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Office: PSEB HEAD OFFICE, THE MALL, PATIALA-147001 (PUNJAB) CIN No: U40109PB2010SGC033813, GSTIN No.: 03AAFCP5120Q1ZC, PAN No. AAFCP5120Q Advertisement No. CRA 307/24 Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL), a Power Generating and Distribution company owned by Government of Punjab, which has played a key role in implementation of Punjab Government plans for 24*7 uninterrupted quality power supply in the State of Punjab, is looking for recruitment of young & dynamic candidates with brilliant academic record for the following posts: 1) Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) 2) Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation) IMPORTANT DATES Start date of online registration/submission of application and fees Deposit 27.03.2024 Last date of online registration/submission of application and fees Deposit. 16.04.2024 Pay- Scale • For these posts, the Pay-Scale shall be as per the Instructions issued by Govt. of Punjab, Department of Finance (Finance Personnel-1 Branch) vide its letter No. 7/42/2020-5FP1/742-746, Chandigarh dated 17.07.2020. Any clarification amendment in this regard issued from time to time by the Punjab Govt. shall be applicable. During the probation period mentioned in the offer of appointment or extended probation period whichever is more, newly appointed candidates shall be paid ‘minimum admissible pay’ only as per Department of Finance (Finance Personnel 1 Branch) Chandigarh,letter No. 7/42/2020-5FP1/741-746, Chandigarh dated 17.07.2020 and it will not include any Grade pay, Dearness allowance, annual increment or any other allowance except the travelling allowance and medical reimbursement if any, as per the entitlement of the post held by such candidate. However, in case of appointment of candidates already in service of PSPCL, their pay shall be protected, if the ‘minimum admissible pay’ in the offer of appointment is lower than the pay actually drawn by them on the post they actually hold lien. But they will not be given any increment or allowance except TA and medical reimbursement during the probation period. Page 2 of 21 The probation period for these posts will be 3 years or as per instructions issued by Govt. of Punjab from time to time. 1. Post wise total number of vacancies to be filled are detailed as under:- TABLE-'A' Sr. No Name of Post No. of vacancies 1 Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) 13 2 Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation) 06 Tentative category-wise detailed breakup of above posts is given below: TABLE-'B-1' Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) Sr. no. Category Subcategory Backlog New Posts New posts to be advertised Total Posts reserved for women out of total Total Posts reserved for women out of total 1 General - - 5 1 5 1 2 EWS - - 1 1 1 1 3 SC SC/MB - 2 1 2 1 SC/OT - 2 - 2 - 4 BC BC - 1 1 1 1 5 XSM XSM - (Self/Dep) - 1 1 1 1 7 Sportsperson - 1 - 1 - Total - 13 5 13 5 Page 3 of 21 TABLE-'B-2' Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation) Sr. no. Category Subcategory Backlog New Posts New posts to be advertised Total Posts reserved for women out of total Total Posts reserved for women out of total 1 General - - 1 - 1 - 2 EWS - - 1 1 1 1 3 SC SC/MB - 1 - 1 - SC/OT - 1 - 1 - 4 BC BC - 1 1 1 1 5 XSM XSM (Self/Dep) - 1 1 1 1 Total - 6 3 6 3 Note: 1) The vacancies shown reserved for Women candidates in the above Tables shall be filled as per the Punjab Civil Services (Reservation for Women) Rules 2020 and clarification issued by Govt. of Punjab, Department of Social Security and Women & Child Development vide memo no. 11/05/2017-1-SS(3SS) E-283416/370 dt. 07.02.2022. As per these rules, if any vacancies reserved for woman remains unfilled due to lack of sufficient number of eligible women candidate then such vacancies shall be filled from amongst the eligible candidates other than Women in the respective category. 2) The vacancies which are not reserved for Women candidates shall be filled from amongst the eligible candidates as per merit irrespective of Gender (i.e. shall be filled from amongst men/women/others). 3) The candidates are advised to read it carefully before filling online application as category/sub-category once filled cannot be changed to any other category. Category once filled will be considered as final and no benefit of other Page 4 of 21 category/sub-category will be admissible later on. It is further informed that candidature of such candidate who applies under wrong category will be ‘Rejected’ without giving any further notice. 4) PSPCL reserves the right to increase or decrease the number of posts as indicated above or cancel the entire/partial recruitment against the saidCRA- 307/24 or make any changes in conditions of this CRA at any stage without giving any reason/notice. Further, actual position of posts under a particular category/subcategory may vary. 2. Eligibility Criteria 2.1 Basic and Professional qualification: TABLE-'C' Sr. No Name of Post Basic and Professional qualification 1 Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) 3/4 years recognized Diploma in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 50% marks. OR Matriculation with Regular ITI in any branch of Mechanical discipline with minimum 60% marks. 2 Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation) 3/4 years recognized Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering with minimum 50% marks. OR Matriculation with Regular ITI in instrumentation/Electronics/Electrical/Computer discipline with minimum 60% marks. 2.2 Knowledge/Qualification of Punjabi: Qualification/Knowledge of Punjabi is essential for all posts. For this purpose, the candidates must have passed Punjabi of at least Matriculation or its equivalent level. Note: The candidate must possess the above requisite qualifications up to last date of Submission/registration of online application. Page 5 of 21 2.3 Age Limit As per Punjab Govt. Notification G.S.R.20/Const./Art.309/Amd.(10)/2010 dated 24.05.2010, candidates should not be below 18 years and above 37 years of age as on 01/01/2024 to be eligible for these posts and relaxation in age will be as per Govt. of Punjab instructions. Relaxation in Upper Age Limit Upper age limit relaxation is as admissible under rules/instructions of PSPCL/Punjab Government adopted by PSPCL from time to time. Relaxation in upper age in different categories, subject to the condition that the candidate is meeting other eligibility criteria for the post as given below: a. SC and Backward class: 5 years over & above the normal maximum recruitment age. b. Ex-Serviceman (Self): Ex-servicemen of Punjab Domicile shall be allowed to deduct the period of his service in the Armed Forces of Union from his actual age and if the resultant age does not exceed the maximum age limit prescribed for direct appointment to such a vacancy in the concerned Service Rules by more than three years, he shall be deemed to satisfy the condition regarding age limit. c. Physically Handicapped: 10 years over and above the normal maximum recruitment age. d. In case of the following, the upper age limit shall be 40 years: i. Widow; ii. Women who are legally separated from their husbands or have been divorced; iii. Women whose husbands have been ordered by Civil or Criminal Courts to pay maintenance to them; iv. Women who have, because of their desertion, been living separately from their husbands for more than two years. v. Women whose husbands have re-married; and vi. Wives of the serving military personnel and wives of those who are disabled while in Military service. Page 6 of 21 e. For serving employees of PSPCL/PSTCL/Punjab Govt.: To the extent of service rendered in PSPCL or erstwhile PSEB/PSTCL/Punjab Govt. Note: (i) Only those candidates who fulfill the criteria of qualification, age, etc. and other requirements as mentioned in this CRA are eligible to apply against this recruitment. The candidate not meeting the above criteria will be rejected during checking of documents or at any time thereafter if found ineligible. (ii) The candidate must possess the above requisite qualifications up to last date of submission of online application & shall submit the proof in this regard at the time of document checking. Candidate who fails to do so, shall not be considered even if he/she has qualified the online test and no relaxation shall be given in this regard. (iii) Candidates who have appeared/are appearing in the relevant examination/certificate, but their result is awaited, can also apply but he/she must acquire the requisite qualifications upto the last date of submission of online application and shall produce the proof for the same. Candidate, who fails to do so even if he/she has qualified the online computer-based test, shall not be considered and no relaxation shall be given in this regard. (iv) The candidates whose result has been declared recently and the certificate is yet to be issued, then the date of declaration of result shall be considered as date of completion of his that qualification. However, candidates have to submit proof in this regard. (v) Detailed instructions, given on the PSPCL website (www.pspcl.in), may be referred at the time of filling online application. (vi) Candidates in their own interest are advised not to wait till the last date & time and should submit their application well within the stipulated time. PSPCL shall not be held responsible, if any candidate(s) are not able to submit application and fee due to last time rush or any internet issue or any other reason whatsoever. Page 7 of 21 3.0 Online application fee: - Fees Details (Non-Refundable): Sr. No. Category Applicatio n fees Applicable GST @ 18% Total A B C D E (C+D) 1 All candidates except Schedule Cast and Person with Disability category Rs.1200/- per Application 216 Rs 1416 + Bank Charges (if applicable) 2 Schedule Cast and Person with Disability Category Rs. 750/- per Application 135 Rs 885 + Bank Charges (if applicable) *GST rate shall be applicable as per GOI norms issued from time to time. • Fee will be accepted by online mode only. No other mode for depositing fee is acceptable. • Submission of application shall be considered complete only if the application fee has been deposited. Application without deposit of requisite fee shall be rejected. • The fee once paid shall neither be refunded under any circumstances nor the fee can be held in reserve for any other recruitment or selection. • If a candidate want to apply for more than one type of post mentioned in TableA, then he has to register/submit application and fees separately for each post for which he want to apply. 4.0 RESERVATION (i) The reservation of posts for reserved categories is applicable for candidates of Punjab Domicile only. (ii) All reserved category candidates are required to produce Punjab Domicile during document checking. (iii) Candidates are advised to read the category-wise breakup of posts very carefully before filling up the online application. If any candidate applies against any reserved category to which he/she belongs then he/she should possess reservation certificates in accordance with Govt. of Punjab Page 8 of 21 instructions for that category/sub-category. The candidates are advised to fill/select their category carefully & with due diligence. The category once selected by a candidate will not be changed under any circumstances and the candidature of such candidate who applies against the category to which he/she does not belong shall be rejected without giving any further notice. (iv) Reservation for women shall be applicable as per The Punjab Civil Services (Reservation for Women) Rules 2020 and clarification issued by Govt. of Punjab, Department of Social Security and Women & Child Development vide memo no. 11/05/2017-1-SS(3SS) E-283416/370 dt. 07.02.2022. (v) It is important to mention here that other than the categories shown in category-wise break up of posts in Table 'B-1 to B-2', candidates belonging to VimuktJati and Bazigars, can also apply against SC/OT/VimuktJati and Bazigars category. As per Dept. of Social Justice Empowerment and Minorities (Reservation Cell), Govt. of Punjab notification no. 01/24/2020/RC1/321 dated 15.09.2022, reservation to VimuktJati and Bazigars will be applicable as per instructions issued vide no. 1/3/98-RC1/948 dated 20.12.2001. (vi) Reservation to Ex-serviceman category candidates will be given as per Govt. of Punjab, Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms (Personnel policy branch), notification no.G.S.R 11/Const./Arts. 309, 234, and 318/82 dated 02.02.1982 and GoP Department of Defence Services Welfare (Defence welfare Branch) G.S.R 37/Const./Arts. 309, 234, and 318/Amd/11/2019 dated 14.10.2019 and amendments, if any .It should be noted that as per Punjab Recruitment of Ex-Servicemen Rules, 1982, preference shall be given to Ex-servicemen/Self and SC/BC (Exservicemen/Self) category candidate over Ex-servicemen/Dependent and SC/BC Ex-servicemen/Dependent category candidate. (Note: As per Pb. Govt. Letter No. 15/25/2001-4DW/1591 dated 21.05.2002, an Ex-serviceman is allowed the benefit of Reservation for the second time and even thereafter in subsequent recruitments in accordance with the provisions of these Rules). "Provided that where an Ex-serviceman is not available for recruitment against a reserved vacancy, such a vacancy shall be reserved to be filled in by recruitment of the wife or one dependent child of an Ex-serviceman, who has neither been recruited against a reserved vacancy under these rules; Page 9 of 21 "Provided further that the wife or the dependent child of the ex-serviceman shall be recruited against the reserved vacancy subject to the conditions that: - (i) he or she possesses the prescribed qualifications and is within the prescribed age limits; (ii) he or she is not already in service; (iii) he or she will be eligible to avail the benefit only once in life:" "Provided further that one grand Child of the Gallantry Award Winner shall be recruited against the reserved vacancy, in case the benefit or reservation has not been availed of by any of the children or dependents such winner or by the winner himself; Explanation: For the purpose of this proviso, Gallantry Award Winner includes the winner of the Paramvir Chakra, the Mahavir Chakra, the Vir Chakra, the Sena or NaoSena or VayuSena Medal and Mention-inDespatches." (vii) Reservation to Persons with disability will be given as per 'THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITY ACT 2016' and as per instructions issued vide No. 1/1/2017-3DC/1588894/1 dt 03.10.2019 by, Department of Social Security and Women and Child Development, Govt. of Punjab . According to Section 2 (r) of The Rights of Person with Disabilities Act, 2016, "Person with Benchmark disability" means a person with not less than 40% of a specified disability. Only those persons with "Benchmark disabilities" and Punjab domicile would be eligible for reservation in the Persons with Disability category. (viii) As per Govt. of Punjab letter no. 1/3/2019-RC1/120 dated 28.05.2019 and letter no. 1/3/2019-RCI/700 dated 30.10.2020, reservation has been provided to residents of Punjab belonging to (EWSs) Economically Weaker Sections (whose family income is less than Rs. 8.00 lacs per annum) who are not covered under the existing scheme of reservation for Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes. Reservation of EWS category will be governed by Govt. of Punjab notification no.1/3/2019-RC1/196 dated 18.03.2021. (ix) As per clause 6.2 of Principal Secy., Social Justice, Empowerment and Minorities (Reservation Cell), Govt. of Punjab letter no. 1/3/2019-RCI/700 dated 30.10.2020 for EWS category candidates, it is mandatory to produce ‘Income and Asset Certificate’ showing gross annual income of his/her family for financial year 2022-23. Page 10 of 21 (x) The category-wise final merit shall be prepared based on the marks secured in Computer based test only (exceptfor Sports person category candidates whose final merit shall be prepared by the O/o Director/Sports, Punjab as per Sports gradation policy no. 47/26/83-5Edu./2036 dated 10.12.1997 and Punjab Recruitment of Sportsman Rules, 1988 with applicable amendments, if any. The O/o Director Sports, Punjab is the competent authority to issue Sports Gradation Certificate and any other Sports Certificate issued by any other authority will not be accepted as valid Certificate for claim of reservation under the Sports Person, Punjab Category). The Sports Gradation certificates of Sportsperson category candidates will be sent to the O/o Director/Sports, Punjab for verification and for issue of final list of Sports persons. Further, if two or more candidates have secured same marks in Computer based test, then their relative merit shall be determined by their age where higher age candidate shall be placed at higher merit. (xi) Reservation Certificates shall be as per instructions mentioned in Table Below: Category Certificate EWS (Economically Weaker Section) Certificate as per the instructions of the concerned department of Govt, of Punjab. SC/BC (Scheduled Caste/ Backward Class) Certificate as per the instructions of the concerned department of Govt, of Punjab. XSM (Ex-servicemen/Self) Ex-servicemen Certificate submitted by Self should be duly issued by the concerned District Sainik Welfare Officer, Govt. of Punjab. XSM (Ex-servicemen/ Dependent) Lineal Descendant Certificate duly issued by the concerned District Sainik Welfare Officer, Govt. of Punjab. SP (Sports person) A relevant Sports gradation Certificate as issued by Director Sports Department, Punjab. • Candidates must produce original reservation related certificate (as per their category mentioned in online application form) at the time of document checking. Page 11 of 21 5.0 Scheme of Examination ; The Govt. of Punjab vide notification, The Punjab Civil Services (General and Common Conditions of Service) Rule, 2022, No.G.S.R.72/Const/Art.309 /Amd.(22)/2022 dated 28.10.2022 has notified as under: “Provided that no person shall be appointed to any post in Group- ‘C’ service unless he has passed a qualifying test of Punjabi language equivalent to Matriculation standard with at least fifty per cent marks, to be conducted by respective recruitment agencies in addition to competitive examination. The test of Punjabi Language shall be a mandatory qualifying test and failure to secure a minimum of fifty per cent marks in Punjabi Language will disqualify the candidate for being considered in the final merit list of candidates to be selected irrespective of their scores or marks in other papers of the respective exam.” Based on the above instructions, the recruitment Computer based online test will consist of two parts (Part-I and Part-II)for the posts of Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) and Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation)(being Group-C post) as under: Sr. No. Topic No. of questions Part-I (Qualifying test of Punjabi Language) 1 Knowledge of Punjabi Language 50 Questions Part-II 1 Questions related to the concerned course 50 Questions 2 Punjabi Language Knowledge 20 Questions 3 General Knowledge 10 Questions 4 Reasoning 10 Questions 5 General English 10 Questions • The test of Punjabi Language (Part-I) will consist of 50 objective type questions (MCQ) and shall be a mandatory qualifying test and failure to secure a minimum of 50% marks (i.e. 25 marks) in Punjabi Language test (Part-I) will disqualify the candidate for being considered in the final merit list of candidates to be selected for document checking irrespective of their scores or marks in Part-II of the online test. • All the multiple-choice questions of Part-I will carry one mark for each correct answer and there will be no negative marking. • Part-II of Online exam will be bilingual (English/Punjabi) except Punjabi language questions which will be only in Punjabi language. Thus, during online examination candidates will have the option to choose language (English/Punjabi) of examination and the Part-II question paper will consist of 100 objective type questions (MCQ). Page 12 of 21 • All the multiple-choice questions of Part-II will carry one mark for each correct answer and there will be negative marking for a wrong answer @ 0.25 (1/4th) of the marks allotted for correct answer. • The exam would be of 3 hours (180 minutes) duration. 5.1 Minimum qualifying marks in the online test other thanQualifying test of Punjabi Language : General Category candidates: 45% Reserve Category candidates: 35% a) Reserve category candidate includes Economical Weaker Section, Scheduled Caste, Backward Class, Ex-Serviceman, Freedom Fighter, Sports person & Person with Disability candidates. b) If two or more candidates secure same marks, then their relative merit shall be determined by their age where higher age candidates shall be placed at higher merit. 5.2 Normalization: Normalization means adjusting values measured on different scales to a notionally common scale. Need for Normalization in Exam Exam pertaining for a particular post/course could be spread across multiple shifts which will have different question paper for each shift. The normalization is to be done by considering the difficulty level of each set, since the questions may be different in different sets and difficulty level of a particular set may be different from other sets. Hence the normalization of scores needs to be carried out for all the candidates who had written the exam, across shifts for the same post/course. Normalization Method to be applied shall be as per Annexure– ‘A’. 6.0 ABOUT THE ONLINE TEST: - a) The information regarding the online test (admit card, date & time of exam etc.) will be made available on website www.pspcl.in from time to time. The online test is tentatively scheduled to be held at any Centre in Punjab/Chandigarh which will be intimated while sending/uploading the admit card through PSPCL website (www.pspcl.in). The test Centre will be allotted by PSPCL while sending/uploading the admit card and no change of test Centre will be permissible. The exact date, time and venue of the online test and information regarding dispatch/uploading of e-Admit Cards to the candidates, with instructions of the test will be made available prior to the date of the test by email and on website of PSPCL. Page 13 of 21 b) Firstly, the admit cards with particulars of the candidates except test center will be uploaded atleast 7 days before the date of exam. Final admit card with test center shall be made available at least 3 days before the date of exam. c) After conduct of the online test, the question paper-cum-answer key will be displayed on PSPCL's website (www.pspcl.in) and notice will be issued, wherein, if a candidate have any objection on the answers displayed on website, then he/she can file objection regarding the same as per guidelines in the notice. On the basis of objections received, the question/answer keys will be reviewed by the expert committee and final merit shall be prepared accordingly. Normalization formula, as & if applicable, will also be applied on the merit list prepared after reviewing of the objections. The decision taken by expert committee shall be final. 7.0 Merit: a) The merit list of candidates shall be prepared on the basis of marks scored in online exam (Other than Qualifying test of Punjabi Language)and only those candidates shall be considered in merit list who scores minimum qualifying marks in online exam as mentioned above. b) In case online exam is conducted in a single shift, result/final merit list shall be prepared on the basis of actual marks secured by the candidate in online examination. c) It is informed that online exam conducted for a particular post may be spread across multiple shifts which will have different question paper for each shift. As such normalization (as above) will be done in order to neutralize the effect of difference in difficulty level of each set of papers in different shifts. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks worked out after normalization in case exam is conducted in multiple shifts. Thus, raw marks may vary with normalized marks in the final merit list. d) The category-wise final merit shall be prepared based on the marks secured in Computer based test only exceptfor Sports person category candidates whose final merit shall be prepared by the O/o Director/Sports, Punjab as per Sports gradation policy no. 47/26/83-5Edu. /2036 dated 10.12.1997 and Punjab Recruitment of Sportsman Rules, 1988 with applicable amendments, if any. The O/o Director Sports, Punjab is the competent authority to issue Sports Gradation Certificate and any other Sports Certificate issued by any other authority will not be accepted as valid Certificate for claim of reservation under the Sports Person, Punjab Category). The Sports Gradation certificates of Sportsperson category candidates will be sent to the O/o Director/Sports, Punjab for verification and for issue of final list of Sports persons. e) Further, if two or more candidates have secured same marks in Computer based test, then their relative merit shall be determined by their age where higher age candidate shall be placed at higher merit. . Page 14 of 21 8.0 Document checking process: On the basis of result/merit list, candidates who qualify in online examination shall be called for document checking. Candidates must produce original documents/certificates before the document checking committee wherein their fulfillment of eligibility criteria w.r.t. to qualification, age, reservation etc. as per CRA shall be checked and the original documents shall be returned to the candidates on the same day after checking. However, the candidates must submit one photocopy of all the documents, duly self-attested, to the document checking committee. The date of document checking shall be notified through registered email IDs (as mentioned by the candidate in his/her online application form) and on PSPCL's website (www.pspcl.in) only. Thus, candidates are advised to mention their email IDs very carefully and to visit the PSPCL site frequently. Note: i) It is further clarified that mere calling of any candidate for document checking doesn't entitle him/her for selection/appointment to the said post. ii) Candidate shall be notified about the date of document checking through Registered E-mail ID (as mentioned by the candidate in his/her online application form) and on PSPCL's website (www.pspcl.in) only. In case candidate does not appear on the 1stscheduled date, then 2nd chance (final chance) would be given to such candidate and in case he/she again fails to appear for document checking even on 2nd chance (final chance), then no further chance would be given & his/her candidature shall be cancelled/forfeited without any further notice. iii) Candidate has to himself/herself appear for the process of document checking. Nobody on candidate's behalf can appear in the document checking. In case candidate himself/herself fails to appear before the document checking committee within stipulated time, then his/her candidature will be cancelled/forfeited without any further notice. 9.0 Offer of appointment/Joining: - The successful candidates qualified in the online test and have successfully completed the process of document checking relating to the various qualifications and eligibility criteria such as age, academic qualification, passing of Punjabi language & certificates in respect of reservation etc. and found eligible after checking of his/her documents, shall be considered on the selection panel. Note: i) The candidature of a candidate will be rejected without any notice if any information, certificate or document provided by the candidate is found to be wrong/fake/fictitious/forged or bogus or does not meet with the eligibility criteria(s) as mentioned in the CRA. The candidate must acquire the requisite qualification upto the last date of submission of online application and shall produce proof for the same. Candidate, who Page 15 of 21 fails to do so even if he/she has qualified the online exam shall not be considered and no relaxation shall be given in this regard. ii) The offer of appointment, for the number of posts to be filled, shall be issued by the appointing authority to the candidates brought on the selection panel. iii) Those candidates who has been issued appointment letter shall be given 21 days to join the services of PSPCL. In case, candidate does not report for joining on scheduled date, then final/last notice of 21 days will be given to such candidates. In case, any candidate fails to join PSPCL within stipulated time period, his/her appointment letter shall be cancelled automatically without any further notice. iv) Candidate has to deposit all his/her original documents at the time of joining in the office of appointing authority for getting the same verified by appointing authority. v) Validity of selection panels for above said posts will be one year from the date of approval of 1st selection panel by the competent authority. After the expiry of validity of panel, waiting list shall cease to exist and candidates in waiting list will not be considered for selection. Even if document checking process of a candidate has been completed, he/she will not be considered for selection/issuance of appointment letter after expiry of validity of panel as mere calling of any candidate for document checking doesn't entitle him/her for selection/appointment to the said post. vi) Candidates working in Government/Semi-Government or Cooperative organizations shall have to submit "No objection certificate" from their organization after resigning and before joining PSPCL. 10.0 Training: - PSPCL may depute the selected candidates to undergo training at Technical Training Institute, PSPCL, Patiala or any other institute in India. 11.0 ACTION AGAINST MISCONDUCT: 11.1 Candidates are advised in their own interest that they should not furnish any particulars that are false, tampered, fabricated, or should not suppress any material information while filling up the online application. 11.2 At any stage of recruitment, if a candidate is or has been found guilty of • Using unfair means during the examination. • Impersonating or procuring impersonation by any person. Page 16 of 21 • Misbehaving in the examination hall or taking away/destroying damaging any equipment or any other things in the examination hall. • Resorting to any irregular/unfair means in connection with his/her candidature during selection process. • Obtaining support for his/her candidature by any means. • Apart from above, any other unfair means relating to Conduct of Examination or any other relevant matter. Such candidates in addition to rendering himself/herself liable to criminal prosecution may also be liable to be: • Disqualified from the examination hall. • Debarred either permanently or for a specified period from any examination/recruitment. 11.3 Mobile-phone/Cellphone/Hand-bag/Purse/Electronics/Non-Electronics instrument/Ornaments/Goods/Articles etc. are strictly not allowed and are banned in the examination complex. 11.4 Candidates are advised to bring only Admit Card, Photo Identity Card. Frisking will be done at entry point and during the exam. PSPCL or Examination Centre will not be responsible for keeping custody of any of prohibited items & the candidate shall be solely responsible for its safe custody outside the examination complex. Candidates should, therefore, read these instructions carefully and follow them strictly. If any of the candidates is found/possessing any of the prohibited items inside the examination hall, he/she shall be straightaway debarred from examination on the spot, apart from action as per law may also be initiated against him/her. 12. 0 GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF ONLINE APPLICATION: - a)Carefully read the advertisement and the guidelines regarding online filling /submission of application form. b)Candidates will apply online through PSPCL website in English only. No other means/mode of submission of applications including manual/paper will be accepted under any circumstances. c)Candidate should have a valid personal mobile number and personal e-mail ID. These should be kept active during the entire recruitment process. Registration number after the completion of registration process will be sent on this registered mobile/email. Communication for document checking or any other communication will be sent through the registered e-mail ID and will be uploaded on PSPCL website. The candidates are, therefore, requested to check their registered e-mail and visit PSPCL website on regular basis for any communication from PSPCL. Under no circumstances, the candidate should share/mention e-mail ID password to any other person. Page 17 of 21 12.1 STEP-I: REGISTRATION FOR ONLINE APPLICATION FORM: 12.1.1 Please visit PSPCL website www.pspcl.in and click on "Recruitment" tab on website's home page and then click on – “Recruitment for the posts of Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) and Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation) in PSPCL against CRA-307/24” and then Click on the “Link for applying online recruitment of Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) and Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation)in PSPCL against CRA-307/24” and follow the instructions there. 12.1.2 Select CRA then Click on 'NEW REGISTRATION' (for first time registration) or 'REGISTERED CANDIDATE' (if already registered). 12.1.3 New Registration Part-1:Enter Post Applied and other details like Name Date of Birth (DOB), Father’s Name, Mobile No. Email id etc.. 12.1.4New Registration Part-2: Verify the OTP received on registered e-mail ID and mobile number. 12.1.4 After successful verification, fill all the details, on the next screen, required in the online application form (including Photo and sign). 12.1.5 Save Draft" is for partial saving of information entered. A candidate can edit or view his/her information any time. "Save and Preview" will save the complete information and will show the preview of completely filled form to the candidate for confirmation. Here the candidate can “Submit” or go back to edit any information. If a candidate clicks "SUBMIT" button on confirmation screen, he/she will not be able to edit his/her information anymore. 12.1.6 Before submission of his/her Step-I details, by clicking check boxes, accept the Terms and Conditions and Self-declaration. 12.1.7 Candidates who have appeared in the examination of requisite qualification but result is awaited should write 'RESULT AWAITED' in the column: 'Year of Passing'. However, the candidate should possess the requisite qualification upto the last date of registration/submission of online application as detailed in the CRA. 12.1.8 On completion of Step-I, a message will be sent to candidate’s registered mobile/email conveying his/her completion of online application. 12.1.9 Instructions regarding scanning of Photograph of applicant and Signature of applicant: Candidates should upload the scanned (digital) image of their photograph and signature in JPG/JPEG format, as per the process given below: a) Photograph: • Dimensions should be 150 x 200 pixels (preferred). Page 18 of 21 • Size of file should be between 20kb-50kb and should not be more than 50 kb. Photograph must be a recent passport size colored picture. b) Signature: • Dimensions should be 140x60 pixels (preferred). • Size of file should be between 10kb-20kb and should not be more than 20 kb. • The applicant has to sign on white paper with Black ink pen only. • The signatures must be signed by the applicant herself/himself only and not by any other person. 12.2 STEP-II: DEPOSITING ONLINE APPLICATION FEE (NON REFUNDABLE) After successful submission of online application, the candidate shall be directed to fee payment link, where the candidate should deposit the requisite application/processing fee and bank charges (if applicable). If candidate has not submitted the fee at the time of application submission the candidate can pay the fees as under: 12.2.1 Please visit PSPCL website www.pspcl.in and go to "Recruitment for the posts of Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) and Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation)in PSPCL against CRA-307/24” and then Click on the “Link for applying online recruitment of Technician Grade-II (Mechanical) and Technician Grade-II (Instrumentation) in PSPCL against CRA-307/24”. 12.2.2 After Login, Click on "Pay Fee" button, which will be redirected to Payment Page of SBI Payment Gateway. 12.2.3 Select the On-line payment option i.e. Internet Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card. Kindly make the online payment via credit or debit card or Internet Banking and retain the transaction number for future reference. 12.2.4 After successful completion, the candidate should take printout of Payment Receipt (Subject to Realization). 12.3 STEP III: PRINT APPLICATION FORM: 12.3.1 After successful deposit of online application fee, login again after clicking on REGISTERED CANDIDATE. 12.3.2 Check Fee Status: • If fee status is not paid, then payment is still not updated, • If fee status is paid, then payment is updated. 12.3.3 Click on PRINT APPLICATION FORM. It should be noted that no e-mail will be sent to the registered candidates containing final application form. It is suggested that candidates should download and retain the application form carefully for future reference. Page 19 of 21 12.3.4 On successful registration of online application candidates are advised not to attempt for registration for the same post again since multiple registration numbers may create problem for candidates in future. *For any queries/issues faced in applying online the candidates may write an email to the Helpdesk at helpdesk-recruitment@pspcl.in 13.0 OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS: - a. On successful registration of online application, candidates are advised not to attempt for re-registration for the same post since multiple registration number and password may create problem for candidates in future. The applicants who submit multiple applications for the same post should note that only the latest application (i.e. application with Highest/Latest Application Number) shall be entertained by the PSPCL and also note that the fees paid against one Application Number shall not be adjusted against any other Application Number. b. Admit card for online test, containing the details of the Centre/venue for the examination etc. will be sent to the candidates at their registered e-mail ID. The candidates are required to take a printout of their admit card. Candidate can also download their admit card from the PSPCL website using their registration number and the password. Candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall without valid admit card. c. Candidates in their own interest are advised, not to wait till the last date & time and register their application well within the time. PSPCL shall not be held responsible, if the candidates are not able to submit their application due to last time rush. d. PSPCL does not assume any responsibility for the candidates not being able to submit their applications within the last date on account of the aforesaid reasons or for any other reason whatsoever. e. Candidates are also advised to keep copy of application form, payment slip and e-admit card with them for reference and record. f. Please note that the above procedure is the only valid procedure for applying. No other mode of application shall be accepted. g. Candidates serving in Govt./Quasi Govt. offices, public sector undertakings are required to submit "No objection Certificate" from their employer at the time of Joining, failing which their candidature may not be considered. h. Candidate should note that his/her candidature is purely “PROVISIONAL” subject to fulfillment of eligibility after document checking. Mere issue of admit card/passing of online examination will not imply that his/her candidature has been finally cleared by the PSPCL. Page 20 of 21 Before submitting the application, the candidate must ensure that he/she fulfills all the eligibility criteria as laid down in this advertisement or amendments, if any, issued subsequently. i. Candidates should only submit their application online and they are not required to send hard copy of online application form or any certificate to PSPCL separately. j. The decision of the PSPCL about the mode of selection to the post and eligibility conditions shall be final and binding. No correspondence will be entertained in this regard. k. No TA/DA will be paid for the journeys performed for the online test/document checking/counseling etc. l. Candidates are requested to mention their sub-category viz-a-viz Caste in online application form. m. All information including qualifications, category, age etc. declared by the candidate in their application is presumed to be correct subject to its checking conducted by documenting checking committee later-on in respect of those eligible candidates who may be called for document checking before their appointment for joining PSPCL. There is no mechanism to verify the information/data during the online application. If, at any stage (during document checking before issue of appointment letter or even after his/her joining the PSPCL), any information of the candidate is found to be wrong forged/fictitious/bogus, the candidature of such candidate will be cancelled ab initio and action will be taken against him/her according to law. n. Only those Government employees, if selected shall be eligible to be issued appointment letters who are certified by the Head of the Department as not having any pending disciplinary proceedings or undergoing punishment under Punjab Civil Services (Punishment & Appeal) Rules-1970, or any other applicable rules, as the case may be, not undergoing any trial/prosecution or any other material disqualification in terms of integrity and professional misconduct and necessary NOC should be obtained from the Head of the Department. o. The selected candidates will be governed by PSPCL Rules & Regulations amended from time to time. p. In case the candidate fails to deposit the requisite fee, his/her application shall stand automatically cancelled/rejected and shall not be considered for further processing. q. For any clarifications regarding the online filling of the form, the candidate can contact through email: helpdesk-recruitment@pspcl.in Page 1 of 10 Normalisation Formula Procedure to be adopted for compilation of NORMALIZED SCORES/MARKS for multi- Shift/Session Exams (Normalization procedure based on Percentile and Equi percentile method) Need for Normalisation For some posts, the exam may be conducted in different shifts. Since the question paper for any subject in different shifts are different and it is quite possible that despite all best possible efforts of maintaining equivalence among various question papers, the difficulty level of these question papers administered in different shifts may not be the same or similar. Some of the candidates might have end up attempting a relatively tougher set of questions when compared to other sets. The candidates who attempted the comparatively tougher examination are likely to get lower marks as compared to those who attempted the easier one; the scores/marks of the candidates across shifts are not directly comparable. There is a need for normalizing the marks across shifts to make them amenable to such comparisons. For each post for which the examination is held in multiple shifts, the raw score for each candidate appearing in the exam will be converted into Normalized Score in the following three steps:- Step1: Convert Raw Scores into Percentile Scores. The percentiles are calculated separately for each shift. 1. Record the number of candidates who have appeared in a shift. Denote this number by N. 2. Sort all the candidates in one shift in decreasing order of their marks. 3. Note the raw marks for each candidate. Suppose this is denoted by T. Count the number of candidates in that shift whose raw scores are less than or equal to T. Denote this number by m. 4. The percentile score for this candidate is then calculated as: P = 𝑚 ∗ 100 𝑁 Illustration: Suppose that the examination in a certain subject is held in two different shifts, S1 and S2, say. Consider six candidates A, B, C, D, E and F out of which A, B, C are from shift S1 and the other three are from shift S2. ANNEXURE- 'A' Page 2 of 10 Let the raw marks of the six candidates be 𝐴, 𝑥𝐵, 𝑥𝐶 (shift S1 marks) and 𝑦𝐷, 𝑦, 𝑦𝐹 (shift S2 marks). For candidates A, B, C, the percentiles are calculated using the total marks obtained by candidates appearing in shift S1 (in the same post exam) as explained above. Similarly, for candidates D, E, F, the percentiles are calculated using the total marks obtained by candidates appearing in shift S2 (in the same post exam) as explained above. Let the respective percentiles be denoted by PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF. The above data is summarised in the following table. The terms in red colour or Bold letters indicate that these are the output of this step. Shift S1 Shift S2 Candidate Raw score Percentile Candidate Raw score Percentile A PA D PD B PB E PE C PC F PF Since the calculation for percentiles in any shift depends only on the data from that shift alone, there is a separate table for each shift. Step2: Pull-back of the percentiles to the marks scale for each session to get Normalised Score.  The data across all sessions tabulated at the end of step 1 is collated into a single table.  The columns for the shift-wise raw score are kept separate.  All the records are then sorted in decreasing order of the percentiles. Illustration (Continued): In the illustrative example given above, suppose that the percentiles of the six candidates satisfy PE>PA>PC=PF>PB>PD Then the collated table would look as given below: Candidate Percentile RawscoreS1 RawScoreS2 E PE – A PA – C&F PC=PF B PB – D PD – Candidate C from shift S1 and candidate F from shift S2 have the same percentile. The relevant entries under “Raw Score S1” and “Raw Score S2” are the actual raw scores 𝑥𝐶 and 𝑦F respectively. This has the obvious interpretation that marks 𝑥𝐶 of shift S1 are equivalent to marks 𝑦𝐹 of shift S2. Page 3 of 10 Candidates A and B, appearing in shift S1, have a blank entry in column “Raw Score S2”, as there is no corresponding candidate having exactly the same percentile from shift S2. Similarly, Candidates D and E, appearing in shift S2, have a blank entry in column “Raw Score S1”, as there is no corresponding candidate having exactly the same percentile from shift S1.  In the remaining part of this Step 2, the blank entries in the two “Raw Score” columns are filled up using linear interpolation.  Consider a record (row) whose entry in the column “Raw Score S1” is blank. The blank will be replaced by the interpolated score X which is calculated as: Where: 𝑋 = 𝑥1 + 𝑥2 − 𝑥1 𝑝2 − 𝑝1 (𝑃 − 𝑝1) - P is the corresponding entry in “Percentile” column - x1 is the first non-blank entry BELOW X. i.e., x1 X and there is no other non-blank entry in the column between x2 and X. - p1 is the entry in the “Percentile” column corresponding to x1 from the column “Raw Score S1”. - p2 is the entry in the “Percentile” column corresponding to x2 from the column “Raw Score S1”. Note that there may be several blank entries between x1 and x2.  All the blank entries in column “Raw Score S1” can now be replaced by the interpolated values.  The blank entries in column “Raw Score S2” are also replaced using a similar procedure. Illustration (Continued): The table in the illustrative example would look like the following, where the entries in red/bold indicate the addition output at the end of this step. Candidate Percentile Raw Score S1 Raw Score S2 E PE XE 𝑦𝐸 A PA YA C&F PC=PF 𝑦𝐹 B PB YB D PD XD 𝑦𝐷 Page 4 of 10 Step3: Calculation of the Normalised Score Now for each exam there is a score assigned to each percentile value for each shift. The Normalised score, Z, corresponding to a percentile value P, is calculated as: Z= Average of (𝑢 , 𝑢B , 𝑢C , … … … 𝑢t) = 𝑢𝐴 + 𝑢B + 𝑢C +… … … + 𝑢t t Where 𝑢 , 𝑢B , 𝑢C , … … … 𝑢t denote the raw scores corresponding to the percentile P in each of different shifts Illustration (Continued): The final table in the illustrative example would be as follows: Candidate Percentile Raw ScoreS1 Raw ScoreS2 Normalized Score E PE XE 𝑦𝐸 (XE + 𝑦𝐸)/2 A PA YA (𝑥𝐴 +YA)/2 C&F PC=PF 𝑦𝐹 (𝑥𝐶 + 𝑦𝐹)/2 B PB YB (𝑥𝐵 +YB)/2 D PD XD 𝑦𝐷 (XD + 𝑦𝐷)/2 Step- by- Step Procedure for Converting from Raw Score to Normalized Score: - Example: Suppose a test was held in 4 phases of examinees as per details given below: - (Allocation of Days and shifts were done randomly) Session Day Shift No of Candidates Raw Score Absent Appeared Total Highest Lowest Session-1 Day-1 Shift-1 3974 28012 31986 200 -40 Session-2 Day-1 Shift-2 6189 32541 38730 194 -36 Session-3 Day-2 Shift-1 6036 41326 47362 188 -36 Session-4 Day-2 Shift-2 9074 40603 49677 200 -40 Total (Session-1 to Session-4) 25273 142482 167755 200 -40 Page 5 of 10 i. Highest Raw Score and Percentile Score: - Session Total Candidates Appeared Highest Raw Score Candidates who scored EQUAL OR LESS THAN Highest Raw Score Percentile Score Remarks 100.0000000 i.e., All the highest raw scores would be normalized to 100 Percentile Score for their respective session. Session-1 28012 200 28012 [(28012/28012) *100] 100.0000000 Session-2 32541 194 32541 [(32541/32541) *100] 100.0000000 Session-3 41326 188 41326 [(41326/41326) *100] 100.0000000 Session-4 40603 200 40603 [(40603/40603) *100] ii. Lowest Score and Percentile Score: - Session Total Candidates Appeared Lowest Raw Score Candidates who scored EQUAL OR LESS THAN Highest Raw Score Percentile Score Remarks 0.0035699 i.e., Percentile Score of all the lowest raw scores are different i.e., Percentile Score depend on the total number of candidates who have taken the examination for their respective session. [(1/28012) Session-1 28012 -40 1 *100] 0.0030730 [(1/32541) Session-2 32541 -36 1 *100] 0.0024198 [(1/41326) Session-3 41326 -36 1 *100] 0.0024629 [(1/40603) Session-4 40603 -40 1 *100] Step1: Convert Raw Score into Percentile Score The percentile score for this candidate is then calculated as: 𝑁𝑜. 𝑜𝑓 𝐶𝑎𝑛𝑑𝑖𝑑𝑎𝑡𝑒𝑠 𝑎𝑝𝑝𝑒𝑎𝑟𝑒𝑑 𝑓𝑟𝑜𝑚 𝑡ℎ𝑒 𝑠𝑒𝑠𝑠𝑖𝑜𝑛 𝑃𝑒𝑟𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡𝑖𝑙𝑒 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 = 100 x 𝑤𝑖𝑡ℎ 𝑟𝑎𝑤 𝑠𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 𝐸𝑄𝑈𝐴𝐿 𝑇𝑂 𝑂𝑅 𝐿𝐸𝑆𝑆 𝑡ℎ𝑎𝑛 𝑇 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 Total No. of Candidates appeared in the session Page 6 of 10 Candidate Raw Score S1 Percentile Score A20020720 200 100 A20411664 192 99.969144 A20018569 190 99.831255 A20339879 184 99.732901 A20074407 180 99.432054 A20751862 88 88.654575 A20922992 48 74.137715 A21004667 40 69.290405 A21141123 22 52.135343 A25465232 8 30.675846 A26545946 6 27.584445 A25656543 2 24.886459 A26625216 1 22.351432 A26174451 0 19.997686 A25463225 -1 15.23523 A26598636 -6 11.104361 A26596462 -40 0.053034 Candidate Raw Score S2 Percentile Score B20123935 194 100 B20012622 192 99.9990405 B20656224 100 96.9671093 B20410215 42 69.2904047 B20236444 26 67.7672549 B20128586 14 46.3751151 B20001667 4 27.0887703 B20042147 2 23.9100399 B20051256 0 12.225608 B20481968 -2 11.6211621 B20091701 -12 10.4982563 B20549576 -14 10.3947421 B20098269 -30 10.2430506 B20071356 -36 0.053034 Candidate Raw Score S3 Percentile Score C20150694 188 100 C20087997 186 99.969144 C20121991 184 99.831255 C20058572 180 99.732901 C20060310 172 99.432054 C20008597 56 78.338974 C20430859 36 69.00182 C20518247 20 52.135343 C20045510 14 38.091932 C20860609 9 30.675846 C20861476 5 27.584445 C20512680 3 24.886459 C20069270 2 22.351432 C20355550 0 12.188701 C20549576 -3 11.23523 C26598636 -22 0.0539983 C26596462 -36 0.053034 Candidate Raw Score S4 Percentile Score D20479616 200 100 D20040337 194 99.9990405 D20467385 98 88.6545749 D20398094 44 68.9660903 D20428934 40 49.5097099 D20032939 32 46.3751151 D20690279 30 27.0887703 D20840699 28 23.9100399 D20084751 26 20.8800276 D21237483 24 12.1887008 D21077463 1 11.5349248 D20348188 -2 11.0243302 D25463225 -40 0.053034 Page 7 of 10 Step2: Pull Back of the percentiles to the marks scale for each session to get Normalized marks. Candidate Percentile Score Raw Score S1 Raw Score S2 Raw Score S3 Raw Score S4 A20020720=B20123935=C20150694=D20479616 100 200 194 188 200 B20012622=D20040337 99.99904053 - 192 - 194 A20411664=C20087997 99.9691438 192 - 186 - A20018569=C20121991 99.8312554 190 - 184 - A20339879=C20058572 99.7329013 184 - 180 - A20074407=C20060310 99.4320538 180 - 172 - B20656224 96.9671093 - 100 - - A20751862=D20467385 88.6545749 88 - - 98 C20008597 78.3389742 - - 56 - A20922992 74.1377149 48 - - - A21004667=B20410215 69.2904047 40 42 - C20430859 69.0018201 - - 36 - D20398094 68.9660903 - - - 44 B20236444 67.7672549 - 26 - - A21141123=C20518247 52.1353428 22 - 20 - D20428934 49.50970986 - - - 40 B20128586=D20032939 46.37511514 - 14 - 32 C20045510 38.0919321 - - 14 - A25465232=C20860609 30.6758464 8 - 9 - A26545946=C20861476 27.5844446 6 - 5 - B20001667=D20690279 27.08877034 - 4 - 30 A25656543=C20512680 24.886459 2 - 3 - B20042147=D20840699 23.91003991 - 2 - 28 A26625216=C20069270 22.3514324 1 - 2 - D20084751 20.88002763 - - - 26 A26174451 19.9976858 0 - - - A25463225 15.23523 -1 - - - B20051256 12.225608 - 0 - - C20355550=D21237483 12.1887008 - - 0 24 B20481968 11.62116211 - -2 - - D21077463 11.53492478 - - - 1 C20549576 11.23523 - - -3 - A26598636 11.1043613 -6 - - - D20348188 11.0243302 - - - -2 B20091701 10.49825625 - -12 - - B20549576 10.39474209 - -14 - - B20098269 10.2430506 - -30 - - C26598636 0.0539983 - - -22 - A26596462=B20071356=C26596462=D25463225 0.053034 -40 -36 -36 -40 Page 8 of 10 In the remaining part of this Step2, the blank entries in the Raw Score Columns are filled up using following linear interpolation Formulae: 𝑥2 −𝑥1 𝑋 = 𝑥1 + 𝑝 −𝑝1 (𝑃 −𝑝1) Candidate Percentile Score Raw Score S1 Raw Score S2 Raw Score S3 Raw Score S4 A20020720=B20123935=C20150694=D20479616 100 200 194 188 200 B20012622=D20040337 99.9990405 199.7512409 192 187.93781 194 A20411664=C20087997 99.9691438 192 171.96504 186 171.96504 A20018569=C20121991 99.8312554 190 167.63275 184 167.63275 A20339879=C20058572 99.7329013 184 164.54257 180 164.54257 A20074407=C20060310 99.4320538 180 155.09028 172 155.09028 B20656224 96.9671093 158.958447 100 158.4442 101.91063 A20751862=D20467385 88.6545749 88 82.580043 112.72997 98 C20008597 78.3389742 56.7810489 60.96241 56 69.707196 A20922992 74.1377149 48 52.158146 47.207694 58.184318 A21004667=B20410215 69.2904047 40 42 36.629757 44.889504 C20430859 69.0018201 39.6972017 38.968549 36 44.097997 D20398094 68.9660903 39.6597121 38.593224 35.966106 44 B20236444 67.7672549 38.4018305 26 34.828858 43.753534 A21141123=C20518247 52.1353428 22 17.231221 20 40.539799 D20428934 49.5097099 20.1081761 15.758363 18.878207 40 B20128586=D20032939 46.3751151 17.8496346 14 17.538962 32 C20045510 38.0919321 11.8814266 9.7051566 14 31.141031 A25465232=C20860609 30.6758464 8 5.8599046 9 30.371981 A26545946=C20861476 27.5844446 6 4.2570079 5 30.051402 B20001667=D20690279 27.0887703 5.2651195 4 4.6325597 30 A25656543=C20512680 24.886459 2 2.6143453 3 28.614345 B20042147=D20840699 23.9100399 1.6148289 2 2.6148289 28 A26625216=C20069270 22.3514324 1 1.7332164 2 26.97122 D20084751 20.8800276 0.374867 1.4813591 1.7104312 26 A26174451 19.9976858 0 1.3303305 1.5367886 25.79696 A25463225 15.23523 -1 0.5151508 0.5995493 24.70105 B20051256 12.225608 -4.6428439 0 0.0072632 24.008493 C20355550=D21237483 12.1887008 -4.6875164 -0.122119 0 24 B20481968 11.6211621 -5.3744647 -2 -1.785703 4.0338503 D21077463 11.5349248 -5.4788463 -2.767984 -2.057041 1 C20549576 11.23523 -5.8415966 -5.436905 -3 -0.760858 A26598636 11.1043613 -6 -6.602352 -3.222382 -1.529777 D20348188 11.0243302 -6.24622 -7.315066 -3.358377 -2 B20091701 10.4982563 -7.8647146 -12 -4.252322 -3.822101 B20549576 10.3947421 -8.1831815 -14 -4.428221 -4.180631 B20098269 10.2430506 -8.6498685 -30 -4.685987 -4.706027 C26598636 0.0539983 -39.9970333 -35.99943 -22 -39.99666 A26596462=B20071356=C26596462=D25463225 0.053034 -40 -36 -36 -40 2 Page 9 of 10 Step3: Calculation of Normalized Score: Z= Average of (𝑢, 𝑢B , 𝑢C , … … … 𝑢t) = 𝑢𝐴 + 𝑢B + 𝑢C +… … … + 𝑢t t Candidate Percentile Score Raw Score S1 Raw Score S2 Raw Score S3 Raw Score S4 Normalised Marks A20020720=B20123935=C20150694=D20479616 100 200 194 188 200 195.5 B20012622=D20040337 99.999041 199.7512409 192 187.9378 194 193.4223 A20411664=C20087997 99.969144 192 171.965 186 171.965 180.4825 A20018569=C20121991 99.831255 190 167.6327 184 167.6327 177.3164 A20339879=C20058572 99.732901 184 164.5426 180 164.5426 173.2713 A20074407=C20060310 99.432054 180 155.0903 172 155.0903 165.5451 B20656224 96.967109 158.958447 100 158.4442 101.9106 129.8283 A20751862=D20467385 88.654575 88 82.58004 112.73 98 95.3275 C20008597 78.338974 56.7810489 60.96241 56 69.7072 60.86266 A20922992 74.137715 48 52.15815 47.20769 58.18432 51.38754 A21004667=B20410215 69.290405 40 42 36.62976 44.8895 40.87982 C20430859 69.00182 39.6972017 38.96855 36 44.098 39.69094 D20398094 68.96609 39.6597121 38.59322 35.96611 44 39.55476 B20236444 67.767255 38.4018305 26 34.82886 43.75353 35.74606 A21141123=C20518247 52.135343 22 17.23122 20 40.5398 24.94276 D20428934 49.50971 20.1081761 15.75836 18.87821 40 23.68619 B20128586=D20032939 46.375115 17.8496346 14 17.53896 32 20.34715 C20045510 38.091932 11.8814266 9.705157 14 31.14103 16.6819 A25465232=C20860609 30.675846 8 5.859905 9 30.37198 13.30797 A26545946=C20861476 27.584445 6 4.257008 5 30.0514 11.3271 B20001667=D20690279 27.08877 5.2651195 4 4.63256 30 10.97442 A25656543=C20512680 24.886459 2 2.614345 3 28.61435 9.057173 B20042147=D20840699 23.91004 1.6148289 2 2.614829 28 8.557414 A26625216=C20069270 22.351432 1 1.733216 2 26.97122 7.926109 D20084751 20.880028 0.374867 1.481359 1.710431 26 7.391664 A26174451 19.997686 0 1.330331 1.536789 25.79696 7.16602 A25463225 15.23523 -1 0.515151 0.599549 24.70105 6.203938 B20051256 12.225608 -4.6428439 0 0.007263 24.00849 4.843228 C20355550=D21237483 12.188701 -4.6875164 -0.12212 0 24 4.797591 B20481968 11.621162 -5.3744647 -2 -1.7857 4.03385 -1.28158 D21077463 11.534925 -5.4788463 -2.76798 -2.05704 1 -2.32597 C20549576 11.23523 -5.8415966 -5.43691 -3 -0.76086 -3.75984 A26598636 11.104361 -6 -6.60235 -3.22238 -1.52978 -4.33863 D20348188 11.02433 -6.24622 -7.31507 -3.35838 -2 -4.72992 B20091701 10.498256 -7.8647146 -12 -4.25232 -3.8221 -6.98478 B20549576 10.394742 -8.1831815 -14 -4.42822 -4.18063 -7.69801 B20098269 10.243051 -8.6498685 -30 -4.68599 -4.70603 -12.0105 C26598636 0.0539983 -39.9970333 -35.9994 -22 -39.9967 -34.4983 A26596462=B20071356=C26596462=D25463225 0.053034 -40 -36 -36 -40 -38 Page 10 of 10 The above method is based on the work: “Normalization of marks in multi-session examinations”, Abhay G. Bhatt et al, CURRENT SCIENCE, Vol. 118, No. 1, 10 January 2020

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