date of Birth in support of their claim of age. 
(ii) Degree/Diploma certificate along with mark sheets pertaining to all the academic years as proof of educational qualification claimed. In the absence of Degree/Diploma certificate, provisional certificate along with mark sheets pertaining to all the academic years will be accepted. 
(iii) Experience Certificate: Three years experience of administration, establishment and accounts work. 
(iv) Certificate(s) in the “prescribed proforma” from the Head(s) of Organization(s) /Department(s) for the entire experience claimed, clearly mentioning the duration of employment (date, month & year) indicating the basic pay and consolidated pay, nature of duties performed/experience obtained in the post(s) with duration(s). Only the experience in the field relevant to the post would be considered. 
(v) Caste certificate in the prescribed proforma in case of candidates seeking reservation as SC/ ST/ OBC from the competent authority indicating clearly the candidate’s Caste, the Act/ Order under which the Caste is recognized as SC/ ST/ OBC and the village/ town the candidate is ordinarily a resident of. 
(vi) A declaration in the “prescribed proforma” by candidate seeking reservation as OBC, that he/she does not belong to the creamy layer on the crucial date, in addition to the community certificate (OBC). 
(vii) Physically Handicapped (PH) certificate in “prescribed proforma” issued by the competent authority by Physically Handicapped persons eligible for appointment to the post on the basis of prescribed standards of Medical Fitness. 
(viii) Candidate claiming change in name after matriculation on marriage or remarriage or divorce etc. must submit the documents.
(ix) Certificate in respect of Age relaxation.
(x) Persons already in Regular Government service, whether in permanent or temporary capacity other than casual/adhoc/daily wages/hourly paid/contract basis are however required to submit a declaration that they have informed in writing to their Head of Office/Department that they have applied for the selection. 
(xi) In case you have claimed to be a Government servant a certificate from your employer clearly stating that as on the closing date for this/these posts(s) you were a Government servant. 
(xii) Any other condition
Note: Candidates may refer to the relevant advertisement for the above post in the Employment News or to one of the recruitment advertisements under the tab 'Recruitment' on the Commission's website www.upsc.gov.in for the prescribed formats of certificates, etc.

1 comment:

Jon said...

Tks very much for your post.

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