For the first time Minority Welfare Department has decided to make recruitment on 66 posts of Urdu officers. Notification in this connection has already been issued. Online applications can be submitted from April 2.

The last date for submission of online application and examination fee for the Grade-I and Grade-II Urdu officers is April 23. The application form will be made available from April 2, on Syllabus for the exam and exam pattern are also available on the same website.

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Special officer Urdu Academy Prof S A Shukoor said that examination would be held on May 20. Examination for Grade-II would be held for 10 am to 1 pm and Grade-I examination would be from 2 pm to 5 pm in Hyderabad. For further queries please contact 040-23237810 or email at [email protected].

The application fee for Urdu Officers Grade-I is Rs 600 and for Grade-II is Rs 500. SC & ST, PH & Ex-Servicemen of Telangana State are exempted from payment of the fee. Hall tickets can be downloaded before seven days of the date of Examination. Urdu knowing candidates can avail the opportunity.

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Scale of Pay for six (6) Grade I Urdu Officers is Rs. 37,100-91,450 while for Sixty (60) Grade II Urdu Officers the Scale of Pay is Rs. 28,940-78,910. #KhabarLive

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