Lower Division Clerk
A Lower Division Clerk (often abbreviated LDC or LD Clerk) is a clerk who works in offices under the Government of India. LDC recruitment are conducted by the various government bodies under various states.
Based on the results of the OMR exam, a district wise shortlist is published. Candidates appearing in shortlist have to appear for document verification at district PSC office. During verification, candidates are asked for willingness for posting as Aameen and Archives dept. After the verification, district wise ranklist is published. There is a main list and supplementary lists based on community and physical handicap.
Advice against vacancies are given based on the rank list.
Retirement age and supernumerary posts
Earlier the age of retirement of all government employees was unified as the last day of the financial year in which they attain the age of 55 years. As a result, a large number of posts fall vacant on the same day causing difficulties in smooth functioning of the government. As per the amendment published on 26 March 2012, retirement will take place on the afternoon of the last day of the month in which he/she attains the age of 56 years. However teaching staff will continue in service till last day of the month in which academic year ends. If the day on which the teaching staff attains age of 56 years falls within one month of reopening of the academic year, they shall cease to be on duty with effect from the date of such reopening and shall be granted leave to the last day of the month.
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